Taroko National Park
When Taroko National Park was eventually established on November 28 1986, it was of special significance for the environmental protection movement in Taiwan; it showed that both the public and the government agencies had realised that, despite the nation's four decades of extraordinary economic success, serious damage was being done to its natural resources.
Taipei Travel Net
Taipei is nearly unrivaled among big cities in the extent to which the pulse of urban excitement fuses with the beauty of nature. Where else in the world can you hop on the subway in the center of town and 30 minutes later find yourself in the embrace of a volcanic national park? Taipei is just that kind of place.
Yangmingshan National Park
Yangmingshan National Park is renowned for its wealth of unusual volcanic features and topography. Being so accessible and close to Taipei City, the park attracts a very large number of visitors every year. Over the years the National Park Headquarters has put considerable energy into managing the park's resources.
Taiwan Tourism Bureau
Taiwan's total land area is only about 36,000 square kilometers; it is shaped like a tobacco leaf that is narrow at both ends. It lies off the southeastern coast of mainland Asia, across the Taiwan Straits from Mainland China — a solitary island on the western edge of the Pacific Ocean. To the north lie Japan and Okinawa, to the south the Philippines. Many airlines fly to Taiwan, helping make it the perfect travel destination.
Taipei City Government
As the capital of the Republic of China, Taipei is a vibrant blend of traditional culture and cosmopolitan life. Taipei is the political, economic, educational and recreational center of the country, offering an array of significant cultural sights.
Taipei European School Saturday Football
Welcome to Saturday Football, the Taipei European School's Youth Football League for Ages 4-15. Run through a cooperation of dedicated volunteers, our programme aims to inspire players of all abilities and skill levels, while providing equal playing time for everyone. Training sessions take place on Saturday mornings at the TES Primary Campus on WenLin Road. Join the fun! Join now!
German Institute Taipei
Germany does not maintain diplomatic relations with Taiwan, however German-Taiwanese relations are very good in the economic and cultural sectors and relations are shaped by Germany's position on the status of Taiwan.
German Trade Office Taipei
The German Trade Office Taipei has helped and supported German business in Taiwan since the opening of the office in 1981 and has achieved success in promoting bilateral trade between Germany and Taiwan.
British Office Taipei
The UK and Taiwan enjoy a flourishing relationship based on trade, investment, cultural, educational, and other links. The British Office Taipei promotes and supports these, and provides practical assistance to British nationals in Taiwan.
British Chamber of Commerce in Taipei
Founded in 1994, the British Chamber of Commerce in Taipei (BritCham Taipei) has seen steady and enthusiastic growth — from the smallest and the newest on the block, to a well-known and reputable organisation recognised by both public and private sectors as a keen and effective promoter of British commercial interests in Taiwan.
Bureau français de Taipei (BFT)
Le Bureau français de Taipei (BFT) a pour mission de faciliter et de promouvoir les echan-ges entre la France et Taiwan, en particulier dans les domaines economique, culturel, educatif et scientifique. Il comprend un Service de presse et d'information, un Service de cooperation et d'action culturelle, un Secretariat general et une Mission economique.
Chamber of Commerce and Industry France Taiwan
The France Taiwan Chamber of Commerce and Industry – CCIFT – is a non-profit organisation established in 1991, subject to the laws of the Republic Of China in Taiwan and registered with the Ministry of Social Affairs.
European Economic and Trade Office
The European Commission opened its office in Taipei in July 2003. We are now very pleased to move online and present this opportunity to learn more about the EU and relations between the EU and Taiwan. Through this website, you will also be able to learn about some of the activities of this Office.
European Chamber of Commerce Taiwan
The European Chamber of Commerce Taiwan is the formost organisation furthering European business interests in Taiwan. It now counts among its members over 800 individuals and 400 firms and organisations from more than 25 industries. The ECCT provides members with excellent opportunities to network and share business experiences, and through 29 industry and support committees.
The Community Services Centre
The Community Services Center is a non-profit organisation that provides a support network of counseling, activities, events, cross-cultural education, and information services to meet the needs of the whole international community in Taipei and throughout Taiwan.