Taipei overview

Taipei (/ˌtaɪˈpeɪ/),[4] officially known as Taipei City, is the capital[a] and a special municipality of Taiwan (officially known as the Republic of China, "ROC"). Sitting at the northern tip of the island, Taipei City is an enclave of the municipality of New Taipei City that sits about 25 km (16 mi) southwest of the northern port city Keelung. Most of the city is located in the Taipei Basin, an ancient lakebed. The basin is bounded by the relatively narrow valleys of the Keelung and Xindian rivers, which join to form the Tamsui River along the city's western border.[5]

The city proper is home to an estimated population of 2,704,810 (2015),[6] forming the core part of the Taipei–Keelung metropolitan area, which includes the nearby cities of New Taipei and Keelung with a population of 7,047,559,[6][7] the 40th most-populous urban area in the world—roughly one-third of Taiwanese citizens live in the metro district. The name "Taipei" can refer either to the whole metropolitan area or the city proper.

Taipei is the political, economic, educational, and cultural center of Taiwan and one of the major hubs in East Asia. Considered to be a global city,[8] Taipei is part of a major high-tech industrial area.[9] Railways, high-speed rail, highways, airports, and bus lines connect Taipei with all parts of the island. The city is served by two airports – Taipei Songshan and Taiwan Taoyuan. Taipei is home to various world-famous architectural or cultural landmarks, which include Taipei 101, Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Dalongdong Baoan Temple, Hsing Tian Kong, Lungshan Temple of Manka, National Palace Museum, Presidential Office Building, Taipei Guest House, Ximending, and several night markets dispersed throughout the city. Natural features such as Maokong, Yangmingshan, and hot springs are also well known to international visitors.

In English-language news reports the name Taipei often serves as a synecdoche referring to Taiwan's national government. Due to the ambiguous political status of Taiwan internationally, the term Chinese Taipei is also sometimes pressed into service as a synonym for the entire country, as when Taiwan's government representatives participate in international organizations or Taiwan's athletes participate in international sporting events.

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Bank of Taiwan
Bank of Taiwan
Taipei

The Bank of Taiwan (BOT) was established on May 20, 1946 as the first government-owned bank following the island's restoration to the Republic of China in 1945.  During much of its operating history, it has been under the administration of the Taiwan Provincial Government. Following the phase out of the Taiwan Provincial Government on Dec. 21, 1998, the Bank was subsequently taken over by the central government of the Republic of China and placed under the administration of the Ministry of Finance, in accordance with the regulations on government-owned financial institutions. BOT has been judicial person under Banking Law since 1985. Effective July 1, 2003, BOT became a corporate organization under Company Law.In accordance with the regulations upon financial holding corporations, on January 1, 2008, Taiwan Financial Holdings was established on the basis of the share transfer .Meanwhile the Bank has become a subsidiary of Taiwan Financial Holdings. On January 2, 2008 the Bank split its Department of Securities and Department of Life Insurance to organize the other two subsidiaries of Taiwan Financial Holdings, BankTaiwan Securities Co., Ltd. and BankTaiwan Life Insurance Co., Ltd. The current amount of capital of the Bank is ninety-five billions of New Taiwan Dollars.

    During its formative years, the BOT managed the business of the national treasury, issued currency in the Taiwan area, and carried out many of the functions of a central bank. In the early years following the central government's move to Taiwan in 1949, it acted as agent in carrying out most of the functions of the Central Bank of China (CBC), thus giving it a dual character; that of a central bank, as well as a general commercial bank. Following restoration of the CBC in Taiwan in July 1961, however, the BOT switched its primary emphasis to general banking. After the passage of the Local Autonomy Law in July 1994, provincial, county, and city governments were given the right to choose the banks in which to deposit their funds. Faced with competition from other banks, the BOT has been able to rely on its outstanding image and efficiency, which it built up through decades of effort. It has steadfastly adhered to sound operating principles. It is also responsible for the operation of businesses related to the issuance of New Taiwan Dollar currency, the handling of deposits of military and civil servants' retirement funds at preferential interest rates. All of these activities reflect the vital position that the BOT continues to hold within the banking system of Taiwan.

