2020/7/11  
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Washington approves US$620 million missiles upgrade for Taiwan
The Trump administration has approved Taiwan's request to buy an upgrade to its Patriot Advanced Capability-3 air defense missiles. The deal, which will extend the operational life of the missiles, is valued at US$620 million. Taiwan's defense ministry thanked Washington in a statement on Friday, saying it was a sign of the U.S.'s continued commitment to Taiwan's defense and regional security.

PAC-3 missiles are a core element of Taiwan’s air defense system. They are loaded on a ...(more)
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Taiwan officials may soon face strict rules over visits to HK in wake of security law
The government says rules for public officials who want to visit Hong Kong may soon get more stringent, after Hong Kong's new national security law raised fears that Taiwanese officials would not be safe in the territory. Currently, officials require a permit to visit China, but access to Hong Kong is almost unrestricted. Now officials are warning that merely having an image of Taiwan's flag on ...(more)
KMT makes a scene but fails to prevent approval of Examination Yuan candidates
Nominees for the Examination Yuan were approved on Friday, despite a protest held by KMT lawmakers in the legislature. Abstaining from voting on the nominees, the KMT accused the DPP of hypocrisy toward that branch of government. Surprisingly, New Power Party legislators protested, too, complaining that the nominees didn't complete a questionnaire meant to establish their fitness for office. KMT ..(more)
Taiwan reports two more imported COVID cases
Taiwan reported two imported COVID cases on Friday. One is a woman in her 20s who returned from the U.S. on July 5 and began having symptoms on her third day of home quarantine. The other patient is a man in his 50s who tested positive upon returning to Taiwan from Oman on July 8. The man developed a fever while abroad but had not gone to a doctor. These two cases bring Taiwan's total to 451 ..(more)
Taipei honors traditional market vendors for gourmet sushi, sweets
Each year Taipei presents the Traditional Market Festival awards in a contest to find the gourmet gems of its traditional markets. This year, the accolades were given to a smoked chicken vendor, creative sushi chef, and an up-and-coming dessert maker. Let's take a look.

A cleaver chops up the smoked chicken, revealing the tender white meat concealed beneath caramel skin. A smoky aroma ..(more)
Control Yuan releases details on Tsai, Han campaign spending
The Control Yuan on Friday released the details on the finances of each presidential campaign for the January presidential election. Tsai Ing-wen and Lai Ching-te's campaign raised the most money: $560 million NT. They also spent the most, ending up with $20 million NT in the red. Han Kuo-yu's campaign raised less in political donations. He had $450 million NT to spend, but still had $30 ..(more)
President Tsai announces NT$40,000 raise for all search-and-rescue pilots
President Tsai Ing-wen on Friday announced a massive wage hike for pilots of the National Airborne Service Corps, a government agency that conducts search and rescue. All 100 pilots will get a NT$40,000 increase starting July 1, to help solve long-standing problems with recruitment and talent retention.But even after the raise, monthly salaries will start at NT$150,000, which is well below the ..(more)
Premier announces NT$1 billion subsidy for school air-conditioning bills
With every public school classroom to get air conditioning, who will foot the electricity bill? That's the question parents have been asking since the government announced its "air con for every classroom" policy last month. Premier Su Tseng-chang said Friday that the government will set aside NT$1 billion to subsidize the bill.

Some classrooms already have air conditioning, with the ..(more)
Food poisoning cases soar to 23-year high
Food poisoning cases reached a 23-year high of nearly 7,000 last year, according to a report released by the Food and Drug Administration. Authorities are asking people to avoid foods left out in the sun and foods found~ out in the wild. The FDA noted that last year, a man had died after eating a soup made of central Formosan toads, a toxic endemic species that can be mistaken for frogs. ..(more)
Take a bus to explore Taiwan's forests
As the epidemic wanes on this island, Taiwan's government is promoting domestic travel and tourism to boost the economy. The Forestry Bureau has announced "In the Forest" tours that will run from August to February of next year. Traveling on buses, tourists will get the chance to explore Taiwan's majestic national forests through 20 itineraries.

This is Aowanda, one of the forest ..(more)
Taipei Zoo uses cuddly toy to comfort Mommy Yuan Yuan as baby is bottle-fed
Taipei's newest panda is now more than 10 days old, and in that time, she's more than doubled in weight. The new cub is being cared for and bottle-fed by Taipei Zoo staff. But they're also concerned not to let Mom Yuan Yuan think her baby is gone. They've come up with a baby panda toy for Yuan Yuan to cuddle, until the real baby is back in her arms.

The miniscule panda sucks on a tiny ..(more)

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