• Taipei protesters object to China deal

    After a fortnight of sit ins and protests by students against a trade deal between Taiwan and China, hundreds of thousands of people marched against the deal and in support of the students, displaying the deep antipathy many in Taiwan feel about the country's relationship with China. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube; http://goo.gl/vUQx5k Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes

    published: 31 Mar 2014
  • What's the Deal with Mandarin Spoken in Taiwan and in China.

    This video is about the differences between Taiwanese Mandarin and Chinese Mandarin. Don't worry, they're about 95% percent the same, (made up statistic). See the class notes blog for more info: Watch this short video by the guys from "Off the Great Wall" for a quick run through of some of the differences: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cm7mCmncbvA

    published: 02 Oct 2013
  • Deal could be in place to sell Mandarin Oriental, Taipei to Shanghai enterprise

    There are rumors that the ultra-luxury Mandarin Oriental, Taipei has been sold to a Shanghai-based enterprise for NT$48 billion. If the sale is completed, it would pose another challenge to Taiwan-based tourism enterprises that hope to earn revenues from Chinese tourists. For the opening of the Mandarin Oriental, Taipei, actress Brigitte Lin specially came to cut the ribbon. Built on the site of the former Mandarina Crown Hotel, the Mandarin Oriental features a NT$600,000 a night presidential suite that targets wealthy Chinese visitors. The timing of the hotel’s apparent sale, before implementation next year of new rules governing capital gains taxes on property, will allow the new owners to benefit from lower tax rates should they choose to re-sell. By completing the deal in Hong Kong, th...

    published: 23 Jun 2015
  • Why China And Taiwan Hate Each Other

    China & Hong Kong: http://testu.be/1rMbVRb China & Tibet: http://testu.be/1IwXk3N Subscribe! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml Since 1949, both Taiwan's government and Mainland China's government,...

    published: 04 May 2015
  • Taipei to deal with younger Gou when negotiating Syntrend Creative Park project

    Since taking office last month Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je has focused much of his energy on renegotiating what he feels are unfair terms for major BOT projects. One of the biggest battles has been between Ko and Hon Hai Group Chairman Terry Gou over the Syntrend Creative Park. But with responsibility for the park actually residing with a Hon Hai subsidiary led by Gou’s son, Ko has decided that the city would be better served by dealing with the son, not the elder tycoon. With work on the Syntrend Park suspended, Ko has decided that the best course of action would be to avoid Terry Gou.Ko Wen-jeTaipei MayorThe boss is actually Gou Shou-cheng, and Terry Gou is his father. I believe what happened is the father was too invested in the project and ended up causing some problems. When handling this ...

    published: 25 Jan 2015
  • Taipei Luxury and Budget Shopping

    Last week, Steve stopped for a few days in his home city of Taipei, Taiwan on his way to a conference in Singapore. When Steve is in Taipei it is impossible to keep him from doing a little shopping and a lot of eating. In this video Steve takes you from a very exclusive Louis Vuitton shop at the Regent Hotel in Taipei that only sells LV trucks to two of Taipei's most popular budget skin care stores. Contact information for Teddy and NuSkin: https://www.facebook.com/bohui.chen?pnref=story Steve Jan Social Networks Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MrJanAllInOne Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrJanAllInOne Blog: http://www.mrjanallinone.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/mrjanallinone Email Steve Jan at: mrjanallinone@gmail.com

    published: 21 Sep 2016
  • Crazy American rants on Taipei metro train, tells Taiwanese: 'you're all pieces of sh*t!'

    Video of a middle-aged foreign man hurling insults at commuters on a Taipei train is going viral there. The video, originally uploaded to Facebook, has already received thousands of views and comments and has appeared on local news sites. The man, who tells the appalled crowd he's an American, appears to brag about his superiority and importance. It's not clear exactly what set him off or what happened before filming began. Just in case his message isn't getting though, he switches into broken Mandarin Chinese. Translation: "You are all pigs!" "They feel I am important because I'm an American!", and "President Ma is a worm" among other randomness. Online comments from Taiwanese mainly expressed concern with the lack of security, with the memory of a deadly stabbing attack last year s...

    published: 21 Apr 2015
  • The BEST Way to Find an APARTMENT in Taiwan!

