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Model new immigrant
Zhou Xiumei (周秀媚), a mainland Chinese native who moved to Taiwan after marrying a Taiwanese man 12 years ago, poses for a photo in her home in Hsinchu County in this undated photo provided by the Hsinchu County government. Zhou was named a "model new immigrant" by Hsinchu County Magistrate Chiu Ching-chun (邱鏡淳) for giving up her life as a model and helping her husband manage his ginger farm business in Hsinchu.
 
Something fishy
Flathead grey mullets are seen in this photo, taken at a fish market in Hsinchu County on Friday, Nov. 4. Flathead grey mullets are available for sale on Saturday morning at Jhubei City's Baziku Fish Farm in Hsinchu County after the eggs are removed from the fish in order to make dried mullet roe, a famous delicacy in Taiwan.
 
Hsinchu is the happiest place in Taiwan: survey
Hsinchu City scored the highest this year on a happiness index ranking the cities and counties of Taiwan.
 
Kite festival reeled in 48,000 people over 2 days: gov'
A two-day kite festival, which concluded Sunday at Nanliao Fishing Port in Hsinchu City, attracted an estimated 48,000 kite enthusiasts from around Taiwan, according to the city government.
 
Broadened view
Based on the draft design shown in the picture, the Hsinchu City Government plans to broaden the width of pedestrian paths surrounding the square in front of the Hsinchu Railway Station to five meters from three meters, so as to improve the entire view around the station.
 
Law or politics is sometimes insufficient to solve problems when religious elements are involved in public matters. For the Water Resources Agency (WRA), the solution may lie in the cliche: Do as the Romans do.
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100 sick cats found abandoned in Hsinchu County farmhouse
A man, surnamed Huang and who goes by "Cat Grandpa," is suspected of abandoning around 100 "poor quality" cats at a farmhouse in Xinfeng Township, Hsinchu County, northern Taiwan, officials with the Hsinchu County Animal Disease Control Center said on Monday.
 
The northern city of Hsinchu reported a daytime high of 38 degrees Celsius Sunday, equaling the previous record high for the month of July, according to the Central Weather Bureau.
 
Lost in the city
This photo from the Hsinchu fire department shows a firefighter holding a pangolin that was captured on the streets in the city's downtown on Friday, June 10.
 
Youbike in Hsinchu began a test run Thursday, joining the nine other cities and counties in Taiwan that provide bike rental services to the public.
 
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