2017/12/17  
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Taiwan Brain Trust survey indicates less than 29% approval of Tsai Ing-wen
The approval ratings of both President Tsai Ing-wen and Premier Lai Ching-te have dropped in recent weeks, according to a Taiwan Brain Trust thinktank survey a result, some say, of the Labor Act revisions. Most of the mayors of Taiwan's major cities, on the other hand, enjoy GREATER public approval. The most popular of all: Taoyuan's Cheng Wen-tsan, who received approval from three quarters of poll respondents.

The latest poll from the Taiwan Brain Trust suggests that President Tsai ...(more)
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Lee Ying-yuan defends gradual phase-out of both nuclear and coal
Two major marches calling for action on air pollution will be held on Sunday, and leaders of the opposition KMT have indicated that they will take part. In an interview with FTV, Environmental Minister Lee Ying-yuan has defended the government's plan to reduce the nation's reliance on nuclear before coal.

Opposition party figures will attend marches in Taichung and Kaohsiung this ...(more)
New Year Rail Tickets Sell Out
The New Year public holiday is just a few weeks away, and today railway tickets to and from Taipei for the long weekend sold out the same day they went online. Tickets for the limited express services between Taipei and Hualien, Taitung and Kaohsiung were snatched up in minutes.

The Directorate General of Highways is offering an average discount of 15% on 101 intercity coach routes over ..(more)
Pianist Gwhyneth Chen shows off magic of player piano
Celebrated concert pianist Gwhyneth Chen has returned to Taiwan to give a special performance on an extremely special instrument. Over 25 years in the making, the piano can record and reproduce a player's performance with all the pianist's original nuance and flair. The manufacturer has recorded a special catalogue featuring 10 top performers, including Chen herself.

Chopin’s “Black ..(more)
Cold Snap Over the Weekend
Much of Taiwan today enjoyed clear skies and warm sunshine, with highs of up to 27°Centigrade. But tomorrow the harshest cold snap of the winter so far will hit Taiwan, with the lowest temperatures expected in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Starting tonight, the mercury will begin to dip. Tomorrow, lows could drop to 13 or 12 degrees, and with rain expected in the north, the felt ..(more)

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