    In this video I go over how you, as a non Mandarin speaker, can find & rent an apartment in Taiwan, what to expect in terms of size & price & I offer up a few tips & negotiating techniques to bring down the rent & to ensure that you are getting a good deal. I also touch on how to locate a suitable apartment without the help of a realtor. If you enjoyed this video, please SUBSCRIBE, SHARE & LIKE Support me on PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/thisistaiwan INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/this_is_tai_wan/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/nathanintaiwan/ Music: Finding Movement by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100693 A...

    published: 06 Sep 2016
  • Learning Chinese in Taiwan - American Student's 4th Day in Taipei

    It was an incredibly fun day touring around Taipei with Michael, the Chinese learning student from Dallas, Texas. My feet were pretty much unfunctional the next day after 7 hours of walking, but it was definitely worthwhile. As a responsible tour guide, I showed him both sides of Taiwan from the over-populated city to the suburban tranquility in Maokong. I also attempted to brew tea following the instruction manual, and I think the result was self-evident. For more information, please visit: National Taiwan Normal University Mandarin Training Center http://mtc.ntnu.edu.tw/eng/ #TaiwanExpat #LearnChineseinTaiwan #StudyChinese #TravelTaipei This video is filmed with #Canon #G7X Mark II and edited via Adobe Premiere Pro. Audio Credits "Open Those Bright Eyes" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.co...

    published: 26 Aug 2017
  • Travelers go deal hunting at Taipei Tourism Expo

    The Taipei Tourism Expo is underway at the Taipei World Trade Center. Among the trips on offer is a singles journey to Korea geared toward travelers searching for love. When the doors of the Taipei Tourism Expo opened at 10 am today, an influx of people entered in search of deals offered by local governments, foreign and domestic tourism bureaus, travel agencies, restaurants and hotels."There are trips and restaurant coupons. I'd like to bring my children to the Disney resorts on the US west coast, along with the Grand Canyon and Yosemite. As for domestic restaurants, I'd like to get coupons for the Howard and Fullon hotels."Among the best deals on offer is a three-day, two-night tour to Hong Kong for just NT$5,000, and a five-day, five-night trip to Japan for NT$10,000, tax inclusive. Dom...

    published: 25 May 2014
  • What is Chinese Taipei? What's the difference between Chinese and Taiwanese?

    If you wonder what is Chinese Taipei or What's the difference between Chinese and Taiwanese? I hope this video could help you! I personally believe that Taiwan is an independent country!

    published: 14 Mar 2013
  • Taiwanese Girls Vs Mainland Chinese Girls

    Taiwanese Girls Vs Mainland Chinese Girls Candice(Chinese) & Beya(Taiwanese)share their differences &similarities with Wodemaya..Very Funny,entertaining and educative video..Hope u enjoy!! SUPPORT ME ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/wode_maya FOLLOW WODEMAYA ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/mrghanababy/ FOLLOW BEYA ON INSTGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/beyalee/ FOLLOW CANDICE ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/candicezhuo/ WODEMAYA'S FACEBOOK PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/Wodemaya99/

    published: 25 Sep 2017
  • To Taipei I Go! | 我要去台北了!

    I went to Taipei for my cousin's wedding and decided to spend a few extra days there for a workcation. I've been to Taipei in the past but always with family, so this was my first time visiting Taipei purely as a tourist. In this vlog I fly to Taipei from Shanghai on the low-cost carrier Spring Airlines, get a SIM card, look for my capsule hotel, and got what I believe was an incorrect order at a cafe due to miscommunication but no big deal. This is Part 1 of my vlog!

    published: 19 Jul 2017
  • COSTCO Chaos in Taipei!

    I've only visited a metro COSTCO in USA, so to visit a full sized suburban COSTCO in Taipei was really eye opening - its a different shopping experience to Australia and New Zealand, so it's good to understand how the western influence for bulk shopping is impacting the Asia market. Families will shop with large trolleys in a fortnightly or monthly shop, and then buy smaller items from convenience stores during the week. There are tens of thousands of convenience stores across Taiwan, so accessing this market as well as the large scale supermarkets is essential for getting FMCG products to consumers.

    published: 03 Sep 2017
  • 1994 Taipei Mayoral Debate (4): How to deal with Taipei's massive debt?

