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First-phase water rationing will begin Monday in Kaohsiung, southern Taiwan, the Water Resources Agency (WRA) said Sunday.
 
A duck farm in Kaohsiung's Qishan District was confirmed Saturday to be infected with the highly pathogenic H5N2 avian influenza virus, leading to the culling of 4,457 birds, the city's Animal Protection Office said.
 
The annual calla lily festival in Yangmingshan National Park's Zhuzihu area will feature a number of events appealing to all walks of life, its organizer said on Saturday.
 
Time for tea in Chiayi
After welcoming around 100,000 visitors in its maiden show last year, the International Tea Culture Exchange Exhibition (世界搏茶會) is on again in Chiayi County, running from March 18 to 27 in the west warehouses of Suantou Sugar Factory (蒜頭糖廠).
 
Give a hoot about wildlife
This photo provided by the Taichung City Government shows a woman holding an injured owl she and others rescued from a mountainous area in the city. The woman was among a group of volunteers from Taiwan and other countries that was taking part in an activity to make owl nests when they spotted the injured bird stuck in a net.
 
Hualien hopes for the best
The Caledonia Sky, the first cruise ship to call at the Port of Hualien in 2017, sails for Keelung on Saturday, March 18.
 
All set for Universiade ... ?
This photo from the Taipei Fire Department shows the scene of a gas explosion drill at one of the venues of the upcoming 2017 Summer Universiade on Friday, March 17. Taipei is gearing up for the multisport event, which takes place in the city from Aug. 19 to 30.
 
Where's Bravo?
Taipei City Bureau of Education chief Tseng Tsan-chin (曾燦金), front row second right, and Taipei Universiade CEO Su Li-chung (蘇麗瓊), front row third left, pose with Bravo, the 2017 Taipei Universiade mascot, and high school students from Taipei First Girls School on Friday, March 17. In preparation for the Universiade in August, teachers at the school have started teaching their students the official exercise dance for the games.
 
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.
 
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