    Throughout the history of Taiwan's economic development, from post-war reconstruction, currency reform, and the implementation of successive economic construction plans to the more recent promotion of key and strategic industry development, the Asia-Pacific Regional Operations Center plan, and B.O.T. (build-operate-transfer) public construction projects, the Bank has at all times offered its opinions for reference in policy-making and has done its utmost to supply funds needed to support the implementation of government policies. It can truly be said that the BOT has made many contributions to economic development in the Taiwan area.

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DBS
DBS
Taipei

DBS Group Holdings Ltd is one of the largest financial services groups in Asia. Listed and headquartered in Singapore, DBS has operations in 18 markets with a network comprising more than 280 branches / outlets. The bank's strong capital position, as well as "AA-" and "Aa1" credit ratings that are among the highest in the Asia-Pacific region, earned it Global Finance's "Safest Bank in Asia" accolade for nine consecutive years, from 2009 to 2017. In 2016, DBS is also named the World’s Best Digital Bank by Euromoney.

As a bank that specialises in Asia, DBS Group leverages its insights, deep understanding of the region and appreciation of local cultures to serve and build lasting relationships with clients.

DBS’ primary markets are in Singapore where it is the nation’s largest bank and Hong Kong where it is a leading player. It will leverage its growing presence in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan to intermediate the increasing trade and investment flows in the Greater China region. DBS is also focused on extending its footprint and facilitating capital flows in fast growing Indonesia and India.
About DBS Taiwan

DBS first established a presence in Taiwan in 1983 and is committed to growing its franchise in Taiwan over 30 years. In 2008, DBS acquired the “good bank assets” of Bowa Bank, giving it significant inroads into Taiwan.
The investment reinforces DBS' Greater China strategy, and enhances the bank's position as a leading provider of financial services in Asia.
With a total of 38 branches in Taiwan; about half of these branches are in Taipei.
DBS Bank (Taiwan) Ltd, a subsidiary of DBS, commenced business in January 2012.
Fitch Ratings has affirmed DBS Bank (Taiwan) Ltd a Long-Term Issuer Default Rating at ‘AA-‘, a Short-Term IDR at ‘F1+’, a National
Long-Term Rating of 'AAA(twn)' and a National Short-Term Rating of 'F1+(twn)'. The outlook is stable.
Moody's Investors Service has assigned A2 long-term local and foreign currency deposit ratings, P-1 short-term local and foreign currency deposit ratings to DBS Bank (Taiwan) Ltd. The ratings outlook is stable.


Key Business Advantages

Focused on Asia, the fastest growing region in the world.
An Asian bank with insights and deep understanding of the ins and outs of doing business with and in Asia.
Connected to the major growth hubs in Northeast Asia, Southeast Asia and South Asia.
DBS Taiwan provides the full range of banking services for companies, SMEs and individuals.
Products include corporate banking services; global financial market services and Consumer Banking, including Treasures.

DBS Songren Branch
(0.6KM)
1F, NO 89, SONGREN ROAD, XINYI DIST, TAIPEI CITY 110, TAIWAN (R.O.C.)
110
Tel: 02-6613-9008
DBS Sinyi Branch (Treasures Private Client Branch)
(0.7KM)
Taipei City, Sinyi District, 32 Songren Road
110
Tel: 02-6612-8017
DBS Chunghsiau Branch
(1.3KM)
Taipei City, 202 Guangfu South Road
106
Tel: 02-6612-8160
DBS Tunnan Branch
(1.7KM)
Taipei City, 26 Dunhua South Road Section 2
106
Tel: 02-6612-8041
DBS Sungshan Branch
(2.4KM)
16F, NO 2, SEC 1, DUNHUA S. ROAD, SONGSHAN DIST, TAIPEI CITY 105, TAIWAN (R.O.C.)
105
Tel: 02-6613-9108
DBS Nanjing East Road Branch
(2.7KM)
Taipei City, 88 Dunhua North Road
105
Tel: 02-6612-8220
DBS Tunbei Branch
(2.7KM)
Taipei City, 88 Dunhua North Road
105
Tel: 02-6612-8220
DBS Zhongshan Branch
(3.8KM)
Taipei City, Zhongshan District, 82 Songjiang Road
104
Tel: 02-6612-4601
DBS Taan Branch
(4KM)
Taipei City, 200 Jinshan South Road Section 2
106
Tel: 02-6612-8135
DBS Huashan Branch
(4.1KM)
1F-1 No.85, Sec. 1, Zhongxiao E. Rd., Jhongjheng Dist., Taipei City 100 Taiwan (R.O.C.)
100
Tel: 02-6612-8311