    I feel like this discussion of wasted funds and land values could've happened yesterday. If the captions don't load, click on the second box from the left in the bottom right-hand corner.

    published: 12 Jan 2015
  • Taipei and Farglory agree to revise contract on Taipei Dome

    Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je and Farglory Land Development Chairman Chao Teng-hsiung met Wednesday night to deal with problems related to the Taipei Dome. The two agreed to adjust the project’s contract, and Chao pledged to finish the project, which was supposed to be completed in June 2014, by the end of this year. Ko Wen-jeTaipei MayorFarglory was also very satisfied because he asked us to help solve some problems, including the problem of moving trees from Guangfu South Rd. and Zhongxiao East Rd., and we solved them one by one.Saying Farglory was very satisfied with Wednesday’s meeting, Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je explained why the Taipei Dome contract had to be revised. Ko Wen-jeTaipei MayorRevising the contract. I felt there were many unreasonable terms, like zero development rights fees, zero o...

    published: 23 Jan 2015
  • #Taipei is the city closest to Western values in the Chinese world

    Ko Wen-je, mayor of the capital of Taiwan, visited Brussels on Wednesday and became the first Taiwanese mayor who spoke publicly at the European Parliament. During his brief speech, he tried to build bonds with the EU by stressing the progressive values of Taiwan. "Taipei is a city that incorporates progressive Western values into a Chinese society, and we stick to these values, which are democracy, freedom, diversity, openness, human rights, rule of laws and sustainability," Ko said. Taiwan is to become the first country in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage in less than 2 years, after the ruling of its constitutional court in May 2017 in favour of gay couples' unions. Ko especially emphasized the freedom of speech in Taiwan. Last year, Reporters Without Borders opened its first Asian...

    published: 01 Feb 2018
  • Taiwan: Taipei clashes over China trade deal

    W/S Police and protesters clashing in Taipei W/S Police and protesters clashing W/S Police and protesters clashing W/S Police, protesters and media W/S Protesters with Taiwanese flags W/S Protesters with Taiwanese flags W/S Protesters W/S Police and protesters clashing M/S Protesters W/S Police and protesters W/S Police detaining a man W/S Police on the move W/S A police officer W/S Taipei, Taiwan SCRIPT Taiwan: Taipei clashes over China trade deal Protests broke Tuesday in the Taiwanese capital of Taipei, as students and others opposed to a trade deal with China clashed with police. The clashes come two days after more than 100,000 people thronged through the streets of Taipei. Known as the "sunflower movement," the protests began roughly two weeks ago when a trade bill w...

    published: 02 Apr 2014
  • Alpha Protocol (37) Taipei: Deal with the Triads

    Looks like we have to earn the trust of another person. Like this video: hit the thumbs up button to help me out. Leave comments if you enjoy some part of the video or to help others. Subscribe to be informed when more daily videos are uploaded. www.youtube.com/drunkencommando for more playthroughs with reactive commentary Find me on Twitter @DrunkenNando for updated videos and gaming thoughts

    published: 04 Dec 2013
  • Government clamps down on Chinese ad in Taipei

    Beijing’s state-run China Central Television has been forced to remove an outdoor ad in Taipei after airing it without receiving prior approval. The ad rankled Taipei pedestrians, who particularly took issue with the name of the program being advertised: “Trust in China.” China has been engaging in what some see as “United Front” tactics in Taiwan. The latest move was a big screen ad on a busy street corner in Taipei for a new CCTV program. Its closing frame highlighting the program’s name – “Trust in China” – was not appreciated by passers-by. Any Chinese program or ad broadcast in Taiwan must first be approved by the Ministry of Culture, and in this case, the ad violated the law. Chiu Chui-chengMainland Affairs Council Spokesman The new program has yet to be approved, so related ads...

    published: 05 Jan 2018
  • Taiwan: Taipei clashes continue over China trade deal

    Protests continued Tuesday in the Taiwanese capital of Taipei, as students and others opposed to a trade deal with China clashed with police. The clashes come two days after more than 100,000 people thronged through the streets of Taipei. Known as the "sunflower movement," the protests began roughly two weeks ago when a trade bill was pushed through the parliamentary review process without bipartisan discussion. Students stormed the parliament building, known as the Legislative Yuan, and have occupied the main chamber for 14 days, resisting attempted police raids by piling entrances with furniture. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Google Plus: http://plus.google.com/111498286331086224967 Instagram: http...

