Taiwan: Sexual Misconduct Allegations Spark Law Reform
The Executive Yuan proposed increasing penalties for employers who sexually harass or attack their employees.
Taiwan’s Ruling Party Rocked by Sexual Harassment Allegations
Local media have dubbed the string of events Taiwan’s “MeToo” moment.
Taiwan Sets First Creative Content Fest Dedicated to All Modes of Creativity
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic might have paralyzed global travel but that has not stopped Taiwan from flexing its muscles and putting its film and entertainment content on the world stage.
Labor Rights Groups Protest Against Plan To Hire More Migrant Workers
Labor rights groups say the government’s plan to hire an additional 28,000 migrant workers will exacerbate exploitation.
Domestic Lawfare: ‘PRC Citizens Are Taiwanese’ Rule Abolished
A new executive order states that PRC citizens “neither enjoy the rights nor have the duties of ROC citizens.” It may not have a lasting negative impact on the legal rights of PRC citizens in Taiwan, but it demonstrates a clear message that Taiwan and China are separate countries.
TAICCA Initiatives Help Taiwanese Content Ride Cultural Wave to Global Distribution
In July, TAICCA initiated the First Mile program, linking publishers, scriptwriters, and investors for the Print-to-Screen Adaptation Content Development Plan to boost TV and film production in Taiwan. The program extends to the 2020 Taiwan Creative Content Fest.
Taiwan: Spouses and Children of Foreign Talent Eligible for Permanent Residency
The amended law also requires that foreigners who have seriously violated internationally recognized human rights principles be denied entry into Taiwan.
China’s Whistleblowing Culture and the Sensitive Youth
Society doesn’t improve with people reporting on each other.
The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Board of Science and Technology Promote Innovation Sandbox Together to Demonstrate Government Support for Innovation and Entrepreneurship; MOEA Hosts “2018 Innovat
Directed by the Office of Science & Technology, Executive Yuan and hosted by the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the 2018 Innovation Sandbox Exchange Forum was hosted at NEO Studio, Taipei on October 3rd. Audrey Tang, Minister without Portfolio of the Executive Yuan, Zse-hong Tsai, Executive Secretary of the Office of Science & Technology, and Wellington L. Koo, Chairman of the Financial Supervisory Commission were all invited to attend. The Forum hopes to make innovation sandbox an important mechanism amid a comprehensive innovation entrepreneurship environment, as well as a driving force for innovation development in Taiwan.
Where Are the Women in Chinese Politics?
The National People’s Congress is the only national-level political institution in China that has adopted some form of gender quota, but today women only make up 26.54% of the congress.