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Hiring: Yonyu Plastics Co. Ltd (永裕塑胶工业)

Company Overview:
Since 1964, YONYU Plastics Co., Ltd. has been active in the packaging industry. YONYU Plastics provides customers with a complete range of solutions. YONYU Plastics develop from a local, medium sized OEM factory into one of Asia's leading ODM plastic container manufacturers. 

Company Location:
No.191, Min Sheng Rd., Sec.2, Tainan City, Taiwan

Household cleaning supplies, Personal Cleaning Supplies, Cosmetic package material, Drug packaging material, Green packaging materials, Girdle wiring, Extrusion product mold, Dispensing pump and sprayer

-20 to 28 years old
-Single only
-157cm above; 60 kilos below
-2yrs or 4yrs College graduate (not Nursing)
-With related factory working experience
-Can speak and understand English
-First time to go and work in Taiwan
-Willing to work overtime

How to apply?
Visit and apply personally at Japan Maruko International Corporation at 14th flr De Leon Center Building, MH Del Pilar Street, corner Nuestra Senora De Guia, Ermita, Manila. 

For requirements, visit this link


Visa Free For Filipinos Entering Taiwan Now Official

Taiwan Premier Lai Ching-te has approved the plan to give visa free status to Filipino passport holders. The visa free privilege had approved yesterday (September 27, 2017) according to Winston Cheng director-general of the Foreign Ministry's Department of East Asian and Pacific Affairs.

Filipinos could become eligible for visa free entry in October or November, with a duration of stay up to 14 days. The start date will be announce by next month.

The move is part of Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy that relaxes visa rules for the 10 member states of Association of Southeast Asian Nation and India.

(imgae from holidayme)

Taiwan Weather To Cool Down As Autumn Approaches

Weather in Taiwan will soon be cooler according to the country's Central Weather Bureau. Thunderstorms are occasional on some parts of Taiwan. Northeastern winds contributes to the cooler temperature and will start by Thursday (September 28, 2017).

As Autumn approaches and will end the hot summer , expect the temperature will be lowered in between 4 to 6 degrees Celsius.

The first breeze of autumn started last September 23 technically. Still, hot weather will return once the northeastern winds leave the country.


PBA Now Offers Promos and Perks for OFW

Are you an OFW who is an avid fan of the Philippine Basketball Association? PBA now offers different promos and perks for OFW and former OFW, they call it 'Balik Pinas, Balik PBA Balikbayan Box'. From PBA facebook page, see below mechanics on how to avail.

Balik Pinas, Balik PBA 'Balikbayan Box' mechanics:

1) Who can avail the ‘Balikbayan Box’ promo?

- Filipinos who stayed out of the country for at least a year and returned to the Philippines (with documents such as Passport, Birth Certificate etc.)
- OFWs (with documents such as Passport, Overseas Employment Certificate etc.)
- Former Filipino Citizens who have returned to the Philippines (any proof showing Filipino Citizenship such as Old Passport, Birth Certificate etc.)

2) What are the perks?

- Photo-op with favourite player/s
- Dug-out Hallway pass
- Online PBA Passport which would update the ‘Balikbayan’ of the latest PBA news, updates, activities and promos
- Priority to avail a limited number of tickets
- Access to 2017 PBA Rookie Camp, Draft and Leo Awards for the Balikbayan ONLY and with prior registration (limited slots)
- Free ticket for the ‘Balikbayan’ if 4 or more tickets are availed
- TV Exposure
- PBA Social Media Accounts Exposure

To avail of this promo and for other information, email PBA at or you can call our office at 470-2768 This will start by September 26, 2017.


Taiwan Responds To President Duterte's Claims As Source Of Illegal Drugs

Taiwan's Ministry Of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) respond to Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte's claims. MOFA spokesperson Eleanor Wang said that Taiwan supports the campaign of war against drugs in the Philippines.

During the president's speech he said that the major source of drugs are coming from China and Taiwan. "The drug trade is an organized crime," he said. "You cannot have an operation of drugs if there is no production process from whatever source -- it could be in China, Taiwan, Philippines."

Philippines and Taiwan have worked together against cross border crime and will seek building more cooperation according to and interview of CNA to spokesperson Eleanor Wang.

112 foreign nationals were arrested in 2016 in the Philippines for drug production or sale, including 44 Chinese and 29 Taiwanese citizens. 

