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September, 27, 2016

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Come-from-behind win
Puyuan's Chen Chien-en, center, makes a throw over Taiwan Beer's Chiu Chin-lung during a 2016 Taiwan Strait basketball tournament game in Hualien on Sunday, Sept. 25. Puyuan defeated Taiwan Beer 89-87.
Your move, Ko
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je, right, plays a game of xiangqi (also known as Chinese chess) with a senior citizen on Sunday, Sept. 25.
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A Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) delegation departed Sunday for Montreal, where it hopes to hold talks with Taiwan-friendly countries outside the venue of the International Civil Aviation Organization's (ICAO's) assembly.
A blond-haired, blue-eyed American who set out to become a bridge-builder between East and West through an academic career as a Sinologist has become a cornerstone of the bridge itself, a leading Columbia University academic said in Taipei on Saturday.
Six Taiwan tourists robbed in Pattaya
Six Taiwanese tourists were reportedly robbed after falling into a deep sleep at a resort in Pattaya Thursday evening.
Typhoon Megi poses 'severe threat': bureau
Typhoon Megi, the third storm of the month, is packing strong winds that are likely to intensify and pose a severe threat to Taiwan, the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) said Saturday.
Too late for rescue
A dead Formosan black bear is placed in a lifeboat by a rescue team on Saturday. The bear was spotted lying in a riverbed near Annan Waterfall in Chouhsi Township in the eastern county of Hualien on Thursday, Sept. 22. Due to the rapid water flow, rescue workers could not reach the bear until Saturday, at which time it was declared dead.
Meranti-hit village in mountains of Taitung braces for next storm
In the remote mountains of Taitung, a hamlet famed as "the cradle of baseball" is in a precarious position as the third storm of the month approaches.
XPEC Entertainment Inc. Chief Executive Officer Aaron Hsu was released on bail of NT$10 million, following earlier attempts by Taipei District Court prosecutors to detain him Saturday. Prosecutors filed an immediate appeal of the bail ruling.
Anonymous HK disabled Fu Jen Catholic University's website at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, in an attack that targeted the university for failing to publicly apologize to a sexual assault survivor and former student.
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