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Taiwan Hostfamily Program
FCU Exchange Students
Welcome to the website for foreigners at Feng Chia University!
U.S. Education Information Center
British Council
Study Abroad Foundation
Government Information Office, R.O.C.
The GIO's most important missions are to inform the public, both at home and abroad, of the government's policies, regulations, and actions, and to promote development of the mass media (including the film, television, and publishing industries).
Living in Taiwan
Purpose
To help foreigners adapt to the local living environment and promote the quality of their life in Taiwan.

Major information
To provide the information about VISA renew, residence permit, work, education, healthcare, tax and others involved with the life of foreigners in Taiwan.
Youth International Exchange Information
With the world economy taking off, technology developing exponentially, and environment changing rapidly, each individual in the global village gets closer and interacts with each other much more frequently. In fact, the world has evolved into such an inseparable unit in which everyone takes part in, including our future citizens—youth. Yet it is undeniable there are still significant differences in race, culture, religion, language, politics, economy and education worldwide, which lead to many unavoidable competitions and conflicts all over the globe. Therefore, the process to expand our international outlook, nurture international talents, and foster the ability to fit into the international society becomes an important indicator to one nation's or individual's competitiveness.

Thus, the Youth Development Administration (YDA), Ministry of Education established the iYouth International Exchange website. The construction of this website involves work from many government branches, including Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Culture, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Overseas Community Affairs Council, National Science Council, Council of Indigenous People, Hakka Affairs Council, Sports Administration, and lastly the Youth Development Administration. With a collection of internationally related information from different governments, universities and NGOs, iYouth encourages young people to utilize it for fast and accurate information. Additionally, iYouth promotes the participation in international affairs and the formation of online communities for international exchange.

iYouth stands for "international," "information," and "interaction." As a platform for youth to access international information and to interact with each other, it provides opportunities in international volunteerism, internships, study tours, conferences and so on. Besides those mentioned above, iYouth also enables users to create blogs to present their international exchange experiences with young people around the world!

Also, by providing relevant international information on this website, we aspire to motivate youth to analyze Taiwan's role in the world, cultivate their ability and passion in international affairs' participation, and ultimately encourage them to transform their ideas into actions in the international community.

We hope through this resourceful platform you can not only introduce yourself to the world, but also promote Taiwan and display the friendliness of Taiwan's youth to the rest of the world.
Taiwan Today
Taiwan Today, a dedicated online entity, was launched June 1, 2009 as the only media outlet to take top stories from the island’s mainstream Chinese-language newspapers and publish faithful English translations on the Internet. Through this unique service, TT provides readers with the opportunity to feel the true pulse of Taiwan’s vibrant society. In covering the latest business, cultural and political developments on the island Monday to Friday, TT publishes 12 stories per day, plus an assortment of photographs from across Taiwan. This comprehensive snapshot is supplemented by a package uploaded each Friday consisting of an editorial, commentaries, a political cartoon and features. TT’s extensive news coverage is further bolstered by forerunner Taiwan Journal’s encyclopedic archives, which faithfully chronicle Taiwan’s development across the economic, cultural, economic and social spheres. At present, articles are available from 1995 onwards, with those published before in the process of being added.
Taiwan Review
Taiwan Review is the flagship publication of Taiwan’s Government Information Office. Its sister publications in Spanish, French, German and Russian (Taiwan Hoy, Taiwan Aujourd’hui, Taiwan Heute and Тайваньская панорама) spread the same message of mutual understanding using other foreign languages.
Taiwan Panorama

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