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Permanent residents to be eligible for Triple Stimulus Vouchers
Good news for permanent residents. Triple Stimulus Vouchers will soon be issued to holders of Taiwan's Alien Permanent Resident Certificate, or APRC. Economics minister Wang Mei-hua made the announcement on Friday. She said it's still undecided whether the vouchers will be issued in a paper or digital format, or both.

Triple Stimulus Vouchers are spending vouchers worth NT$3,000 but sold for NT$1,000. The COVID-stimulus vouchers were made available in July to citizens and the foreign ...(more)
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KMT blocks premier’s administrative report for fifth time
The stalemate over U.S. pork continues at the Legislative Yuan. On Friday, KMT lawmakers once again obstructed the premier from delivering an administrative report. This was the fifth time the KMT has blocked the report since Sept. 22. The opposition party says the boycott will continue UNTIL the premier apologizes for lifting Taiwan's ban on U.S. pork that contained ractopamine.

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Executive Yuan proposes stricter penalties to deter Chinese dredgers
The Executive Yuan has proposed an amendment to stiffen fines on illegal sand dredging. The move comes amid a recent rise in illegal dredging near Taiwan's Matsu Islands by Chinese dredgers. If the amendment is passed, dredgers caught in Taiwan's exclusive economic zone could be fined up to NT$80 million and imprisoned for up to seven years.

From this vantage here on the Matsu Islands, ..(more)
CNN notes Taiwan’s 200 days without local transmission of coronavirus
Taiwan's landmark 200th day without a local transmission of COVID-19 has been noted by international news outlet CNN. The leading U.S. broadcaster aired multiple segments on the news, asking a Hawaiian physician to comment on how Taiwan was able to accomplish the feat. The news comes amid escalations of the pandemic in many parts of North America and Europe.

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Anti-COVID medical innovations on display in Taipei trade show
Since the start of the pandemic, Taiwan's medical technology industry has played a vital role in helping the country combat COVID. From improved COVID testing to fashionably forward PPE, the industry's latest products were on display this month at an international medical trade show in Taipei. Formosa News reporter Michelle Liu was on the scene.

The robot slowly moves its arm to take a ..(more)
NTU researchers develop world’s first stroke screening device
Researchers at National Taiwan University have developed the world's first screening device for strokes. Traditionally, tests to detect the warning signs of an oncoming stroke involve a lengthy, expensive trip to a specialist unit in a hospital. But the new device can deliver a diagnostic of your risk levels in just five minutes. The team hopes the device will be available in clinics and ..(more)
EPA lists laughing gas as controlled substance to prevent misuse
Nitrous oxide, commonly known as laughing gas, is now a controlled substance. The Environmental Protection Administration announced Friday that it's putting controls on the nontoxic gas, effective immediately. Under the EPA's new rules, manufacturers that produce laughing gas for industrial, food, or medical applications must be approved by the government. The product must be marked ..(more)
Coast Guard ‘roly-poly toy’ embarks on new mission at a museum
The Coast Guard has bid farewell to the RB-02 Coast Guard rescue boat, a boat that can right itself if it capsizes. The venerable ship was retired after 18 years in service, being deployed on numerous rescue missions on the sea. Once it was even used to intercept a smuggling operation near Keelung Islet. On Friday, the RB-02 was donated to a museum in Keelung, where it will perform the new public ..(more)
Taiwan restaurants get in Halloween spirit with limited-edition meals and deals
Tomorrow is Halloween, and if you're looking for a place to take the kids after trick-or-treating, this year you're spoiled for choice. Many Taiwan eateries have gotten into the spirit of the holiday with Halloween-themed meals, spooky drinks, and cheap deals. Our very own Stephany Yang shows us what's available.

Stephany Yang
Formosa News reporter
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