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This 100-year-old woman hasn't left her home in 7 months
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Bamboo raft returns from trip to Japan's Yonaguni Island
A home-made bamboo raft returned to Hualien Fishing Port on Sunday, completing a round trip to Yonaguni Island in Japan in five days.
 
A new policy urging people in Taiwan to flush their used toilet paper will take effect in June, and the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) on Monday urged local governments to put up signs to encourage the practice.
 
This Tainan workshop is a haven for stationery and ballpoint pen lovers
Tainan's Shiwuting Ballpoint Pen Workshop is a haven for ballpoint pen and stationery lovers. The shop is tucked in an alley in West Central District's West Gate Market, a sore thumb in a quiet nook, bathing the area with warm lighting.
 
Suhua Highway closed until at least Tuesday due to rockslides
Suhua Highway, which links Yilan County and Hualien County, will be closed until at least Tuesday evening as a result of multiple rockslides that began on Sunday and lasted into Monday, according to authorities.
 
East Coast highway still blocked
Falling rocks continued to hamper the work of crews trying to clear the Suhua Highway for passage Monday, with the road set to remain sealed off until 3 p.m.
 
Pension reform protesters lob bottles at Pingtung Council members
More than 10 protesters lobbed bottles at three Pingtung County Council members, injuring one of them as they were leaving a music concert in Pingtung City which was attended by President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文)and other senior officials Sunday.
 
Ceiling tiles fall on McDonald's customers, 3 injured
Falling ceiling tiles at a McDonald's in New Taipei's Sanxia District injured three people Monday, according to local reports.
 
Taiwan launches countermeasures amid invasion by mainland Chinese frogs
Humans in Taiwan's Hsinchu County are stepping into a turf war between two frog species, taking up arms against alien frogs in an effort save a native variety.
 
Vandals strike again, chopping feet off Japanese-era guard dog statue
The two vandals who beheaded a bronze statue honoring a Japanese colonial figure have struck again. This time, they've partially destroyed a Japanese-era stone statue outside a Taipei City elementary school.
 
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