• Top 4 Jobs for Foreigners in Taiwan

    In this video, we listed 4 most popular jobs for foreigners in Taiwan according to national immigration agency's statistics. If you wish to come to Taiwan for work, this video might give you some ideas and information about that. For more detail numbers or information about this video please go to "National Immigration Agency" website http://www.immigration.gov.tw/welcome.htm For more informative Chinese video lesson, please go to www.smartmandarinchinese.com

    published: 11 Mar 2015
  • at my work place in taipei

    published: 30 Jun 2013
  • Taiwan Jobs for Foreigners

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    published: 05 Aug 2015
  • TAIWAN: TAIPEI: FILIPINO MAID AND BABY DEPORTED

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    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Review#2 - Job Hunting Service in Taiwan

    Very excited to announce my client Tom Rando from USA found a job as a Project Manager in Taipei. If you are looking to work in Taipei, please feel free to contact me through " https://www.facebook.com/jobhuntw/ " ---- WEB: http://www.jobhuntw.com "Hello my name is Tom and I used Job Hunting Taiwan to get my first job here in Taipei. I would definitely recommend anyone who wants to come and work here, especially if you are looking for professional work, to give it a try. If you have any questions, feel free to send me a private message or an email: thomas.rando.jr@gmail.com Top 5 job search tips Knowing how to get a job is not always easy if you have limited experience in the job market, but there are some things everyone can do to increase their chances. Get networking. Many peopl...

    published: 18 Jul 2017
  • TAIWAN: FOREIGN WORKERS PROTEST AGAINST EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES

    English/Nat More than 30 foreign workers performed a street show in downtown Taipei on Friday to protest against overcharging by employment agencies. Taiwan revised regulations last year to allow foreign workers to extend their stay in Taiwan from two years to three years. The demonstrators, mostly migrant workers from the Philippines and Thailand, say that since the change unscrupulous brokers have been overcharging them for handling extension applications. Filipino and Thai migrant workers have been flocking to Taiwan over the last year because of the economic crisis in their homelands. The workers are brought to Taiwan by employment agents to earn money and send it back home to their families. The minimum wage for migrant workers is US$450 per month but each worker ha...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • BECOME A DIGITAL NOMAD: 8 Ways to Find An Online Job

    8 ways to find an online job and make money while traveling! Become location independent with remote work. GET MY FREE HOW TO BECOME A DIGITAL NOMAD EBOOK: http://bit.ly/becomeanomad Kate Smith: → Apply to WiFly Nomads, 2 week retreat in Bali teaching you how to find a remote job and become a nomad: http://www.wiflynomads.com/ → Blog: http://www.theremotenomad.com/ I N T R O Hi I'm TJ! Quirky nomad on a mission to inspire. Here's a heart to heart from me to you: Why I Quit My Job to Travel the World → https://youtu.be/xbT5mZ_JM6s C O N N E C T ♦ Blog: http://cupoftj.com/ ♦ Instagram: http://instagram.com/CupofTJ ♦ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cupoftj ♦ Snapchat: tjlee M U S I C ♦ pancakes - X I X X http://bit.ly/1pVFMZC ♦ First Love - X I X X http://bit.ly/29Qq3Y7 V I D E O & SUPPORT ...

    published: 22 Jul 2016
  • How Much Can Teachers EARN & SAVE in Taiwan?

    If you enjoyed this video, please like, subscribe and share! How much money can you roughly make teaching English as a foreign English teacher, how much can you save & what is the cost of living in Taiwan? Keep in mind that the figures & estimates used in this video are rough estimates and not solid figures. Some people might earn more & some people might earn less. Also, please keep in mind, that if you are Caucasian, your salary will fall into the higher end of the salary estimate. If you are Indian, Asian or not white, it'll be more difficult for you to land an English teaching job that offers you the same as a Caucasian in regards to salaries. No, I'm not racist. This is just what I have observed over they years of being here. Non-whites generally struggle to land good paying Englis...

    published: 30 Jun 2016
  • Taiwan: Thousands protest for better labour conditions in Taipei

    Thousands of Taiwanese residents took to the streets of Taipei to call for greater protection of labour rights and demand better labour conditions for workers, on International Workers' Day, Monday. The demonstrators rallied in front of the Presidential Office before marching to the Chinese National Federation of Industries. International Workers' Day, or May Day, is marked around the world on May 1 with strikes, protests, commemorations and celebrations. Video ID: 20170501 032 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly

    published: 01 May 2017
  • How to Get an English TEACHING Job in Taiwan

    我愛台灣!This video will give you a brief overview of how to effectively land a decent English teaching job in Taiwan & what to look out for when it's contract time, such as "deposits", deductions & other dodgy clauses that you want to be aware of. We'll also be going over what to expect in terms of salary & hourly pay. Keep in mind, not all schools try to cheat or exploit their foreign teachers. Some schools are great to work at, some are not. It really depends on the establishment & management of the actual organization. This video is just here to give you an idea of what MIGHT & sometimes DOES happen. Taiwan is an awesome place to live & I love it here. The people are friendly & helpful, too. I'd personally recommend coming here to travel or work. It's one of the best choices I've ever ma...

