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March 28, 2017

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Revelers high-spirited at Boston Saint Patrick's Day parade
Tens of thousands of people lined the frigid streets of Boston on Sunday for the city's St. Patrick's Day parade, which went off amid high spirits and without a hitch after a dispute over whether a gay veterans group could march.
 
Time for tea in Chiayi
After welcoming around 100,000 visitors in its maiden show last year, the International Tea Culture Exchange Exhibition (世界搏茶會) is on again in Chiayi County, running from March 18 to 27 in the west warehouses of Suantou Sugar Factory (蒜頭糖廠).
 
Climber, clothing company founder Royal Robbins dies at 82
U.S. rock climbing icon Royal Robbins, who founded the outdoor clothing company bearing his name, died Tuesday after a long illness, the company's chief executive officer said Wednesday.
 
Devotees dance for party spirit in Myanmar
The medium spins around in a frenzy of red and gold while glugging from a bottle of whisky, part of an age-old ritual to honor Myanmar's spirit guardian of drunkards and gamblers.
 
Brides say yes to selling their wedding dress online
Dalia Rhodes' wedding dress went down the aisle twice: Once at her wedding in 2015, and again a year later after she sold her gown to a stranger online.
 
Dutch treat: Philadelphia Flower Show celebrates fields of Holland
Visitors arriving at the Philadelphia Flower Show this year will feel as if they're stepping into the endless flower fields of Holland.
 
Politics beats below samba rhythms
Revelers across Brazil began Carnival celebrations on Friday, taking to the streets to dance, drink beer and spirits, and blow off steam at a time of economic angst and fury with politicians over a sprawling corruption scandal.
 
Live from Chile
Fans of Spanish singer Isabel Pantoja light up the stands with their mobile phones during her performance in the Vina del Mar International Song Festival at the Quinta Vergara in Vina del Mar, Chile, Wednesday, Feb. 22. Believed to be one of the largest musical events in Latin America, the annual five-day festival was inaugurated in 1960.
 
Spring break ideas: from warm beaches to Europe to new museums
Spring break is right around the corner. For some travelers, that means seeking out beaches and sunshine.
 
Albania touts underwater archaeology to tourists
Albania is promoting the archaeological finds in the waters off its southwest coast to raise public interest and to attract attention of decision-makers who can help preserve the discoveries.
 
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