• Why China And Taiwan Hate Each Other

    China & Hong Kong: http://testu.be/1rMbVRb China & Tibet: http://testu.be/1IwXk3N Subscribe! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml Since 1949, both Taiwan's government and Mainland China's government,...

    published: 04 May 2015
  • 2018 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

    published: 28 Jan 2018
  • 20180125 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

    published: 24 Jan 2018
  • Christmas at the New Taipei City Government Plaza, Taiwan

    published: 24 Dec 2016
  • 20180128 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Speech 台灣民政府台北州演講

    20180128 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Speech 台灣民政府台北州演講

    published: 08 Feb 2018
  • 2018 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

    published: 11 Feb 2018
  • 20180204 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Training Class & Meeting & Dinner 台灣民政府台北州導讀課程&州務會議&餐會

    20180204 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Training Class & Meeting & Dinner 台灣民政府台北州台灣最終地位導讀&州務會議&餐會

    published: 09 Feb 2018
  • 〔柯文哲〕解決內湖塞車新發想 Taipei City Government proposes measures to alleviate Neihu congestion—宏觀英語新聞

    Taipei's Neihu District has major traffic congestion problems during rush hour. Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je thinks removing the seats from metro trains on the Wenhu Line will help the problem. He says that would enable more commuters to squeeze in the trains and encourage them to use public transport. The metro is increasing the frequency of trains, and the city's transportation department is working on plans to ease the rush hour traffic. 台北市內湖地區,每到上下班尖峰時段,交通總是壅塞。為了解決這個問題,台北市長柯文哲提出新發想,不排除要拆掉捷運文湖線的列車座椅,來容納更多乘客,藉此鼓勵多利用大眾運輸。柯文哲表示,現階段北捷已經開始會實施縮短班距,而交通局也會在2月提出具體規劃報告。 *More Information 更多資訊請至 宏觀電視官網:http://www.pts.org.tw/macroview/ 臉書粉絲專頁:https://www.facebook.com/taiwanmactv 訂閱節目 Subscribe:https://www.youtube.com/user/macroview

    published: 22 Jan 2016
  • 2018 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

    published: 11 Feb 2018
  • Taipei City Government officials take Universiade Contestants Sightseeing

    On the last day before the opening of the Universiade, Taipei City Government officials took some of the athletes sightseeing. Not to be outdone, the New Taipei City Government gathered together souvenir vendors on the street opposite the athletes'' village in Linkou catering to the atheletes. A player from the Polish fencing team made a grand fencing posture in the square in front of Taipei 101. In the short space of time they had left before the start of the Universiade, contestants went sight-seeing on the streets of Taipei with Taipei City Government officials. The first stop was Taipei’s landmark skyscraper. They stood on the Taipei 101 viewing platform and the first thing they did was take selfies on their smart phones. Contestants then took photos of the aerial view of Taipei that w...

    published: 21 Aug 2017
  • KONSER LEBARAN 2017, BERSAMA TAIPEI CITY GOVERNMENT

    GFTV merupakan Internet TV yang dirancang khusus untuk orang Indonesia di Taiwan. GFTV mempunyai fungsi sebagai penambah wawasan, penyedia informasi atau berita dan beberapa hiburan kepada masyarakat Indonesia di Taiwan. GFTV dapat ditonton dan didownload gratis dengan menggunakan Android. Cara mendownload aplikasi GFTV : Buka Playstore, ketik GFTV, download Anda juga bisa menonton siaran GFTV dari youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUYeROkR5Fs Dengan menggunakan aplikasi ini anda sudah bisa menikmati siaran berbahasa Indonesia di Taiwan... Tonton siaran kami melalui program-program yang menarik. Line ID: @sqe2904w

    published: 29 Jun 2017
  • Government clamps down on Chinese ad in Taipei

    Beijing’s state-run China Central Television has been forced to remove an outdoor ad in Taipei after airing it without receiving prior approval. The ad rankled Taipei pedestrians, who particularly took issue with the name of the program being advertised: “Trust in China.” China has been engaging in what some see as “United Front” tactics in Taiwan. The latest move was a big screen ad on a busy street corner in Taipei for a new CCTV program. Its closing frame highlighting the program’s name – “Trust in China” – was not appreciated by passers-by. Any Chinese program or ad broadcast in Taiwan must first be approved by the Ministry of Culture, and in this case, the ad violated the law. Chiu Chui-chengMainland Affairs Council Spokesman The new program has yet to be approved, so related ads...

