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Taiwan Government has donated US$100,000 aid to Philippines

Photo from FB of Province of Sorsogon 

Taiwan Government has donated an amount of US$100,000 to the Province of Sorsogon in the Philippines for the ongoing reconstruction of the province due to the Typhoon Kamuri which lashes the island last December 2, 2019 and leaves 17 deaths, several houses were damaged, and agricultural sectors were severely damaged.

Sorsogon Governor Chiz Escudero received in RCBC Plaza in Makati, January 17, 2020, the disaster relief donation from Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in the Philippines (TECO) Representative Ambassador Michael Peiyung Hsu and Manila Economic and Cultural Office (MECO) Vice-Chairman Gilberto Lauengco.

Escudero expressed his gratitude to Taiwan and its people for their generous assistance to the post-disaster relief operation in Sorsogon. "Taiwan has proven many times over that they are a friend, not only of myself but of the province and the people of Sorsogon," he remarked.

The ambassador underscored the commitment of Taiwan to stand with close neighbors in need of help. He also recognized their friendship with Escudero since his time in the Congress.

Typhoon Tisoy hit Sorsogon last December at peak intensity.
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Another Pinay in Taiwan Win Brand New Car in their Annual Year End Party


A Pinay migrant worker win the Grand prize a brand new car in their annual year end party.

The Pegatron Company held their annual year end party tonight January 17, 2020. The company give cash prizes for over NT$10.5 Million and a Brand new car.

The Pinay who win tonight is working in the company for about 3 months. Another 2 Pinays win NT$300,000 and NT$250,000.

Congratulations to all winners!

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A migrant worker won NT$8 million lottery draw in Taiwan


An anonymous migrant worker from Thailand has won the grand prize of Daily Cash 539 Taiwan lottery last Jan.13 for a total of NT$8 million

Yen Shu-ching the owner of the shop has told the media that the lucky winner works at a nearby factory and has been a frequent customer of her shop for the past three years along with his two friends.She said the she even reminded them to check their prizes because she has been told that the jackpot ticket had been sold at her store.

A 30 year old who chose to hide his identity has bought an NT$50 ticket at a lottery shop in Chiayi City on Monday.Two of his other tickets purchased at the same lottery shop has also won him a little more than NT$10,000 according to Liberty Times.

On January 16, Yen confirmed that the winner had come to her shop to claim his rewards.The winner said his plan to use the unexpected fortune to buy a new house for himself in Thailand.

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A huge fire broke out in a textile factory in Kaohsiung City


A fire broke out at the textile factory in kaohsiung early Wednesday morning. The Kaohsiung City Fire Department had received a report at around 6:00 a.m. that a factory was on fire and several explosions were been heard.

The firefighters had immediately responded the incident at the Dongchang Street of Nanzi District. The factory contains a large textile materials and fuels which intensifies the fire.

The factory was just next to residential area and 50 meters away from a gas station.

Fortunately no deaths nor injuries were reported on the incident.
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Now Hiring Factory Workers for ASE bound to China (20- 50 years old)


Company: ADVANCED SEMICONDUCTOR ENGINEERING INC.
ASE Shanghai, strategically located in Shanghai's Zhangjiang High-Tech Park, provides a semiconductor industry with the integral ability of IC design, assembly & Test, wafer probing and final test. It provides an excellent one-stop-shop service for both domestic and global customers.
Operation Focus
ASE Shanghai's main package offerings include BGA, CSP, and QFP featuring traditional wire bonding and advanced fine pitch technology. ASE Shanghai's test technology supports all types of testing, and encompasses analog, logic, and mixed-signal as well as provides test development software and services for customers.

Position:
Senior Operator
Electrical Engineer
Reserve Team Leader
Manufacturing Team Leader
Maintenance Team Leader
Equipment Engineer
MPE Engineer
MPE Engineer (CE)
MPE Director
QA Project Engineer
CQE Engineer
QA VP

Qualifications:
20-50 years old
At least 2 years of relevant experience
College Graduate
must be Good in English
Good knowledge of MS Office

earn as much as 20,000 RMB!

