Taiwan Cooperative Bank (TCB) and, the global leader in digital payments, today implemented Taiwan’s first standardized and EMV®-compliant QR Code payment.
SkyTeam is seeking feedback and suggestions from frequent flyers over the use of its SkyPriority Audit app, as part of its continued focus on providing the best multi-airline experience in the industry.
The world’s largest performing arts center under one roof is scheduled to open in the southern city of Kaohsiung on October 13.
Acer has unveiled its self-driving concept car at the Taiwan Automotive Technology Innovation Summit 2018, in collaboration with Yulon Group, one of the island’s top automakers and its subsidiaries automotive electronics provider HAITEC and car brand Luxgen.
Mr. David Ekelund, CEO of Icebug and Chairman of the Board, Scandinavian Outdoor Group (SOG), was invited by the Taiwan Textile Research Institute (TTRI) to be one of the keynote speakers at the Taipei International and Forum and Exhibition (TIFE) 2018 opening ceremony. His topic was “Driving Outdoor Industry Progress Through Collaboration.”
The Textile International Forum and Exhibition 2018 (TIFE 2018), an annual event organized by the Taiwan Textile Research Institute (TTRI) kicked off yesterday at the National Taiwan University Hospital International Convention Center. It is being held Sept. 26-27.
Taiwan’s major carrier, the China Airlines (CAL), is expected to take delivery of all of the new A350-900XWB aircraft it has ordered from Airbus by the end of October, the airlines said in a press release on Friday.
The global VR market is expected to see marginal growth this year and remain inactive till the year-end due to the conservative attitude of most manufacturers and lack of new products, according to the latest study by Taiwan’s research institute TrendForce.
A three-member Taiwan team on Saturday headed for Prague where they would begin a 40-day, 16,000-km journey across the mountains, desert and steppe of Europe and Asia, in what is known as the greatest motoring adventure on the planet.
Digital 3D models reconstructing 28 Taiwanese cultural sites and historic landscapes at the height of their prosperity are now available for download and re-use by cultural and creative projects, according to the Culture Ministry.