    published: 05 Jan 2018
  • 20180114 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

    published: 14 Jan 2018
  • New 3D Building Technology From the Taipei City Government

    User experience demo of a new 3D building technique from the Urban Planning Department at the Taipei City Government.

    published: 18 Apr 2013
  • 20180117 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

    published: 17 Jan 2018
  • 20180125 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Shin-Tai County Legal Advocacy 台灣民政府台北州新泰郡快樂法理宣傳

    20180125 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Shin-Tai County Legal Advocacy 台灣民政府台北州新泰郡快樂法理宣傳

    published: 30 Jan 2018
  • 20180128 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Training Class & Meeting & Dinner 台灣民政府台北州州務會議活動全紀錄

    20180128 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Training Class & Meeting & Dinner 台灣民政府台北州州務會議活動全紀錄

    published: 04 Feb 2018
  • 台北市巧遇高官車隊 Government Official's Motorcade In Taipei

    The motorcade of a high ranking government official (consisting of 2 BMW Bikes and 5 Audi A8s) drives along FuXing South Road in Taipei City. 某位高階官員的車隊(包含2台BMW機車與5台奧迪A8)行駛於台北市的復興南路

    published: 03 Sep 2016
  • Taipei City government moves opening and closing Universiade ceremonies out of Taipei Dome

    The opening and closing ceremonies for the 2017 Universiade have been moved from Taipei Dome to Taipei Municipal Track and Field Stadium. Mayor Ko Wen-je criticized the work schedule on Taipei Dome as being unreliable and not leaving enough time for interior furnishings and decoration. The contractor, Farglory Land Development, said it regretted the city’s decision. Concerns about the completion of Taipei Dome over the next two years led the Taipei City government to resort to a backup plan which involves moving both the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2017 Universiade to a nearby track and field stadium. Ko Wen-je (June 22) Taipei MayorTaipei Municipal Track and Field Stadium already held the Deaflympics, and many of its facilities have been upgraded over the past few years. As fo...

    published: 24 Jun 2015
  • 20180121 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

    published: 21 Jan 2018
  • Taipei Mayor criticizes FSC for red tape and urges government to adopt role of service

    Both President Tsai and Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je were at the 2017 World Congress on Information Technology today. While the president spoke about her desire for Taiwan to become a global digital leader, Ko criticized Taiwan''s legal culture for holding back the digital revolution. He singled out the Financial Supervisory Commission for its failure to deliver the EasyCard mobile payment system. He criticized the government more broadly and called for a more service-oriented attitude. Tsai Ing-wenPresidentI believe that Taiwan will gradually put down the burden of the previous industrial era, and become a country known for its digital economy. Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je followed President Tsai’s remarks with unveiled criticism of the Financial Supervisory Commission.Ko Wen-jeTaipei MayorOld women ...

    published: 12 Sep 2017
  • Taipei City Government to auction off objects from Universiade athletes’ village

    It’s been more than four months since the end of the Universiade, but for Taipei City government, the work has not stopped. One task is clearing out the athletes’ village so it can be made into social housing, and thousands of objects placed in the village, and used by athletes for just three weeks, are now going up for auction, including beds, mattresses, hairdryers, and clothes racks. After the curtain fell on the Universiade and the athletes headed back to their countries, the athletes’ village in Linkou fell quiet. Now after four months of sorting, there are still 20,000 unused items left in the village. This summer the buildings will be given over to the central government, and Taipei’s authorities have decided to auction off the barely used objects that have been sitting around.Wu An...

    published: 04 Jan 2018
  • New Taipei City Government Vs Obike

    The New Taipei City Government has gained the upperhand in the ongoing battle between it and the bike-sharing operator oBike. The Singapore-based company has finally agreed to pay the city government fines of more than NT$1.2 million Taiwan dollars for illegally parked bikes and to collect its towed oBikes, which now number 4,600.The scene of Obiike’s bicycles parked in spots reserved for cars and motorcycles on the main streets and narrow alleys of New Taipei City may soon be a thing of the past. Wu Kuo-chiNew Taipei City Department of TransportationThe operator must first determine that it has enough space for bikes to park in and also perform self-inspections and management. Once this has been done to a certain degree, we will then consider agreeing to them releasing vehicles on our roa...

