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Monday, July 28, 2014
After a magical start in which it swept the top-seeded United States on Thursday, Taiwan was unable to sustain its momentum and was knocked out of the inaugural International Crown women's golf tournament by Spain on Saturday.
Taiwan -- Spain knocks Taiwan out of Int'l Crown golf tournament
Taiwan -- TransAsia plane information coming soon: council
Information on the state of the TransAsia Airways plane that crashed in Penghu on July 23 should be made public in a few days, Taiwan's Aviation Safety Council said Sunday.
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (陳威仁) said on Saturday that the government should levy a real estate transaction tax to prevent speculative investment in the housing market, which makes housing unaffordable for young people.
Taiwan -- TKU to help 200 companies develop students' capabilities
Tamkang University (TKU, 淡江大學) yesterday signed an Academia-Industry Alliance Agreement with over 200 corporations in hopes of increasing student competitiveness upon graduation.
Sunday, July 27, 2014
Taiwan -- Taiwan should seize on China's rise: Siew
Former Vice President Vincent Siew said Saturday that China's ascent is inevitable and Taiwan should try to take advantage of that rise as a stepping stone for development, rather than closing its doors and opposing anything involving Beijing.
Wang Dan, a leader of China's 1989 pro-democracy movement, has asked the Taipei government to help him arrange a trip back to Taiwan from the United States for a medical checkup for a suspected brain disease.
Independent Taipei mayoral candidate Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) yesterday responded to a statement made by the Kuomingtang's (KMT) candidate Sean Lien (連勝文), indirectly attacking the KMT mayoral hopeful's privileged background.
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Communist Chinese leader Mao Zedong was once on the payroll of the Kuomintang, archives from Taiwan's ruling party show.
Communist Chinese leader Mao Zedong was once on the payroll of the Kuomintang, archives from Taiwan's ruling party show.
The National Health Research Institutes (NHRI, 國家衛生研究院) yesterday released their latest research findings, which have been hailed as an international breakthrough in cancer research.
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