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While more than 16,000 students from ASEAN were studying in Taiwan in 2014, their number had risen to over 30,000 students by 2018, posting an increase of 85 percent in just five years. As every year brings new records in Southeast Asian student enrollment, Taiwanese companies are taking note of this rapidly expanding talent pool and beginning to scout campuses for talent. What makes these young graduates so appealing to Taiwanese employers?

Fake news is the battlefield of the internet age, with the freedom of speech so valued by democratic societies used against them. Taiwan is a major battleground in this information war. Can it stop fake news from influencing its 2020 presidential election?

The giant golden ball prevented people inside the skyscraper from harm or discomfort during earthquakes and typhoons.

As an expat, it can be tough to pick up a decent understanding of Taiwanese politics without sinking some serious time in to research. Taiwans upcoming Presidential Election has been explained to me as as the slow smothering of Tsai-Ing Wens progressive Independence Project by Han Kuo-yus swing back towards the Chinese sphere. What was previously billed as an adversarial, almost inevitable transition has been turned on its head by Gous announcement, and it seems to have succeeded in capturing international attention.

As the United Nations World Creativity and Innovation Day shows, there are many reasons why we should make space in our daily lives to think, dream and innovate. But did you know?

Childcare costs make up a significant proportion of many working parents outgoings. But how much you pay can vary considerably depending on where you live.

Thailands successes in rolling out UHC has led to a knowledge-sharing partnership with ambitious Kenya.

On April 17, Hon Hai Group chairman Terry Gou dropped a bombshell, announcing his intention to run for president. Once Chairman Gou becomes candidate Gou, he is sure to distance himself from Hon Hai to some degree. But can Hon Hai really afford to let Terry Gou walk away in its current state? And who else can take the helm of the Hon Hai empire?

Earlier this month, several hundred residents of a Chicago shelter were treated to Taiwanese cuisine and cultural performances. The shelter residents were also given an opportunity to learn computer skills with donated computers from Taiwan. These Taiwan Day activities, organized by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in Chicago in cooperation with local groups to mark the 40th anniversary of the Taiwan Relations Act, aimed to highlight Taiwans commitment to corporate social responsibility values.

Michelin Guide Taipei has announced its selection for 2019. Lets look at the five new entries and the two that earned additional stars. What did they do right? Whats their secret to success?

As voting concludes in the worlds third largest democracy, Indonesia, the scale of the operation is breathtaking. How do you organize an election that spans more than 17,000 islands and hundreds of thousands of local candidates?

Indonesia held its presidential election on April 17, and Indonesians living overseas, including in Taiwan, were able to vote. The campaigns of the two main candidates, incumbent President Joko Widodo and challenger Prabowo Subianto, held rallies in Taiwan to court these voters.

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