    published: 23 Jul 2017
  • University professors call upon government to address Taipei Air Raid casualties

    Today is the 70th anniversary of the Taipei Air Raid which was carried out by US bombers against Japanese colonial forces at the end of World War II. At a press conference today, the Taiwan Association of University Professors called upon the government to address this tragic incident which killed more than 3,000 people.On May 31st, 70 years ago, a group of American bombers led a bombing run in Taipei City leaving the Japanese Governor-General’s house ( now known as the Presidential Office) severely damaged. During World War II, Taiwan was a Japanese colony, with US forces attacking Taipei as a means of hastening Japan’s surrender, bombing military locations and equipment, ports, and oil refineries. However, many in Taiwan are unaware of this history.Peter ChangTAUP PresidentThe mainstream...

    published: 01 Jun 2015
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Why China And Taiwan Hate Each Other

Why China And Taiwan Hate Each Other

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China & Hong Kong: http://testu.be/1rMbVRb China & Tibet: http://testu.be/1IwXk3N Subscribe! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml Since 1949, both Taiwan's government and Mainland China's government,...
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2018 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

2018 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

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20180125 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

20180125 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

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Christmas at the New Taipei City Government Plaza, Taiwan

Christmas at the New Taipei City Government Plaza, Taiwan

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20180128 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Speech 台灣民政府台北州演講

20180128 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Speech 台灣民政府台北州演講

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20180128 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Speech 台灣民政府台北州演講
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2018 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

2018 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

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  • Updated: 11 Feb 2018
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20180204 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Training Class & Meeting & Dinner 台灣民政府台北州導讀課程&州務會議&餐會

20180204 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Training Class & Meeting & Dinner 台灣民政府台北州導讀課程&州務會議&餐會

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  • Updated: 09 Feb 2018
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20180204 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Training Class & Meeting & Dinner 台灣民政府台北州台灣最終地位導讀&州務會議&餐會
https://wn.com/20180204_Taiwan_Civil_Government_Taipei_State_Training_Class_Meeting_Dinner_台灣民政府台北州導讀課程_州務會議_餐會
〔柯文哲〕解決內湖塞車新發想 Taipei City Government proposes measures to alleviate Neihu congestion—宏觀英語新聞

〔柯文哲〕解決內湖塞車新發想 Taipei City Government proposes measures to alleviate Neihu congestion—宏觀英語新聞

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  • Updated: 22 Jan 2016
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Taipei's Neihu District has major traffic congestion problems during rush hour. Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je thinks removing the seats from metro trains on the Wenhu Line will help the problem. He says that would enable more commuters to squeeze in the trains and encourage them to use public transport. The metro is increasing the frequency of trains, and the city's transportation department is working on plans to ease the rush hour traffic. 台北市內湖地區,每到上下班尖峰時段,交通總是壅塞。為了解決這個問題,台北市長柯文哲提出新發想,不排除要拆掉捷運文湖線的列車座椅,來容納更多乘客,藉此鼓勵多利用大眾運輸。柯文哲表示,現階段北捷已經開始會實施縮短班距,而交通局也會在2月提出具體規劃報告。 *More Information 更多資訊請至 宏觀電視官網:http://www.pts.org.tw/macroview/ 臉書粉絲專頁:https://www.facebook.com/taiwanmactv 訂閱節目 Subscribe:https://www.youtube.com/user/macroview
https://wn.com/〔柯文哲〕解決內湖塞車新發想_Taipei_City_Government_Proposes_Measures_To_Alleviate_Neihu_Congestion—宏觀英語新聞
2018 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

2018 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

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Taipei City Government officials take Universiade Contestants Sightseeing

