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Keeping track of those quarantined

B>TAIPEI:/BTaiwan will place video-conferencing equipment in the homes of people quarantined for SARS to monitor their whereabouts in a desperate bid to contain the spread of the virus, officials confirmed yesterday.


Left to right okay, says Taipei

Taiwan has decided to allow the Chinese language to be written from left to right, instead of right to left as it is done now.


Scuffles in new Taiwan row over Chiang Kai-shek

TAIPEI (Reuters) - A motorist drove into a crowd of journalists on Thursday, injuring six, outside the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial where activists and police had clashed over efforts to delete references to the late strongman, media said.


Taiwan's Ma picks military, finance, China chiefs

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan President-elect Ma Ying-jeou's incoming administration on Monday named two veteran administrators as finance and defence ministers, favouring experience over younger talent for the new cabinet.


Attracting donors

To meet the increasing demand for organ transplantation, governments and organisations around the world are looking at different ways to persuade the public to donate.


Talking about Taipei

Always wanted to go to Taiwan but worried about halal food? Well, rest assured that Muslim travellers are well catered for on 'the beautiful island'.


Incentives to travel to Taiwan

IF you are interested in visiting Taiwan, be sure to visit the Taiwan booth at the Matta Fair.


Taiwan says finds first radioactivity from Japan in air

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan has found low levels of radioactive iodine 131 from Japan's stricken nuclear plant in air samples from the island's north, its nuclear energy body said, but the levels do not pose any health risk.


Chance to win return tickets to Taipei

LEAVING a message on 'Go Taipei for MY' Facebook fan page can earn you a chance to win a return ticket to Taipei in Taiwan.


IGB consortium to build RM8.35bil Taipei Twin Towers

PETALING JAYA: A consortium led by IGB Corp Bhd together with Japanese and Taiwanese partners have won the bid to build the Taipei Twin Towers at a cost of between NT$70bil and NT$80bil (RM7.3bil and RM8.35bil), various Taiwan media reported.