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In the News (Wed 22 Oct 14)

  
  Taipei Taiwan - City Guide
Taipei City is the provisional capital of the Republic of China (ROC) and the largest city on Taiwan island.
Taipei City is located in the Taipei Basin in northern Taiwan and is bordered on the south by the Sindian River (Hsintien), and the Danshuei (Tamsui) on the west.
Both Hanyu Pinyin, which is used both in the PRC and in Taipei City itself, and Tongyong Pinyin, which is mandated by the central government, reflect this pronunciation, romanizing Taipei as Taibei, a spelling that is closer to the Mandarin pronunciation.
www.taiwantaipei.info   (470 words)

  
 Hotels In Taipei
Taipei City is the capital of the Republic of China (Taiwan).
Taipei City, the surrounding Taipei County, and the nearby Keelung City together form the Taipei metropolitan area but are administered under different local government bodies.
Taipei City is a special municipality administered directly under the ROC central government, while Taipei County and Keelung City are administered as part of the Taiwan Province.
www.hotelsintaipei.cn   (482 words)

  
 city tip taiwan-taipei.com
Taipei city is as fast moving forward as any other city worldwide so we will add Taipei's evergreen nightclubs first and then move on to the hottest tips.
Taipei which is in the northern tip of the island, can have fresh winters with temperatures as low as 5 C°.
Taipei city tip reviews all restaurants in person and gets a taste of the food first.
www.taiwan-taipei.com /taipei_city_tip   (485 words)

  
 Taiwan Guide: FREE Taipei, Taichung, Kaohsiung, Tainan City Magazines
I'll be trying my best to make it around to Dan Machanik's comedy show on the 28th and 29th at The Taipei Comedy Club and also MoShang's album release party at the Living Room on the 29th (see Topix spread and Nightlife What's On for details).
Inside you'll find heaps of useful information profiles of some of the city and county's best eating and drinking spots, contact details for dozens of other businesses, plus other snippets that will help you live life to the full.
Centred on Taichung city, Compass magazine brings all that great city has to offer to you in one easy to carry package.
www.taiwan-guide.com /indexE.htm   (663 words)

  
  Nortel: Nortel Wins Taipei’s Mobile City Project Phase II Contract to Deploy Wireless Mesh Network
Phase II of the "Wireless Taipei, Taipei Unwired" M-City project is expected to be completed by the end of August 2005 and follows Nortel's successful deployment of a Wireless Mesh Network in 2004 supporting Phase I of the project.
When complete, Taipei City's M-City project expects to have over 10,000 access points installed across 90 percent of its 272 square kilometers.
The biggest engineering challenge for connecting such a large number of access points throughout Taipei City is identifying where each point needs to be placed, then ensuring each location allows transmission of a clear signal without interference.
www.nortel.com /corporate/news/newsreleases/2005b/06_02_05_qware.html   (970 words)

  
 Nortel Networks: Taipei's Mobile City Project Selects Nortel Wireless Mesh Network Solution
TAIPEI, Taiwan – Taipei City's "M-City" (Mobile City) project has selected a Wireless Mesh Network solution from Nortel* [NYSE/TSX: NT] to provide high-speed wireless local area network (LAN) broadband access and new wireless services in Mass Rapid Transportation stations, selected commercial buildings and other key locations across the city.
The Taipei City Government evaluated numerous bidders for months before recently signing a contract with Qware, which plans to operate a wireless broadband network based on Nortel's Wireless Mesh Network solution.
"We are happy to help Taipei City Government to realize the M-City plan to enhance the human experience through reliable and secure communications," said Robert Mao, president and chief executive officer, Greater China, Nortel.
www.nortel.com /corporate/news/newsreleases/2004d/11_17_04_taipei_city.html   (714 words)

  
 Salsa Taipei City
You can also e-mail me at ricknsalsa@yahoo.com if you have any questions or if want to know where to dance Salsa in the Following Countries that I have been to and have gone Dancing Salsa in:
Thank you all again for supporting the local Taipei Salsa scene.
This place is not very big, but very cozy and there is usually enough room for every one to dance.
groups.msn.com /SalsaTaipeiCity   (346 words)

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