    published: 23 Jan 2016
  • Factory worker interview questions and answers

    Interview questions and answers ebook: http://interviewquestionsebooks.com/103-interview-questions-and-answers/ Other useful interview materials: - Free ebook 75 common interview questions and answers: http://interviewquestionsaz.blogspot.com/p/free-ebook-75-interview-questions-and.html - Top 10 interview secrets to win every job interview: http://interviewquestionsaz.blogspot.com/2013/07/top-10-secrets-to-win-every-job.html - 13 types of interview questions and how to face them: http://interviewquestionsaz.blogspot.com/p/13-types-of-interview-questions.html - Top 12 common mistakes in job interviews: http://interviewquestionsaz.blogspot.com/2013/07/top-12-common-mistakes-in-job-interviews.html - Top 3 interview thank you letter samples: http://interviewquestionsaz.blogspot.com/2013/...

    published: 10 Mar 2014
  • Private Tutoring vs. Full-Time Employment

    This video is about some of the main differences between working full time at a school and tutoring learners privately in Taiwan. Also, I wanted to add that there is a lot of unpaid preparation time with private tutoring. Topics include: 1. Salary / wage 2. Vacation pay 3. National holidays 4. Sick leave 5. Labor & health insurance 6. Taxes 7. Contracts 8. Management 9. Freedom 10. Commuting 11. Demos 12. Appreciation 13. Extra work 14. Responsibility 15. Managers 16. Timetables 17. Rules I'd like to add that depending on the type of working permit you hold, you might not legally be allowed to tutor privately. If you have any questions about living in Taiwan, feel free to leave a comment. More about TEACHing in Taiwan: 1. Cost of living - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSV48jO...

    published: 04 Nov 2016
  • Why STUDY in Taiwan?

    Why should you come and study in Taiwan? Watch to find out! If you enjoyed this video, please LIKE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE! Support me on PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/nathankactor Find me here: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/nathan_k_k/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/nathankactor/ Filming equipment: iPhone 6, Manfrotto tripod & Rode Videomic me Editing equipment: iMovie & MacBook Pro

    published: 02 May 2017
  • Job Hunting Service - Taiwan

    I provide job hunting service for those who are interested in working in Taiwan, especially for non-English teaching job and can help with finding jobs related to your past job fields and experience. if you want to use my service! Just write me through the contact form or PM me! Website: http://www.jobhuntw.com/

    published: 14 Jun 2017
  • Taiwan Job Hunting Service

    Getting A JOB in Taiwan, China, and HK. Are you interested in working in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong? Using my service will definitely get you interviews and A JOB!!! Resume Translation & Editing Not only I provide Job Hunting service, I'll also give you quality CV translation in Mandarin. Adding professional phrases to sell yourself & strength to the company, CV template design, and twitching contents. Leaving great impression to the company. AFFORDABLE UPFRONT Affordable upfront paid before start job hunting service. Compared to other job agency, they charge over 300 USD. We charge little money first before accessing to job hunting process. UPFRONT: $90 USD 1. Sign Up accounts in Job Bank 2. Send your CV out to Unlimited Companies until you get interviews 3. CV template des...

    published: 14 Jun 2017
  • WORKing IN TAIPEI 01

    published: 15 Aug 2015
  • Taiwan's Amazing Wet MARKETS!

    In this video, I talk about what you can see and buy in a Taiwanese wet market as well as why you should shop at your local market. If you enjoyed this video, please LIKE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE! Support me on PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/nathankactor Find me here: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/nathan_k_k/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/nathankactor/ Filming equipment: iPhone 6 & tripod Editing equipment: iMovie & MacBook Pro Ecstasy X by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Cut and Run - Electronic Hard by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music...

    published: 15 Apr 2017
  • Taiwan’s president pledges to mediate differences on five-day work week plan

    President Tsai Ing-wen met with business representatives today in a bid to develop consensus over the ruling party''s proposed five-day work week measure. The Tsai administration, which has had trouble pleasing either labor or business groups with its proposed version of the law, pledged more communication with the parties involved, but has yet to announce a change in course. President Tsai met with National Federation of Industries directors hoping to address an ongoing stalemate between businesses and labor over proposals for a five-day work week law. Tsai focused specifically on the issue in responding to six suggestions the business group made in a white paper.Tsai Ing-wenPresidentThe idea behind revising the Labor Standards Act is to put into place a five-day work week. We want to sol...

    published: 29 Jul 2016
  • TAIWAN: TAIPEI: ANTI NUCLEAR ACTIVISTS STAGE ANGRY DEMONSTRATION

    Natural Sound Anti-nuclear activists have clashed with police in Taiwan. They've staged an angry demonstration in Taipei over government plans to change legislation to allow the construction of the country's fourth nuclear power plant. Anti-nuclear demonstrators in Taipei are furious. They took the streets to protest against plans by the government to change legislation. Taiwan's Legislature has decided last month to cancel the construction of the fourth nuclear power plant. But that only triggers another bout of tug of war between the government and anti-nuclear activists. The government says they will try to revive the project by having lawmakers vote on the case again. To protest this move by the government, on Saturday, more than three-thousand people took to the...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • TAIWAN: FILIPINOS WORKING IN TAIWAN STILL FEEL SAFE

    Tagalog/Eng/Nat Amid tension between Taiwan and China due to the ongoing war games being conducted by the China off Taiwanese islands, Filipinos working in Taiwan still feel safe. More than 80-thousand Filipinos work as overseas contract workers in Taiwan. While most of them feel no need to evacuate at the moment, they continue to pray that the situation does not get worse. To Filipinos who are predominantly Catholic, first order of every Sunday is to hear the Sunday mass. Even here in Taipei, Filipinos who work here make time to attend the Sunday service. Aside from the devotion, it is also a day when they get time off from work and spend time with their friends also from back home. Amidst tension between Taiwan and China due to the ongoing war games bein...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Taiwan's EXOTIC 24/7 PET Stores!