What to bring: Original passport and SSS UMID ID, 2 pcs 2x2 picture (white background), PEOS CERTIFICATE and e-registration CERTIFICATE.

To fill up our application form and exam for an immediate lineup.
Come and visit PERSONALLY in their office: Sky Bourne International Inc. 
Where: 1679 Dian St. Brgy San Isidro Makati City

When: Mondays to Fridays (9 am to 6 pm)
For more inquiries you may contact us on the following nos: 0998- 861 - 7201 / 8870300


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Taiwan Hiring: Amkor Technology| No Placement Fee


Company: AMKOR TECHNOLOGY
Overview:
You may know us for high-quality semiconductor packaging and test services. But do you know what inspires us to do what we do? An unswerving commitment to customer service, engineering expertise, and high-volume manufacturing excellence. Helping solve the complex technological challenges facing the industry is what continually motivates us. We want our customers to focus their resources on semiconductor design and wafer fabrication while trusting us to be their reliable packaging technology innovator and test partner.

As the original pioneers of the OSAT industry, Amkor has helped define and advance the technology manufacturing landscape. Since 1968, we’ve delivered innovative packaging solutions with the service and capacity global customers rely on. We’re proud of what we’ve done, and can’t wait to show you what’s next.

Position: FACTORY WORKERS
Location: No.1, Tai Yuen 2nd St. Zhubei City, Hsinchu County Taiwan

Qualification:

Female
21 yrs old to 30 yrs old
Vocational Graduate or Short Certificate
Height must be 155cm and above
At least 1 yrs minimum working experience in Electronic Industry
First timer or Ex- Taiwan is welcome

Agency: Melakom Global Services Incorporated
Address:
Manila Branch: 1662 Leon Guinto St, Malate, Manila, 1004 Metro Manila, Philippines

Cebu Branch:
 LDM Bldg, Legaspi St. Cor. M.J. Cuenco Ave, Cebu City, 6000 Cebu, Philippines





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Snowfall in the high mountains in Taiwan as the temperature is plunging


The Central Weather Bureau of Taiwan has given the 7 days forecast. This Monday will be colder as the temperature is plunging in the country. The county of Miaoli will experience cooler weather from 11- 14 degrees Celcius today. While the rest of the counties and cities in Northern Taiwan will experience 13-16 degrees Celcius.

Monday will be the coldest as the temperature in Northern Taiwan will drop to 11 degrees Celcius. Miaoli County will experience tomorrow from 11- 14 degrees Celcius and while other counties and cities in the north will experience 13 -16 degrees Celcius.

For the rest of the week, the temperature in Northern Taiwan will range to 11-15 degrees Celcius and Central Taiwan will experience 12- 23 degrees Celcius. And for the South area will experience 14-22 degrees Celcius. And while the Eastern area will experience 14-22 degrees Celcius. The outlying islands will experience 11-19 degrees Celcius.

To those will visit the Yushan Mountain, snow is expected as the temperature in the area for the whole week will range in 1 degree to -9 degrees Celcius.
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More than 240 flights cancelled at NAIA in Manila, Airport is closed until further notice


More than 240 Domestic and International flights have been suspended at Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila since 9:00 p.m. last night according to CAAP.

"Aviation authorities are also discussing the potentiality of redirecting all NAIA arriving flights at Clark International Airport in Pampanga." a separate advisory of CAAP.

Meanwhile in the interview by Alvin Elchico at DZMM to Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) General Manager Ed Monreal last night at around 9:40 p.m., He said that the Airport will be closed until further notice. No exact time when will be open. The passengers are advised to contact their Airline buses.

No flights in NAIA since 6:22 p.m. and the last international flights landed around 7:30 pm last night. All international flights will be diverted to Cebu International Airport.

All passengers are advised not to go to NAIA to avoid congestion at the airport. Instead, coordinate first in their respective airline companies. According to MIAA Gen. Ed Monreal.


