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Virus Outbreak: Banks limit in-person operations

Taipei Times 28 Jan 2021
Taipei Fubon Commercial Bank (台北富邦銀行) said it has prepared back-up offices in four areas in Taipei, which combined can accommodate 900 people, while its parent, Fubon Financial Holding Co (富邦金控), has allowed some staff to work from home since early this month.
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Ministry breaks ground on TRA project in Nangang

Taipei Times 12 Jan 2021
The Nangang Railway Station would not only accommodate the TRA system, the Taipei MRT Blue Line and the high-speed rail system, but it would also be a starting point for a high-speed rail extension line to Yilan County and would be connected to the Taipei MRT Minsheng-Xizhi Line and a planned metro line to Keelung,” he said.
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The growing peril of war with China over Taiwan

Information Clearing House 01 Jan 2021
As anticipated, Beijing deferred action while Taipei played for time.  ... So, Taipei must decide whether to seek a negotiated accommodation with the Chinese across the Strait or risk a war with them that – even with American backing – would destroy the island’s democracy and prosperity without gaining independence for it.
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Kaohsiung, Taipei picked for Lantern Festival

Taipei Times 15 Dec 2020
A Tourism Bureau committee selected Kaohsiung to host the 2022 and Taipei the 2023 annual festival, which is one of the nation’s major tourism events ... The Taiwan Lantern Festival is to be held in Kaohsiung in 2022 and in Taipei in 2023, the Ministry of Transportation and Communications said yesterday.
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Collapse averted?

Taipei Times 16 Nov 2020
The swimming pool at the five-star Mandarin Oriental, Taipei ... For those who’ve been following the travails of the tourism industry, one of the more dramatic developments came in late May, when the five-star Mandarin Oriental, Taipei announced it would suspend the accommodation side of its business for an indefinite period effective June 1.
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MOTC has opportunity for radical reforms

Taipei Times 26 Oct 2020
Second, Lin should relocate Taipei International Airport (Songshan airport) to Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport ... urban planning in then-Taipei City, that Songshan airport be relocated to Taoyuan ... Finally, Lin should stop the Taipei-Yilan high-speed rail extension construction.
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Taipei and New Taipei City to host World Masters

Taipei Times 22 Oct 2020
About 15,000 athletes from 110 countries are expected to take part in the competitions to be held in May 2025, a New Taipei City official said ...There are 1,694 hotels in Taipei, New Taipei City, Hsinchu and Yilan, with 70,388 rooms, enough to accommodate athletes and their families,” Tsai said.
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Virus Outbreak: Spaniard found dead in quarantine apartment

Taipei Times 14 Oct 2020
Taipei police yesterday found a Spanish woman dead in her COVID-19 quarantine accommodations, although the cause of death is yet to be determined ... Centers for Disease Control Deputy Director-General Chuang Jen-hsiang speaks at a news conference in Taipei on Monday ... The Taipei ...
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Virus Outbreak: Taipei targeting short-term units’ quarantine use

Taipei Times 07 Sep 2020
The Taipei City Government is cracking down on owners of short-term rental units, including Airbnb listings, who have been offering their units for home quarantine or isolation stays, amid concern that such rentals could be a loophole in disease-prevention efforts ... Taipei ...
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Three hotel groups team up on city tour offers

Taipei Times 21 Aug 2020
The latest packages highlight boat rides along the Tamsui River (淡水) and accommodation at the Palais de Chine (君品酒店), Caesar Park Hotel Taipei (台北凱撒大飯店), Caesar Park Hotel Banciao (板橋凱薩飯店), Caesar Metro Taipei Hotel (台北凱達大飯店), Hotel Cham Cham Taipei (趣淘慢旅店台北) or Hotel Royal Beitou (北投老爺酒店).
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CECC mulls ‘quarantine hotel’ rule

Taipei Times 19 Aug 2020
The Taipei City Government on Monday ordered non-quarantine hotels in the city, which accommodated 683 people in quarantine, to refer them to certified “quarantine hotels” by Friday, or it would publish the hotel’s names ... As the start of the school year is approaching, New Taipei ...
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The protest movement in Hong Kong is running out of cash

Taipei Times 09 Jun 2020
By Kiuyan Wong / Bloomberg ...People are less well-off these months obviously,” Wong said ... He said that he has not taken any legal fees and spent nearly HK$5 million in April to start a restaurant called Aegis (保護傘) in Taipei, which hires protesters in exile and helps them with studies, accommodation and legal aid ... “I don’t have children of my own ... .
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Hong Kong’s protest movement is running out of cash

Malaysia Today 06 Jun 2020
And cash used for posting bail is running short as donations dry up. “People are less well-off these months obviously,” Wong said ... He said he hasn’t taken any legal fees and spent nearly HK$5 million in April to start a restaurant called Aegis in Taipei, which hires protesters in exile and helps them with studies, accommodation and legal aid ... .

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