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    published: 22 Apr 2017
  • FOOD TAIPEI 2016 ─ Asia’s Super 5-in-1 Food Expo

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    published: 01 Mar 2017
  • 2016 One-on-One Employment Meetings

    Welcome foreign students and overseas Chinese graduate to work in Taiwan. The Ministry of Economic Affairs held six employment meetings for overseas students throughout Taiwan in 2016, including Taipei, Tainan, Taichung, Hsinchu and Kaohsiung. Successful Results of the employment meetings in 2016: 157 enterprises attended offering 404 jobs openings, 505 global talents participated partaking over 1,429 meetings, 104 global talents were successfully employed during the meetings Come and join us this year and meet Taiwanese enterprises who have thirst for talents from all over the world! National Networking Platform for Global Talent Recruitment Homepage: http://www.contacttaiwan.tw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/contacttaiwan LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/contact-taiwan ...

    published: 23 Feb 2017
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    published: 12 May 2014
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  • Taiwan vs. Mainland China

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    published: 03 Mar 2016
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    published: 26 Jan 2017
  • Wu Tang Collection - Fighting Life

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    published: 01 May 2017
  • Wu Tang Collection - Fighting Life

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    published: 26 May 2017
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Top 4 Jobs for Foreigners in Taiwan

Top 4 Jobs for Foreigners in Taiwan

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  • Updated: 11 Mar 2015
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In this video, we listed 4 most popular jobs for foreigners in Taiwan according to national immigration agency's statistics. If you wish to come to Taiwan for work, this video might give you some ideas and information about that. For more detail numbers or information about this video please go to "National Immigration Agency" website http://www.immigration.gov.tw/welcome.htm For more informative Chinese video lesson, please go to www.smartmandarinchinese.com
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at my work place in taipei

at my work place in taipei

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  • Updated: 30 Jun 2013
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Taiwan Jobs for Foreigners

Taiwan Jobs for Foreigners

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  • Updated: 05 Aug 2015
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Taiwan Jobs for Foreigners at http://entrepreneur-sme.asia/taiwan-jobs-for-foreigners/ Taiwan Jobs for Foreigners and Taipei job search and English speaking employment vacancy listing. Find also thousands of Mandarin, Hokkien, Hakka-speaker Taiwanese jobs from hundreds of well-known company web sites
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TAIWAN: TAIPEI: FILIPINO MAID AND BABY DEPORTED

TAIWAN: TAIPEI: FILIPINO MAID AND BABY DEPORTED

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
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Man/Eng/Nat In Taiwan, a Filipino maid and her one month old baby were deported today (Tuesday) for violating a local employment law that bans foreign workers from becoming pregnant. Raymunda Baccay is the first immigrant worker to be deported under the rule and her case has highlighted the plight of the 20-thousand Philippine domestic helpers living in Taiwan. 33 year old Raymunda Baccay returned home this (Tuesday) morning carrying her one month old baby in her arms at Taipei International Airport. Employed as an housemaid by a Taiwanese family since 1993, Raymunda Baccay was ordered to leave the Republic of China after violating the Local Employment Services Act. This orders the immediate deportation of immigrant workers if they are found to be pregnant. Baccay, whose husband still lives in the Philippines, discovered she was pregnant after returning from a holiday in her home country in June last year. Fearing punishment - and the loss of her job and income - she managed to keep her pregnancy secret from her employer by wearing loose clothing. SOUNDBITE: " I did not inform my employer about my case because I 'm afraid to go back home immediately... " SUPER CAPTION: Raymunda Baccay, Housemaid Miss Yang, Baccay's employer, did not realise her housekeeper and carer of her two children was pregnant until her 28th week of pregnancy in late November. Yang, whilst aware of the law, did not report Baccay's pregnancy to the authorities as only six months were left of her employee's contract and because she knew her right to hire domestic help in the future might be revoked. In December, Baccay had to undergo a compulsory health check which confirmed her pregnancy. Miss Yang then bought her a ticket to fly back to the Philippines at the end of January, but the airline advised her not to travel due to her advanced state of pregnancy. Later the same day, she gave birth to little Randy who was 2 months premature. The Council of Labour affairs then ordered her immediate deportation, but their letter did not arrive until last week. Yang, who considers Baccay to be part of her family, says the law is unjust and should be changed. But the authorities say they have to implement the policy to control the size of the population. SOUNDBITE: (MANDARIN) "Taiwan is a very high density populated country, we cannot afford more pressure on this level with new immigrants whatever they are, that's why basically we wrote this law" SUPER CAPTION: Mr SU Shiu-Yi, Council of Labour Affairs Baccay's situation highlights the plight of more than 20-thousand domestic workers attracted to Taiwan by its reputation for high wages for this kind of work. But when asked about Baccay's plight, many Philippine maids believe that their employment in Taiwan is far from perfect. Amongst other problems, they have to cope with a lack of legal protection, forced overtime work, illegal deductions from salaries and the arbitrary confiscation of passports. Some claim the system runs by fear - and as long as things are kept quiet there tends to not be a problem. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) "Of course it's very disgusting what happened to her, it's not her fault. I mean, it's a good thing that her employer is quite human to take care of her. But I know our government knows about that and I know that all our Philippines representatives knows about that. But until now everybody knows - but they don't know anything about it". SUPER CAPTION: Virginia, Housemaid of 6 years As evidence of their tough lives, maids cite the amount they have to pay out before they can find work in Taiwan. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) She also asked if she could possibly return to Taiwan to work again. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3838c45d9533586c6d0ee781d8f62678 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Review#2 - Job Hunting Service in Taiwan