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HSBC
HSBC
Taipei

Established in Hong Kong and Shanghai in 1865, The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited is the founding and a principal member of the HSBC Group which, with offices in 67 countries and territories is one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organisations. Its original Chinese nickname, “Wayfoong”, translates as ‘focus of wealth’ or ‘abundance of remittances’.

HSBC's presence in Taiwan dates back to 1885 when The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited appointed an agent. A full-service branch was established in Taipei in 1984. In 2007, HSBC acquired one of Taiwan’s leading factoring companies, Chailease Credit Services, and opened a new life insurance company. In March 2008, HSBC acquired the business and operations of The Chinese Bank in Taiwan. In 2009, HSBC obtained approval to set up a local subsidiary in Taiwan - HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited, and began operating through the locally incorporated entity in May 2010 with headquarters in Taipei.

Taiwan plays a key role in HSBC’s Greater China platform and is one of HSBC’s key growth markets in Asia. Our current network comprises 30 outlets. We have branches in all the major cities in Taiwan, including Greater Taipei area, Taoyuan, Hsinchu, Taichung, Tainan, and Kaohsiung.

In addition to providing financial services, HSBC in Taiwan continues to expand its sustainability programmes. The bank focuses on environmental and educational issues through continued investment of resources and participation in public charities to fulfill its responsibilities as a good corporate citizen. To celebrate HSBC Group’s 150th anniversary, we increased our charitable donations to TWD66.8 million in 2016 and donated second-hand office furniture/stationery to seven major charity organisations, which are focused on children and education, environment, and elderly care. These included Guandu Nature Park, Boyo Social Welfare Foundation, Eden Social Welfare Foundation, etc. The bank also encourages employee engagement in volunteer programmes and the bank’s long-term commitment and efforts are highly recognised. In 2016, HSBC Taiwan garnered Excellence in "Best Social Responsibility Award”, given by semi-official Taiwan Academy of Banking and Finance (TABF), for the fourth time that recognises the Bank’s continued corporate sustainability contribution to the environment, underprivileged children and the elderly. HSBC Taiwan is the only international bank in Taiwan winning the award. In 2017, HSBC Taiwan proudly received the prestigious Taiwan’s Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibility Award by Common Wealth Magazine for the seventh consecutive year and topped the international banks operating in Taiwan for four years in a row.
Main subsidiaries
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited

13F-14F, 333 Keelung Road, Sec.1, Taipei 110

Tel: +886 (2) 6633 9000

The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited Taipei Branch

13F, 333 Keelung Road, Sec.1, Taipei 110

Tel: +886 (2) 6631 2988

HSBC Global Asset Management (Taiwan) Limited

24F, 99 Tun Hwa South Road, Sec. 2, Taipei 106

Tel: +886 (2) 2325 7888

Hang Seng Bank

Suite A-1, 12F, 170 Tun Hua North Road, Taipei, 105

Tel: +886 (2) 2713 0123

HSBC Securities (Taiwan) Corporation Limited

13F, 333 Keelung Road, Sec. 1, Taipei 110

Tel: +886 (2) 6631 2899

HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Credit Ratings

Standard & Poor's Taiwan Ratings Corp.
Rating Outlook Rating Outlook
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited Long Term A+ stable twAAA stable
Short Term A-1


