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February, 27, 2017

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Hundreds of former Uber Taiwan drivers protested outside the Transportation Ministry Sunday to demand regulatory accommodations, following the firm's decision to suspend operations in the face of heavy fines.
 
Cause of death unknown
Coast Guard officials measure a dead bottlenose dolphin, a protected species, in New Taipei City, Sunday, Feb. 27. Around 1 p.m. on Sunday, the Coast Guard found the dolphin dead in a stone trench along New Taipei's Laomei Coast. The dolphin, dead for no longer than a day, showed no visible signs of trauma. An autopsy will be conducted to determine the cause of death.
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Family members of victims of the Feb. 28, 1947 government crackdown on the local population thanked the Ministry of Culture Sunday for taking steps to address their concerns related to "transitional justice."
 
The Ministry of Culture will hold a series of activities starting in April to highlight its campaign to push for transitional justice in Taiwan.
 
Lealea Enterprise Co. (力麗), one of the largest polyester filament yarn and polyester chip makers in Taiwan, said Saturday it will set up its first overseas factory later this year in Indonesia.
 
Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall to face 'transitional justice'
The Ministry of Culture announced Saturday a raft of measures to exact "transitional justice" on Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall.
 
Chiang's great-grandson weighs in
Kuomintang Legislator and great-grandson of former President Chiang Kai-shek Chiang Wan-an (蔣萬安) said that both the former president's contributions and errors should be presented in full now that Taiwan is a democracy.
 
Why can't young people stay in a job?
Vin sometimes eats dogfood for money -- but that's not the only way he differs from your average millennial.
 
Taking Chiang out of memorial hall 'will hurt tourism'
Former Taipei Mayor Hau Lung-bin criticized government plans to remove links to Chiang Kai-shek at the former president's memorial hall, saying it will drive away mainland Chinese tourists.
 
2 Central Mountain Range
The state-run power Taiwan Power Company (Taipower) will dismantle two typhoon-damaged overhead power lines across the Central Mountain Range, after concluding the lines were beyond repair, according to reports.
 
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