Taiwan’s Chinese Television System (CTS) will host the World Cup Night in front of the Presidential Office on Sunday during which members of the public are invited to watch the FIFA World Cup Final broadcast live by the TV station.
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.
Taiwan’s major carrier, the China Airlines (CAL), is introducing a number of summer-themed offerings in its in-flight menu from July onward for its passengers going to various destinations in summer.
A Taiwan Fulbright alumni team will work with the Education Ministry to expand the influence of a US State Department’s supported program to broaden the scope of remedial English teaching in Taiwan.
The Taipei International Food Show has attracted more than 62,000 visitors, setting yet another record in the four-day events that have ended like a carnival where people celebrate with a wide array of foods from all over the world and engage with rich business opportunities that happen throughout the show.
Taiwan’s major carrier China Airlines will launch a new route to Jakarta from the southern city of Kaohsiung via Hong Kong beginning July 1 as part of its effort to expand its services to travelers in the southern part of the island.
The American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), the US de facto embassy in Taipei, officially dedicated its new office complex in Neihu, a suburb of Taipei, on Tuesday as a sign of robust ties with Taiwan in the absence of formal relations.
Demand for infrared optical components is expected to grow stronger in 2018, driven by the pressing needs of Apple and other smartwatch or wristband suppliers to increase the accuracy of pulse oximeter heart rate sensors in their new-generation watch products, Taiwan’s tech research agency TrendForce said.