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Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Sunday March 19, 2017.
Sunflowers back, take aim at DPP
Activists Saturday marked the third anniversary of the Sunflower Movement, with a protest outside the Legislature criticizing the Democratic Progressive Party's (DPP) "slow progress" in enacting a law to make negotiations between the government and Beijing more transparent.
Where are the student movement leaders now?
Here's a fast look at what the Sunflower Movement student leaders have been up to since 2014.
Rain and unhealthy air to close out weekend
Most of Taiwan is set for rain Sunday, with Monday bringing rising temperatures and clearer skies.
President Tsai Ing-wen defended the government's revisions to the Labor Act on Saturday, accusing employers of not fully understanding the new regulations.
Word on the Street: To flush or not to flush?
We accosted foreign visitors to find out what they had been doing with their toilet paper in Taiwan.
Taoyuan Airport MRT back to normal after first glitch late Friday
The service of Taoyuan International Airport MRT went back to normal after the system experienced its first major glitch late Friday since it went into operation early this month, causing some trains to be delayed by 8 to 15 minutes.
Embattled NTU president 'won't seek new term'
Amid a fabricated-data scandal, National Taiwan University (NTU) President Yang Pan-chyr (楊泮池) on Saturday announced he would step down at the end of his term in June and would not seek another term.
'Tram-train' line to link Keelung and Taipei: Tsai
Keelung City is slated to get its own "tram-train system" connecting the northern port city to Taipei in four years, President Tsai Ing-wen announced on Friday.
The Archive: What was in The China Post on April 27, 1962?
We delve into a random edition from way back in CP's 65-year history. This week: Friday, April 27, 1962.
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