NSRRC, the biggest large-scale shared research facility in Taiwan, currently operates two accelerators, the Taiwan Light Source (TLS) and the Taiwan Photon Source (TPS). TLS, of beam energy 1.5 GeV and circumference 120 meters, is the first third-generation synchrotron light source facility in Asia and the third globally. It has opened to users since October, 1993. The best optimized energy range of synchrotron light from TLS is between vacuum ultraviolet light and soft X-rays. The TPS, of circumference 518.4 meters, is one of the brightest synchrotron light sources in the world. It began its operation in September, 2016. To meet the demands from modern technologies and pioneer sciences for higher-brightness light beams, such as biomedicine and nanoscience, it is equipped with a low-emittance synchrotron storage ring and booster synchrotron producing a beam of energy 3 GeV. It generates X-rays in the higher energy range from soft X-rays to hard X-rays, and has a capacity of more than 40 beamlines. In addition, NSRRC built and operates two hard X-ray Taiwanese beamlines at SPring-8, Japan, as well as a cold neutron triple-axis spectrometer at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO), under the international collaboration agreements.