(image by TaipeiTimes / source FocusTaiwan)


President Duterte Claims Taiwan One Of Sources Of Illegal Drugs

President Rodrigo Duterte claims that Taiwan (and China) are possibly the sources of illegal drugs flooding in the Philippines. At his speech during the police academy alumni, Duterte said that the illegal drugs are from organized crime groups in the Chinese republic.

Taiwan representative to the Philippines Gary Lin said that the president is telling the truth is a sense regarding the drug problem in the Philippines.

Taiwan has been working closely with the Philippines to fight drug trafficking, and thus far the results have been good according to Lin. What Duterte want to express 'it is only through cooperation that eradication can occur,” Lin added.

As the war on drugs of the Duterte Administration remain controversial for others, the president still persistent on continuing it. The main cause of crime like murder, rape is due to the intake of illegal drugs of every suspect in the Philippines.


The One Stop Service Center For OFW

Overseas Filipino Worker and filipino citizens can avail the following services from the one-stop service center:
1. Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA)
-Passport services
-Passport validity extension for Balik Manggagawa (vacationing Workers)
2. Overseas Welfare Workers Administration (OWWA)
-Processing of OWWA membership/renewal of membership
3. Technical Education and Skills Development (TESDA)
-Assistance for competency assessmentVerification of certificates and special order
-Assistance forrReplacement of National Certificates (NC)/ Certificates of Competency (COC)
-Training assistance and scholarship program
4. Professional Regulation
-Commission (PRC)Issuance of Professional License
5. Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA)
-Issuance/revalidation of seaman’s book
6. Home Development Mutual Fund (HDMF)
-Processing of Pag-ibig membership
7. Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PHIC)
-Payment of Philhealth contribution
-Member registration and updating
8. Social Security System (SSS)
-Registration and membership data amendment
-Acceptance of loan and benefits claim applications
-Loan verification and status
-UMID capturing and card releasing
9. Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)
-Processing and copy issuance of Certificate of Live Birth
-Certificate of Marriage
-Certificate of Death
-Certificate of No Marriage (CENOMAR)
10. Bureau of Immigration (BI)
-Departure clearance information
11. National Bureau of Investigation (NBI)
-Issuance of NBI clearance
12. Commission on Higher
Education (CHED)
-Verification and authentication of school credentials
13.Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA)
-Travel tax payment
-Processing of travel tax exemption and reduced travel tax
14. Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA)
-Documentation of workers (Landbased and Seabased)
-Documentation of workers-on-leave/Balik-Manggagawa
-Registration of landbased worker-applicantsVerification/certification of OFW records
-Provision of legal assistance
All offices are open from Monday to Fridays 8am to 5pm and close on Saturdays, Sunday and holidays. There is also Bayad Center available for some payment processing inside the OSSCO.


Change on Workweek Policy Mulls By Major Percentage of Taiwanese Employers

The five day workweek policy in Taiwan looks to have a few change, where about 65% of Taiwanese employers are not pleased on the current workweek policy. Taiwanese cabinet about to submit an amendment regarding to the current policy according the newly inaugurated Premier William Lai.

The workweek policy had been criticized by many employers and even their workers since it was implemented 9 months ago. The workweek policy known as One fixed day off and One flexible day off.

The Taiwanese cabinet section will start the discussion by September 22 and was on their priority list.


A Man From India Marries A Rat

Chidhatma Basu, 41 from Bangalore, India married a female rat as he believe by his religion, that the rat is the reincarnation of his wife. He lost his wife in a car accident this just this year.

'This little female rat showed up on my doorstep, and it had my wife’s eyes and nose' according to Basu. 'I offered it my wife’s favorite cookies, and it devoured it just like she would have done' he added.

Hindus believe that it is possible for dead people to be reincarnated in a form of animals. The wedding ceremony of a man and an animal draws several reaction in India.

Even critics hit them hard, Mr. Basu and his new wife, the rat, aren't likely to be bothered.

