Taiwan was for a time the most advanced colony under the Japanese empire, and there is a lingering affinity in Taiwan for all things Japanese, including its diverse cuisine. While options for Japanese food in the capital Taipei are plentiful, not all can be considered high-quality or authentic. One place that definitely achieves that standard,…

You wouldn’t be alone if the first things you think of at the mention of Wyoming are big swaths of farming and ranch land and beautiful natural scenery. After all, the western U.S. state is known far and wide for its superior-quality agricultural products, especially its premium-grade beef. But it may surprise you to know…

As the U.S.-China trade war continues, an air of uncertainty hangs over the global financial-services sector. The precariousness of the situation caused stock markets to perform very poorly last year. The Dow Jones Industrial Average’s annual return for 2018 was -5.63%, while the S&P 500 returned -6.24%, the first decline for the two indexes after…

Taiwan’s establishment of a well-formulated Patent Linkage system for pharmaceuticals is a landmark development not only for the drug industry but for this country’s intellectual property rights protection in general. In addition, it boosts Taiwan’s status in the global trading community and improves its prospects for eventually concluding bilateral or multilateral free trade agreements with…

As one of the “Four Asian Tigers,” Taiwan a few decades ago was widely viewed as among the world’s most vibrant economies. In recent years, however, growth rates have slowed as competition in international markets has intensified. To inject revived dynamism into the economy, the Tsai Ing-wen administration has been promoting the “5+2 Innovative Industries”…

The Expert in Building Refineries and Petrochemical Plants In recent years the United States’ successful exploitation of shale gas has changed the energy and petrochemical map previously dominated by the Middle East. To help stabilize the global engineering market, CTCI – Taiwan’s number-one engineering services company which is among the world’s top 100 companies in…

The importance of renewable energy development to Taiwan’s economic future was spotlighted at the first annual Asia-Pacific Renewable Energy Market Summit held July 9 at the Renaissance Taipei Shilin Hotel. Over 240 participants from around the world gathered to exchange ideas on the future of renewable energy in Taiwan and the greater Asia-Pacific region. The…