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No love for renovation
Construction operations cease at the Jinshan Qingshui Wetland (金山清水濕地) in New Taipei City on April 25. The Taiwan Ecologial Engineering Development Foundation was criticized for starting renovation of an education center at the wetland before the operation license was approved by the Taipei City Government. The foundation made a public apology on Tuesday for its haste in proceeding with the construction, but asserted that the center will be given to local residents after the construction, and that their actions had been in good faith.
 
Bye bye iL Mercato
A view of an Italian restaurant in Taipei's Tianmu area is seen in this photograph. The Italian restaurant iL Mercato was recently embroiled in a scandal when it's was accused of discriminating against a Taiwanese customer and charging her for two bottles of wine she didn't drink.
 
Once was lost but now am found
Taipei American School students pose with a Baisha Township police officer in Penghu County. To the left of the officer is a student named Elly, who lost her phone on a field trip to Penghu for a fireworks festival. The diligent precinct police were quick to react: Officers located Elly's phone just in time, right before the group was slated to return to Taipei.
 
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Water pours from a pipe at a farm in Yunlin on Monday, April 24.
 
Plight of homeless in focus ahead of Universiade
One of the last things that anyone would probably expect to happen to them is to lose their home and suddenly end up on the streets. However, according to people well versed on the issue, today's unpredictable social and economic environment means that being made homeless could happen to anyone, with experts calling for more to be done to resolve the situation.
 
Taipei guide: Four places where fireflies light up the night sky
It's that time of the year again.
 
In the bad books
National Taiwan University (NTU) President Yang Pan-chyr (楊泮池) looks over at local media in Taipei, Sunday, April 23.
 
Meet good dogs: These two were abandoned in a garbage dump
These two tiny puppies have had a very rough start in life.
 
A festive Taichung Mazu International Festival
Of all the Mazu-worshiping ceremonies and related religious activities worldwide, none is as boisterous and popular as Central Taiwan's iconic and distinctly Taiwanese procession.
 
Don't feed the fish
In this undated file photo, a scuba diver is surrounded by tropical fish in Kenting National Park, Pingtung. Park administrators said Thursday they would now strictly enforce the rule that visitors may not feed the wild animals in the park -- a violation subject to a NT$3,000 fine. Home to sika deer, monkeys and rare fish, Kenting has seen a rash of visitors using food to get the animals' attention, park administrators said.
 
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