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Monday, October 5, 2015
Coin collecting boxes installed on buses operating in Taipei have received around 100,000 foreign coins and nearly 10,000 gaming tokens over the past four years, the Taipei City Public Transportation Office has reported.
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The Taichung High Administrative Court has recently revoked a city government decision to fine the owner of a hippopotamus that died late last year in two accidents.
The Taiwan Hospice Organization celebrated its 20th anniversary Saturday in Taipei, as Taiwan has seen improvements in promoting the concept of palliative care.
Kinmen County Government is promoting internationally certified products from 19 local enterprises as part of a campaign to enhance their brand images, while improving product and service quality.
Record numbers of mainland Chinese tourists are expected to visit Taiwan during China's weeklong National Day holiday which started on Oct. 1, Taipei-based China Times reported on Sunday.
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Renowned Chinese pianist Lang Lang will give a recital in Taipei Dec. 16, performing a variety of classical piano pieces.
Sunday, October 4, 2015
Finance Minister Chang Sheng-ford said Saturday that Taiwan is expected to report a year-on-year fall in exports for September as the prolonged Mid-Autumn Festival holiday and an interruption by Typhoon Dujuan worsened the country's export performance.
Property prices in all six special municipalities have been sliding, with Tainan showing the biggest fall over the past two months, according to housing market analysts.
Taiwan kicked off its annual hot spring festival on Friday in one of the island's four main hot spring areas Sichongxi, Pingtung County as the government and industry officials hope that the four-month-long fair celebrated across the country will boost tourism.
No fireworks 10/10, but Tsai and Chu to meet
This year, the National Day fireworks are canceled but the leaders of Taiwan's two major political parties will make a rare joint appearance. Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) and Eric Chu (朱立倫), chairman of the ruling Kuomintang (KMT), are
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