For Cebu Pacific Advisory #4
due to Taal Volcano eruption

As of 12:20 am, January 13, 2020
Additional flight cancellations - January 13, 2020

DOMESTIC
5J 885 Manila-Cotabato
5J 886 Cotabato-Manila
5J 196 Manila-Cauayan
5J 197 Cauayan-Manila
5J 475 Manila-Bacolod
5J 473 Manila-Bacolod
5J 476 Bacolod-Manila
5J 474 Bacolod-Manila
5J 619 Manila-Bohol (Tagbilaran)
5J 620 Bohol (Tagbilaran)-Manila
5J 451 Manila-Iloilo
5J 447 Manila-Iloilo
5J 468 Iloilo-Manila
5J 452 Iloilo-Manila
5J 448 Iloilo-Manila
5J 627 Manila-Dumaguete
5J 628 Dumaguete-Manila
5J 381 Manila-Cagayan de Oro (Laguindingan)
5J 383 Manila-Cagayan de Oro (Laguindingan)
5J 382 Cagayan de Oro (Laguindingan)-Manila
5J 384 Cagayan de Oro (Laguindingan)-Manila
5J 771 Manila-Pagadian
5J 772 Pagadian-Manila
5J 561 Manila-Cebu
5J 551 Manila-Cebu
5J 567 Manila-Cebu
5J 563 Manila-Cebu
5J 565 Manila-Cebu
5J 562 Cebu-Manila
5J 568 Cebu-Manila
5J 564 Cebu-Manila
5J 566 Cebu-Manila
5J 649 Manila-Tacloban
5J 650 Tacloban-Manila
5J 961 Manila-Davao
5J 963 Manila-Davao
5J 962 Davao-Manila
5J 964 Davao-Manila
5J 321 Manila-Legazpi
DG 6193 Manila-Legazpi
5J 322 Legazpi-Manila
DG 6194 Legazpi-Manila
5J 373 Manila-Roxas
5J 374 Roxas-Manila
5J 821 Manila-Virac
5J 822 Virac-Manila
5J 781 Manila-Ozamiz
5J 782 Ozamiz-Manila
5J 785 Manila-Butuan
5J 786 Butuan-Manila
5J 891 Manila-Caticlan
5J 892 Caticlan-Manila
5J 635 Manila-Puerto Princesa
5J 636 Puerto Princesa-Manila
5J 991 Manila-General Santos
5J 997 Manila-General Santos
5J 992 General Santos-Manila
5J 998 General Santos-Manila
DG6177 Manila-Masbate
DG 6178 Masbate-Manila
DG 6041 Manila-Busuanga (Coron)
DG 6042 Busuanga (Coron)-Manila
DG 6009 Manila-Basco
DG 6011 Manila-Basco
DG 6010 Basco-Manila
DG 6012 Basco-Manila
DG6315 Manila-Kalibo
DG 6316 Kalibo-Manila
DG6241 Manila-Caticlan
DG 6242 Caticlan-Manila

INTERNATIONAL
5J 744 Manila-Hanoi
5J 745 Hanoi-Manila
5J 110 Manila-Hong Kong
5J 272 Manila-Hong Kong
5J 111 Hong Kong-Manila
5J 273 Hong Kong-Manila
5J 813 Manila-Singapore
5J 814 Singapore-Manila
5J 279 Manila-Denpasar (Bali)
5J 280 Denpasar (Bali)-Manila
5J 312 Manila-Taipei
5J 313 Taipei-Manila
5J 929 Manila-Bangkok
5J 930 Bangkok-Manila
5J 5054 Manila-Narita
5J 5055 Narita-Manila


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More photos recovered from the phone of an OFW in Taiwan and both of them are facing deportation

capture in YouTube channel of Raffy Tulfo in Action

Mr. Sonny Guzman a husband of an OFW in Taiwan has sought the help of Mr. Raffy Tulfo in his program Raffy Tulfo in Action after he found out that his wife is having an illicit affair.

According to Mr. Guzman, this December his wife seems had to change its behavior. Last October he and his son went to Taiwan because they missed her. During the vacation in Taiwan, They lived in a vacant house of his wife's employer. According to him, everyone can get in and out in that house. To fast forward his wife had given him a cellphone to be used.

