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Taichung official promotes arts in verse
Taichung City Government Cultural Affairs Bureau Director Wang Chih-cheng (王志誠), also known as poet Loo Han-siu (路寒袖), has offered his poetry and portraits for free to promote arts in the city.
 
Universal appeal?
New K-pop boy group UNIVERSE makes their debut in Taiwan, Wednesday, Dec. 21.
 
Yoh signs deal with Giants
Taiwanese baseball player Yoh Daikan (陽岱鋼), wearing the No.2 jersey of the Yomiuri Giants in the Nippon Professional Baseball, poses at a press conference held on Monday afternoon at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo.
 
A design that can't be beak
Designer Vient Tsai (蔡行健) poses holding different sizes of small chicken-themed lanterns designed by himself at a press conference held on Monday by the Taipei City Department of Information and Tourism to unveil the lanterns to be given away at the 2017 Taipei Lantern Festival.
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Round off 2016 with season's delights
It's time again to bid farewell to the year under the glitter of fireworks and to pamper yourself and loved ones with food and wine
 
Dreaming of Christmas
Hotels and restaurants are livening up the holiday season with a sumptuous selection of Christmas and New Year's menus and goodies
 
So you want to be in show biz? EeLin College wants to help
Hsing Wu University is making history in collaborating with Eelin Entertainment to open a comprehensive college for students aspiring to make their mark in the show business.
 
Starry starry night
"15 nights" a paper carving work completed by artist Wu Ching-fang on display at Chiayi Municipal Museum, Thursday. Wu, who can only see through one eye has pursued the art for 25 years without instruction from a master. Her works will be on display at the museum until Jan. 8.
 
Yang Dai-kang 'to sign 4-year, 1 bil. yen deal with Japan team'
Taiwanese baseball player Yang Dai-kang (陽岱鋼) has agreed to sign with the Yomiuri Giants under a four-year 1 billion yen deal, according to a Japanese media report on Wednesday.
 
Hehuanshan (Hehuan Mountain), a popular mountain destination on the border of Nantou and Hualien counties in central Taiwan, will be subject to traffic restrictions for 59 days during the winter season, starting Jan. 1, Taroko National Park Headquarters said on Wednesday.
 
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