Taipei City Government officials take Universiade Contestants Sightseeing

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On the last day before the opening of the Universiade, Taipei City Government officials took some of the athletes sightseeing. Not to be outdone, the New Taipei City Government gathered together souvenir vendors on the street opposite the athletes'' village in Linkou catering to the atheletes. A player from the Polish fencing team made a grand fencing posture in the square in front of Taipei 101. In the short space of time they had left before the start of the Universiade, contestants went sight-seeing on the streets of Taipei with Taipei City Government officials. The first stop was Taipei’s landmark skyscraper. They stood on the Taipei 101 viewing platform and the first thing they did was take selfies on their smart phones. Contestants then took photos of the aerial view of Taipei that was offered through Taipei 101’s windows.Polish Women’s Fencing Team It’s really hot, but I like hot weather. We are from the saber team and we think we can take a good place here. Souvenir companies from New Taipei City were also gearing up for the games. During the period when the games are held, 40 New Taipei City souvenir vendors will station themselves in the street opposite the athletes’ village and outdo each other to give foreign guests a warm welcome. Yeh Hui-chingNew Taipei City Deputy MayorOur souvenir manufacturers in New Taipei City often accompany New Taipei City trade delegations abroad to expand markets for their products. As a result, many of these manufacturers have pretty good foreign language abilities. Players from countries all over the world love to sightsee when they are not competing. The New Taipei City government is hoping the Universiade will be an opportunity to improve the international recognition of locally-manufactured goods.
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KONSER LEBARAN 2017, BERSAMA TAIPEI CITY GOVERNMENT

KONSER LEBARAN 2017, BERSAMA TAIPEI CITY GOVERNMENT

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GFTV merupakan Internet TV yang dirancang khusus untuk orang Indonesia di Taiwan. GFTV mempunyai fungsi sebagai penambah wawasan, penyedia informasi atau berita dan beberapa hiburan kepada masyarakat Indonesia di Taiwan. GFTV dapat ditonton dan didownload gratis dengan menggunakan Android. Cara mendownload aplikasi GFTV : Buka Playstore, ketik GFTV, download Anda juga bisa menonton siaran GFTV dari youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUYeROkR5Fs Dengan menggunakan aplikasi ini anda sudah bisa menikmati siaran berbahasa Indonesia di Taiwan... Tonton siaran kami melalui program-program yang menarik. Line ID: @sqe2904w
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Government clamps down on Chinese ad in Taipei

Government clamps down on Chinese ad in Taipei

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Beijing’s state-run China Central Television has been forced to remove an outdoor ad in Taipei after airing it without receiving prior approval. The ad rankled Taipei pedestrians, who particularly took issue with the name of the program being advertised: “Trust in China.” China has been engaging in what some see as “United Front” tactics in Taiwan. The latest move was a big screen ad on a busy street corner in Taipei for a new CCTV program. Its closing frame highlighting the program’s name – “Trust in China” – was not appreciated by passers-by. Any Chinese program or ad broadcast in Taiwan must first be approved by the Ministry of Culture, and in this case, the ad violated the law. Chiu Chui-chengMainland Affairs Council Spokesman The new program has yet to be approved, so related ads are illegal. The Culture Ministry and our Council will both handle this according to the law. We have already notified the company broadcasting the ad to pull it.Ko Wen-jeTaipei MayorIt’s not likely that we can completely ban all of (China’s) ads, but there should be equal treatment and dignity, which means that if they can run ads here without undergoing a review, then Taiwan should be able to do the same in China. CCTV pulled the ad today, and the Central Motion Picture Co., which leases the building that screened the ad, and the ad company that brokered the deal will be fined.
https://wn.com/Government_Clamps_Down_On_Chinese_Ad_In_Taipei
20180114 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

20180114 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

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New 3D Building Technology From the Taipei City Government

New 3D Building Technology From the Taipei City Government

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User experience demo of a new 3D building technique from the Urban Planning Department at the Taipei City Government.
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20180117 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

20180117 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

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20180125 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Shin-Tai County Legal Advocacy 台灣民政府台北州新泰郡快樂法理宣傳

20180125 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Shin-Tai County Legal Advocacy 台灣民政府台北州新泰郡快樂法理宣傳

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20180125 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Shin-Tai County Legal Advocacy 台灣民政府台北州新泰郡快樂法理宣傳
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20180128 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Training Class & Meeting & Dinner 台灣民政府台北州州務會議活動全紀錄

20180128 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Training Class & Meeting & Dinner 台灣民政府台北州州務會議活動全紀錄

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20180128 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Training Class & Meeting & Dinner 台灣民政府台北州州務會議活動全紀錄
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台北市巧遇高官車隊 Government Official's Motorcade In Taipei

