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Plight of homeless in focus ahead of Universiade
One of the last things that anyone would probably expect to happen to them is to lose their home and suddenly end up on the streets. However, according to people well versed on the issue, today's unpredictable social and economic environment means that being made homeless could happen to anyone, with experts calling for more to be done to resolve the situation.
 
Taipei guide: Four places where fireflies light up the night sky
It's that time of the year again.
 
In the bad books
National Taiwan University (NTU) President Yang Pan-chyr (楊泮池) looks over at local media in Taipei, Sunday, April 23.
 
Dr. Ko's on the case
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲), famously a surgeon before he entered politics, examines Deputy Taipei Mayor Charles Lin's (林欽榮) wound, Wednesday, April 18.
 
Street dog no more
This file photo supplied by the New Taipei City Government shows a woman holding a puppy destined to become a civil servant. The city government has adopted 83 strays. Currently, 33 work in the police department and 26 in the local environmental protection agency.
 
New Taipei i-Voting system will implement results to the letter
Taipei City rolled out the newest version of its i-Voting public voting system on Tuesday, saying that the final results from the voting system would "definitely be implemented" by the government, as opposed to the past where it was only for reference.
 
Heading out west
Nangang Bus Station's West Station was inaugurated on Monday, April 17.
 
Luxury meets convenience at Sunrise Estate
Located just a one-minute walk from an MRT station in Taipei's East District, Sunrise Estate (揚昇君苑) is a favorite among Taiwan's cross-strait entrepreneurs.
 
Fun without barriers
An aerial view of a playground designed for physically disabled children is seen in this photograph taken in Taipei on Thursday, April 13.
 
Driver crashes through OK Mart
Debris is scattered over the sidewalk after a truck crashed into an OK Mart in Tamsui on Wednesday, April 12. The crash happened around noon and injured four people: the store manager, two customers and the truck driver.
 
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