Hong Kong’s Sowers Action has raised more than HK$700,000 (NT$2.6 million) in a highly successful charity golf event that saw generous participants contributing funds to help support underprivileged children of developing areas who need education and care.
Hong Kong-based Sowers Action will organize a charity golf event this Friday as part of its efforts to raise funds for children in need of education. The Eye on Taiwan has donated NT$180,000 for the golden sponsorship of the event.
Emerging technologies like the fifth generation wireless systems (5G) and blockchain or global online database platform will be the bright spots among six key themes in COMPUTEX 2018 to be held in Taipei from June 5 to June 9.
Global airline alliance, SkyTeam, has launched a series of digital maps to help customers breeze through its global hubs, as it continues investing in technology to enhance the airport experience.
The annual Calla Lilly Festival has kicked off at Zhuzihu or Bamboo Lake in Taipei’s Yangmingshan, offering visitors a great view of the elegant flowers along with concerts and a farmers’ market.
Taiwan’s LED vertical integration manufacturer Lextar Electronics Corp has released a new state-of-the-art adaptive driving beam (ADB) LED headlight module system as part of a series of latest products it rolled out for display during the recent Auto Lamp Exhibition Shanghai.
Taiwan’s leading computer maker Acer has teamed up with three major hospitals in Taiwan to provide remote health management services across the island.
Some 60 Taiwan-based audiovisual representatives and post-production companies will take part in the Hong Kong International Film and TV Market (FILMART), one of the world’s leading entertainment marketplaces, to promote Taiwan-made quality films and dramas.
The tourism and travel department of the New Taipei City government is staging a series of dancing water shows in Bitan to feast the eyes of visitors, following its successful model of presenting similar performances that greatly helped promote the city’s tourism last year.
Michelin — the world-acclaimed French dining guide run by a tire company — is due to release its 2018 edition of the MICHELIN Guide Taipei next week in Taiwan as part of its expansion in Asia after tapping the markets in Bangkok, Shanghai, Singapore, Hong Kong and Macau, and Tokyo.