台北市巧遇高官車隊 Government Official's Motorcade In Taipei

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The motorcade of a high ranking government official (consisting of 2 BMW Bikes and 5 Audi A8s) drives along FuXing South Road in Taipei City. 某位高階官員的車隊(包含2台BMW機車與5台奧迪A8)行駛於台北市的復興南路
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Taipei City government moves opening and closing Universiade ceremonies out of Taipei Dome

Taipei City government moves opening and closing Universiade ceremonies out of Taipei Dome

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The opening and closing ceremonies for the 2017 Universiade have been moved from Taipei Dome to Taipei Municipal Track and Field Stadium. Mayor Ko Wen-je criticized the work schedule on Taipei Dome as being unreliable and not leaving enough time for interior furnishings and decoration. The contractor, Farglory Land Development, said it regretted the city’s decision. Concerns about the completion of Taipei Dome over the next two years led the Taipei City government to resort to a backup plan which involves moving both the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2017 Universiade to a nearby track and field stadium. Ko Wen-je (June 22) Taipei MayorTaipei Municipal Track and Field Stadium already held the Deaflympics, and many of its facilities have been upgraded over the past few years. As for Taipei Dome construction, when you add interior furnishings it’s just too unreliable.The move won’t come without a tradeoff as Taipei Dome has a planned capacity of 40,000 spectators and Taipei Municipal Track and Field Stadium can only accommodate 20,000.City officials said there was a precedent for such a move. Chou Li-fangTaipei Deputy Mayor Original preparations for the 2011 Universiade in Shenzhen included a 70,000 seat venue, though it was later moved to a venue that only held 20,000 seats.City officials plan to wait until after the Gwangju Universiade this July before applying to the governing committee to change venues. This could lead to the possibility that Taipei Dome won’t even hold a single event. Chou Li-fangTaipei Deputy Mayor At the moment, judging by the progress on (Taipei Dome), the probability is quite slim.Jacky YangFarglory SpokesmanDuring the bidding process, the Universiade chairman visited Farglory to be briefed on the sports venue and the Taipei Dome’s sporting facilities. He gave a good evaluation. We regret the decision to move to another site. Farglory also took the opportunity to respond to Ko’s criticism that it is unreliable by saying it could complete the project if given enough time.
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20180121 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

20180121 Taiwan Civil Government Taipei State Jurisprudence Speech 台灣民政府台北州法理演講

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  • Updated: 21 Jan 2018
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Taipei Mayor criticizes FSC for red tape and urges government to adopt role of service

Taipei Mayor criticizes FSC for red tape and urges government to adopt role of service

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Both President Tsai and Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je were at the 2017 World Congress on Information Technology today. While the president spoke about her desire for Taiwan to become a global digital leader, Ko criticized Taiwan''s legal culture for holding back the digital revolution. He singled out the Financial Supervisory Commission for its failure to deliver the EasyCard mobile payment system. He criticized the government more broadly and called for a more service-oriented attitude. Tsai Ing-wenPresidentI believe that Taiwan will gradually put down the burden of the previous industrial era, and become a country known for its digital economy. Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je followed President Tsai’s remarks with unveiled criticism of the Financial Supervisory Commission.Ko Wen-jeTaipei MayorOld women in China use their phones to pay for groceries in the marketplace. Taiwan needs to hurry and catch up on the e-commerce front. EasyCard has been held up at the Financial Supervisory Commission for two years now. They’re still unable to become a mobile payment system. The FSC should become the Financial Services Commission or the Financial Management Commission. We need to deal with this somehow.Ko was not shy about criticizing the FSC’s red tape in front of the President.Ko Wen-jeTaipei MayorThe government should gradually change from a supervisory role to a service role. Take the FSC - they should be assisting us, or telling us how to fix things, not dragging their feet. It’s been two years now!Ko was abruptly prompted to comment on cross-strait relations, and responded candidly. He said he has a utilitarian view on relations with China, and that no matter how cross-strait policies shift, what’s important is that things can get done well.
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Taipei City Government to auction off objects from Universiade athletes’ village

