Podcast: Taiwan Report News Brief (04-04-2020) Older drivers and love from Italy

Coronavirus news, including more details on subsidies for businesses and the announcement if you don’t wear your mask on public transportation, you’re going to get hit with a hefty fine. With the nation facing a driver shortage, the government is moving to lift the 65 age cap on drivers of heavy vehicles, with some conditions. […]

Video: Taiwan Report News Brief (04-04-2020) Older drivers and love from Italy

Coronavirus news, including more details on subsidies for businesses and the announcement if you don’t wear your mask on public transportation, you’re going to get hit with a hefty fine. With the nation facing a driver shortage, the government is moving to lift the 65 age cap on drivers of heavy vehicles, with some conditions. […]

WHO ethical principles (slightly revised Taiwan edition)

This is a slightly edited version of the WHO ethical principles as applies to Taiwan. Original is here. As a specialized agency of the UN system, WHO is firmly committed to the following ethical principles: Integrity: To behave in accordance with ethical principles, and act in good faith, intellectual honesty and fairness. Unless the people involved […]

Video: Taiwan Report News Brief (03-14-2020) Everybody must get stoned.

KMT lawmaker Wu Sz-huai reportedly tries to get hands on classified military documents, but the press gets it wrong. A new suicide law spurs debate of health versus freedom of the press, the NPP, TPP and the KMT unite against the DPP over land law but the DPP’s majority shuts them down, travel ban may […]