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Breeze Center (微風廣場), a leading shopping center in Taipei, and all its affiliates are ready to offer discounts and gifts to shoppers through to Dec. 25, according to a press release on Friday.
 
A couple who lost their three children in a devastating landslide in southern Taiwan six years ago now have six-week old twins and is hoping to have a third child later with the help of advanced in vitro fertilization (IVF) technology.
 
Taiwan's southeastern county of Taitung was jolted by four earthquakes overnight, including one with a magnitude of 4.5 at 04:05 a.m. Friday, the Central Weather Bureau said.
 
'I now pronounce you bride and samurai'
Newlyweds wearing costumes share a kiss at a mass wedding ceremony at the Pingtung magistrate's residence in Pingtung County, Friday, Dec. 16.
 
The first pilot facility for the government's 2.0 long-term care program in Changhua County was opened on Friday by county Magistrate Wei Ming-ku, who expressed the hope that the facility will improve the quality of care available to seniors.
 
Impounded Lamborghini scrapped by authorities
A NT$10-million (US$315,000) Lamborghini Murcielago sportscar that had been sitting in a police impound lot for the last three years finally got scrapped at a breakers yard in Taichung, central Taiwan Wednesday.
 
Taipei sends two pangolins to Germany in conservation effort
Two pangolins from the Taipei Zoo have been sent to Germany's Leipzig Zoo as part of the zoo's conservation efforts to help sustain the captive pangolin population in Germany, the Taipei Zoo said Wednesday.
 
63-meter slide makes debut at Kaohsiung museum
A giant spiral tube slide which allows visitors to slide from the top to the bottom in 16 seconds, reaching a maximum speed of 82kph, was unveiled on Tuesday at the National Science and Technology Museum in Kaohsiung.
 
Taipei Rapid Transit Corp. President B.C. Yen (顏邦傑) said Tuesday that a plan to issue a NT$2,500 (US$78.6) monthly unlimited use pass for Taipei's mass rapid transit system will not be implemented Jan. 1 next year as scheduled.
 
For whom the bell tolls
A monastery bell at Hengchun Ecological Farm is shown in this photo provided by the Administrative Enforcement Agency Pingtung Branch on Tuesday, Dec. 13.
 
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