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Tuesday, February 2, 2016
Taxi Less than one week before Chinese New Year, local governments have announced Chinese New Year taxi fare hikes, the arrangements for trash collections and other changes affecting bank and medical services.
Nearly 100,000 students will no longer receive free lunch subsidies from the government, after Changhua County (彰化縣) government representatives announced adjustments to their subsidy program on Monday, according to local media.
The R.O.C. Navy Fleet of Friendship will soon embark on a 3-month goodwill visit to the Central and South American regions and a new domestically built supply vessel will serve as flagship for the first time, according to local media reports.
Audi A8 to replace BMW as presidential car
The presidential state car that will serve Taiwan's President-elect Tsai Ing-wen after she assumes office on May 20 will be an Audi A8L, replacing the BMW series car used by President Ma Ying-jeou as his official state vehicle.
New caretaker Cabinet will be proactive, says President Ma
President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) said Monday that the new Cabinet will proactively carry out its duties in the remaining four months of his term and will not become a mere passive caretaker.
In Taipei City, the incidence rate of amoebiasis, shigellosis and acute hepatitis was higher than the national average for two straight years despite the city's comparatively good sanitary conditions, government data show.
Taiwanese people are very involved in volunteer services, contributing 90 million hours of charity work over the past three years, according to Health Ministry statistics.
Taiwanese go star Shei Imin (謝依旻) retained the prestigious Women's Kisei title (女流棋聖) Monday by beating Japan's Yukali Yoshihala for the second consecutive time in a best-of-three series held in Japan.
Monday, February 1, 2016
The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) is poised to take the helm of Legislature for the first time in Taiwan's history and install Su Jia-chyuan (蘇嘉全) as legislative speaker today.
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The new Cabinet is set to be sworn in today, reshuffling familiar faces who have said that they have a responsibility to "hold down the fort."
  
  
  
  
  
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