So after the vacation, he and his son had checked the phone opening some applications and suddenly they stumble a sweet photo of his wife and a certain guy. So he became suspicious, he later downloaded an application for recovery of deleted photos. Right there and then he discovered plenty of sweet photos of his wife and a certain guy.

He then confronted his wife, at first she was in denial but later admitted that she had been in a relationship with a guy in Taiwan. But according to her, she has no more communications since March last year. Mr. Guzman then confronted that he has proof that they still have communication and ongoing relationship. Instead to apologize his wife proudly admitted everything according to Mr. Guzman.

Mr. Raffy Tulfo has promised Mr. Guzman to help him deport his wife and the guy. He promised that they will contact the corresponding government agencies and agency of his wife itself for fast deportation. They will also seek that both of them will be block listed in Immigration to prevent them from working and leaving abroad.

Watch the full episode below !!!

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An OFW on a suspect after an Engineer in Taichung dies while having machine maintenance


A Taiwanese Engineer from Siliconware Precision Industries in Taichung was reported dead while having maintenance on the machine according to the local news Apply daily of Taiwan.

According to the initial investigation the Engineer went inside the automatic machine he repair. His colleague has immediately turned off the machine upon seeing his head and the body is squeezed inside the machine.

The Engineer is working in the company for already 10 years and married with 2 daughters according to the source. The company will be cooperating with the authorities and the family of the victim.

An ongoing investigation of the case, They suspected a Pinay Operator have started the machine, if she will be found out that she started the machine then she will be liable and guilty of negligent of death by criminal law in Taiwan.

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NAIA temporarily closed, no incoming and outgoing flights in Manila


Manila International Airport (MIA) has temporarily suspended the flights for outbound and inbound. The management announced at around 6:22 p.m. due to the eruption of Taal Volcano which causes severe falls of ashes in the area.

"Aviation authorities are also discussing the potentiality of redirecting all NAIA arriving flights at Clark International Airport in Pampanga." a separate advisory of CAAP.

Meanwhile in the interview by Alvin Elchico at DZMM to Manila International Airport Authority (MIAA) General Manager Ed Monreal this evening at 9:40 p.m., He said that the Airport will be closed until further notice. No exact time when will be open. The passengers are advised to contact their Airline buses.

No flights in NAIA since 6:22  p.m. and the last international flights landed is around 7:30 pm. All international flights will be diverted to Cebu International Airport because tomorrow morning the Clark International Airport might not be operational due to continuous ashfall.

All passengers are advised not to go to NAIA  even tomorrow morning to avoid congestion at the airport. Instead, coordinate first in their respective airline companies. According to MIAA Gen. Ed Monreal.
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Alert level 4 raised in Taal Volcano, mandatory evacuation ongoing


The Famous Taal Volcano in the Philippines has suddenly erupted this afternoon. The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS) has raised the alert level 2 to alert 4 an hour after the eruption occurs. Meaning there will be magmatic unrest in the volcano, implying a movement in the magma.

"The volcano is inside a bigger crater or basin or bowl. which is why people would have to evacuate horizontally and away from the crater. There is water that would be hindering the rapid evacuation and that is why people need to get out of the island as soon as possible." According to Solidom (PHIVOLCS).

The National Disaster and Risk Reduction Management Council (NDRRMC) has ordered an evacuation on three towns of San Nicolas, Balete and Talisay which is near the volcano. Heavy ashfall experienced in Tagaytay City, Laguna, Cavite and Muntinlupa City. 

The Department of Health has warned that exposure to falling ash may cause several health problems. It has recommended that people should stay indoors as much as possible and use dust masks and goggles for protection when going outside.

According to PHIVOLCS the Taal has been manifesting “moderate to a high level of seismic activity” since March 28, 2019, with weak earthquakes being felt in several areas in Batangas.
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A cooler week and snowy weather as the temperature in Taiwan is dropping down


The Central Weather Bureau of Taiwan has given the 7 days forecast. This Sunday will be colder as the temperature is plunging in the country. The county of Miaoli will experience cooler weather from  12 - 14 degrees Celcius today. While the rest of the counties and cities in Northern Taiwan will experience 13-16 degrees Celcius.

