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Sunday, March 16, 2014
Police in Pingtung County raided hotels and guesthouses on suspicion of holding illegal drugs Friday night ahead of several high-profile music events in the southern county.
A head-on collision in the eastern county of Taitung Saturday left a flatbed truck driver dead and injured 16 passengers on a tour bus, including 14 Chinese tourists, local police said.
Saturday, March 15, 2014
Taiwan -- Wang family member dismantles prefabs
The drama surrounding the prolonged Wenlin Yuan (文林苑) urban renewal project took a turn yesterday, when a family member from the prominent “Wang family” case voluntarily dismantled the prefabs established on the site of the family's former home without informing his family members.
Friday, March 14, 2014
Taiwan -- Porsche owner admits stalling ambulance
Following the upload of a video to YouTube of a white Porsche blocking an on-duty ambulance, the owner of the vehicle has come forward to admit that he was the one behind the wheel, after initially claiming that a car wash employee was driving without his permission.
Taiwan -- Paper panda exhibition set for return to Taipei
The second round of an outdoor exhibition featuring 1,600 paper giant pandas will return to Taipei Friday and is expected by the organizers to attract large crowds again.
A nurse at a hospital in eastern Taiwan has invited accusations of privacy violation for posting photos of a heart surgery patient on her Facebook page.
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Taipei 101's spokesman was eager to talk up the landmark building's super-fast elevator after the distinctive feature was listed in a CNN article as one of the world's “12 elevators you need to see to believe.”
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
The Splendor Hotel in Taichung offered an apology yesterday for miscommunication with dissatisfied customers who had not gotten their share of all-you-can-eat lobsters at the hotel's restaurant.
U.S. west coast exclusive fast-food burger chain “In-N-Out” set up shop in Taipei for a mere four hours during a flash marketing campaign yesterday, selling a limited amount of 300 burgers to lucky fans who received wind of the event on popular social network Facebook.
Taiwan's Centers for Disease Control (CDC) confirmed on Tuesday a Chinese male student as the second German measles case in Taiwan this year.
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