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Sunday, November 16, 2014
Taiwan -- New line boosts Taipei MRT passenger volume
Passenger volume on the Taipei MRT registered a major increase yesterday as the new Songshan-Xindian Line began services.
Members of Absoundtrack (台大原聲帶社), a club formed by indigenous students who study at National Taiwan University (NTU).
A service to help needy families in New Taipei has distributed donations of goods and cash worth over NT$600 million since it was launched in 2011 without any increase in spending to run the program.
Saturday, November 15, 2014
Taiwan -- New Songshan Line to expedite transfers: Hau
Taipei Metro's newly completed Songshan Line is an important addition to the capital's transportation network as it provides more transfer options, Mayor Hau Lung-bin (郝龍斌) said at the line's inauguration ceremony yesterday.
Taipei Metro could see accumulated ridership hit 700 million by the end of this year thanks to a continuously expanding network, President Ma Ying-jeou said Friday during the inaugural ceremony for the Songshan Line, which is set to start operations Saturday.
Taichung police have uncovered an “underground” bean sprouts factory in the city that has been illegally using the chemical sodium hydrosulfite to bleach and preserve its products.
Ridership of Changhua's YouBike system broke the 1 million mark this month, less than half a year after the central Taiwan county introduced the automated bicycle rentals, the county government said Friday.
Taiwan -- TES to bring European Christmas spirit in Bazaar
The Taipei European School (TES) yesterday held a Christmas tree lighting ceremony to promote the upcoming TES Christmas Bazaar 2014.
Friday, November 14, 2014
The Taipei District Prosecutors Office (TDPO, 台北地檢署) announced yesterday that prosecutors indicted 60 suspects involved in the fatal beating of a police detective on charges of murder and aggravated assault.
Eden Social Welfare Foundation's (伊甸社會福利基金會) Charity Ambassador Tiffany Hsu (許瑋甯) asked for donations to help children with developmental delays at a Hi-life convenience store in Taipei, yesterday.
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