    published: 01 Apr 2014
  • 2016 0226 Fish Auction in the first Taipei Fish Market, Taiwan

    An illustration of how the deal is done between the buyers and sellers via computerized auction program in the first Taipei Fish Market, the biggest one in Taipei.

    published: 04 Mar 2016
  • Alpha Protocol (45) Taipei: The Subway Deal

    Stopping the espionage deal in the subway station Like this video: hit the thumbs up button to help me out. Leave comments if you enjoy some part of the video or to help others. Subscribe to be informed when more daily videos are uploaded. www.youtube.com/drunkencommando for more playthroughs with reactive commentary Find me on Twitter @DrunkenNando for updated videos and gaming thoughts

    published: 11 Dec 2013
  • 《taipei times》 hon hai seals deal to build flat-panel plant in wisconsin - 自由時報電子報

    published: 11 Nov 2017
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Taipei protesters object to China deal

Taipei protesters object to China deal

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After a fortnight of sit ins and protests by students against a trade deal between Taiwan and China, hundreds of thousands of people marched against the deal and in support of the students, displaying the deep antipathy many in Taiwan feel about the country's relationship with China. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube; http://goo.gl/vUQx5k Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
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What's the Deal with  Mandarin Spoken in Taiwan and in China.

What's the Deal with Mandarin Spoken in Taiwan and in China.

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This video is about the differences between Taiwanese Mandarin and Chinese Mandarin. Don't worry, they're about 95% percent the same, (made up statistic). See the class notes blog for more info: Watch this short video by the guys from "Off the Great Wall" for a quick run through of some of the differences: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cm7mCmncbvA
https://wn.com/What's_The_Deal_With_Mandarin_Spoken_In_Taiwan_And_In_China.
Deal could be in place to sell Mandarin Oriental, Taipei to Shanghai enterprise

Deal could be in place to sell Mandarin Oriental, Taipei to Shanghai enterprise

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There are rumors that the ultra-luxury Mandarin Oriental, Taipei has been sold to a Shanghai-based enterprise for NT$48 billion. If the sale is completed, it would pose another challenge to Taiwan-based tourism enterprises that hope to earn revenues from Chinese tourists. For the opening of the Mandarin Oriental, Taipei, actress Brigitte Lin specially came to cut the ribbon. Built on the site of the former Mandarina Crown Hotel, the Mandarin Oriental features a NT$600,000 a night presidential suite that targets wealthy Chinese visitors. The timing of the hotel’s apparent sale, before implementation next year of new rules governing capital gains taxes on property, will allow the new owners to benefit from lower tax rates should they choose to re-sell. By completing the deal in Hong Kong, the two sides benefit from added privacy.Huang Shih-tsungFinancial AnalystThe main consideration is that it prevents checking the identity of the buyer. If the two sides sign a confidentiality agreement in Hong Kong then no such report is needed.Annual tourism output value in Taiwan exceeds NT$370 billion. Hong Kong-based Carnival Group International Holdings, which has extensive mainland Chinese capital behind it, was rumored to be interested in buying E-Da Theme Park and two hotels for NT$4.7 billion.Huang Shih-tsungFinancial AnalystMainland Chinese and Hong Kong capital can benefit from a form of tourism-related vertical integration. When their tourists arrive here, the hotels they stay in, the duty free shops they frequent and even the landmarks they visit are decided by these financial interests. Taiwan’s earnings are very limited.The arrival of Chinese capital is posing a challenge to the Taiwan government’s interest in keeping tourism dollars in Taiwan.
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Why China And Taiwan Hate Each Other

Why China And Taiwan Hate Each Other

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China & Hong Kong: http://testu.be/1rMbVRb China & Tibet: http://testu.be/1IwXk3N Subscribe! http://bitly.com/1iLOHml Since 1949, both Taiwan's government and Mainland China's government,...
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Taipei to deal with younger Gou when negotiating Syntrend Creative Park project

