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May, 26, 2016

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Tsai must act 'immediately' against nukes: activists
Anti-nuclear activists called on the Tsai administration to live up to its pledge for a nuclear-free homeland on Tuesday, in time for the 20th anniversary of the passing of a bill that aims to cease all nuclear plant operations.
The New Taipei City Animal Protection and Health Inspection Office recently shared a case of a rescued cat that was caught in a mouse glue trap, and explained methods to help animals in the same situation.
 > Taipei
For You, My Dear: The Past,' a powerful story of relationships
"My ultimate goal is to let all my employees live good lives," said Tsai Ya Tin (蔡雅庭), the leader of Lyrics Studio. The theater troupe, established years ago by Tsai's very close friend, is a living example of the founder's vision.
No light at end of tunnel for runners
The old Caoling tunnel, a tourist attraction in Yilan, is shown in the photo taken on Tuesday, May 24. The scenic location is on the path of a mountain marathon which was slated to take place May 28-29
 > Ilan
The new government resolved to safeguard the livelihood of Taiwanese fisherman Tuesday after Japanese media reports indicated a policy shift in maritime patrols surrounding the open waters of Okinotori atoll that were instituted weeks before under the Ma administration.
Justice Minister Chiu Tai-san (邱太三) proposed Tuesday that inmates be allowed to work during the day before returning to prison in the evening.
Taiwan's delegation leader to the World Health Assembly (WHA) reported shaking hands with mainland China's representative Tuesday in Geneva, calling the gesture one of "mutual friendliness."
Banks in Taiwan averaged 0.6 percent in return on assets (ROA), to claim the second lowest ranking in Asia, trailed only by Japan, Taiwan Ratings (中華信用評等) reported on Tuesday.
The Taichung City Government has rolled out a project to diversify land-use and revitalize idle government-owned lands used for traditional market stalls, the Central News Agency reported on Tuesday.
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) named the National Security Council (NSC, 國安會) and the Executive Yuan as candidates to lead the nation's efforts in strengthening cybersecurity on Tuesday, while meeting with a U.S. delegation.
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