The’ China Post
Date: July 10, 2017
By: Sin Chew Daily/ANN
KUALA LUMPUR — As the government battles opposition to draft and pass laws
easing the hiring of foreign professionals, Deputy Education Minister Tsai Ching-Hwa (蔡清華) has visited Malaysia to drum up interest there.
“We encourage Malaysians who graduate from local universities to work in Taiwan,” he told The China Post’s fellow Asia News Network member Sin Chew Daily.
But he added that they don’t necessarily need to have graduated from a Taiwanese university in order to be eligible to work here.
Tsai said the Labor Ministry launched a new assessment scheme for foreign students studying in Taiwan in July 2014. The scheme successfully increased the number of foreign students who remain in Taiwan to work after their graduation.