Economy and Industry
2016-04-06 Quentin M
  Five years ago, many governments panicked with Japan following the nuclear disaster that struck Fukushima. The risk of contamination made the world reconsider the safety of nuclear power plants, opening the way to the development of safer sustainable alternatives. Over the past five years, most European countries have come up with programs to reduce nuclear power production. Some, like Italy, even completely stopped their atomic production and shut down all their nuclear reactors.
Policy Analysis
More movie theatres and department stores are what Taipei needs the least. What makes a great city isn’t the amount of amazing large-scale constructions it has, but rather whether or not its public infrastructures can equally satisfy everyone. The people of New York are more proud of their city’s Central Park, which serves as the lung for the metropolis, than of their Yankee Stadium. Besides, more people could enjoy a public park than pricey baseball games.   What about Taiwan then?
Economy and Industry
Exacerbating Land Subsidence in Yunlin and Changhua Counties
Economy and Industry
When one mentions a science park, what images come to mind? Science parks used to embody the glamour to which people aspired: a beacon of technology and innovation, or a symbol of massive profits. According to Taiwan’s Business Weekly, the turnover in the first half of 2010 for Taiwan’s three major science parks, - Hsinchu Science Park, Central Science Park (CSP) and Southern Taiwan Science Park, topped 1.05 trillion New Taiwan dollars (NT$1,052,100,000,000 or over 30 billion USD). The parks employ more than two hundred thousand people.