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Thursday, March 5, 2015
Accusations leveled at the Palau ambassador to the R.O.C. by a former chauffeur are not true, the Embassy of the Republic of Palau said yesterday.
The funeral of a woman who sold meals for only NT$10 (US$0.32) for decades to help people living on low-incomes was held in Kaohsiung on Wednesday, with several people whom Chuang Chu Yu-nu (莊朱玉女) helped showing up to pay their respects to a woman they were thankful to for her compassion.
Taiwan was listed as the world's fifth happiest economy in a recent survey conducted by Bloomberg News, published yesterday.
Taiwan -- 'Under the Dome' may not be independent: Lee
The investigative documentary “Under The Dome” (穹頂之下) presented by former Chinese state-owned CCTV journalist Chai Jing (柴靜) has taken the Internet by storm, receiving millions of views and comments by netizens since it was originally posted on Feb. 28.
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) recently called on Taiwanese traveling overseas to follow local traffic rules and regulations, adding that those who are found driving carelessly or dangerously could face legal charges and even prison time.
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HTC Corp.'s (宏達電) newest flagship smartphone was acclaimed by U.S.-based Time magazine shortly after it was unveiled at the annual Mobile World Congress show in Barcelona, Spain.
Taiwan's state-funded Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI, 工研院) announced Wednesday that it is spinning off its Gemini cloud OS research team into a company that will use all-encompassing virtualization and integrated cloud technology.
Kuomintang (KMT) Vice Chairman Hau Lung-bin (郝龍斌) has announced his proposals for new election strategies in the face of the upcoming 2016 electoral campaign yesterday, putting forth a “district legislator sponsorship system.”
A cold air mass from China will send daytime highs down on Wednesday, with northern and northeastern Taiwan being the most affected, the Central Weather Bureau said.
Prosecutors in Taipei yesterday questioned two former intelligence agents suspected of spying for China.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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