(image by dailypost)


15 Locations of One Stop Service Center for OFW in the Philippines

There are currently 15 One Stop Service Center for OFW scattered in 15 different provinces nationwide. It is for the comfortability of every OFW to find government offices in one place. See below list:

1. Manna Mall in San Fernando City, La Union

2. City Tourism Office in Tuguegarao City, Cagayan

3. Baguio Convention Center, Ba­guio City

4. Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga

5. OWWA Regional Office 4A in Calamba City, Laguna

6. Robinson’s Place in Puerto Princesa City

7. Pacific Mall, Legaspi City

8. SM City Cebu in Cebu City

9. Robinson’s Place, Iloilo City

10. Ro­binson’s Place, Bacolod City

11. DOLE Regional Office No. 8 in Tacloban City, Leyte

12. Goodwill Center in Zamboanga City

13. OWWA ­Regional Office No. 10 in Cagayan de Oro City

14 . Butuan City Hall Complex in Butuan City

15. New City Hall in Koronadal City

The service center offices are open 8am to 5pm from Monday to Friday.


P2P Buses Travelling From Clark to NAIA Now Operational

Point to Point bus has started their service that will travel from Clark International Airport in Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga to Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Pasay and vice versa.

Passengers from Clark can choose where to get off. Either in North Edsa / Trinoma (P250), Robinsons Galleria / Resorts World Manila / Ortigas (P300) and NAIA Terminal 3 (P350).

As of today there are only 10 buses operational, but the winning bidder Genesis Transport Service said that the number of buses can go up to 48 next year. Every bus are equipped with CCTV, GPS, WiFi, dashed cam and charging stations.

First trip starts at 04:00 am and last trip is 09:00 pm.


Php21.00 Increase On Minimum Wage Earners In NCR

Php21.00 increase will recieve soon on Metro Manila for those who earns on minimum on daily wages.

By Wage Order No. NCR-21 of Regional Tripartite Wages and Productivity Board-NCR, the Php481.00 daily will become Php512.00 for those who work on non agriculture sector. From php444.00, it will become php475.00 for those who work retail and manufacturing sector.

Although the Associated Labor Unions-Trade Union Congress of the Philippines filed a petition for a Php184.00 increase in wages, but only given Php21.00. It is a far cry from their petition and will appeal to president Rodrigo Duterte.

The addition wage increase will take effect by October this year.


Restaurant In Taiwan Sells A Bowl of Beef Noodles for NTD10,000!

NTD10,000 = Php17,000

Well, that is the price of a beef noodle soup in Taipei, Taiwan. The restaurant name is Niu Ba Ba (Daddy Cow), it is a small 20seat restaurant. Chef Wang Cong-yuan has spent the past 26 years of his life researching and perfecting the noodle soup.

'From the age of fourty, I have focused on making a good bowl of beef noodles. It's quality over quantity. My ultimate goal is to make the world's best beef noodle shop' according to Chef Wang.

In case you do not have that enough budget for the presidential beef noodle soup, you can get the NTD200 (Php 330) 'ordinary beef noodles'.


Philippine Beauty Queen Tap to Boost Taiwan Tourism

Taiwan is serious in terms of boosting its tourism campaign this year. The country invited former Philippine beauty queen Maggie Wilson to shoot travel videos to promote tourism to Southeast Asian Countries.

It is a 60 second promotional video / commercial that feature Taiwan's most iconic places, popular travel spots and some activeities that can be done in Taiwan.

This is the second time Maggie Wilson to make a commercial video for Taiwan. This time she is along side former beauty queen Paruh Shah.

This is part of the New Southbound Policy of the country. The promotional video will start airing by November 11 on AXN, Sony and Animax Philippines.

(image from


Taiwan To Consider Visa Free For Filipinos By October

Visa free entry to Taiwan for passport holders of residents of the Republic of the Philippines could be possible starting October. New policies will be discuss, if everything will be ironed out Filipinos can enter Taiwan visa free according to an official of the Foreign Ministry.

The new visa rules will take effect on October after finalizing the New Southbound Policy that will be discuss during the meeting. They will discuss security, immigration and other related issues.

The visa free entry for August has been halted last May due to the need of complete relevant administrative procedures and inter-agency coordination.


Typhoon Talim To Bring Heavy Rains and Winds At Northern Taiwan

Typhoon Talim path moving North-Nortwest can hit the northern part of Taiwan by Wednesday afternoon to Friday (September 13 to 15). Although the eye of the storm may not make a landfall in Taiwan, atmospheric conditions still can bring heavy rains and strong winds.
Talim moving at a speed of 31 kilometers per hour, with wind speeds of 118 kilometers per hour and gusts of 154 kilometers per hour.
It will also hit Eastern part of China and South of Japan. Talim could be equivalent in strength to a major hurricane or Category 3 after hitting China.
It would be the second typhoon to affect Taiwan this year. Typhoon Nesat made landfall in North Taiwan around early of July.


