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September, 25, 2016

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A history of illustrated books
For book worms, our passion for reading began the moment we set eyes on picture books. From poring over illustrations and listening to adults read us stories to reading them on our own, it was through these pictures books that we caught our first glimpse of the outside world, learning eagerly about it.
Topping the poles
Contestants climb an oiled pillar at the Toucheng Grappling with Ghosts activity in Yilan in this undated file photo. The activity, part of traditional Ghost Month rituals, will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 31.
'Ace of Sales' offers empowering message for women in the workplace
In light of the uncertain job market, the cast of "Ace of Sales" (銷售奇姬) held a forum Saturday to offer tips for those fighting to escape the dreaded "28K monthly salary" and to bring home a larger paycheck.
She makes it look easy
Malaysian-Chinese singer and songwriter Penny Tai (戴佩妮) is pictured in a music video for her latest single in this photo provided by NeverFall Inc.
Peking opera star dies at 87
Peking Opera diva Ku Cheng-chiu (顧正秋) is seen in this undated file photo released on Monday, Aug. 22.
Taipei's Beitou Park has become a popular spot for players of the smartphone game "Pokemon Go" after news surfaced that rare monsters often appear there.
President Tsai Ing-wen extended her congratulations to the Puzangalan Children's Choir from Pingtung County for winning a silver medal at the Cantemus International Choir Festival in Hungary.
Staying busy
The peak of Yushan, Taiwan's highest mountain, is seen in this undated file photo provided by the Yushan National Park Administration on Monday, Aug. 22. The office of former President Ma Ying-jeou confirmed Monday that Ma will embark on a one-day hike to the peak this week.
Tough crowd
Formosan clouded leopard "Yun-hsin" at the Taipei Zoo looks at a dangling toy, Monday.
Seaweed meets style: Taiwan snacks hit US clothing stores
Like to munch while you shop? Forever 21 hopes you do.
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