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Former EVA Air chair seeks return to the skies
Former chair of EVA Air Chang Kuo-wei (張國煒) intends to launch a new airline this year, including plans to purchase 10 new aircraft, according to local reports.
Heavy rain and thunderstorms for northern and central Taiwan
The nation's reservoirs may get a much needed resupply as thunderstorms and periods of heavy rain have been forecast across Taiwan on Wednesday.
Headlines from across Taiwan
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Wednesday February 22, 2017.
Hundreds of veterans began a monthlong demonstration near the Legislative Yuan Tuesday morning to protest the government's pension reform plan, which would significantly cut their retirement pensions and benefits.
Former President Ma Ying-jeou said he had "committed no crime," as he appeared in court Tuesday, accused of illegally obtaining information during a 2013 wiretapping scandal.
Still smoggy
The Port of Kaohsiung is shrouded in smog, Tuesday, Feb. 21. Persistent pollution has engulfed Central and Southern Taiwan.
The Water Resources Agency (WRA) decided Tuesday to implement first-stage water restrictions in Hsinchu, Taoyuan and New Taipei's Linkou, Banqiao and Xinzhuang districts with effect from March 1.
The magma chamber recently confirmed to exist in the Datun Volcano Group in Northern Taiwan is not evidence that the volcano group has become active, the head of Central Weather Bureau said Tuesday, rebutting a newspaper report.
The National Immigration Agency (NIA) has awarded a coveted "Plum Blossom" permanent-residency card to U.S. linguist David Wible, to recognize his creation of the interactive language learning system "IWill."
President Tsai Ing-wen pledged Tuesday that the government will make every effort to boost the development of smart cities in Taiwan and will work closely with local governments to improve the quality of life for the people, at the opening of the 2017 Smart City Summit and Expo.
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