2019/2/21  
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President Tsai meets local media to talk 2020 bid
President Tsai Ing-wen met with members of Taiwan's media today to discuss her plan to stand for re-election in 2020. Her candidacy was revealed yesterday in an exclusive CNN interview. This morning the president elaborated on her motivations for joining the race. She also weighed in on her poor performance in opinion polls, saying that polls are "static" but the people are not.

Today President Tsai held her first "corridor chat" of the new lunar year. She explained why she chose to ...(more)
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Lawmakers warn of China capital lurking behind ‘Taiwanese Uber’ app
A fast-rising ride-hailing app called TaxiGo has set off alarm bells for some lawmakers. New Power Party legislators say that although TaxiGo claims to be financed entirely by Taiwanese investors, the reality is that it was established using Chinese capital. According to their sources, a Chinese investor holds two seats on TaxiGo's board of directors. Chinese investment is currently prohibited ...(more)
Ko Wen-je in talks with prospective buyer for Taipei Dome: report
Rumors are intensifying that contractor Farglory wants to rid itself of the embattled Taipei Dome project. The uncompleted dome is at the heart of an entrenched conflict between Farglory and Taipei's mayor, and Farglory is reportedly looking to sell off its stake. And according to a new report, the mayor has already begun talks with a potential buyer.

At long last, the exterior and the ..(more)
TSMC shares jump NT$5.5 on cash dividend plan
TSMC shares soared today, after the chipmaker said investors would pocket NT$10 per share in cash dividends this year. Buyers snatched up TSMC stocks shortly after trading opened, driving up share price by NT$5.5 by session's end. The broader market also got a lift, moving up 120 points to close at 10,272.

TSMC plans to issue NT$10 a share in cash dividends this year, paid out over two ..(more)
Czech illustrator gives new life to legends of Taiwan’s indigenous people
A new art exhibit featuring the work of a Czech artist based in Taiwan is currently being held at the National Taiwan Library. Award-winning illustrator Tomas Rizek fell in love with Taiwan after visiting the island in 2008, and he is now a permanent resident. His exhibit focuses on a subject close to his heart - the heroic legends of Taiwan's indigenous people.

Tomas Rizek
Czech ..(more)
Bank pioneers employee clock-ins through facial recognition
A bank has become the first in Taiwan's financial industry to let employees clock in and out with facial recognition technology. Employees can report for duty with a scan of their face that takes just 0.3 seconds.

The bank has applied the same technology to its ATMs to let customers withdraw money without a debit card. Once they're registered, customers can collect cash in less than 15 ..(more)

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