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Apple Pay available in Taiwan from today: banks
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Mayday rocks Daan Forest Park
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Mayday rocks Daan Forest Park
Mayday (五月天), one of the most popular rock bands in the Chinese-speaking world, came back to the venue where they first started 20 years ago to put on a free concert for fans.
 
Air Force training female pilots to fly its jets
Three pilots are currently training to become the first female jet fighter pilots to fly a second-generation fighter of the R.O.C., the Air Force announced on Wednesday.
 
Dos and don'ts: Former AIT chief has some cross-strait tips for Trump
Former American Institute in Taiwan Chairman Richard Bush has complied a "'One China' primer" to help the Trump administration navigate relations with Beijing and Taipei.
 
Ex-NTU professor's credentials suspended, university funding slashed in academic scandal
The government has suspended the academic credentials of former National Taiwan University (NTU) professor Kuo Ming-liang after an investigation concluded Thursday that he and seven others violated ethics standards at the nation's most prestigious university.
 
Japan, US want to upgrade ties with Taiwan: report
Key allies Japan and the U.S. are seeking to strengthen relations with Taiwan ahead of next week's highly anticipated summit between President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping, a report said Wednesday.
 
Thousands of demonstrators paralyzed traffic across Taipei Wednesday, as they protested the government's efforts to push through reforms to the national pension system.
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Where to find the best offers for the e-payment service
As Apple Pay became available to users in Taiwan from 7 a.m. this morning, local banks offering the e-payment service have rolled out promotional events for every purchase their cardholders make using the service.
 
China's silence on Taiwan activist's disappearance regrettable: Cabinet
Taiwan's Cabinet on Thursday expressed regret that China had not offered an explanation of the disappearance of Taiwanese human rights advocate Lee Ming-che (李明哲), who Chinese authorities said was being investigated on suspicion of endangering their country's national security.
 
1,000 evacuated after fire in Xinyi District
A fire broke out in Taipei's Xinyi District late Wednesday, with some 20 fire trucks and several ambulances deployed to respond to the blaze that also caused the evacuation of a nearby movie premiere .
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Cold front arrives Friday but long weekend outlook good
Taiwan will continue enjoying warm weather until Friday afternoon, when a cold front is forecast to arrive and bring lower temperatures and scattered showers to most of the country, according to the Central Weather Bureau.
 
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