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July, 29, 2016

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A Taipei City bus driver who found a bag of cash containing NT$1.9 million (US$59,491), which was left behind by a female passenger, may get to keep the money if it is not claimed within 6 months, police said Thursday.
Statue of Ming Dynasty loyalist vandalized before Tsai apology
A statute of Cheng Cheng-kung (鄭成功) was vandalized Thursday in Tainan by protesters demanding more concrete actions by President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) as she prepares to apologize publicly to the nation's indigenous peoples.
Taipei City and contractor Farglory (遠雄) have reached a tentative consensus on municipal safety demands on the beleaguered Taipei Dome, Thursday.
Temperatures in Taipei reached 38.5 degrees Celsius Thursday for the second day in a row, the first time this year that the capital has seen a temperature reading of over 38 degrees for two consecutive days, the Central Weather Bureau said.
Keeping the sun at bay
A charitable bystander, right, helpfully holds an umbrella to shade two women injured in a traffic accident from the scorching sun in Chiayi on Thursday, July 28. Temperatures hit 35.7 degrees Celsius in the southern county on Thursday.
A Taiwan farm produce trade fair featuring a wide range of agricultural products such as fruits and tea opened Thursday at a leading supermarket in Singapore.
Father of Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je, right, holds baby Ko in this undated photo released on the mayor's Facebook page on Thursday, July 28. Ko used the photo to remind people to "love your family and avoid driving under the influence."
Sneaky snake
Two men hold a 2.6-meter-long Burmese python captured in a house in Taitung yesterday. The owner of the place recently found two chickens missing from the hen house and thought it was the work of burglars.
Ban on disposable cutlery effective August 1
Taipei City Deputy Mayor Chen Chin-jun and other officials hold stainless steel tableware at a press conference in Taipei, Tuesday, July 26. From Monday, August 1,
The organizing committee of the 2017 Taipei Summer Universiade has received about NT$500 million (US$15.43 million) in non-cash sponsorships from corporations, according to Taipei's Department of Sports.
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