How To Take The Pre-Employment Orientation Seminar?

Are you plan to work abroad?
New applicants should take the pre-employment orientation seminar or PEOS.
It is a mandatory step that the government is requiring to OFW to be.
It is the online tool of the government in fighting illegal recruiters.
You can take the POEA Pre-employment Orientation Seminar Online for free.

Here are the step on taking PEOS online:

1. Go to and choose the training module which is:
-PEOS Online for Professionals and Skilled Workers
-PEOS Online for Domestic Workers

2. Register by filling out the form

3. Watch and read the modules properly as there are questions after each module.
Complete the 8 modules and must get three correct answers to proceed.

4. However, if you choose to take the PEOS Online for Domestic Workers, proceed to Part 2 after passing all 7 modules in Part 1.
Answer all questions after selecting your desired country.

5. After completing and passing all the modules, it will send you a certificate and you can now print it.

Take note of the certificate number as this is required when applying for a job abroad.

Always take note that this service is free online

For more info visit

Taiwan Minimum Wage Goes Up

Taiwan economy continues to progress, the Ministry of Labor (MOL) is about to increase the hourly minimum wage to NT$140 (US$4.65) and the monthly minimum wage to NT$22,000. This would be the last signing of Lin Chuan to approve the proposal as a government official before he gets off. Local workers, as well as migrant workers will get the same raise as per Labor Standard Act.

Line dry or Dryer: OFW choose...

Air drying laundry is the traditional way to dry clothes but having a dryer is the most convenient way.
There are advantages and disadvantages on both which are listed below.

Advantage of Line dry
- Save money
- Less bleaching system
- Kills bacteria
- Makes clothes feel fresher
- Gentle on clothing

Advantage of Dryer
- Dries large amount of clothes
- Speed drying
- Can be used any time of the season
- Can save most of your time

Disadvantage of Line dry
- Seasonal (Hard to dry during winter)
- Need more space hang clothes
- Time to dry clothes

Disadvantage of Dryer
- Not good for all garments
- Power consumptions, higher bills
- Static electricity can be problem

Asked 20 OFW here in Taiwan (Chunan) and the results?
17 choose to use the dryers most reasons is to save time and 3 chose to line dry as it's their traditional way.

Healthy Advice About Sleep According To Experts

Do you want your body to be healthy?
Do you want to avoid different illness or diseases?
One way is to get enough sleep, experts advise the following:

1. Sleeping time from 11:00 pm to 3:00 am is the most important time to rest.
This is the time during sleep where liver, kidneys and other parts of our body recover from our daily activities.

2. Sleep 8 hours every day, from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am.
If you are not sleepy, just lay down on the bed, rest and relax.

3. Have a body clock, sleep early and wake up early.
This is a habit of a healthy person.

4. If you work at night, get enough sleep in the morning.
Make sure to have a dark room, cover all windows, block all sunlight passing through your room.
Try to sleep 7 to 8 hours.

5. If you lack sleep at night, sleep in the afternoon.
Complete the lack of sleep, have a power nap.

6. If you are sleepy, sleep. It is a sign that the body wants to rest.

7. Do not sleep for 10hours, sleeping for 10 hours is unhealthy.
It can be a sign that you have a disease that causes you sleep for a long time.

8. Sleep according to your age, 20-40 years old must sleep 7-8hours.
50 years old and above sleep for about 6hrs only.

Always listen to your body and sleep properly.
Visit your doctor if you feel something wrong with your body.

Reminders on Working in Taiwan as an OFW

Refreshing to all migrant workers below reminder while working in Taiwan.

1.  All foreign workers are covered by the Taiwan Labor Standards Law, except Household Services Workers (e.g. caretakers and domestic helpers).
The household service workers are protected by the provisions of their employment contracts, which depends on their employer.

2.  The total working period in Taiwan is 12 years only.  After their 12th year, foreign workers, including OFWs are not qualified to return to work in Taiwan.
Although, lawmakers are looking to extend it up to 15 years.

3.  There is a "brokerage system" in Taiwan, it was passed and it is a law.
Taiwan Manpower agencies collect fees monthly for their services.

