Listen in to a discussion and analysis of the important stories that affected Taiwan over the past seven days.
The Judicial Yuan has started seminars in preparation for a new jury system that involves ordinary citizens.
The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) is keeping the basic electricity rate at the current price of NT$2.6253 per kilowatt-hour.
Taiwan's Legislative Yuan has established an ad hoc committee tasked with revising Taiwan's constitution.
Immigration officials are once again allowing foreigners to stay in Taiwan longer due to coronavirus travel restrictions.
The Tourism Bureau is extending quarantine hotel subsidies until the end of the year.
The Central Epidemic Command Center has placed Hong Kong back on its list of regions from which business travellers can apply for shorter quarantine periods on their arrival in Taiwan.
The Ministry of Labour has announced an official minimum wage hike.
Due to a 0.6% decrease in energy consumption (including electricity consumption) in 2019 compared to 2018 and a 4.5% decrease in the electricity emission coefficient, Taiwan's CO2 emissions from fuel combustion fell 3.2% to 258.72 million metric tons in 2019.