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2016/08/25 | Mo Tz-pin
Ten Questions: Yourator
A new Taiwanese company wants to help the local start-up scene and encourages young people to take the road less traveled.
2016/08/24 | Hsu Chia-yu
Taiwan PhD Graduates Face Growing Difficulties in Job Market
Taiwanese are learning the hard way that a PhD is no longer a guarantee to a successful career.
2016/08/23 | Timothy Ferry
Taiwan Tech Finds Role in Education
Innovative approaches to learning are creating new business opportunities.
2016/08/12 | ZiQing Low
Chinese Startup Hubs Attract Taiwanese Youth
The Chinese government is using large incentives to recruit Taiwanese students in China and encouraging them to launch startups.
2016/08/11 | Mo Tz-pin
Ten Questions: Smartcasual
The News Lens International’s 'Ten Questions' series takes a closer look at the budding start-up scene in Taiwan and further afield.
2016/08/11 | ZiQing Low
Taiwan Can't Revoke Deportation of S Koreans in Hydis Case, Court says
A court in Taiwan has ruled it cannot revoke a decision by immigration officials to deport a group of South Koreans who were on hunger strike in protest against a Taiwanese company.
2016/08/10 | Beyonder Times
Slush CSO on Taiwan’s Startups: Youth Must Take the Lead
'Taiwan’s young people, don’t be afraid, go ahead and give it a try; Taiwan’s seniors, let go, trust what youths can do!'
2016/08/05 | ZiQing Low
Facebook Brings Female Entrepreneur Campaign To Taiwan
Facebook has brought its 'She Means Business' campaign to Taiwan, but a lot more needs to be done to level the playing field.
2016/08/02 | Olivia Yang
Behind the Award-Winning Tableware Set for People With Dementia
'I didn’t know what my next step would be. I would sleep for a couple of hours and then jump out of bed to keep developing my plan.'
2016/07/28 | Shuhei Omi
Price Warfare Harming Taiwan's IT Sector, Academic Says
A National Taiwan University academic criticizes 'outdated' government subsidies and the direction of the Taiwanese IT sector.
2016/07/21 | Beyonder Times
Emmy Award Winner's Start Up in Taiwan: More Than Complicated
An Emmy Award-winning entrepreneur says the tech industry in Taiwan is cutting-edge and encourages international entrepreneurs to find talent on the island-nation.
2016/07/04 | Yuan-ling Liang
Taiwan Unions Buoyed by China Airlines Success
While some unions have leveraged the success of the flight attendants' strike, other industries face challenges in worker organization and collective bargaining.
2016/06/23 | Olivia Yang
[UPDATE] China Airlines Flight Attendants Strike, Flights Cancelled
The result of a vote held by the Taoyuan Flight Attendants' Union is allowing China Airlines flight attendants to legally strike.
2016/06/17 | Chang Shin-wei
Taiwanese Engineer Rocks the Labor Market
A Taiwanese engineer has created a Google extension to allow job seekers and employees to comment directly on job websites, including Taiwan’s popular 104 and 1111 sites. The software has been widely praised and will soon be available on Firefox.
2016/04/29 | Edward White
Taiwan Startups Need to Break the Shackles of Confucius
Taiwanese entrepreneurs and investors must break from Confucian tradition if the island is to take the mantle as the Silicon Valley of Asia.
2016/03/25 | TNL 編輯
Taiwan Legislator Calls For Ban On After-Hour Messages
In the latest session of the Legislative Yuan, labor rights of being free from employers’ calls after working hours were promoted; however, the Minister of Labor still says they have little control over the operation of the companies, including protecting labor rights after hours.