sick after eating the sandwiches as of Aug. 6, according to Hong Kong authorities, but the FDA said it remains unclear what caused the problem.
The sandwiches are highly popular with Hong Kong tourists, who bring cartons of them home as gifts or even at the request of shops looking to resell them.
It was not clear where the 84 people in Hong Kong got the sandwiches and if the sandwiches came from a single batch brought back by a tourist or multiple batches. tional Development Council said.
Since the government rolled out the wireless service in 2011, more than 100 million people have registered, the spokesperson said.
Despite starting life as a service providing free basic Wi-Fi access in certain indoor public areas at government agencies, the system has since integrated the resources of 13 universities and Taipei City Government. It recently coordinated with the Tourism Bureau and the Ministry of the Interior to streamline the registration process for foreign visitors.
Backed by the central government and Taipei City government, iTaiwan continues to expand its number of hotspots, which are expected to reach 23,000 when New Taipei City government joins the service in September. said Friday at the unveiling of a talent recruitment center that Taiwan will provide one-stop service to help talent recruited from abroad and their families to adapt to life in Taiwan.
The talent recruitment center was formally added Friday to the InvesTaiwan Service Center that was launched on Aug. 8, 2010, and Deng said it represented an important move forward in Taiwan’s efforts to recruit top talent.
Noting the importance of talent in a competitive world, Deng said that while Taiwan continues to nurture its own talent, it must also bring in top people from around the world, and the new function was created for that reason.
Deng said professionals coming to work in Taiwan are likely to have problems getting accustomed to daily life here, and he hoped to use the center as a one-stop solution to help them solve the difficulties encountered in their daily lives and at work.
The new talent recruitment center will be connected with the overseas missions of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) HiRecruit website.
It will also hook up with 65 major enterprises in the country to understand their needs and open a channel through which they can find new talent.
A large crowd awaits the opening of a computer show in Taichung despite the approach of Typhoon Soudelor, yesterday. The organizer said the first 500 participants will stand a chance of winning an iPhone in a lucky draw.