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Japanese engineer tests COVID-positive after returning to Japan from Taiwan
A Japanese engineer has tested positive for COVID in Japan after flying in from Taiwan. He had been living in Taiwan since June. His 80 local contacts are being tested for the disease. Meanwhile health authorities have closed the investigation on a Japanese student and a Thai migrant worker who recently tested COVID-positive after returning to their home countries.

Chen Shih-chung
Central Epidemic Command Center
We consulted with the Thai authorities. They said they had conducted a ...(more)
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Alex Azar’s visit hailed as major step forward in US-Taiwan relations
In a breakthrough for Taiwan-U.S. relations, U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar will arrive in Taiwan for an official visit on Monday. He'll be the highest-ranking U.S. official to make such a trip since diplomatic relations were severed in 1979. He and his delegation will be exempt from the 14-day quarantine rule currently applied to other travelers. However, to minimize the ...(more)
Charter flights from Taipei to Thailand offer a route home
Since the outbreak of the pandemic, many citizens of Thailand have been effectively stranded in Taiwan. Border rules and canceled flights have prevented them from getting back to their home country. But on Wednesday, the first of two charter flights from Taipei to Thailand allowed them to go home at last. Taiwanese citizens who live and work in the Southeast Asian country were also glad to have a ..(more)
Hsu Yung-ming tenders resignation from New Power Party amid bribery scandal
Former New Party Power Chairman Hsu Yung-ming has tendered his resignation from his party amid corruption allegations. He was released on bail on Tuesday and faces charges connected to the Sogo bribery scandal, as do several other lawmakers.

Hsu tendered his resignation on Wednesday, just before his party convened its disciplinary committee to decide on punitive measures. In the wake of ..(more)
Nine mystery packets of seeds, soil, or fertilizer sent to Taiwan in a week
Mysterious packages that contain Chinese seeds, soil, or fertilizer are being sent to people across Taiwan. The Council of Agriculture says there have been at least nine such deliveries since July 28. These unsolicited deliveries are arriving in shipments marked as stationery, vases, and other products that, in most cases, were ordered online. The COA is urging recipients to report all cases of ..(more)
Gold soars past US$2,000 per ounce to new high
Amid the uncertainties of the COVID economy, the safe haven of gold has soared past US$2,000 per troy ounce for the first time in history. Gold traded as high as US$2,031 on Tuesday. The Bank of America sees the yellow metal eventually clearing the US$2,500 level. Other forecasts are even more optimistic, saying gold could hit the US$3,000 mark.

The record gold price has prompted many ..(more)
Taiwan to regulate use of term ‘healthy’ in food product names
Is something labeled healthy, really healthy? Starting July 2022, Taiwan will restrict the use of the term "healthy" in the names of food products. In its newly updated directives, the Food and Drug Administration says it will ban the term "healthy" from product names, unless the product is government-certified health food. Violators can be fined by up to NT$4 million.

Healthy crackers, ..(more)
Occupancy rates in Taitung and Hualien reach new highs
Tourism is booming along Taiwan's East Coast. Over two million travelers poured into Hualien and Taitung in June, filling up hotels, restaurants and tourist sites. Hoteliers in Hualien are seeing record occupancy rates, with 70% of rooms already booked for September. But the horde of tourists is also putting a strain on local amenities and infrastructure.

It’s a mountain of bed linens, ..(more)
Hualien secondhand shop reopens 6 months after blaze
The secondhand shop of a Catholic church in Hualien reopened on Wednesday, after being damaged in a fire in February. The reopening date coincided with the 80th birthday of the church's priest, Yves Moal. At the ceremony, he once again thanked the people of Taiwan for their donations to the rebuilding effort.

Surrounded by friends, Moal celebrates his 80th birthday. He’s celebrated his ..(more)
Old camphor factory offers meals and a look back in time
In the early 20th century, Taiwan produced more than half the world's camphor. Taipei's Nanmen Park was home to a government-run camphor and opium processing factory during the Japanese colonial period. The facility fell into disuse as the of market demand for Taiwanese camphor waned. It's now home to an Italian restaurant alongside views of a bygone era.

Stephany Yang
Formosa News ..(more)
98-year-old wows with video game prowess
Who says video games are just for kids? A 98-year-old woman from Changhua can well be said to be Taiwan's most senior esports player. Grandma Wei Chin-hua's 's passion for gaming started 20 years ago when she tried her hand at Tetris. Since then, she's been enchanted by her console, playing for hours each day. Her family says her skills can't be topped, not even by her grandkids. ..(more)

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