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September, 28, 2016

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Late bloomer
Beautiful orange daylily flowers will remain in place in a field in Taimali Township of Taitung County, eastern Taiwan through the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival that will fall on Sept. 15, as the blossom season of the flower this year comes half a month late due to a warm winter seen last year.
 
The state-owned Taiwan Power Company (Taipower) said Saturday that it is planning to build a storage facility on an uninhabited island to store radioactive waste from the country's first nuclear power plant.
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In celebration of Armed Forces Day, military servicemen can enjoy discounts at over 130 stores at the Breeze shopping center in Taipei Station.
 
Government 'looks to end contract'
The Taipei City government has reportedly initiated procedures to terminate its contract with Taipei Dome contractor Farglory Group (遠雄集團), amid a conflict that has heavily dented Mayor Ko Wen-je's (柯文哲) approval ratings.
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Residents protest Kaohsiung home demolitions
Houses around a wholesale fruit and vegetable market in Kaohsiung were demolished Thursday, despite strong resistance from local residents.
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Zhang Zhijun, head of China's Taiwan Affairs Office (TAO), said Thursday that cross-strait relations are facing a "grave challenge" as the current Taiwan government has refused to recognize the "1992 Consensus" and its core meaning.
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A scuba diver drowned at beach in Kenting on Thursday, while two other people were hospitalized after they almost drowned at a different beach in the popular tourist destination in southern Taiwan, according to a firefighter.
 
Protesters seek halt to forced evictions, industry projects
Protesters from Kaohsiung traveled to Taipei Wednesday to call attention to numerous forced evictions and development projects that have taken place under Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chu.
 
A Taiwanese couple had a large sum of undeclared cash in Hong Kong dollars confiscated by customs officers at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport.
 
School transfer to go ahead despite protests by parents
The Cabinet insisted Tuesday that students transfer from a Yunlin County school over fears of toxic chemical exposure, despite a protest outside the Executive Yuan.
 
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