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Sunday, August 24, 2014
Former Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) Deputy Minister Chang Hsien-yao reportedly plans to meet prosecutors tomorrow to defend himself against spying allegations.
President Ma Ying-jeou on Friday told a Japanese envoy that the Asian country should review the imbalance of tourist flow between the two nations.
A delegation from the Legislative Yuan will visit the Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone in September to gain a better understanding of the operations of the special trade area in China, lawmakers said Saturday.
Taiwan -- Medals go to foreigners in Chiaming Lake 'road race'
Three foreigners yesterday took home the gold, silver and bronze medals for the renamed Chiaming Lake road race, with the gold medal contestant completing the event in three hours and 53 minutes.
Since hitting theaters Aug. 15, Taiwanese bestselling writer and film director Giddens Ko's new film “Cafe. Waiting. Love” has posted strong box office sales, with ticket sales surpassing the NT$100 million (US$3.33 million) mark.
Taiwan -- Memorial service held to commemorate historic battle with China
A memorial service was held Saturday in outlying Kinmen County to mark the 56th anniversary of the start of an artillery battle between Taiwan and China.
Taoyuan City has the largest number of temples dedicated to Tu Di Gong, the earth god in Chinese folk religion, in proportion to its population in Taiwan.
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Taiwan-based Winbond Electronics Corp. replaced its Taiwanese rival, Nanya Technology Corp. to rank as the 4th-largest mobile DRAM supplier in the second quarter of this year, according to a research report.
The traffic on freeways is likely to be heavy during the Moon Festival vacation, which falls this year from Sept. 6 to 8, the National Freeway Bureau (高公局) said recently.
Police in Taiwan and China have arrested members of a Taiwan-based crime syndicate that fraudulently used Chinese people's credit cards to make illegal transactions, Taiwan's Criminal investigation Bureau said Saturday.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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