Review#2 - Job Hunting Service in Taiwan

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  • Updated: 18 Jul 2017
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Very excited to announce my client Tom Rando from USA found a job as a Project Manager in Taipei. If you are looking to work in Taipei, please feel free to contact me through " https://www.facebook.com/jobhuntw/ " ---- WEB: http://www.jobhuntw.com "Hello my name is Tom and I used Job Hunting Taiwan to get my first job here in Taipei. I would definitely recommend anyone who wants to come and work here, especially if you are looking for professional work, to give it a try. If you have any questions, feel free to send me a private message or an email: thomas.rando.jr@gmail.com Top 5 job search tips Knowing how to get a job is not always easy if you have limited experience in the job market, but there are some things everyone can do to increase their chances. Get networking. Many people find jobs from people they know rather than traditional means such as job adverts. Talk to family, friends and other people you know to find out where work might be on offer. Attract employers. Rather than hunting down jobs, consider getting potential employers to come to you. Post your CV online and you could save yourself a lot of time and effort job hunting. Target companies. Look at the organisations which might make a good employer and hone in on them. This may mean you only look at the big employers in your area or it might mean that you look into one sector only but on a nationwide basis. Remain positive. We all get a few knock backs when looking for work. Don't take it personally if you are rejected or don't even get a response because it is probably not because of anything you have done wrong. Find hidden vacancies. Many jobs can be landed before they are advertised if you can get in quickly. Look into internal recruitment and seek out word-of-mouth advice as good ways of getting your foot in the door early. Knowing how to find a job is a skill in itself. Once you have been successful in landing a job, you will find that the process becomes easier if you ever find yourself looking for employment again.
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TAIWAN: FOREIGN WORKERS PROTEST AGAINST EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES

TAIWAN: FOREIGN WORKERS PROTEST AGAINST EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES

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  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
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English/Nat More than 30 foreign workers performed a street show in downtown Taipei on Friday to protest against overcharging by employment agencies. Taiwan revised regulations last year to allow foreign workers to extend their stay in Taiwan from two years to three years. The demonstrators, mostly migrant workers from the Philippines and Thailand, say that since the change unscrupulous brokers have been overcharging them for handling extension applications. Filipino and Thai migrant workers have been flocking to Taiwan over the last year because of the economic crisis in their homelands. The workers are brought to Taiwan by employment agents to earn money and send it back home to their families. The minimum wage for migrant workers is US$450 per month but each worker has to give an additional $120 per month to brokers in Taiwan and the Philippines. Migrant workers say they are happy that the Taiwan government now allows an additional year on their stay in Taiwan but they are unhappy that the brokers will continue to take a certain percentage off their monthly pay. SOUNDBITE: (English) "....to be heard about the injustice in our place especially in the third year of our extension. We're being collected an exorbitant fee for the extension of our contract to three years and that is an additional NT$15,000 (US$428) to NT$30,000 (US$857) from each of our migrant employees. So we are going to plead to the CLA (Council of Labour Affairs) for a precise and standard law about services the broker is collecting from us because it is not clearly identified now." SUPERCAPTION : Marie Gonzales, Filipino migrant worker in Taiwan. Most of the Filipino migrant workers in Taiwan become domestic workers; cleaning and babysitting. There are currently more than 400,000 migrant workers from the Philippines in Taiwan. Most Thai labourers work in the construction trade. There are about 150,000 Thai workers in Taiwan. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/0346eb46b6470de9944b8f6e455c0e84 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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BECOME A DIGITAL NOMAD: 8 Ways to Find An Online Job

BECOME A DIGITAL NOMAD: 8 Ways to Find An Online Job

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  • Updated: 22 Jul 2016
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8 ways to find an online job and make money while traveling! Become location independent with remote work. GET MY FREE HOW TO BECOME A DIGITAL NOMAD EBOOK: http://bit.ly/becomeanomad Kate Smith: → Apply to WiFly Nomads, 2 week retreat in Bali teaching you how to find a remote job and become a nomad: http://www.wiflynomads.com/ → Blog: http://www.theremotenomad.com/ I N T R O Hi I'm TJ! Quirky nomad on a mission to inspire. Here's a heart to heart from me to you: Why I Quit My Job to Travel the World → https://youtu.be/xbT5mZ_JM6s C O N N E C T ♦ Blog: http://cupoftj.com/ ♦ Instagram: http://instagram.com/CupofTJ ♦ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cupoftj ♦ Snapchat: tjlee M U S I C ♦ pancakes - X I X X http://bit.ly/1pVFMZC ♦ First Love - X I X X http://bit.ly/29Qq3Y7 V I D E O & SUPPORT Equipment I use to make my videos! Before buying, click the links below & a small percentage of your purchase will help fund this channel. Thank YOU travel bug for keeping the content going: ♦ GorillaPod http://amzn.to/1Sp9fFn ♦ Mini Gorillapod http://amzn.to/20D0fgP ♦ 64GB SD Card http://amzn.to/1OdpNvv ♦ 32GB SD Card http://amzn.to/1Y6JY3I ♦ Rode Video Mic http://amzn.to/1rwROJC ♦ CAD U37 USB Mic http://amzn.to/1mYB8rP ♦ Zoom H1 Portable Recorder http://amzn.to/1QRR8TI ♦ Olympus Mark II http://amzn.to/1mIs4rg ♦ Olympus 12-40mm PRO Lens http://amzn.to/1Tm5XBr ♦ Sony RX100 III http://amzn.to/1RRoFDQ
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How Much Can Teachers EARN & SAVE in Taiwan?

