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Tropical Storm Wutip could become typhoon tomorrow


Tropical Storm Wutip (蝴蝶), the second tropical storm of the year, is expected to reach typhoon strength before passing to the south of Guam tomorrow (Feb. 21), but its future impact on Taiwan is still uncertain.

Taipei ranks 6th best city for millennials in Asia-Pacific


Taipei has been ranked as the sixth best city for millennials living in the Asia-Pacific region according to a new index released by CEOWorld Magazine.

Taiwan Lantern Festival lights up tonight


The annual Taiwan Lantern Festival (台灣燈會) kicks off tonight (Feb. 19) and will last until March. 3 in southern Taiwan's Pingtung County.

Taiwan satellite Formosat-7 to be launched soon in the US


Taiwan’s Formosat-7 satellite (福衛七號) is soon to be launched in the U.S.

Taiwan ranks first in Asia for gender equality


 Taiwan comes out on top in Asia for gender equality according to a visual report published recently by the Executive Yuan’s Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics.

Taoyuan's household registration offices to open services to passport applicants


Starting this Friday, the household registration offices across Taoyuan City’s 13 districts will allow citizens to apply for a passport at a nearby district office without the need of traveling to the consular office in Taipei.


World Pangolin Day Comes Amid Alarming Number of Seizures


It's been more than two years since the ban on global trade in all pangolin species went into effect. But it has not been enough. Roughly two million pangolins have since been poached.

Google Maps launches 3D view of Taipei today


Google Maps today (Feb. 13) updated its product to show 3D views of Taipei City, as well as three other cities in Taiwan.

CAL cancels 26 flights in Taiwan as pilot strike enters 5th day


After the second round of negotiations between Pilots Union Taoyuan and China Airlines (CAL) broke down last night (Feb. 11), Taiwan's first airline pilot strike has entered its fifth day, resulting in 26 more flight cancellations.

Marriages between Taiwanese, foreigners surpass 20,000 in 2018


A total of 20,608 marriages between Taiwanese and foreigners were registered in 2018, with most of the foreign spouses coming from Southeast Asia, according to statistics from the Ministry of the Interior.

Greenpeace Taiwan warns about environmental impact of 'fast fashion


The rise of "fast fashion" has not only changed shopping habits but has also led to the creation of more waste as people are discarding clothes at twice the rate as in 2000, according to Greenpeace Taiwan.

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