twA-1+

Financial documents related to HSBC's activities in Taiwan are available here. Please note, these documents are in local language only. For financial documents related to HSBC Group please visit our investor relations section on our corporate website.
History timeline
1984 Taipei Branch opened
Multinational Corporate Business introduced
1988 HSBC Securities Taiwan established
1989 Kaohsiung Branch opened
Credit Card Acquiring introduced
1991 Custody and Clearing introduced
1993 Local Corporate Business launched
1994 Taichung Branch opened
1995 Credit Card Issuing introduced
1996 Tainan Branch opened
1997 AssetVantage, Mortgages, and PowerVantage launched
1998 Panchiao Branch opened
1999 Taoyuan Branch opened
Insurance Brokerage launched
2000 Chien Kuo Branch opened
Syndicated Loan Business introduced
2001 HSBC Asset Management (Taiwan) Limited established
2002 [email protected] launched
HSBC Premier introduced
2003 Smart Mortgage introduced
2004 Taipei Branch relocated
2005 Agreed with Global Payments Inc. to establish a joint venture
Global Payments Asia Pacific Limited Taiwan Branch
2006 Launched HSBC Direct, Taiwan's first Direct Banking services
2007 Acquired Chailease Credit Services Co., Ltd.
Established HSBC Life (International) Limited Taiwan Branch
Announced the acquisition of the assets, liabilities and operations of The Chinese Bank
2008 Completed the acquisition of the business and operations of The Chinese Bank.
HSBC’s island-wide branch network has increased from eight to 34.
2009 HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited established
2010 HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited began operations
HSBC Advance introduced
2011 HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited received “The Best Issuer” award
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited won Second Place in the Foreign Enterprises Category in 2011 Taiwan’s Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibility Award by CommonWealth Magazine
HSBC Securities Taiwan Corporation Limited named Fourth Top Broker in Overall Sales Services, and Third Place in Sales Trading in 2011 Asiamoney Brokers Poll
2012 HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited launched FundMax investment platform
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited completes the first RMB syndicate facility in Taiwan’s corporate lending market
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited received “Social Responsibility Award” for two consecutive years
HSBC enters life insurance distribution agreement with Allianz in Asia.
Allianz agrees to purchase Taiwan branch of HSBC Life (International) Ltd
2013 The 46th branch – Luchou Branch opened demonstrating HSBC’s commitment and determination
to deepen our market presence in Taiwan
HSBC Asset Management (Taiwan) Limited received the QFII approval
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited was awarded the Best Foreign Retail Bank in Taiwan
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) acted as Financial Advisor to the first RMB bond issued by a Chinese bank in Taiwan
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limted completed the first cross-border RMB remittance
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited Received 2014 Taiwan’s Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibility Award by CommonWealth Magazine for third straight year
HSBC Securities Taiwan Corporation Limited winning three awards – Best Overall Sales Services, Best Execution, and Best In Sales Trading – in 2013 Asiamoney Brokers Poll
2014 HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited named “The Best Foreign Retail Bank in Taiwan” by > for two consecutive years
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited named Best Subcustodian Bank in Taiwan” by The Asset’s Triple A Awards for two consecutive years
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited received 2014 Taiwan’s Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibility Award by CommonWealth Magazine for fourth straight year, the only international bank in Taiwan receiving the award in 2014
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited received honor mention of “Best Corporate Social Responsibility Award” by the Taiwan Academy of Banking and Finance (TABF), the only international bank in Taiwan receiving the award in 2014
2015 HSBC Bank (Taiwan) awarded the First Prize for Happy Enterprise Award in the 11th CSR Award by Global Views Magazine for its efforts to build “The Best Place To Work”, making it the only financial institution winning the top award