How Much Can Teachers EARN & SAVE in Taiwan?

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  • Updated: 30 Jun 2016
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If you enjoyed this video, please like, subscribe and share! How much money can you roughly make teaching English as a foreign English teacher, how much can you save & what is the cost of living in Taiwan? Keep in mind that the figures & estimates used in this video are rough estimates and not solid figures. Some people might earn more & some people might earn less. Also, please keep in mind, that if you are Caucasian, your salary will fall into the higher end of the salary estimate. If you are Indian, Asian or not white, it'll be more difficult for you to land an English teaching job that offers you the same as a Caucasian in regards to salaries. No, I'm not racist. This is just what I have observed over they years of being here. Non-whites generally struggle to land good paying English teaching jobs. Fact.
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Taiwan: Thousands protest for better labour conditions in Taipei

Taiwan: Thousands protest for better labour conditions in Taipei

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Thousands of Taiwanese residents took to the streets of Taipei to call for greater protection of labour rights and demand better labour conditions for workers, on International Workers' Day, Monday. The demonstrators rallied in front of the Presidential Office before marching to the Chinese National Federation of Industries. International Workers' Day, or May Day, is marked around the world on May 1 with strikes, protests, commemorations and celebrations. Video ID: 20170501 032 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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How to Get an English TEACHING Job in Taiwan

How to Get an English TEACHING Job in Taiwan

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我愛台灣!This video will give you a brief overview of how to effectively land a decent English teaching job in Taiwan & what to look out for when it's contract time, such as "deposits", deductions & other dodgy clauses that you want to be aware of. We'll also be going over what to expect in terms of salary & hourly pay. Keep in mind, not all schools try to cheat or exploit their foreign teachers. Some schools are great to work at, some are not. It really depends on the establishment & management of the actual organization. This video is just here to give you an idea of what MIGHT & sometimes DOES happen. Taiwan is an awesome place to live & I love it here. The people are friendly & helpful, too. I'd personally recommend coming here to travel or work. It's one of the best choices I've ever made! If you enjoyed this video, please subscribe, like, comment & share. You can also find me here: Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/nathankactor/?fref=ts Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nathan_k_k/ English teaching jobs: http://www.tealit.com https://www.facebook.com/groups/282955138480280/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/TaiwanJobs/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/teachingenglishintaiwan/ http://forumosa.com/taiwan/ Games & activities: http://www.eslgamesplus.com/classroom-games/ http://www.funenglishgames.com/activities.html http://iteslj.org/c/games.html http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/word-games/paint-it/classroom Bureau of Labor Affairs: http://english.mol.gov.tw Legal issues for foreigners in Taiwan: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ForeignersForTaiwan/
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Factory worker interview questions and answers

Factory worker interview questions and answers

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Interview questions and answers ebook: http://interviewquestionsebooks.com/103-interview-questions-and-answers/ Other useful interview materials: - Free ebook 75 common interview questions and answers: http://interviewquestionsaz.blogspot.com/p/free-ebook-75-interview-questions-and.html - Top 10 interview secrets to win every job interview: http://interviewquestionsaz.blogspot.com/2013/07/top-10-secrets-to-win-every-job.html - 13 types of interview questions and how to face them: http://interviewquestionsaz.blogspot.com/p/13-types-of-interview-questions.html - Top 12 common mistakes in job interviews: http://interviewquestionsaz.blogspot.com/2013/07/top-12-common-mistakes-in-job-interviews.html - Top 3 interview thank you letter samples: http://interviewquestionsaz.blogspot.com/2013/07/top-3-interview-thank-you-letter-samples.html - Practice types of job interview such as screening interview, phone interview, second interview, situational interview, behavioral interview (competency based), technical interview, group interview...
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Private Tutoring vs. Full-Time Employment

Private Tutoring vs. Full-Time Employment

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This video is about some of the main differences between working full time at a school and tutoring learners privately in Taiwan. Also, I wanted to add that there is a lot of unpaid preparation time with private tutoring. Topics include: 1. Salary / wage 2. Vacation pay 3. National holidays 4. Sick leave 5. Labor & health insurance 6. Taxes 7. Contracts 8. Management 9. Freedom 10. Commuting 11. Demos 12. Appreciation 13. Extra work 14. Responsibility 15. Managers 16. Timetables 17. Rules I'd like to add that depending on the type of working permit you hold, you might not legally be allowed to tutor privately. If you have any questions about living in Taiwan, feel free to leave a comment. More about TEACHing in Taiwan: 1. Cost of living - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSV48jOLgz0 2. City vs Countryside - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NBiK39H_Hbw 3. Teach without a degree - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4Xdiy_nTnc 4. Visas - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQe6Oae5OxY 5. Full - time vs Tutoring - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H2H_wm8r7BQ 6. How to get a teaching job - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BrxrBM8LzcY If you enjoyed this video, please like, comment, share & subscribe. Thank you! You can also find me here: PATROEN: https://www.patreon.com/nathankactor FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/nathankactor/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/nathan_k_k/
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Why STUDY in Taiwan?

Why STUDY in Taiwan?