4.  OFWs are required to submit a Foreign Workers' Affidavit for Wages/Salary and Expenses incurred for Entry to ROC to Work (Fees and Salary Declaration).
This includes all the fees that are paid by the workers.  These fees are not reflected in the Employment Contract of the workers.

5.  OFWs must undergo a mandatory medical examination within 3 days from arrival and within 30 days before or after the 6th, 18th and 30th month of employment.

6.  OFWs must apply for Alien Residence Certificate (ARC) immediately when reached Taiwan.
However, brokers are the one who applies for these.

7. The employer has to apply for the worker's Work Permit, always check and read.

8.  OFWs have month deductions on salary which are income taxes, labor insurance except for houshold service workers, National Health Insurance share and broker's fee.

Other Important reminders:
a.  OFW must keep their own passport, ARC, and money
b.  Have the original copy of your marriage contract and birth certificate of children for tax exemption
c.  Read every contract you are signing
d.  The worker cannot change employer instantly
e.  Penalties on breaching contracts include Blacklisting of OFW, Face legal case, Incarceration/Detention, and Immediate Deportationpinoys.

Be refreshed Pinoys.


Best Reminders on Living in TAIWAN

This is to refresh all OFW (even migrants) in Taiwan to follow its law.
It is best to remind OFW regarding the following:

1.  Respect Taiwanese tradition and strictly observe all laws and regulations.
2.  Compliment the health of an elderly person which is always appreciated.
3.  Do not be discouraged by the lack of warmth of the Taiwanese culture.
4.  Remain calm and composed at all times.
5.  The Taiwanese point with an open hand as pointing with a finger is socially unacceptable.
6.  Never touch the hand of their children as this is their belief.
7.  Compose yourself and do not show too many emotions on public places.
8.  Winking at someone is considered unacceptable, even to a friend.
9.  Always be polite to anyone. Modesty is highly valued in Taiwan.
10.  Learn at least few basic Chinese language much better communication.
11. Always bring your Alien residence Card wherever you go.

Always have that good attitude and behavior.
Be refreshed Pinoys.

Tour Taipei by Yamventures

Traveling to Taiwan? Do you want a hassle free and comfortable traveling experience?
Kevin dagatan and Anj Yap brings you Yamventures, as they will help you arrange your trip to Taiwan.
Explore the must visit destinations on affordable costs.
Tour package starts at NTD1375 per person for a group of 8 and NTD2000 for a group of 4.

Inclusions on all tour packages:
1. Airport pick up upon arrival at Taoyuan International Airport
2. Hotel pick up and drop off during trip
3. English speaking driver/tour guide
4. Private car service for youtown group for 8 hours / 300NTD per 30mins in excess to 8 hrs
5. Include Fuel fee, toll fee, and parking fee

Northern Coast Tour
-Yehliu Geopark
-Ginguashi Golden Waterfalls
-Shifen old street
-Shifen Waterfalls
-Jiufen old street

Taipei Day Tour A
-Fisherman's Wharf
-Fort San Domingo
-Little white house
-Hobe's Fort
-Chiang Kai Shek
-National Palace Museum
-Sunyatsan Memorial park
-Taipei 101

Taipei Day Tour B
-Fisherman's Wharf
-Fort San Domingo
-Little white house
-Hobe's Fort
-Yehliu Geopark
-Beitou Hotspring
-Yangmingshan National Park

Taipei Day Tour C
-Yehliu Geopark
-Beitou Hotspring
-Yangmingshan National Park
-Chiang Kai Shek
-National Palace Museum
-Sunyatsan Memorial park
-Taipei 101

Explore Taipei, Taiwan comfortably.
for more info visit

Visiting Hsinchu Confucius Temple

All major cities in Taiwan sure have Confucius Temple around, they are built with very much detail and simplicity.
Confucius Temple or Taoist Temple is completely quiet and a good place to have peace of mind.

The Hsinchu Confucius Temple was first built in 1817 in Wuchang Street.
This temple in Hsinchu was used for Central Exams during the Qing Dynasty Emperor Jia Qing’s 23rd year.
The Hsinchu Confucius Temple was the official temple during the Qing Dynasty.
Traditionally there are door gods placed to protect the temple, but in this case, a special door was designed with spikes placed in front in lieu of the gods.
It is transferred in Hsinchu in 1957 after the Japanese colonization and restored.

Inside the Temple is the Da Cheng Hall and it is housed by spirit tablets.