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) named “Gold Medal in International Banks in Taiwan” and “The Best Customer Centre” in the The Best Service In Taiwan Award by Commercial Times, making it the only company receiving two major awards in the year
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited named “Best Subcustodian Bank in Taiwan” by The Asset’s Triple A Awards for three consecutive years
HSBC Taiwan received Taiwan’s Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibility award for the fifth consecutive year, and is the only international bank in Taiwan honoured with the award
HSBC was in the first batch of international banks that facilitated pilot cross-border lending for a Taiwanese company based in the Kunshan Deepen Cross-Strait Industrial Cooperation Experimental Zones
HSBC named the Best Bond House in Taiwan by The Asset
HSBC Taiwan awarded Best International Bank Image – Quality Award by Wealth Magazine
2016 Funds of HSBC Asset Management Taiwan won recognition of six major awards from Lipper, Morning Star and Bloomber-TFF Best Fund Awards
HSBC Asset Management Taiwan named Triple A Award “2016 Best Overseas Asset Management Company in Taiwan” by The Asset
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited launched upgraded Cash Rebate Infinite Card that provides better benefits to customers
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) named “Gold Medal in International Banks in Taiwan” by Commercial Times, the only international bank winning the recognition for two consecutive years
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited won the prestigious Taiwan’s Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibility Award by Common Wealth Magazine for the sixth consecutive year and was ranked No.1 amongst international banks in Taiwan for third year in a row
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited received an honor of Sports Enterprise certificate from Sports Administration. The government’s recognition highlighted the Bank’s years of efforts to encourage sports and to build a healthy enterprise
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) launched Portfolio Allocation Service to help customers manage portfolio and diversify risks in a smarter way
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited obtained recognition of Golden Merchant Award’s Outstanding Foreign Firm given by the General Chamber of Commerce of R.O.C for the Bank’s commitment in Taiwan market for over three decades, contribution to promoting investment and employment, as well as supporting commercial development in the market
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited received the honor of 2016 Excellence in "Best Social Responsibility Award”, given by semi-official Taiwan Academy of Banking and Finance (TABF), for the fourth time that recognises the Bank’s continued corporate sustainability contribution to the environment, underprivileged children and the elderly. HSBC Taiwan is the only international bank in Taiwan winning the award in 2016
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited named Triple A Award “2016 The Best Global Bond House in Taiwan” by The Asset
HSBC Bank (Taiwan) Limited awarded Best International Bank Image – Quality Award by Wealth Magazine for second straight year
2017 HSBC Taiwan was awarded the “2017 Triple A Best Renminbi Bank – Taiwan” by The Assets to recognize HSBC Taiwan’s capability in Renminbi service and products
HSBC Taiwan won the “Best Corporate Bond deal“ at The Asset Triple A Asset Country Awards 2016 for the USD1bn dual-tranche 5 and 10-year Reg S senior unsecured bond offering from Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd.
HSBC Taiwan was named the Best Sub-custodian in Taiwan by The Asset Triple A’s “Asset Servicing, Fund Management and Investors Awards 2017”
China Central Depository & Clearing (CDC) awarded HBTW as ‘Excellent Overseas Institutional Investors’ of 2017 China Bond Excellent Members Annual Awards
HSBC Taiwan received the "Best Social Responsibility Award“ from Taiwan Academy of Banking and Finance (TABF) for the fourth consecutive times
HSBC Taiwan won the 2017 Excellence in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Award from Common Wealth Magazine for the seventh consecutive year
HSBC Taiwan was awarded "Excellent Green Purchasing Enterprise and Organization" by the Environmental Protection Department of the Taipei City Government

