Taiwan's next health minister urged to make even street food safe
Taipei, Oct. 3 (CNA) Whoever becomes Taiwan's next health minister should devote himself or herself to promoting food safety in the country so that even the snacks sold at streetside stands are safe, said former health chief Yang Chih-liang after his successor Chiu Wen-ta announced his resignation Friday to take responsibility for a recent food scare.
The story is now in the CNA archive. Continue reading with a CNA archive membership.
Paraguay musician wins Golden Melody traditional arts & music award10/24/2020 10:38 PM
Former U.S. official urges Taiwan to strengthen defense investment10/24/2020 10:03 PM
Indian community brings Dandiya revelry to Taipei10/24/2020 09:29 PM
Taitung County ordered to repurchase controversial hotel development10/24/2020 08:36 PM
Taoyuan authorities arrest suspected drug dealers from Vietnam10/24/2020 08:28 PM