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February, 22, 2017

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Travel agency head issues partial apology
The founder of a travel agency involved in a fatal freeway bus crash that killed 33 people on Monday apologized to the victims' families Friday, but the deceased driver's daughter accused him of lying about her father's work hours.
LOOPTOPIA EDM festival to be held in April
Taiwan is set to host LOOPTOPIA, the nation's first homegrown electronic music festival, on April 8 and 9.
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The Kuomintang (KMT) on Friday suggested that the Ill-Gotten Party Assets Settlement Committee (不當黨產處理委員會) help the party recover "stolen" mainland Chinese properties.
The Atomic Energy Council (AEC, 原能會) on Friday refused to rule out the possibility that radioactive waste from North Korea was illegally dumped in waters off Taiwan in the 1990s.
From rubbish to renewables
Solar panels are laid out at the Fudekeng Environmental Restoration Park in Taipei's Wenshan District on Friday, Feb. 17. The site is the country's first garbage dump-turned-solar power farm. The 98-hectare park, with 37 hectares formerly used as a garbage dump, is now a pilot green complex for environmental education and ecological protection.
Perfect posing
Tai Ji Men members and guests pose for a photo at the group's Lunar New Year gathering in Taipei on Thursday, Feb. 16.
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Taking Taiwan global
Venture capital expert and New York University marketing professor Michelle Greenwald gives a talk on U.S. and Taiwan startups during her first visit to Taiwan. Greenwald suggested that Taiwan develop its tourism industry with full force, particularly by promoting its delicacies and making round-island travel more convenient.
Long lines as Airport MRT opens trial to individual passengers
Lines snaked around Taipei Main Station on Thursday morning as prospective passengers waited for their turn to board the long-anticipated 51-km metro linking Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport to Taipei.
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US Marines to be stationed at new AIT building in Taipei: former director
As "a symbolic expression" of the U.S. commitment to Taiwan, U.S. Marines will be posted at the new American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) compound in Taipei once it is open for business this year, former AIT Director Stephen Young said on Wednesday.
Poultry transport, slaughter banned over bird flu
The Council of Agriculture (COA) on Thursday issued a seven-day nationwide ban on the transport and slaughter of poultry to counter the recent avian influenza outbreak.
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