Above the tablets, there are two large plaques with calligraphy
The black plaque is Analects of Confucius means "Education for everyone no matter what their background" and a blue plaque which refers to Confucius as a "model teacher for all time."

Every September 28th Confucius birthday, Teachers’ Day a memorial ceremony for Confucius will be held right in front of the Temple.

Every Confucius temple are art and looking at its detail makes you want to learn more about it.
Although the Temple is not that catchy for tourist, it has its own charm and several reasons to pay a visit.

The temple is a 10-15minute walk from the Hsinchu train Station it is beside the Hsinchu park.
Happy trip!


How To Take The Pre-Employment Orientation Seminar?

Are you plan to work abroad?
New applicants should take the pre-employment orientation seminar or PEOS.
It is a mandatory step that the government is requiring to OFW to be.
It is the online tool of the government in fighting illegal recruiters.
You can take the POEA Pre-employment Orientation Seminar Online for free.

Here are the step on taking PEOS online:

1. Go to and choose the training module which is:
-PEOS Online for Professionals and Skilled Workers
-PEOS Online for Domestic Workers

2. Register by filling out the form

3. Watch and read the modules properly as there are questions after each module.
Complete the 8 modules and must get three correct answers to proceed.

4. However, if you choose to take the PEOS Online for Domestic Workers, proceed to Part 2 after passing all 7 modules in Part 1.
Answer all questions after selecting your desired country.

5. After completing and passing all the modules, it will send you a certificate and you can now print it.

Take note of the certificate number as this is required when applying for a job abroad.

Always take note that this service is free online

For more info visit

Random list of Top and Legal Agencies bound for Taiwan

Taiwan houses a lot of big manufacturing companies from electronics, semiconductors, plastics, food processing and many others. It also in need of numbers of caregivers, caretakers, domestic helpers in private home sectors.

The random list below are some of the legal and top performing agencies that accept applicants for Taiwan.

City Employment
contact nos. 0917-524-6502/ 0917-844-8451
0998-963-7112/ 0998-845-2982
room 702, 7th floor, DY International Bldg. 1011 Gen.Malvar Street, COrner San Marcelino, Malate, Manila

JS Contractor
(02) 527-7956 -59 local 110,141
423 Magallanes St, Intramuros, Manila, Metro Manila

Contact nos. 0998-556-9634/ 0916-441-3354
#28 GSIS Avenue GSIS Village, Project 8, Quezon City, 1116 Metro Manila

Contact no. 0917-871-8381

(02)525-1031 local 125
Unit 2A, 1636 Agoncillo St, Malate, Manila, 1004 Metro Manila

Contact No. :5218053 / 5232407 / 5363754

Address :
14th Floor De Leon Center Building 1151 M.H Del Pilar St. Corner Nuestra Senora De Guia Malate Manila Metro Manila
Contact No. :5168701 / 5168750

Jedegal International Manpower Services
Employment Agency
Address: Ground floor & 2nd floor Accent Tower Building 33 Shorthorn St. Quezon City
Tel. Nos. : ( 632) 352-2193 ; (632) 352-2192 ; (632) 352-2185
Fax Nos. : (632)-3520029

Address: F.B. Harrison St, Pasay, Metro Manila
Contact No. :5221795 / 5160456

Ample Laborpool Incorporated
Address :
6/F 1377 A. Mabini St. Cor. Sta. Monica, Ermita, Manila Ermita, Manila Metro Manila Contact No. :09294436844
Phone:(02) 359-4352 or (02) 524-4067

Address :
Rm 406 Paragon Tower, 531 A. Flores St., Ermita Manila Metro Manila Contact No. :(02) 5363122, 5146983, 09175367473

Address :
60 Harvard St., Aurora Blvd., Cubao Quezon Metro Manila Contact No. :709-0549

Mission Way Manpower Services Inc.
GF-3F No. 1828 San Marcelino St.
Malate, Manila, Philippines 1004
Tel. No.: (+632) 522-73-86
(+632) 521-53-18
(+632) 302-20-07

Jopman Corporation
Address :
1923 SAN MARCELINO ST. MALATE MANILA Manila-1004 Metro Manila
Contact No. :525-4661 /525-4662 /525-4666/822-9474

Address :
Contact No. :5540660 - 61

Address :
Contact No. :256-0521/23

27 and 27a Rainbow St. Bricktown Subdivision, Moonwalk Village, Parañaque City
Tel. No. .+632 823-3891. +632 511-0208