Taipei City Government to auction off objects from Universiade athletes’ village

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It’s been more than four months since the end of the Universiade, but for Taipei City government, the work has not stopped. One task is clearing out the athletes’ village so it can be made into social housing, and thousands of objects placed in the village, and used by athletes for just three weeks, are now going up for auction, including beds, mattresses, hairdryers, and clothes racks. After the curtain fell on the Universiade and the athletes headed back to their countries, the athletes’ village in Linkou fell quiet. Now after four months of sorting, there are still 20,000 unused items left in the village. This summer the buildings will be given over to the central government, and Taipei’s authorities have decided to auction off the barely used objects that have been sitting around.Wu An-chiTaipei Urban Development Dept.These prices are roughly 63% to 69% off the price the city government originally paid. These goods were only given to the Universiade athletes to use for about three weeks. We guarantee they’re all like new and in very good condition.The starting price for this bedframe and mattress set is only NT$2640, an offer that could interest many.But the problem is, the City Government has chosen to sell only in bulk. A buyer must take at least 20 units of each item.Wu An-chiTaipei Urban Development Dept.We need to clear everything out quickly so we can hand the buildings over to the Construction and Planning Agency to use as social housing. We hope these items can be sold quickly, so we set a minimum quantity for each sale. If there are goods leftover when the auction ends, we will consider whether or not to remove this quantity restriction.Some have complained that selling in bulk rules ordinary buyers out of the running, but the Department of Urban Development says it hopes that the general public will support the auction, and help them to clear out their stock while striking a bargain.
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New Taipei City Government Vs Obike

New Taipei City Government Vs Obike

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The New Taipei City Government has gained the upperhand in the ongoing battle between it and the bike-sharing operator oBike. The Singapore-based company has finally agreed to pay the city government fines of more than NT$1.2 million Taiwan dollars for illegally parked bikes and to collect its towed oBikes, which now number 4,600.The scene of Obiike’s bicycles parked in spots reserved for cars and motorcycles on the main streets and narrow alleys of New Taipei City may soon be a thing of the past. Wu Kuo-chiNew Taipei City Department of TransportationThe operator must first determine that it has enough space for bikes to park in and also perform self-inspections and management. Once this has been done to a certain degree, we will then consider agreeing to them releasing vehicles on our roads. After Obike entered New Taipei City, 4,600 of its 6000 bikes were towed, with only 1,400 bikes left in circulation. At first the stationless bike-sharing operator took a hard line approach. It was unwilling to pay fines and collect the impounded bikes, and instead threatened the city government with an administrative appeal. Now it has softened, and is dispatching collection trucks to bike pounds across New Taipei City and is paying the relevant fines. Wu Kuo-chiNew Taipei City Department of TransportationWe will still continue to implement the law-enforcement measures. The operator has also promised to perform self inspections, so that police do not need to enforce the ban on oBikes in public places. They have made this promise. If any more Obike bicycles are found parking illegally, the New Taipei City Department of Transportation says it won’t hesitate to tow them.
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University professors call upon government to address Taipei Air Raid casualties

University professors call upon government to address Taipei Air Raid casualties

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Today is the 70th anniversary of the Taipei Air Raid which was carried out by US bombers against Japanese colonial forces at the end of World War II. At a press conference today, the Taiwan Association of University Professors called upon the government to address this tragic incident which killed more than 3,000 people.On May 31st, 70 years ago, a group of American bombers led a bombing run in Taipei City leaving the Japanese Governor-General’s house ( now known as the Presidential Office) severely damaged. During World War II, Taiwan was a Japanese colony, with US forces attacking Taipei as a means of hastening Japan’s surrender, bombing military locations and equipment, ports, and oil refineries. However, many in Taiwan are unaware of this history.Peter ChangTAUP PresidentThe mainstream media along with textbooks fail to report this part of history. We should expose this historical truth and allow everyone to know about what happened in the past. One Taiwanese citizen who served in the Japanese military in Hainan Island, which experienced similar bombing, not only worried about himself but also his family in Taiwan.Huang Chin-daoTaiwanese Japanese SoldierBomb shrapnel continually fell at my feet. Too many Taiwanese youth died at that place.An estimated 3,000 people died during the Taipei Air Raid with tens of thousands of people being injured. Now, some seventy years, scholars are calling upon the government to address this period of history and provide compensation and adopt the principles of transitional justice.
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