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Australian Office Statement

17 October 2014

The Australian Office informed Taiwan government authorities of the following information concerning five shipments of tallow imported by Namchow.

The Australian Government Department of Agriculture has investigated and has confirmed the five shipments that were the subject of Taiwan authorities’ enquiry met the requirements of the certificate agreed on 13 August 2014 with Taiwan’s Food and Drug Administration for unrefined edible tallow (Declaration and Certificate for Shipments of Tallow for Further Processing). Should it have been a requirement at the time of export, the Department would have certified this product using this certificate. That is, they were suitable to export for use in food production.

The use of words “for Industry Use” need not connote a non-edible product as it may relate to use in the food or any other industry. This unfamiliar English usage may have given rise to some misunderstanding. “Industry Use” is not the same as “Industrial Use”.

We have told Taiwan Authorities that the Department of Agriculture understands that, in this case, the goods were not intended for industrial use. 

2014 Australia Future Unlimited Education Exhibition hits Taipei!

25 September 2014

This year’s Australian education exhibition will bring together more than 40 schools - including universities, vocational & private colleges, language institutes, primary and secondary schools – to provide the latest and first-hand information and consultancy services at the annual Australian Education Exhibition. [ more ]



“Harvey Fresh” Australian milk available in Taiwan!

24 September 2014

A new Australian product has recently hit the Taiwan market. “Harvey Fresh” full cream fresh milk is now available at 7-11 convenience stores, RT-Mart, A Mart, Carrefour and Welcome supermarkets in northern Taiwan (including Taipei, Taoyuan, Hsin-chu, Miao-li, and I-lan). [ more ]



Australian artist David Haines and curator Jasmin Stephens feature at 2014 Kuandu Biennale

24 September 2014

Australian artist David Haines and curator Jasmin Stephens will feature at this year’s Kuandu Biennale, which launches on 26 September. [ more ]



Australia, Here I come!

4 September 2014

Australian Representative in Taiwan Cathy Raper met with Ms Vera Hsu, Taiwanese winner of the Ultimate Gap Year Competition, to bid her farewell before she embarks on a once-in-a-lifetime year-long trip to Australia. [ more ]



Australia’s Williamson Architects take out third prize in Taiwan’s SHUTER International DreamWorks Architecture Competition

3 September 2014

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The Australian Centre on China in the World of the Australian National University (ANU) invites submission for “Taiwan-The View from the South” International Conference

29 August 2014

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Australian artists Tanya Schultz and Buff Diss feature public artworks at the annual Very Fun Park Contemporary Art exhibition

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27 August 2014

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21 August 2014

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The Representative of the Australian Office, Mr Kevin Magee, has sent letters to President Ma Ying-Jeou and Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chu expressing profound condolences, on behalf of the people of Australia, to the family and loved ones of those who lost their lives in the recent deadly Kaohsiung explosions. [ more ]

6 August 2014


The Australian Office welcomes award-winning Australian A Cappella group “The Idea of North” kicks off Taipei Summer Jazz Festival at a free outdoor gig in the main plaza at the National Theatre & Concert Hall at 7:30pm this Friday

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24 July 2014

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