How to open a bank account in Taiwan as a foreigner. The top 5 things you must know

For the most part, foreigners living in Taiwan can open a bank account with relative ease. Most banks require that you have a valid ARC, passport, email, Taiwan phone number.

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Taiwan’s High Speed Rail Guidelines

Taiwan’s High Speed Rail, is the fastest transportation on land in Taiwan. This guideline will introduce the THSR, and provide you with information about attractions that can be visited after taking the THSR.

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How to convert your country’s license/International driving license to a Taiwan driver’s license.

Getting a driver’s license in Taiwan is not a complicated process if you prepare the correct documents and follow this process.

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The latest guideline for the new policy of confirmed cases. What to do if you are confirmed to have Covid-19?

The global impact of the Covid-19 outbreak in the last two years has had a dramatic impact on the lives of people around the world.The Covid-19 virus not only spreads easily, but is also more potent with the subsequent emergence of Delta and Omicron variants.The number of cases in Taiwan has also been rising rapidly recently, but mostly in patients with mild or no obvious symptoms.With the rapid increase in the number of confirmed cases, what should we do if we find a confirmed case around us or a positive fast screening result? This article will give you a quick overview of the latest policy and related measures.

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The latest guideline for home isolation in Taiwan, shorten the isolation period to 3+4 days

During the epidemic, many people had direct or indirect contact with confirmed cases, and they were even identified to home isolation. It is inevitable to feel at a loss when encountering these things and the public does not understand the regulations of home isolation or how to spend the next self-initiated epidemic prevention life.

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Taiwan’s latest entry requirements and travel restrictions

The latest quarantine policy for entering Taiwan. Taiwan CDC has publish new quarantine policy eased plan. Effect on October 13th 2022, there will be no more quarantine. Individuals must complete 7 days of self-initiated epidemic prevention. (0+7 self initiated epidemic prevention policy)

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✨The top 5 traditional festivals you must experience in Taiwan

Here are the top 5 traditional Taiwan festivals you must experience, Chinese New Year, Lantern Festival, Dragon Boat Festival, Chinese Valentine’s Day, Mid-Autumn Festival.

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I am a COVID-19 confirmed case in Taiwan. What must I do now?

While we all know that Taiwan could not maintain its zero local COVID cases forever, not even the greatest betting man would have predicted that daily local cases in Taiwan would rise to such astronomical figures.

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How to fill in Taiwan Self Reporting System for Confirmed Cases?

Recently, the coronavirus pandemic has been striking Taiwan especially with the new Omicron variant which has a very strong speed of spreading. With the number of cases rising exponentially, everyone including friends, family members, and colleagues may be eventually exposed to the virus. What should I do next if I unfortunately test positive today? How should I fill in the “Self Reporting System”?

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What to do if you start to develop COVID-19 symptoms in Taiwan?

While COVID-19 cases continue to hit new highs in Taiwan due to the spread of the unforgiving Omicron variant, you might be wondering how long will it take before you get infected with the virus; especially if you have not been vaccinated. Even if you are vaccinated, you may still have similar fears.

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Did you know Taiwan has launched its own COVID-19 tracing app?

The “Taiwan Social Distancing” app has been created to improve COVID-19 monitoring in order to reduce the risk of community transmission. It uses Bluetooth to detect nearby users and record your duration of distance from each contact.
The app will alert you about any contact you have had for more than two minutes with anyone who tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 14 days so you can monitor your health status.

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