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Taichung launches Matsu tourism festival
The Cultural Affairs Bureau of the Taichung City Government has been organizing a series events and performances as parts of the 2017 Mazu International Tourism Festival.
Taichung truck tragedy
A semi-trailer truck is shown after falling into the ocean off the Port of Taichung. When the truck was located on Monday, authorities found it floating on the sea at the Port of Taichung. Authorities said the driver is missing.
Police arrested a suspect in Taichung earlier this month on charges of manufacturing a large number of NT$50 coins in a clandestine factory, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB, 刑事局) announced.
The Agency Against Corruption (AAC) said Friday it had busted an electricity theft ring in Taichung that allegedly helped night clubs and restaurants steal NT$100 million worth of power over four years.
A couple who lost their three children in a devastating landslide in southern Taiwan six years ago now have six-week old twins and is hoping to have a third child later with the help of advanced in vitro fertilization (IVF) technology.
Impounded Lamborghini scrapped by authorities
A NT$10-million (US$315,000) Lamborghini Murcielago sportscar that had been sitting in a police impound lot for the last three years finally got scrapped at a breakers yard in Taichung, central Taiwan Wednesday.
Anti-rainbow flag protest
Protesters rally at Taichung City Hall plaza on Tuesday, Dec. 6, urging Taichung Mayor Lin Chia-lung to back away from his decision to fly the rainbow flag for seven days at Taichung local governmental buildings starting Dec. 10 to show support for LGBT people. .
In cold blood
This picture shows a big lizard spotted on the rain shelter of a house in downtown Taichung.
Thunder Tigers roar again
President Tsai Ing-wen, foreground, applauds during a performance by the Air Force's Thunder Tiger Aerobatics Team in Taichung, Saturday.
lin Liu--Hundreds gathered in front of the Taichung City Government building Tuesday to protest a hike in land-value tax.
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