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After reports Monday Taiwan's top chipmaker may build its most advanced plant yet in the U.S. instead of in Kaohsiung, Kaohsiung City Mayor Chen Chu (陳菊) said Sunday that her city welcomed the chipmaker to invest there.
 
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Saturday March 27, 2017.
 
Taoyuan International Airport Corp Tseng Dar-jen (曾大仁) pledged Sunday to address the rampant "fake taxi driver" problem outside the airport's arrival halls, after the situation was again brought to light by social media users.
 
Rain moving south Sunday, weather becoming dry later
It would be a day of cloudy and rainy weather all around Taiwan Sunday, with northern and eastern Taiwan particularly wet and cold under the influence of a continental cold air mass, the Central Weather Bureau said.
 
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Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Sunday March 26, 2017.
 
Tokyo wants 'nuke food' on the table
Japan's Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Jiro Akama arrived in Taiwan Saturday, the highest-ranking government official to visit the island since the severing of diplomatic ties between Taipei and Tokyo in 1972.
 
China is expected to react angrily to Japan's sending of a senior official to Taiwan in a rare visit since Taipei and Tokyo severed diplomatic ties in 1972, Japanese media reported Saturday.
 
Kaohsiung lays on free bus rides for kids
To celebrate this year's Children's Day on April 4, the operator of the double-decker | tour bus in Kaohsiung City announced Saturday that it will offer children under 12 years of age free rides on weekdays for the entire month of April.
 
Mongolian yurt library opens in Taipei
Taiwan's first library taking the form of a Mongolian yurt was inaugurated on Saturday on the 11th floor of the National Immigration Agency (NIA) building in Taipei, allowing second-generation Mongolian children to enjoy the experience of reading Mongolian books in a yurt.
 
Military experts said Friday U.S.-made F-35B fighters would be ideal for Taiwan's defense needs, but warned that a mixture of political and financial factors made the purchase of the jets unlikely.
 
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