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December, 3, 2016

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Seaweed meets style: Taiwan snacks hit US clothing stores
Like to munch while you shop? Forever 21 hopes you do.
As people continued making plans yesterday for next month's four-day Mid-Autumn Festival, the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) appeared to remain in deadlock with train conductors who have threatened not to work extra shifts scheduled for the holiday.
Ghost Festival
Shoppers pass products sold as Ghost Festival offerings in a hypermarket in Kaohsiung yesterday. Taiwanese people traditionally worship their ancestors during the Ghost Festival, praying for their health and safety in the spirit realm.
Tourists and philatelists who have a passion for collecting stamps should stop by a stamp shop in Paris that sells rare postage stamps from all over the world.
A closer look at the historic Keelung Ghost Festival
Keelung Mid-summer Ghost Festival is one of 12 major festivals in Taiwan.
Taiwan design
Eager to share its designs with the world, Taiwan is no stranger to major events in the cultural and creative industry. To pave the way for going global, the Taiwan Design Center (TDC, 台灣創意設計中心) has collected high-potential brands and products for presentation at the "Fresh Taiwan" pavilion in international shows since 2012.
Living in a  'State of Flux'
Held at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum until Sep. 25, "State of Flux" (崩解劇場) highlights the ever-changing landscape where we live, which is affected by a growing number of man-made disasters.
Embracing Design
In "Design Station" (設計進站), a World Design Capital (WDC, 世界設計之都) project, the new looks of metro stations were met with awe and praise.
Puth's first visit
U.S. singer-songwriter Charlie Puth, left, receives a platinum record from Chen Tse-shan (陳澤杉), president of Warner Music Greater China, at the pre-show event for Puth's first Taiwan visit in Taipei, Tuesday, Aug. 16. Puth said he was surprised by his popularity in Taiwan.
A health-monitoring bracelet designed by two Taiwanese students so that diabetes patients can measure their blood sugar levels and receive insulin injections without pain has won a Red Dot Design Award for 2016, in the "Best of the Best" category.
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