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March 24, 2017

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Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je on Monday defended plans to introduce a bill banning restaurants in the city from burning wood and charcoal, saying the measure was a necessary part of the city's internationalization.
1 dead in New Taipei crash
Scooters are scattered at the scene of an accident in New Taipei's Xinzhuang District on Monday, March 6. The car collision, which took down 13 scooters, severely injured four people and lightly injured nine. One person was pronounced dead.
National Theater reopens
Front row seats at the newly renovated National Theater are hold letters that spell "The Time We Have, The Future We Share," in celebration of the theater's reopening, Friday, March 3.
Word on the Street: What do you think of the airport MRT?
We swung by the terminus next to Taipei Main Station to get some opinion straight from the riders' mouths.
Formosa Fun Coast, 20 months on
The now-abandoned Formosa Fun Coast Water Park is seen in this aerial shot.
Water park hit by powder explosion can reopen: court
A water park where an explosion of flammable dust killed 15 people and injured almost 500 others in 2015 could reopen after a court on Wednesday overturned a government order that had suspended its license.
New Taipei City looks to attract cinema's best
Are New Taipei residents set to bump into Ken Watanabe in a Linkou convenience store? Could you end up sharing a carriage on the Airport MRT with Uma Thurman?
There's a festival for everything
Local celebrity Smire Weng (翁滋蔓) poses for a picture to promote the Taipei Rhododendron Festival. Between March and April, National Taiwan University will host Taipei's first rhododendron festival, which features musical performances and outdoor markets.
Taiwan gets 1st lighthouse museum
Antique portable lamps are on display at the Lighthouse Museum in Keelung on Wednesday, March 1.
Japan's Ichiran Ramen to open in Taipei
Ichiran Ramen, one of the leading noodle restaurant chains in Japan, is scheduled to open its first eatery in Taiwan in June, according its Facebook page.
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