Sky Bourne International Inc
1679 Dian Street, Brgy. San Isidro, Makati CIty
Makati City
0917-858-8278 / 0999-993-7390 / 0932-857-0279

Address :
945 Padre Faura St. Cor. General Luna St. Ermita, Manila Manila City Metro Manila
Contact No.632 525-7186

Address :
1019 Remedios St. Corner benitez St.
Malate, Manila
Contact No. 254-4014 /254-4210


POEA License No: 167-LB-103006-R
G/F & 2/F EHT Bldg., 87 Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Pasay City
Tel No.:
(02) 5516663

POEA License No: POEA-025-LB-082516-PL
3/F Core Town Bldg. EDSA Extension Cor. P. Celle St., Pasay City
Tel No.:

POEA License No: POEA-124-LB-070511-R
5th Floor, JS Contractor Bldg., 423 Magallanes St., Intramuros, Manila
Tel No.:
(+632) 301-0108 / (+632) 536-4327 / (+632) 536-4362

POEA License No: POEA-036-LB-060914-R
2F Unit A Jacinto Bldg., 380 Cor. Sct Reyes Quezon Ave. Quezon City
Tel No.:
(02)3324673 / 09274778880 / 09292938880

POEA License No: POEA-024-LB-121514-UL
Unit M1 & 5 Padre Faura Center, 472 P.Faura Corner M.H Del Pilar St., Ermita Manila Manila
Tel No.:

POEA License No: POEA-147-LB-090115-R
Tel No.:

POEA License No:
Tel No.:

Always beware of illegal recruiters!

The essential benefits of Easy Card or Yoyo Card of Taiwan?

Hassles of bringing coins in your pocket? Do you want to have a convenient way of paying your rides, foods, etc with just one card? If you are an OFW in Taiwan, why not use the so called yoyo card or easy card?

What is an easy card?
EasyCard is a 'touch-and-go' IC ticketing system for the Taipei Metro, bus services, designated car parks, stores and government agencies. Just pass the card over the sensor area to make a transaction, avoiding hassles with finding correct change. A value can be added to the card at any time, there is no need to repeatedly purchasing new cards. An EasyCard can be used for years and its ultimate aim is to allow people to travel throughout Taiwan with only one card.

Where to buy an easy card?
- you can buy in all convenient store around Taiwan

How much is an easy card?
- Well, for only NT$100, you can have your owned a card

How to reload an easy card?
- It can be reloaded at all convenient  store around Taiwan

How much will I reload to an easy card?
-With a minimum of NT$100 and maximum of NT$10,000

What are the scope of the easy card?
Public Transport: 
-Taipei & Kaohsiung Metro (all lines)
-Bus services in Taipei City, New Taipei City, Keelung City, Taichung City, Yilan County, Matsu and Tainan City
-Available for all station between Suao-Keelung-Pingtung, including Mountain & Coast lines, Pixgin lines, Shenao line, Neiwan lines, Liujia lines, Jiji lines and Shalun lines.
*EasyCard can be used for all train services except tour trains, group trains, Taroko Express, Puyuma Express and other TRA designated trains (special and reserve seat services). EasyCard users enjoy a 10% discount on fares for traveling distance under 70 km.
-Taiwan High-Speed Rail (Non-Reserved)

Transport-related Services
-Government-run parking lots in Taipei City and New Taipei City
-Some privately-owned parking lots
-Maokong Gondola
-“Blue Highway” riverboat services
- Intercity bus services
-Bicycle rental
-Barrier Free Bus

Other Applications:  
-Government Fee
-Scenic Spot
-Designated stores

For inquiries may

A new and more strict law against sexual harassment and abuse to be implemented?

The Taiwan Ministry of Labor has strengthened more its law in the protection of Foreign workers.

If the agents/broker/employer had been involved in sexual abuse, sexual harassment, and trafficking of a foreign worker and found guilty during the investigation, the labor agent will be fine from NT$300 to NT$1.5 million and will be banned from working as labor agent.

And if the employees/ brokers/ agent be found guilty of sexually abusing or harassing her /his employees they will be banned from hiring a foreign employee for a minimum of 2- 5 years or if repeatedly committed the offense they will be banned for a lifetime.