Taipei to deal with younger Gou when negotiating Syntrend Creative Park project

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Since taking office last month Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je has focused much of his energy on renegotiating what he feels are unfair terms for major BOT projects. One of the biggest battles has been between Ko and Hon Hai Group Chairman Terry Gou over the Syntrend Creative Park. But with responsibility for the park actually residing with a Hon Hai subsidiary led by Gou’s son, Ko has decided that the city would be better served by dealing with the son, not the elder tycoon. With work on the Syntrend Park suspended, Ko has decided that the best course of action would be to avoid Terry Gou.Ko Wen-jeTaipei MayorThe boss is actually Gou Shou-cheng, and Terry Gou is his father. I believe what happened is the father was too invested in the project and ended up causing some problems. When handling this case in the future, we will directly seek Mr. Gou Shou-cheng.Gou Shou-cheng was at city hall yesterday for a regular meeting between his company and the Taipei Department of Finance. It was the 27th meeting between the two sides, and the first that Gou Shou-cheng attended.Ko Wen-jeTaipei MayorYesterday was only a preliminary meeting with the head of the Department of Finance. It involved finding the most effective means of integrating Syntrend with the Guanghua Digital Plaza and the entire Bade shopping zone. Today, a designated task force will handle matters related to Syntrend. The convener will be the finance head. When we’re ready, we will directly seek Gou Shou-cheng for discussions.Ko likewise will assign task forces to handle other disputed land development cases, including those related to the Songshan Cultural and Creative Park and the Farglory Taipei Dome project.
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Taipei Luxury and Budget Shopping

Taipei Luxury and Budget Shopping

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Last week, Steve stopped for a few days in his home city of Taipei, Taiwan on his way to a conference in Singapore. When Steve is in Taipei it is impossible to keep him from doing a little shopping and a lot of eating. In this video Steve takes you from a very exclusive Louis Vuitton shop at the Regent Hotel in Taipei that only sells LV trucks to two of Taipei's most popular budget skin care stores. Contact information for Teddy and NuSkin: https://www.facebook.com/bohui.chen?pnref=story Steve Jan Social Networks Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MrJanAllInOne Twitter: https://twitter.com/MrJanAllInOne Blog: http://www.mrjanallinone.com Instagram: http://instagram.com/mrjanallinone Email Steve Jan at: mrjanallinone@gmail.com
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Crazy American rants on Taipei metro train, tells Taiwanese: 'you're all pieces of sh*t!'

Crazy American rants on Taipei metro train, tells Taiwanese: 'you're all pieces of sh*t!'

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Video of a middle-aged foreign man hurling insults at commuters on a Taipei train is going viral there. The video, originally uploaded to Facebook, has already received thousands of views and comments and has appeared on local news sites. The man, who tells the appalled crowd he's an American, appears to brag about his superiority and importance. It's not clear exactly what set him off or what happened before filming began. Just in case his message isn't getting though, he switches into broken Mandarin Chinese. Translation: "You are all pigs!" "They feel I am important because I'm an American!", and "President Ma is a worm" among other randomness. Online comments from Taiwanese mainly expressed concern with the lack of security, with the memory of a deadly stabbing attack last year still fresh. From foreigners in Taiwan, comments mostly expressed their embarrassment. Some commenters also pointed to Taiwan's friendly demeanor toward Westerners which, some say, allow them to feel entitled to disregard rules and behavioural norms. ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: http://us.tomonews.net Check out our Android app: http://bit.ly/1rddhCj Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Crying dog breaks the internet’s heart — but this sad dog story has a happy ending" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4prKTN9bYQc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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The BEST Way to Find an APARTMENT in Taiwan!

The BEST Way to Find an APARTMENT in Taiwan!

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In this video I go over how you, as a non Mandarin speaker, can find & rent an apartment in Taiwan, what to expect in terms of size & price & I offer up a few tips & negotiating techniques to bring down the rent & to ensure that you are getting a good deal. I also touch on how to locate a suitable apartment without the help of a realtor. If you enjoyed this video, please SUBSCRIBE, SHARE & LIKE Support me on PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/thisistaiwan INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/this_is_tai_wan/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/nathanintaiwan/ Music: Finding Movement by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100693 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Occupy The Dance Floor by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/
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Learning Chinese in Taiwan - American Student's 4th Day in Taipei

