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The third OpenStack Day Taiwan took place at Taipei International Convention Center on Tuesday, presenting successful cloud transformation cases that Taiwan's large-scale information service industry has gone through after adopting OpenStack.
 
The Taipei City Government declared victory Monday in its case against property developer Radium Life Tech Co.
 
Muslims in Taipei celebrate end of Ramadan
Hundreds of Muslims in Taiwan, many of whom are workers from Indonesia, gathered in Taipei on Sunday for Eid al-Fitr, a celebration that marks the end of the month-long Ramadan fast.
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Gourmet Kitchen unveils summertime delights
Many restaurants are gearing up to find a competitive spot in the battle to attract customers' summer appetites; the same goes for Gourmet Kitchen from Grand Mayfull Hotel Taipei (台北美福大飯店).
 
Police authorities in Northern Taiwan recently busted a narcotic ring that planned to sell illicit drugs in a New Taipei rock festival to be held later this month, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB, 刑事警察局) has announced.
 
Taipei 101 was awarded the top honor Thursday of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) building rating system, achieving the highest level of Platinum in the category of Operation and Maintenance of an Existing Building.
 
The China International Tourism Association (CITA) will hold an exhibition to mark its 20th anniversary, as well as the 60th birthday of its director-general in Taipei, July 9.
 
Keelung Mayor Lin Yu-chang Wednesday met two members of Assemble, a British group of young architects and designers who won the prestigious Turner Prize for art.
 
Gambling with the law
Gamblers and a dealer are seen at an illegal Texas Hold 'Em casino in Taipei on Thursday, July 7. Police said that the operator of the casino hired an attractive woman as a dealer and used messaging apps such as Line and WeChat to draw young gamblers.
 
Military and government authorities said Thursday that they are on standby for disaster response as Super Typhoon Nepartak, which is expected to bring heavy rain and strong wind to Taiwan, continued its approach toward the country.
 
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