For details about HSBC’s global operations, Group board members and financial results, go to our corporate website. Please note that this is English only.

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用香甜潤澤的西瓜, 與無麩質米蛋糕作為結合, 清涼豐沛均衡一下體內的燥氣, 夏天就要大口吃西瓜。 週末限量甜點: 1.瓜綿似錦-西瓜無麩米蛋糕 2.胭脂-火龍果佐苦甜巧克力香緹 3.老奶奶的回憶-檸檬糖霜米蛋糕 4.東道主-台茶18號茶香布丁 5.稻田圈-Q彈米香甜甜圈 6.東家三重奏-重乳酪起士蛋糕 內用一杯你外帶不走的人情溫度, 來東家,找尋屬於你的Corner Bar。 #東咖啡 #dongcoffee #coffeefanscorner #不限時咖啡廳 #台北咖啡 #麟光 #和平青鳥 #手沖咖啡 #咖啡 #手作甜點 #無麩質蛋糕 #無麩質 #西瓜蛋糕 #台湾カフェ #台北カフェ #コーヒーショップ #デザート #taiwancafe #taipeicafe #Coffee #coffeetime #coffeelover #coffeelike #coffeenclothes #dessert #dessertlove #glutenfree #glutenfreecake #taipei #linguang
Taipei added 1 medium
2019-08-03T03:42:49+02:00
Glimpse of Yehliu! #taiwan #taipei #travel #台灣 #台北 #instagood #photography #台湾 #love #life #foodie #ootd #food #art #like4like #台南 #fashion #高雄 #iseetaiwan #instadaily #YehliuPhotos
Taipei added 1 medium
2019-08-03T03:37:52+02:00
終於要暫別這座最熟悉的城市#taipei 四年來遇到的同學朋友鄰居都非常棒 走的時候樓下管理員和我握手祝前路一切順利 祝所有人都能一帆風順,roc國泰民安 聖誕見❤️
Taipei added 1 medium
2019-08-03T03:36:52+02:00
. ✈️Good morning ☀️ 🏖️👙 #instcoffee #instcake #likephoto #likeplease #like4like #like4follow #likeforlike #likeforfollow #instalike #instaphoto #instagood #ootd #taipei #taiwan
Taipei added 1 medium
2019-08-03T03:34:01+02:00
전날밤 유난히 더 설렜던 😆😆 연초에 티켓팅하고 민구랑 7개월을 기다린 여!름!휴!가!!!!!!! 뿌시고오자 발!리!🏝 히히히히히히하하하ㅏ하롤호로 그전에 대만들러서 곱창국수먹고 가실께요오 🥢 . . #발리#발리여행#여름휴가#summer#vacation #강제힐링#대만#대만여행#여차하면눌러있다올까바 #떠나요#중화항공#김해공항#여행스타그램#bali#taipei#skypriority
Taipei added 1 medium
2018-07-13T17:28:21+02:00
🌅 家對面就是海真棒 每年暑假必來 #20180713 #台北 #白沙灣 #海邊 #沙灘 #陽光 #taipei #taiwan #beach #sea #sunshine #summer #travel #ootd #wiwt #instagood #photooftheday
Taipei added 1 medium
2019-08-04T03:37:10+02:00
永遠不要因為別人的眼光去改變自己 每個人都是那最獨特的 - 攸的眉上瀏海復古捲✨ 就是要那麼Q那麼有個人特色 茫茫人海中一眼就能發現閃閃發亮活潑可愛的攸女孩 - 我是林安 與你一起量身訂做 專屬於你的髮型髮色🌻 喜歡我的作品也歡迎線上討論唷 . - 更多的作品 ➡️ #安緹思 _ 🏠台北市松山區民權東路三段106巷21弄 ✉️LINE : @bug4046p #genic西華店 #中山國中捷運站 #染髮 #燙髮 #護髮 #造型 #頭皮養護 #孕婦染髮 #haircolor #hairperm #taipei #hairstyle #髮型師 #髮型 #台北 #美容室 #パーマ #攝影 #ヘアスタイル #髮色 #ヘアセット #ヘアアレンジ #ヘアカラー #カラー #グラデーション #ミニボブ #ブリーチ #サロンモデルしたい
Taipei added 1 medium
2019-08-04T03:35:40+02:00
每天都睡不飽的感覺😕 #lovely #dog #dogs #doggy #love #lovemydog #犬 #いぬ #cute #puppy #dogsofinsta #white #かわいい #life #yolo #日常 #selfie #photography #屋米 #うみ #博美 #petsagram #dogsagram #taiwan #taipei #cute #smile #sleep

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Promoting responsible energy use - Taipei Times

Since the Renewable Energy Development Act (再生能源發展條例) was amended in April, Article 12 — also known as the “major electricity consumer clause” — has become key to boosting the nation’s renewable energy development by requiring that major electricity consumers use a certain amount of renewable energy.

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Police to monitor vehicular speeds in Ziqiang Tunnel - Taipei Times

Point-to-point speed measurement is to be enforced in Taipei’s Ziqiang Tunnel (自強隧道) from Sept. 1 and those found exceeding 60kph in the tunnel could be fined between NT$1,600 and NT$24,000, the Taipei City Police Department said on Tuesday.

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MRT joint development projects lead property uptick - Taipei Times

MRT joint development projects in northern Taiwan could reach NT$15.5 billion (US$493.6 million) this year, the first time since 2009 that the number could surpass the NT$10 billion mark, on the back of a gradual, but steady recovery in the market, the Chinese-language Housing Monthly reported yesterday.

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