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Round the Island: Can't stop the monkey
A student living near National Yunlin University of Science and Technology complained to her landlord that nearly every time she went home, she was attacked by a little wild monkey who flung itself at her through the window.
 
Meet a Good Dog: This one lived beside a telephone pole
Hank is a happy-go-lucky mutt with a sprinkle of white fur on his muzzle.
 
Put your hands up for Nantou
Students practice ballet on the square outside the Nantou County Government building on Thursday, March 16.
 
Breeze Center and popular local eatery a-sha Diner (阿舍食堂) have teamed up to showcase the diner's signature noodle dishes for two days at the National Taiwan University (NTU), and to promote green-awareness to the general public with the help of local celebrity Sabrina Wu (吳怡德).
 
Chiayi Int'l Art Doc Film Festival kicks off
"This edition of the festival is by no means an old wine in a new bottle," filmmaker Huang Ming-chuan (黃明川) said from the outset. Huang is the art director and founder of upcoming Chiayi International Art Doc Film Festival (嘉義國際藝術紀錄影展), and his knowledge spans from classic modern films to contemporary art documentaries.
 
Okura Prestige Taipei, a five-star hotel from the Japan-based Okura Hotels & Resorts brand, issued an apology Tuesday for serving customers food made from expired ingredients.
 
Taiwan may seek overseas help to track Green Island oil dumper
The Ministry of Justice said it may seek international assistance to track down the perpetrator of a recent oil spill in the waters surrounding Taiwan's offshore Green Island.
 
A water rationing measure will be enforced in Kaohsiung on March 20 as scheduled if the rainfall in the next few days fails to significantly boost the water flow level of the Kaoping River (高屏) in southern Taiwan, the Water Resources Agency said on Monday.
 
Following huge success and having amassed a loyal following, Breeze Center's flagship Thai bistro "Chef Lemongrass (香茅廚)" has officially opened their Xinyi branch in the Shinkong Mitsukoshi A4 store.
 
A new battlefield: Gou maps vision for medical zone on former front-line island
Once the front line in the Chinese Civil War, Kinmen could soon become a battlefield of another sort, after tycoon Terry Gou (郭台銘) announced plans for an advanced medical care zone on the island.
 
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