2020/11/27  
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New controls on US pork imports spark controversy
The Taiwan market will open up to U.S. pork imports containing the additive, ractopamine, on Jan. 1. Ahead of the lifting of the ban, the government has released a preview of new rules governing the imports. The rules include clear labeling of product origin, with domestic pork to be marked with a round green label. But opposition lawmakers say the rules aren't enough, as they won't help shoppers identify meat containing ractopamine. This is tonight's first report.

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China confirms it’s drawing up watch list of pro-independence Taiwanese
China has confirmed that it’s drawing up a watch list of pro-independence Taiwanese who it plans to, quote, punish. A report on the watch list surfaced in a Hong Kong newspaper earlier in November. They were confirmed for the first time at a Wednesday news briefing by the Taiwan Affairs Office.

Zhu Fenglian
TAO spokeswoman
We will continue to take precise crackdown measures to ...(more)
China Airlines to unveil new ‘less confusing’ livery
China Airlines, Taiwan's national carrier, will soon get seven 777-F cargo planes featuring an entirely new look. According to the transport minister, they will be emblazoned with Taiwan-related imagery. The name of the carrier, "China Airlines," will appear in a smaller font. It will also be repositioned from the center of the plane, to a more discreet location near the tail. The planes aren't ..(more)
With survival at stake, Huawei gets 4G lifeline from Qualcomm
U.S. chip supplier Qualcomm has been awarded a license from Washington to sell 4G processors to Huawei. Since last year, U.S. sanctions have blocked Huawei's access to most chips and other technology that it needs to assemble smartphones. Chips from Qualcomm would help Huawei return to the 4G handset market as early as next spring. Analysts say Taiwan suppliers like TSMC and MediaTek would be ..(more)
Transport ministry finalizes NT$1,500 travel subsidy for older adults
The Tourism Bureau has finalized a hotel subsidy plan for older adults who travel over the Lunar New Year holiday. Those aged over 55 can get a subsidy for staying in any hotel in greater Taipei, Keelung, Taoyuan and Hsinchu. Their booking will need to fall between Feb. 8 and 13. And they'll have to make their way to the hotel by taking a train, the high-speed rail, or a coach bus.

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Taiwan reports 2 new imported cases
Taiwan has announced two new imported cases of COVID-19. One is a Taiwanese man returning from the U.S. The other is an Indonesian woman in her 50s who arrived from Indonesia. Let's go now to the CECC.

The two patients reported on Thursday take Taiwan's tally of imported cases to 533. ..(more)
Launch of Taiwan Integrated Biomedical Industrial Center
A new Integrated Biomedical Industrial Center promises to revolutionize Taiwan's biotech industry and bring cutting edge treatments to the country. The Ministry of Economic Affairs says it wants to bring biotech companies and clinicians into close contact through new innovations, including AI-assisted programs. The center will also carry out medical tests and make it easier for biotech ..(more)
New Taipei Christmasland Concert Lineup revealed
This year, New Taipei's festive extravaganza, Christmasland is packed with more magic than ever. This 10th edition of the festival has a Disney theme, with everyone's most beloved cartoon characters making an appearance. Attractions and light shows featuring Disney princesses are sure to be a hit with revelers young and old at heart. The festivities also boast an outstanding concert lineup, ..(more)
Poinsettia market gearing up for a cheerful Christmas season
Viewers who grew up with Christmas trees that dropped needles on the floor might be getting nostalgic as we head into December. But pine trees are not exactly an option here in Taiwan. Why not go for a cheerful poinsettia instead? This beautiful red-leaved plant says "Christmas" all over it.

When poinsettias start blooming, Christmas is almost here. There's the traditional variety, or ..(more)
Kaohsiung gets out to enjoy water sports on Love River
Kaohsiung’s Love River belongs to the people. That’s the message of the city government’s new campaign to get everyone out enjoying leisure sports on the water. Simply by registering for free online, you’re all good to go out and enjoy the water to your heart’s content. If you need to rent equipment, that’s taken care of too.

Tsai Yueh-ta
Water sports enthusiast
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Starting around early November, we gradually get more and more customers coming in for poinsettias. We expect it to pick up quite a lot next week, around the start of December.
 
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