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Why should you come and study in Taiwan? Watch to find out! If you enjoyed this video, please LIKE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE! Support me on PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/nathankactor Find me here: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/nathan_k_k/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/nathankactor/ Filming equipment: iPhone 6, Manfrotto tripod & Rode Videomic me Editing equipment: iMovie & MacBook Pro
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Job Hunting Service - Taiwan

Job Hunting Service - Taiwan

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I provide job hunting service for those who are interested in working in Taiwan, especially for non-English teaching job and can help with finding jobs related to your past job fields and experience. if you want to use my service! Just write me through the contact form or PM me! Website: http://www.jobhuntw.com/
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Taiwan Job Hunting Service

Taiwan Job Hunting Service

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Getting A JOB in Taiwan, China, and HK. Are you interested in working in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong? Using my service will definitely get you interviews and A JOB!!! Resume Translation & Editing Not only I provide Job Hunting service, I'll also give you quality CV translation in Mandarin. Adding professional phrases to sell yourself & strength to the company, CV template design, and twitching contents. Leaving great impression to the company. AFFORDABLE UPFRONT Affordable upfront paid before start job hunting service. Compared to other job agency, they charge over 300 USD. We charge little money first before accessing to job hunting process. UPFRONT: $90 USD 1. Sign Up accounts in Job Bank 2. Send your CV out to Unlimited Companies until you get interviews 3. CV template design 4. Adding, translate, and sharpening your biography into Mandarin 5. Writing Professional Chinese Cover Letter 6. Keep you updated with progress! Update you with interview responses http://www.jobhuntw.com - Work in Taiwan with decent job!
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WORKing IN TAIPEI 01

WORKing IN TAIPEI 01

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Taiwan's Amazing Wet MARKETS!

Taiwan's Amazing Wet MARKETS!

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In this video, I talk about what you can see and buy in a Taiwanese wet market as well as why you should shop at your local market. If you enjoyed this video, please LIKE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE! Support me on PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/nathankactor Find me here: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/nathan_k_k/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/nathankactor/ Filming equipment: iPhone 6 & tripod Editing equipment: iMovie & MacBook Pro Ecstasy X by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Artist: http://audionautix.com/ Cut and Run - Electronic Hard 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=USUAN1100851 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Carefree 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=USUAN1400037 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Taiwan’s president pledges to mediate differences on five-day work week plan

Taiwan’s president pledges to mediate differences on five-day work week plan

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President Tsai Ing-wen met with business representatives today in a bid to develop consensus over the ruling party''s proposed five-day work week measure. The Tsai administration, which has had trouble pleasing either labor or business groups with its proposed version of the law, pledged more communication with the parties involved, but has yet to announce a change in course. President Tsai met with National Federation of Industries directors hoping to address an ongoing stalemate between businesses and labor over proposals for a five-day work week law. Tsai focused specifically on the issue in responding to six suggestions the business group made in a white paper.Tsai Ing-wenPresidentThe idea behind revising the Labor Standards Act is to put into place a five-day work week. We want to solve this problem. The government will do everything it can to explain it to society, and the Legislature also needs to seek the broadest social consensus possible in the course of cross-party consultations during the review process. Labor groups previously staged a hunger strike in opposition to the government’s proposed revisions, saying they would not be able to solve the problem of overwork. The bill also drew fierce partisan wrangling in a legislative committee, forcing the DPP to table debate on the bill for the current session. Tsai promised to be a bridge between labor and management, but labor groups weren’t buying it.Lin Chuang-chouTaoyuan Confederation of Trade UnionsThe government should not just play a mediating role. It should use its executive authority to amend the law to reduce the working hours of Taiwan’s workers. Labor Ministry statistics show that one person dies of overwork every 11 days, and one person falls ill because of overwork every five days. Labor groups want those who work on both weekly days off, rather than just one in the government’s proposal, to matching days off, and they’re also demanding the reinstatement of seven national holidays per year. Tsai said that before a new system takes effect, the question of the seven holidays will be dealt with based on the Labor Standards Act.
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TAIWAN: TAIPEI: ANTI NUCLEAR ACTIVISTS STAGE ANGRY DEMONSTRATION

TAIWAN: TAIPEI: ANTI NUCLEAR ACTIVISTS STAGE ANGRY DEMONSTRATION

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Natural Sound Anti-nuclear activists have clashed with police in Taiwan. They've staged an angry demonstration in Taipei over government plans to change legislation to allow the construction of the country's fourth nuclear power plant. Anti-nuclear demonstrators in Taipei are furious. They took the streets to protest against plans by the government to change legislation. Taiwan's Legislature has decided last month to cancel the construction of the fourth nuclear power plant. But that only triggers another bout of tug of war between the government and anti-nuclear activists. The government says they will try to revive the project by having lawmakers vote on the case again. To protest this move by the government, on Saturday, more than three-thousand people took to the streets, waving banners and chanting slogans, asking President Lee Teng-hui and Premier Lien Chan to step down. They did know how to make their message clear to government officials - like throwing eggs in front of Premier Lien Chan's office. Officials have insured people safety of the plant and said the plant is imperative for Taiwan's economic development. But all that has failed to stamp out worries and opposition on establishment of Taiwan's fourth nuclear power plant, located near the northern coastal town of Kungliao and to be completed in 2004. SOUNDBITE: (Taiwanese) "We will absolutely not trust their words. How can we trust them? They can't even handle nuclear waste now, how can they handle the fourth nuclear power plant? It's just impossible (for us to trust them.)" SUPER CAPTION: VOXPOP Since late 1980s, such demonstrations have been staged from time to time like an endless saga whenever the government was trying to pass the project in the Legislature or start construction. Officials claim the fourth nuclear power plant has special design to avoid radioactive leaks. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "The reactors in the main part of the plant, even a jet fighter swooped down on it, the reactor will not be broken. Its design is so safe. It has various designs to prevent the plant from having accident as it is operating." SUPER CAPTION: Hsu Ku, director of Taiwan Power Company's power development department As Taiwan seeks to expand its economic prosperity, many are also worried about power shortage. Officials warn that Taiwan will face daily two-hour power cuts starting in 2003 if the fourth nuclear power plant is not built. But the project faces a hard struggle with anti-nuclear activists before the plant can be completed. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/23864daf5e97b4088715c40f43a3a803 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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TAIWAN: FILIPINOS WORKING IN TAIWAN STILL FEEL SAFE

