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December, 3, 2016

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Bridge to environmental destruction
This undated file photo shows tourists wading across shallow water toward an island during low tide in Penghu County. But the arrival of thousands of people every month poses a threat to the environment. The county government is assessing a plan to collect "cleaning fees" to control the numbers of tourists and to fund environmental protection work.
 
New Motorola smartphones
Models at the launch of Motorola's new smartphone models display the Moto Z and Moto Z Play on Wednesday, Nov. 30.
 
A total of 1,991 new HIV positive cases were reported in the first 10 months of this year, an average of six per day, predominantly among young adults and middle-aged men, the Ministry of Health and Welfare said on Wednesday.
 
During a budget hearing at the Legislative Yuan, Wednesday, Nov. 30, Minister of Labor Kuo Fong-yu (郭芳煜) said it was "not the right time" to propose an annual paid leave plan.
 
Let's go to SOGO!
Tens of people line up in front of SOGO department store in Tianmu as the store prepares to open for the day, Wednesday, Nov. 30.
 
Su Huey-jen, the head of the Taiwan Comprehensive University System (TCUS), signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on cooperation in Berlin Tuesday with Hans Jurgen Promel, president of TU9 Universities, a German alliance.
 
No show
Some members of the Taipei Agricultural Products Marketing Co. board of directors sit at a conference table waiting for the arrival of others to attend a meeting Wednesday, Nov. 30. The meeting was aborted later as only nine of the 23 board members showed up, with all those representing the government failing to attend. The company has been plagued by controversies over its personnel appointments.
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Price growth of Taipei's luxury homes plummeted the most among the world's top cities in the third quarter of this year, according to a report released Wednesday.
 
Taipei gov't and Taitung ink solar deal
Representatives from Taipei City Government's Department of Economic Development and Tatung Company sign a contract on Wednesday, Nov. 30, which makes Tatung the provider of solar power equipment in northern Taipei.
 
In May, Taiwan had a total of 792,000 part-time, temporary and dispatch workers, the highest in nine years according to data published by the Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics (DGBAS) on Wednesday.
 
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