Learning Chinese in Taiwan - American Student's 4th Day in Taipei

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It was an incredibly fun day touring around Taipei with Michael, the Chinese learning student from Dallas, Texas. My feet were pretty much unfunctional the next day after 7 hours of walking, but it was definitely worthwhile. As a responsible tour guide, I showed him both sides of Taiwan from the over-populated city to the suburban tranquility in Maokong. I also attempted to brew tea following the instruction manual, and I think the result was self-evident. For more information, please visit: National Taiwan Normal University Mandarin Training Center http://mtc.ntnu.edu.tw/eng/ #TaiwanExpat #LearnChineseinTaiwan #StudyChinese #TravelTaipei This video is filmed with #Canon #G7X Mark II and edited via Adobe Premiere Pro. Audio Credits "Open Those Bright Eyes" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Also, follow me on Ask a Question or Talk to Me 🌈 @irisvirusvlog (twitter.com/irisvirusvlog) Snippets of Video Previews 🌈 @irisvirusvlogger (instagram.com/irisvirusvlogger) Gain an Insight Into My life 🌈 @IrisViruss (plus.google.com/u/0/+IrisViruss) Multi-lingual? Help others understand this video with your translation 👉🏼 http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCsOgiszNTETJdsyMBNRqF_A
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Travelers go deal hunting at Taipei Tourism Expo

Travelers go deal hunting at Taipei Tourism Expo

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The Taipei Tourism Expo is underway at the Taipei World Trade Center. Among the trips on offer is a singles journey to Korea geared toward travelers searching for love. When the doors of the Taipei Tourism Expo opened at 10 am today, an influx of people entered in search of deals offered by local governments, foreign and domestic tourism bureaus, travel agencies, restaurants and hotels."There are trips and restaurant coupons. I'd like to bring my children to the Disney resorts on the US west coast, along with the Grand Canyon and Yosemite. As for domestic restaurants, I'd like to get coupons for the Howard and Fullon hotels."Among the best deals on offer is a three-day, two-night tour to Hong Kong for just NT$5,000, and a five-day, five-night trip to Japan for NT$10,000, tax inclusive. Dom
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What is Chinese Taipei? What's the difference between Chinese and Taiwanese?

What is Chinese Taipei? What's the difference between Chinese and Taiwanese?

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If you wonder what is Chinese Taipei or What's the difference between Chinese and Taiwanese? I hope this video could help you! I personally believe that Taiwan is an independent country!
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Taiwanese Girls Vs Mainland Chinese Girls

Taiwanese Girls Vs Mainland Chinese Girls

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Taiwanese Girls Vs Mainland Chinese Girls Candice(Chinese) & Beya(Taiwanese)share their differences &similarities with Wodemaya..Very Funny,entertaining and educative video..Hope u enjoy!! SUPPORT ME ON PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/wode_maya FOLLOW WODEMAYA ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/mrghanababy/ FOLLOW BEYA ON INSTGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/beyalee/ FOLLOW CANDICE ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/candicezhuo/ WODEMAYA'S FACEBOOK PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/Wodemaya99/
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To Taipei I Go! | 我要去台北了!

To Taipei I Go! | 我要去台北了!

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  • Updated: 19 Jul 2017
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I went to Taipei for my cousin's wedding and decided to spend a few extra days there for a workcation. I've been to Taipei in the past but always with family, so this was my first time visiting Taipei purely as a tourist. In this vlog I fly to Taipei from Shanghai on the low-cost carrier Spring Airlines, get a SIM card, look for my capsule hotel, and got what I believe was an incorrect order at a cafe due to miscommunication but no big deal. This is Part 1 of my vlog!
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COSTCO Chaos in Taipei!

COSTCO Chaos in Taipei!

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  • Updated: 03 Sep 2017
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I've only visited a metro COSTCO in USA, so to visit a full sized suburban COSTCO in Taipei was really eye opening - its a different shopping experience to Australia and New Zealand, so it's good to understand how the western influence for bulk shopping is impacting the Asia market. Families will shop with large trolleys in a fortnightly or monthly shop, and then buy smaller items from convenience stores during the week. There are tens of thousands of convenience stores across Taiwan, so accessing this market as well as the large scale supermarkets is essential for getting FMCG products to consumers.
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1994 Taipei Mayoral Debate (4): How to deal with Taipei's massive debt?

