Ten people were accused of cutting corners on a Mass Rapid Transit project in Taichung and were indicted on manslaughter charges Wednesday, two months after an accident on the construction site resulted in four deaths and four injuries.3 Comments
A man was shot in the head, allegedly by an acquaintance, yesterday in the Datong night market of Greater Taichung.1 Comment
Fuchun Tea Manufacturer (馥春茶堂) is suspected of selling low-quality tea packaged under the famous Fu Shou Tea (福壽長春茶) brand, allegedly profiting to the tune of more than NT$10 million, according to the Taichung District Prosecutors Office (TDPO, 台中地檢署) yesterday.1 Comment
A 27-vehicle collision left three dead and five injured yesterday in Greater Taichung.3 Comments
The Singang (Xingang) Township Office (新港鄉公所) yesterday conducted a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a newly designed "Prosperity Mazu" lantern that was released in celebration of the Dajia Mazu Pilgrimage Procession to Xingang Township in Chiayi County.
Taichung City will be holding "Stationing 100 Masters in Schools" (當全世界都在閱讀－百師入學) in celebration of World Book Day 2015, from April 9 to the end of the year. The eight-month event will invite 100 famous writers, poets and celebrities, and station them in schools, cultural places and libraries all over Taichung to inspire students and residents alike.
The Taichung District Prosecutors Office yesterday conducted an impromptu search at the Taipei Metro's Central District Project Office in Taichung City, taking away a box of documents at the end and left no clear explanation of the investigation.
Taichung Mayor Lin Chia-lung yesterday dismissed speculation that the deadly accident at an MRT construction site had anything to do with government pressure to rush the completion of the city's mass rapid transit railway project.3 Comments
Taichung is arranging a series of activities, including a painting contest and a series of bus tours, to highlight the important place that the sea goddess Mazu occupies in the local culture, according to the city's Cultural Affairs Bureau (CAB).
A collapsed section of an under-construction elevated railway at a Taichung Mass Rail Transit System (Taichung Metro) construction site caused four deaths and four injuries late Friday afternoon; three of the dead were construction workers at the site.13 Comments