Citizen's Congress Watch, a civic organization which seeks to monitor the Legislative Yuan and increase its transparency (taping all Committee meetings, opening up the meetings to outside observers, etc).
They've recently released a report on how punctual the new legislature is for their committee meetings, and let's just say not everyone gets out of bed early enough:
目前立法院八個委員會中，立委遲到因而使得會議延誤開始最嚴重的是交通委員會，平均延宕28分鐘，也就是大約到9點半才開會，其次是衛環及外交國防委員會，分別平均延誤9.25分鐘和8分鐘。Update: The legislators also hold committee meetings for an average of just 3.1 hours, or just until lunch, and then spend the afternoon ... not working.
Currently the legislature has eight committees, and the most habitually late starter is the Traffic Committee, which starts an average of 28 minutes late (or about 9:30 am). Tied for second-worst are the Health and Environment Committee and the Foreign Affairs Committee, with start an average of 9.25 minutes and eight minutes respectively.