The Taiwan Comic Base, a Ministry of Culture-led initiative for nurturing the creation and applications of original Taiwanese comic content, officially opened its doors with the “TC 60 ― Finding Tracks” exhibition to celebrate 60 years of homegrown creativity.


From now till the end of January, OMAR Whisky impresses New York with 9 large magnificent window posters in the design of the oriental artistic ink wash paintings. A giant replica bottle of OMAR Single Malt Whisky was also exhibited in 23 Wall Street Building (or “The Corner”), Grand Central Terminal, the David H. Koch Plaza in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Times Square, declaring its official entry into the U.S. markets.

TTA will organize a national pavilion at Eureka Park, showcasing Taiwan’s deep tech capabilities to the world and create a stage for 8 innovation awards at CES 2019 to support Taiwan startups connect with the global ecosystem, resources and industries. TTA teams will work closely with Taiwan tech startup companies to achieve the global market and tech industrial at CES 2019 as well.

Taipei International Machine Tool Show, known as TIMTOS will open its grand doors March 4-9, 2019. Among the world’s largest machine tool trade shows, the show will cover four exhibition halls — TWTC Hall 1 and Hall 3, Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1 and Hall 2. Indeed, Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 2 will officially open in March 2019, to accommodate more exhibitors.

Insilico Medicine, a Rockville-based company developing an end-to-end drug discovery pipeline utilizing next-generation artificial intelligence (AI), was invited to speak at the 6th Healthcare and Life Sciences Leadership Summit, held on November first and second in Shanghai, China.