TAIWAN: FILIPINOS WORKING IN TAIWAN STILL FEEL SAFE

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Tagalog/Eng/Nat Amid tension between Taiwan and China due to the ongoing war games being conducted by the China off Taiwanese islands, Filipinos working in Taiwan still feel safe. More than 80-thousand Filipinos work as overseas contract workers in Taiwan. While most of them feel no need to evacuate at the moment, they continue to pray that the situation does not get worse. To Filipinos who are predominantly Catholic, first order of every Sunday is to hear the Sunday mass. Even here in Taipei, Filipinos who work here make time to attend the Sunday service. Aside from the devotion, it is also a day when they get time off from work and spend time with their friends also from back home. Amidst tension between Taiwan and China due to the ongoing war games being conducted by China off Taiwan, these overseas workers think there is no cause for alarm - at the moment. But they continue to hope and pray that the military exercises will be over without any hostilities. SOUNDBITE: (Tagalog) "I prayed that hopefully the problem (between China and Taiwan) will be solved..." SUPER CAPTION: Delia Santiago, Filipino OCW 43-year-old Delia Santiago has been working as a domestic helper in Taiwan for the last 11 years. Every Sunday, she sells various products outside St Christopher's church to earn some extra money. She has two children in the Philippines. She says she was afraid in the beginning of the exercises but after assurance from her employers, she now feels better. SOUNDBITE: (Tagalog) "The first week, I felt different because I thought a war would occur. But my employer told me not to worry. That week, my body seem to fell. I was worried about us going home because that was the news. Now, it's gone because my employer said not to worry." SUPER CAPTION: Delia Santiago, Filipino Overseas Contract Worker Sunday is also the day when these Filipinos get a chance to touch base with home. Reading newspapers and magazines from back home keep them up-to-date with the latest news and gossip, even from thousands of miles away. Of course, they can not let the day pass without having a taste of Filipino food like the favourite Pork Adobo and Pinakbet. Representatives from the government of Philippines President Fidel Ramos also take this time to hold consultations and dialogues with the workers and give out advise to those who need it. According to the Welfare Officer of the Manila Economic and Cultural Office in Taiwan, some Filipinos have shown some concern regarding the current tension between China and Taiwan, but they do not see it as a reason to flee the island. In fact, they are trying to live their usual lives in Taipei, even trying to beat the deadline in filing their income tax returns to the Philippines. SOUNDBITE: (Tagalog/English) "It's part of the job. In case of emergency, definitely our officials in Taiwan led by Ambassador Fernandez will really do some assistance, provide some assistance to the Filipino workers. But so far, so good. We have not seen anything that we really need to do evacuation, or we really need to evacuate the Filipinos." SUPER CAPTION: Cesar Silvano, Manila Economic and Cultural Office in Taiwan Meanwhile, the Filipinos in Taiwan are eager to reassure their families that everything is fine. SOUNDBITE: (Tagalog) "To my parents, not to worry, because I am okay here." SUPER CAPTION: Rosa Armenta, Filipino Overseas Contract Worker But some remain worried. SOUNDBITE: (Tagalog) "I hope there will be no trouble, of course when there is trouble, our lives are affected. First our earning, the money we send to the Philippines for our children." Being with friends count a lot. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/16ff640d33727e09ae4d2eaa87147980 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Taiwan's EXOTIC 24/7 PET Stores!

Taiwan's EXOTIC 24/7 PET Stores!

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What animals, products and services can be found at a typical Taiwanese pet store? If you enjoyed this video, please LIKE, SHARE & SUBSCRIBE! Support me on PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/nathankactor Find me here: INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/nathan_k_k/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/nathankactor/ Filming equipment: iPhone 6 & tripod Editing equipment: iMovie & MacBook Pro
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FOOD TAIPEI 2016 ─ Asia’s Super 5-in-1 Food Expo

FOOD TAIPEI 2016 ─ Asia’s Super 5-in-1 Food Expo

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The five 5-in-1 Mega Food Show is composed of Asia’s five best shows, namely FOOD TAIPEI, FOODTECH & PHARMATECH TAIPEI, TAIPEI PACK, Taiwan HOTECA and HALAL TAIWAN. By connecting all things food, buyers gained their best one-stop-source for food, packaging, food processing machinery, hospitality and catering, as well as halal. June’s super 5-in-1 show joined 1,656 exhibitors who used 3,981 booths to display their products to 7,756 overseas buyers from 108 countries and 59,843 domestic professionals. East & West Cuisine at over 36 National Pavilions FOOD TAIPEI is full of opportunities with a great feast of fusion cuisine! Among its multiple national pavilions, the Cross-Strait, Japan, US, Korea and Latin America pavilions are the top 5 biggest draws in 2016. From the EU, over 10 countries are expected to strive for bigger market shares in Taiwan at 2017 FOOD TAIPEI. Exciting Events, Vast Opportunities FOOD TAIPEI is not just a show but a carnival with all sorts of food products and exciting events to boost business opportunities. Starting with the opening ceremony, 1-on-1 procurement meetings, new product launches, cooking shows, forums and seminars, and free samplings, each event taps the market to realize every possibility.
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2016 One-on-One Employment Meetings

