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Calls for guards at Chiang's mausoleum to stand down
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) legislators backed by scholars called on Monday for the withdrawal of military guards from former President Chiang Kai-shek's Cihu Mausoleum as part of the government's push for transitional justice.
Japan's Ichiran Ramen to open in Taipei
Ichiran Ramen, one of the leading noodle restaurant chains in Japan, is scheduled to open its first eatery in Taiwan in June, according its Facebook page.
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Tsai aware CKS Memorial Hall would be closed: spokesman
President Tsai Ing-wen had foreknowledge that the Ministry of Culture would order the closure of Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall today in remembrance of the 228 Incident and to "avoid confrontations," a government official said today.
Are you on the road today? Jams expected on these road sections
As the 228 long weekend winds down and vacationers head home, traffic jams are to be expected.
Enjoy the sunshine Wednesday, because a new cold front is coming
The long-awaited sunshine in Northern Taiwan and an accompanying rise in temperatures is forecast for Wednesday.
Fu Jen students attempt to fell Chiang statue
Close to a dozen activists at Fu Jen Catholic University in New Taipei attempted to remove a statute of late President Chiang Kai-shek on campus grounds early Tuesday morning before being stopped by police.
Headlines from across Taiwan
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Tuesday February 28, 2017.
New highs for US stocks; Dow win streak longest since 1987
Wall Street notched another set of milestones Monday as the Dow Jones industrial average closed at a record high for the 12th consecutive time, the longest winning streak for the 30-company average in 30 years.
A group representing relatives of victims of the 228 Incident have called on the government to unveil "concrete truths" about the 1947 massacre of anti-government protesters.
A factory in Kaohsiung has apologized for hiring foreign migrants illegally -- but denied accusations it falsely imprisoned the workers for years at a time.
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