If the agents/brokers have been found to have known prior to an act of abuse by the employers and fail to disclose to authorities within 24 hours, he or she will be fine ranging from NT$60,000 to NT$300,000.

Know your rights and don't just shrug!

Basic Requirements / Documents needed when applying for Taiwan

Many Filipinos today still looking for job overseas. One of their target countries to work with is Taiwan. Taiwan is approximately 100 minutes away from the Philippines by air and has the same time zone. Taiwan homes a lot of manufacturing industries like electronics, semiconductor, food, garments, and others. Listed below are the requirements/documents needed that every agency is looking for.

1. Philippine passport
- Agencies today are requiring that the passport must have at least 3 years before expiration.

2. UMID (Unified Multipurpose Identification Card)
- UMID is the assembling of the SSS ID, but the UMID instead.

3. College Diploma, Transcript of Records or High School Diploma

4. NBI Clearance
- Must get an NBI clearance and the purpose of the certificate must be Travel to Taiwan, not Travel Abroad

5. Voter's ID and Voter's Certificate
-current and all previous employment certificate

6. PEOS ( Pre- employment Orientation Seminar)

7. NSO birth certificate 

Other documents that agencies are asking:
- form 137
- Tin ID
- Philhealth ID
-Current and previous company ID
-Previous school ID
- Barangay clearance and Cedula

If you are properly armed and ready to work abroad, complete the documents listed above and go to your chosen agency to find a job in Taiwan.

Best of luck future OFW's


Process on Applying a Job for Taiwan

Many Filipino job seekers going to abroad are unfazed on what are the processes that have to be taken when applying job for Taiwan. Here are the process on most of the agencies in the Philippines

Process of applying job for Taiwan

1. Line up
-Picking up the right company and agency, one must submit document copies to the agency. When they are verified, you are lined up for the employer's interview.

2. Interview
-Most employer's interview is just simple like tell me about yourself and your work experience. Agencies will require you to wear a plain white shirt.

3. Job offer
- if you pass the employer's interview, the agency will contact you to fill some documents and to be sealed by your signature and finger print.

4. Medical Phase 1
- Medical Phase 1 includes Urinalysis, Ficalysis, CBC, X-ray, Physical Examination, Dental examination, and vaccination. Although agencies differ from the list of medical exams in Phase 1.

-Every OFW are required to take the Pre-Deployment Orientation Seminar. Which is a requirement for an OEC .
-PDOS is also required at the immigration at the airport.

6. Submission of Documents
-Submit all the original documents need by the agency so that they can process your visa.

7. Visa Application
- All OFW going to Taiwan are required to visit TECO for biometrics and for approval of the visa.

8. Medical Phase 2
- When visa is already sent to the agency, OFW  is required to have the second phase of medical.

9. Contract signing
- Sign all contracts as clearly as you can.

Then you are ready to go as an OFW

Beware of Illegal recruiters and Good luck kabayan!


Taiwan to expand VAT Refund on tourist?

Taiwan ready to expand its value added tax for tourists purchasing/ buying items made in Taiwan
to bolster its tourism, it will start by September 1, 2017.
By purchasing Taiwanese products more than NTD3000 on the same day from the Tax Refund Shopping posted store, tourists will be able to claim 5% VAT
Refunds can only be claimed within 30 days after purchase.

Requirements for VAT Refund
-Tourists / Foreign traveler holding passports other than the R.O.C
-Application form of VAT Refund
-Travel documents
-Receipt/s of item

Where to Claim VAT Refund?
Foreign Passenger VAT Refund Service Counter at the airport or seaport of departure.

1. Taoyuan Int'l Airport Terminal 1 Departure Hall, 1F, Customs Service Counter
2. Taoyuan Int'l Airport Terminal 2 Departure Hall, 3F, Customs Service Counter
3. Keelung Harbor East 2nd Pier, West 2nd Pier
4. Taichung Airport Customs Service Counter
5. Taichung Harbor Customs Service Counter
6. Hualien Airport 1F, Customs Service Counter
7. Hualien Harbor 1F, Customs Service Counter
8. Kaohsiung Airport 3F, Customs Service Counter
9. Kaohsiung Harbor 3F, Passenger Terminal

Aside from airports and seaports, the foreign traveler can find counters at SOGO Taipei Mall, Taipei 101, Kaohsiung Hanshin Department Store and Shin Kong A8 Store.
Only purchases inside those malls are eligible for the VAT refund.

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