China, Philippines Territorial Claims Trigger Buoy Battle in South China Sea
China and Philippines have used buoys to assert territorial sovereignty for over a decade.
Smart City Expo's Asia Silicon Valley Pavilion Invites You to Create a Sustainable Future through Digital Innovation
TAIPEI, April 12, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2023 Smart City Summit & Expo (SCSE), Asia's largest smart city tradeshow, was held at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 2, from March 28-31. To showcase the achievements of Asia Silicon Valley Development Plan 2.0 (ASVDP 2.0), the Asia Silicon Valley Development Agency (ASVDA) set up the Asia Silicon Valley Theme Pavilion at the event at which it displayed a wide range of smart city solutions covering smart healthcare, smart agriculture, smart energy, and 5G AIoT. The goal is to drive economic growth through innovation and entrepreneurship, advance industrial transformation through the application of IoT, and demonstrate Taiwan's strong capabilities in developing smart city applications.
Indonesia Pushes for Peace in Myanmar
Indonesia has used backdoor shuttle diplomacy to encourage stakeholders to mediate and facilitate an inclusive national dialogue in Myanmar. The question is whether this approach can dissolve hostility in Myanmar.
Japan’s Nuclear Dilemmas in a Challenging New Era
Unlike in South Korea, Japanese public opinion remains opposed to nuclear weapons acquisition.
Taipei Entrepreneurs Hub Demo Day 2.0 Debuts at the Taipei Expo with Over Ten International Startups in Four Innovative Sectors
"Taipei Entrepreneurs Hub Demo Day 2.0," the annual industrial talent exchange program consisting of a demo day and a matchmaking event, debuted at the "2022 Taipei International Startup Week," where 10 overseas startup teams, the winners of twoonline pitch contests, met with 3 native startups from Taipei. These teams have demonstrated how their innovative ideas can create impactful changes to the enterprises and investors and then go on to establish new businesses in Taipei.
Widespread Worry About Myanmar Rapper’s Fate After Arrest
The rapper’s detention is the latest in a string of arrests of artists who have spoken out against the regime. One such artist, Phyo Zaya Thaw, was executed last year for his involvement in the anti-coup movement.
Indonesia Eyes Enrolling More Ports in Fight Against Illegal Fishing
Indonesia’s estimated fish stock is 12 million metric tons, down almost 4% from 2017, while 53% of its fisheries management zones are considered “fully exploited,” up from 44% in 2017.
Taoyuan Airport Returns to Normal Operations as Taiwan Ends Mandatory Quarantine on Oct 13
Taiwan's border reopening will eventually usher in recovery and prosperity. Taoyuan Airport stands to provide returning passengers with best services in the post-pandemic era, hopefully to leave them with moving memories.
China Declines US Offer for Defense Talks in Singapore This Week
U.S. and Chinese defense leaders are slated to attend the annual Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore, with Lloyd Austin speaking on Saturday and Li Shangfu scheduled to speak on Sunday.