Central Taiwan will experience 14- 23 degrees Celcius. While Southern Taiwan will experience 16-22 degrees Celcius. Eastern Taiwan will experience 16-20 degrees Celcius. While the outlying islands in the country will experience 11-19 degrees Celcius.

Tomorrow Monday will be the coldest as the temperature in Northern Taiwan will drop to 11 degrees Celcius. Miaoli County will experience tomorrow from 11- 14 degrees Celcius and while other counties and cities in the north will experience 13 -16 degrees Celcius.

For the rest of the week, the temperature in Northern Taiwan will range to 11-15 degrees Celcius and Central Taiwan will experience 12- 23 degrees Celcius. And for the South area will experience 14-22 degrees Celcius. And while the Eastern area will experience 14-22 degrees Celcius. The outlying islands will experience 11-19 degrees Celcius.

To those will visit the Yushan Mountain, snow is expected as the temperature in the area for the whole week will range in 1 degree to -9 degrees Celcius.
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Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen and Vice-president William Lai won over 8 million landslide victory


As the incumbent President Tsai Ing-wen won a landslide victory Saturday (Jan. 11) that cast more than 8 million votes which set a new record since direct presidential elections began in 1996, while more than 2.5 million ahead of Kuomintang (KMT) candidate Han Kuo-yu.

The ex-Premier William Lai was the vice-presidential running mate of President Tsai, they had received 8,170,186 votes or 57.13 percent, based on final result from the Central Election Commission (CEC). They totally broke the record of 7.23 million votes established by KMT candidate Ma Ying-jeou in 2008.

Who is Vice-president William Lai?
Lai Ching‑te, also known by his English name William Ching‑te Lai, is a Taiwanese politician. He served as a legislator in the Legislative Yuan from 1999 to 2010, and as Mayor of Tainan from 2010 to 2017, prior to taking office as Premier of Taiwan.

His political party is the Democratic Progressive Party is a Taiwanese nationalist and liberal political party in Taiwan. Controlling both the Taiwan Presidency and the unicameral Legislative Yuan, it is the majority ruling party and the dominant party in the Pan-Green Coalition.

Lai served as premier in the administration of President Tsai Ing-wen from Sept. 8, 2017 until Jan. 14, 2019, when he stepped down after the DPP suffered a series of brutal defeats to the opposition Kuomintang (KMT) in last November’s regional elections.
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BREAKING NEWS: President Tsai Ing-wen has win the Taiwan Presidential Election 2020


After a couple of months of waiting finally the people of Taiwan stood up and cast their votes in favor of President Tsai Ing-wen. She defeated the two presidential aspirant including the Mayor of Kaohsuing Han Kuo-yu. She garnered 57.1 percent of the vote while Han Kuo-yu garnered 38.6 percent while James Soong got 4.3 percent of the vote.

Tsai Ing-wen is a Taiwanese politician and professor serving as the president of Taiwan , since 20 May 2016.

Her political party is the Democratic Progressive Party is a Taiwanese nationalist and liberal political party in Taiwan. Controlling both the Taiwan Presidency and the unicameral Legislative Yuan, it is the majority ruling party and the dominant party in the Pan-Green Coalition.
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A Taiwan brokers in under investigation for an alleged NT$400 million illegal Trading


A broker which handled the Filipino workers in Taiwan has been under investigation due to alleged fraud. The authorities had found out that the broker is accepting remittances and had exceeded to  NT$400 million under I-remit a non-banking financial service provider based in the Philippines.

And aside from the violation of the Banking Act, It was also found out that they are charging an amount ranging from 1 to 3 percent on the transaction as service charge.

 The Hua-gong-ha Brokers is being investigated by the Taipei City Investigation Bureau. due to illegal trading between the Philippines and Taiwan. It was also found out that the Hua-gong-ha is operated by Yang Junyi who used to handle import and export trading as well as brokering foreign workers.

They are suspected of operating underground currency from Taiwan dollar to Philippine peso. If found guilty the company will face the Banking Act of Taiwan.

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