1994 Taipei Mayoral Debate (4): How to deal with Taipei's massive debt?

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I feel like this discussion of wasted funds and land values could've happened yesterday. If the captions don't load, click on the second box from the left in the bottom right-hand corner.
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Taipei and Farglory agree to revise contract on Taipei Dome

Taipei and Farglory agree to revise contract on Taipei Dome

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Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je and Farglory Land Development Chairman Chao Teng-hsiung met Wednesday night to deal with problems related to the Taipei Dome. The two agreed to adjust the project’s contract, and Chao pledged to finish the project, which was supposed to be completed in June 2014, by the end of this year. Ko Wen-jeTaipei MayorFarglory was also very satisfied because he asked us to help solve some problems, including the problem of moving trees from Guangfu South Rd. and Zhongxiao East Rd., and we solved them one by one.Saying Farglory was very satisfied with Wednesday’s meeting, Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je explained why the Taipei Dome contract had to be revised. Ko Wen-jeTaipei MayorRevising the contract. I felt there were many unreasonable terms, like zero development rights fees, zero operating rights fees, and a maximum penalty of NT$3 million for delays in the project. So we should do it over.Farglory did not comment publicly on the meeting. But Ko said it agreed to make revisions to the contract and also pledged to complete the Taipei Dome by the end of the year and not have an underground passageway end up at the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall.Wu Su-yaoDPP Taipei City CouncilorOne Ko Wen-je has outshined 10 Hau Lung-bins. Ko P has in fact established the correct attitude for the new government to take on cooperation with companies.Former Taipei Mayor Hau Lung-bin has been angered by Ko’s accusations against his administration. In response to Ko’s charge that Hau never dealt with the contract, Hau said on his Facebook page that the city government revised the contract with Farglory six years ago.
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#Taipei is the city closest to Western values in the Chinese world

#Taipei is the city closest to Western values in the Chinese world

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Ko Wen-je, mayor of the capital of Taiwan, visited Brussels on Wednesday and became the first Taiwanese mayor who spoke publicly at the European Parliament. During his brief speech, he tried to build bonds with the EU by stressing the progressive values of Taiwan. "Taipei is a city that incorporates progressive Western values into a Chinese society, and we stick to these values, which are democracy, freedom, diversity, openness, human rights, rule of laws and sustainability," Ko said. Taiwan is to become the first country in Asia to legalise same-sex marriage in less than 2 years, after the ruling of its constitutional court in May 2017 in favour of gay couples' unions. Ko especially emphasized the freedom of speech in Taiwan. Last year, Reporters Without Borders opened its first Asian bureau in Taipei. The press freedom advocating NGO first intended to settle in Hong Kong but changed the plan because of China's increasing sway there. "Reporters flow to a freer space," the mayor said during his speech. "You all know what I mean." China sees self-ruled Taiwan as a breakaway province and keeps warning of reunification by using force. Tension between China and Taiwan has been escalating since the independence-leaning Democratic Progressive Party won the Taiwanese presidential election in 2016. Together with a series of military harassment, China has also increased the diplomatic pressure on Taiwan, leaving the island only 20 allies in the world at the moment. The US is by far Taiwan's most important friend and its main source of arms. However, according to Ko, "the power of the EU is no less than the US, and Taiwan should put more efforts to build cooperation with the EU." Despite the fact that the EU is Taiwan's fourth trade partner, the EU has no diplomatic or formal political relations with Taiwan following the Union's 'one-China' policy. Most of the MEPs who attended Ko's speech, including Charles Tannock and Andrey Kovatchev, are members of the European Parliament-Taiwan Friendship Group. Due to the pressure from China, no Taiwanese leaders have made official visits to the EU so far. In Taiwan, Ko is predicted by many commentators as one of the strong potential candidates for the 2020 presidential election. Starting from the 27th, his second visit to Europe is planned to last 11 days with the speech at the European Parliament as highlight. After Brussels, he will travel to Poland and Turkey.
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Taiwan: Taipei clashes over China trade deal