2016 One-on-One Employment Meetings

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Welcome foreign students and overseas Chinese graduate to work in Taiwan. The Ministry of Economic Affairs held six employment meetings for overseas students throughout Taiwan in 2016, including Taipei, Tainan, Taichung, Hsinchu and Kaohsiung. Successful Results of the employment meetings in 2016: 157 enterprises attended offering 404 jobs openings, 505 global talents participated partaking over 1,429 meetings, 104 global talents were successfully employed during the meetings Come and join us this year and meet Taiwanese enterprises who have thirst for talents from all over the world! National Networking Platform for Global Talent Recruitment Homepage: http://www.contacttaiwan.tw Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/contacttaiwan LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/contact-taiwan YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClqvUxN81wFYEXsu7zwo-PQ Google+: https://plus.google.com/109041956233754551936
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Chinese graduates feel employment pinch

Chinese graduates feel employment pinch

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It's not easy being a graduate these days. With the effects of the 2008 financial crisis still lingering and China's economy slowing, many graduates in China are finding it tougher and tougher to find work.
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TAIPEI CITY EMPLOY SERVICE CENTER.avi

TAIPEI CITY EMPLOY SERVICE CENTER.avi

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Taiwan vs. Mainland China

Taiwan vs. Mainland China

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The political environment is complicated by the potential for military conflict should Taiwan make overt actions toward de jure independence; it is the official PRC policy to use force to ensure reunification if peaceful reunification is no longer possible, as stated in its anti-secession law, and for this reason there are substantial military installations on the Fujian coast. However, in recent years, the PRC has moved towards promoting peaceful relations, including stronger economic ties, with the current ROC government aimed at unification through the one country, two systems formula or maintaining the status quo under the 1992 Consensus. On 29 April 2005, Kuomintang Chairman Lien Chan travelled to Beijing and met with Communist Party of China (CPC) Secretary-General Hu Jintao, the first meeting between the leaders of the two parties since the end of the Chinese Civil War in 1949. On 11 February 2014, Mainland Affairs Council Head Wang Yu-chi travelled to Nanjing and met with Taiwan Affairs Office Head Zhang Zhijun, the first meeting between high-ranking officials from either side. Zhang paid a reciprocal visit to Taiwan and met Wang on 25 June 2014, making Zhang the first minister-level PRC official to ever visit Taiwan. On 7 November 2015, Ma Ying-jeou (in his capacity as Leader of Taiwan) and Xi Jinping (in his capacity as Leader of Mainland China) travelled to Singapore and met up, marking the highest-level exchange between the two sides since 1949. The PRC supports a version of the One-China policy, which states that Taiwan and mainland China are both part of China, and that the PRC is the only legitimate government of China. It uses this policy to prevent the international recognition of the ROC as an independent sovereign state, meaning that Taiwan participates in international forums under the name "Chinese Taipei". With the emergence of the Taiwanese independence movement, the name "Taiwan" has been employed increasingly often on the island. What is the difference between Mainland China and Taiwan? Come find out and make a choice as to where you'd like to travel or live... Support me on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/serpentza Join me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/winstoninchina Twitter: @serpentza Music used: VHS Dreams - Ocean Heights
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Happy Year of the Rooster | 金雞行大運!

Happy Year of the Rooster | 金雞行大運!

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Let's start off the Year of the Rooster on the right foot! Watch our hip hop chicken bust a move on the dance floor 🐔 壹動畫全體員工祝大家,吉(雞)祥富貴一整年! 跟著我們嘻哈金雞一起迎接雞年的到來! --------------------------- Next Animation Studio (NAS) is the fastest, full service animation studio in Asia, specializing in high-quality animation from concept to completion. The studio focuses on developing and producing fast animated news, high-quality original animation for delivery across multiple media channels, and innovative AR and VR content. NAS employs hundreds of creators and animators in Taipei, Taiwan, and has offices in Hong Kong, Japan, and the United States. With millions of followers and billions of views, NAS is known around the world for its daily news animation published under its TomoNews platform. NAS handles every step of the 3D animation content workflow: from storyboards to development of 3D models to CG animation. NextLab, the R&D operations at NAS, develops new technologies that push the boundaries of immersive entertainment and animation production.
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Wu Tang Collection - Fighting Life

Wu Tang Collection - Fighting Life

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Director: Joe Law Cast: Jack Conn, Frank Shum, Ma Sha, Tin Ching Frank Shum and Jack Conn are back in the third installment in this incredible "Crippled Masters" franchise. They're moving from their rural home into the city of Taipei in search of employment in the city. Life isn't easy for our two crippled heroes while fighting off local gangsters, struggling to make rent, and even foiling would be thieves, which is tough going while training for the world Kung-Fu Championship. Subscribe to the Wu Tang Collection now and enjoy the best in Martial Arts Action and Entertainment! Go to https://www.youtube.com/c/WuTangCollectionDope
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Wu Tang Collection - Fighting Life

Wu Tang Collection - Fighting Life

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Director: Joe Law Cast: Jack Conn, Frank Shum, Ma Sha, Tin Ching Frank Shum and Jack Conn are back in the third installment in this incredible Crippled Masters franchise. Theyre moving from their rural home into the city of Taipei in search of employment in the city. Life isnt easy for our two crippled heroes while fighting off local gangsters, struggling to make rent, and even foiling would be thieves, which is tough going while training for the world Kung-Fu Championship.
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