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Born in Koahsiung City, Taiwan, the daughter of Shun Tai Lu and Chin Chen, she graduated from high school in Taichung, Taiwan.
The Germany market especially is not new to Hiwin; Chuo established Hiwin in 1989 by acquiring a ballscrew factory there (originally opened in 1975) and combining it with an eight-year-old ballscrew plant in Taichung, Taiwan.
a chemist at China Medical University in Taichung, Taiwan, in a press release.
Police in Taichung, Taiwan, arrested the 55-year-old man for lobbing the notes from vehicles and causing disorder in the streets.
Lifeline Association, Taichung, Taiwan began on March 1975 by twenty-one enthusiastic people nearby Taichung County and registered as a legal social group on October 4, 1975.
The showpiece Golden Plaza Tower in Taichung, Taiwan, houses shops, offices and small schools.
Taichung, Taiwan 402; fax: 886-4-22853949; email: hsieh@amath.
799-821), Chaoyang University of Technology, Taichung, Taiwan.
Yeh of China Medical University in Taichung, Taiwan, says that doctors treating premature infants with dexamethasone should consider substituting hydrocortisone, a less potent steroid.
Ching, library director at Feng Chia University in Taichung, Taiwan.
Footwear Industries of America, World Footwear Materials Exposition, Grand Formosa Hotel, Taichung, Taiwan, China, FIA (703) 524-1864 - October 3-4.
of Taichung, Taiwan, supplies rotary shoe machines with 20-40 stations, capable of molding up to three colors.
After the visit of Taiwanese diplomat Vincent Yao to the state last week, the mayor of Wyoming's capital city, is also looking for opportunities to expand sister city relations between Cheyenne, Wyoming and Taichung, Taiwan, local media reported.
ACT Lab will open an independent third-party product safety and compliance testing facility in Taichung, Taiwan, in the third quarter of this year.
Because electrocardiogram signals vary from person to person, and can be used as a new tool for biometric recognition," the Daily Mail quoted researchers at the National Chung Hsing University in Taichung, Taiwan.