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Friday, September 19, 2014
The Cabinet awarded a medal Thursday to a local farmer for exposing Taiwan's latest oil scandal with Premier Jiang Yi-huah vowing to prevent similar food safety incidents from happening again.
National Yunlin University of Science and Technology (YunTech) said it is going to launch an app that the school claims can “translate” baby cries with up to 92-percent accuracy.
The Pingtung County Government yesterday imposed a fine of NT$48 million on Kuo Lieh-cheng (郭烈成), the factory owner who allegedly provided tainted oil to manufacturer Chang Guann (強冠).
National Taiwan University (NTU) has moved up six spots to reach 76th in the latest world university rankings released by a British education network.
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Taiwan -- Cabinet aims to hike whistleblower bonus
The Cabinet yesterday announced a series of measures to enhance food safety, including plans to increase bonuses for whistleblowers as well as punishments for law-breaking food companies.
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Taiwan -- In first for Ma, president boards frigate to inspect maritime drill
President Ma Ying-jeou yesterday boarded a military frigate to inspect the largest live-fire maritime exercise of recent years, held in waters off Eastern Taiwan as part of the annual Han Kuang series of exercises.
Taiwan -- ROC Navy Vice Admiral hopes for new submarines
A senior R.O.C. naval officer yesterday expressed hopes of obtaining submarines from the United States to beef up the defensive capabilities of the nation's armed forces.
Taiwan -- P-3C anti-submarine plane joins exercises for first time
A P-3C anti-submarine aircraft that the United States delivered to Taiwan's Air Force last year was used in a Han Kuang drill Wednesday for the first time, in waters off eastern Taiwan, the military said
Taiwan ranked 55th out of 135 countries in a survey of how happy people feel about their lives, ahead of other major Asian countries such as China, Japan and South Korea.
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In a new twist to the investigation of the killing of a police detective in Taipei, witnesses said that the deceased detective had kicked one of the suspects before the fatal attack.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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