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Tsai's education & culture ministers, others revealed
A fourth round of ministerial appointments for President-elect Tsai Ing-wen's (蔡英文) incoming Cabinet was announced by Premier-designate Lin Chuan (林全) on Wednesday, covering mainly culture and education briefs.
The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB, 刑事局) has warned of the risk of fraud when using dating apps after many individuals have been taken in by fraudsters.
Prosecutors of the Taiwan High Court have dropped charges against 15 people, including an army officer and a socialite, in a probe into an unauthorized group tour to see Apache gunships at a military base.
Costco Wholesale Corp., one of the world's largest retailers, won the applause of its Taiwan branch Wednesday after correcting its identification of Taiwan on its online job application site, which had listed Taiwan as a "province of China."
An exhibition in Eastern Taiwan's Taitung to display moving letters written by political prisoners to their families before they were executed during Taiwan's White Terror period (1949-1987).
The head of the Information and Communications Research Laboratories at the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) has received the "Test of Time Paper Award" for 2016, making him the first expert from Taiwan to win the prize.
The Kuomintang on Wednesday appointed former Legislator Tsai Cheng-yuan as its party whip in the Legislature.
An annual air defense drill that requires people to stay indoors and imposes traffic controls for half an hour will take place in three localities in Southern Taiwan today.
A tortoise fitted with a satellite transmitter and set free from Taiwan was found to have swum 5,467 kilometers in 94 days before arriving in Indonesia, the Forestry Bureau said.
The Taipei Exchange (TPEx) said Biotech company OBI Pharma's (台灣浩鼎) will face a fine for selling holdings for its major shareholder without notifying the exchange, violating the Security and Exchange Act (證交法).
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