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Tuesday, October 7, 2014
National Palace Museum treasures are unveiled in Kyushu
A ceremony was held Monday to unveil an exhibition of treasures from Taiwan's National Palace Museum (NPM) at the Kyushu National Museum in Fukuoka, the second half of an unprecedented display of the museum's collection in Japan.
Monday, October 6, 2014
Hajj selfies gain popularity, spark controversy among traditionalists
Raising his arm, Yousef Ali hugs his elderly father in front of one of Islam's holiest sites as they grin for a selfie — a craze that has hit this year's Hajj.
Around 9,000 people attended a concert in Taipei Saturday inspired by the aerial documentary “Beyond Beauty-Taiwan From Above.” The concert featured performances by several artists, including pop diva A-mei (阿妹).
Glassworks, special techniques of Moser on exhibit in autumn
Copper-wheel, sand engraving and other endangered glasswork techniques were recently displayed by Tomas Lesser — master engraver at luxury glass manufacturer Moser a.s. — giving the public in Taiwan an eye-opening experience.
Glassworks, special techniques of Moser on exhibit in autumn
Copper-wheel, sand engraving and other endangered glasswork techniques were recently displayed by Tomas Lesser — master engraver at luxury glass manufacturer Moser a.s. — giving the public in Taiwan an eye-opening experience.
Awarding Nobels decades after the original scientific discovery could lead to the coveted prize becoming irrelevant, some observers say, as aging researchers miss out on their turn to get the long-awaited call from Sweden.
Pumpkin harvest promises plenty of Halloween fun
Jack-o'-lantern artists can rest easy this year.
Country singer Waylon Jennings' estate on the auction block in Phoenix
Outlaw country singer Waylon Jennings owned a vintage motorcycle that had once belonged to his close friend, rock 'n' roll star Buddy Holly.
Sunday, October 5, 2014
Next week will be a significant one for celestial events, with a total lunar eclipse, a meteor shower and the brightening of a planet all expected on Oct. 8, according to the Taipei Astronomical Museum.
Minority groups, notably African-Americans, are front-and-center on U.S. television like never before this season, a sign of an industry in change.
  
  
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