Taiwan: Taipei clashes over China trade deal

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W/S Police and protesters clashing in Taipei W/S Police and protesters clashing W/S Police and protesters clashing W/S Police, protesters and media W/S Protesters with Taiwanese flags W/S Protesters with Taiwanese flags W/S Protesters W/S Police and protesters clashing M/S Protesters W/S Police and protesters W/S Police detaining a man W/S Police on the move W/S A police officer W/S Taipei, Taiwan SCRIPT Taiwan: Taipei clashes over China trade deal Protests broke Tuesday in the Taiwanese capital of Taipei, as students and others opposed to a trade deal with China clashed with police. The clashes come two days after more than 100,000 people thronged through the streets of Taipei. Known as the "sunflower movement," the protests began roughly two weeks ago when a trade bill was pushed through the parliamentary review process without bipartisan discussion. Students stormed the parliament building, known as the Legislative Yuan, and have occupied the main chamber for 14 days, resisting attempted police raids by piling entrances with furniture.
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Alpha Protocol (37) Taipei: Deal with the Triads

Alpha Protocol (37) Taipei: Deal with the Triads

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Looks like we have to earn the trust of another person. Like this video: hit the thumbs up button to help me out. Leave comments if you enjoy some part of the video or to help others. Subscribe to be informed when more daily videos are uploaded. www.youtube.com/drunkencommando for more playthroughs with reactive commentary Find me on Twitter @DrunkenNando for updated videos and gaming thoughts
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Government clamps down on Chinese ad in Taipei

Government clamps down on Chinese ad in Taipei

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Beijing’s state-run China Central Television has been forced to remove an outdoor ad in Taipei after airing it without receiving prior approval. The ad rankled Taipei pedestrians, who particularly took issue with the name of the program being advertised: “Trust in China.” China has been engaging in what some see as “United Front” tactics in Taiwan. The latest move was a big screen ad on a busy street corner in Taipei for a new CCTV program. Its closing frame highlighting the program’s name – “Trust in China” – was not appreciated by passers-by. Any Chinese program or ad broadcast in Taiwan must first be approved by the Ministry of Culture, and in this case, the ad violated the law. Chiu Chui-chengMainland Affairs Council Spokesman The new program has yet to be approved, so related ads are illegal. The Culture Ministry and our Council will both handle this according to the law. We have already notified the company broadcasting the ad to pull it.Ko Wen-jeTaipei MayorIt’s not likely that we can completely ban all of (China’s) ads, but there should be equal treatment and dignity, which means that if they can run ads here without undergoing a review, then Taiwan should be able to do the same in China. CCTV pulled the ad today, and the Central Motion Picture Co., which leases the building that screened the ad, and the ad company that brokered the deal will be fined.
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Taiwan: Taipei clashes continue over China trade deal

Taiwan: Taipei clashes continue over China trade deal

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Protests continued Tuesday in the Taiwanese capital of Taipei, as students and others opposed to a trade deal with China clashed with police. The clashes come two days after more than 100,000 people thronged through the streets of Taipei. Known as the "sunflower movement," the protests began roughly two weeks ago when a trade bill was pushed through the parliamentary review process without bipartisan discussion. Students stormed the parliament building, known as the Legislative Yuan, and have occupied the main chamber for 14 days, resisting attempted police raids by piling entrances with furniture. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/Ruptly Google Plus: http://plus.google.com/111498286331086224967 Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/Ruptly YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/RuptlyTV Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv
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2016 0226 Fish Auction in the first Taipei Fish Market, Taiwan

2016 0226 Fish Auction in the first Taipei Fish Market, Taiwan

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An illustration of how the deal is done between the buyers and sellers via computerized auction program in the first Taipei Fish Market, the biggest one in Taipei.
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Alpha Protocol (45) Taipei: The Subway Deal

Alpha Protocol (45) Taipei: The Subway Deal

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Stopping the espionage deal in the subway station Like this video: hit the thumbs up button to help me out. Leave comments if you enjoy some part of the video or to help others. Subscribe to be informed when more daily videos are uploaded. www.youtube.com/drunkencommando for more playthroughs with reactive commentary Find me on Twitter @DrunkenNando for updated videos and gaming thoughts
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《taipei times》 hon hai seals deal to build flat-panel plant in wisconsin - 自由時報電子報

《taipei times》 hon hai seals deal to build flat-panel plant in wisconsin - 自由時報電子報

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