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U.S. President Donald Trump says he didn't record his conversations with ex-FBI chief James Comey. 美國總統川普說,他沒有記錄他與前聯邦調查局局長詹姆斯科米的談話。 Conversation: 談話

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The alleged gunman in a shooting that killed 3 people in Taoyuan has died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, authorities said. 槍殺三名桃園人的槍手疑犯已經死於自我槍擊的傷口。 Wound: 傷口

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A robot lets users simply clip their clean washing onto hangers and return a few minutes later to a pile of neatly folded laundry. 一個新機器人可以讓用戶將清潔的洗衣機夾在衣架上,幾分鐘後送回一堆整齊地折疊的衣服。 Pile: 一堆

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A robot lets users simply clip their clean washing onto hangers and return a few minutes later to a pile of neatly folded laundry. 一個新機器人可以讓用戶將清潔的洗衣機夾在衣架上,幾分鐘後送回一堆整齊地折疊的衣服。 Pile: 一堆

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A robot lets users simply clip their clean washing onto hangers and return a few minutes later to a pile of neatly folded laundry. 一個新機器人可以讓用戶將清潔的洗衣機夾在衣架上,幾分鐘後送回一堆整齊地折疊的衣服。 Pile: 一堆

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Geothermal power still overlooked by the current government. Its cheaper than nuclear, highest efficiency of ALL other renewables, smallest land usage per MW of all renewables. Taiwan is so fortunate to have this god given resource, the real travesty is not using it.


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SinoPac Holdings chairman detained on breach of trust charges

SinoPac Holdings chairman detained on breach of trust charges

Ho Show-chung (何壽川), chairman of SinoPac Holdings (永豐金控), was detained on charges of breach of trust after prosecutors found he and other company executives were involved in illegal loans that reportedly amounted to NT$5 billion.
Ko headed to Shanghai for cities forum

Ko headed to Shanghai for cities forum

The annual cross-strait cities forum between Taipei and Shanghai will take place after all, with Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je leading a municipal delegation on July 2.
The problem is 'one country, two systems,' not '1992 Consensus': Lai

The problem is 'one country, two systems,' not '1992 Consensus': Lai

Tainan Mayor William Lai continued to speak on cross-strait relations during his U.S. trip, saying Sunday that Taiwan's acceptance of the "1992 Consensus" was not a real issue.
Headlines from across Taiwan

Headlines from across Taiwan

Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Monday June 19, 2017.
Rain will last until Thursday: weather forecast

Rain will last until Thursday: weather forecast

The Central Weather Bureau (CWB) forecast Sunday that the current wet weather will continue until Thursday due to a hovering front and the southwest monsoon, with showers or thundershowers expected around Taiwan.

Flip-flops under graduation gown 'inappropriate': school

National Taiwan Normal University said on Saturday that it is "not appropriate" for students to wear flip-flops under their graduation gowns, after a photo showed one of its students dressed that way.
Military on stand-by to assist as torrential rain hits Taiwan

Military on stand-by to assist as torrential rain hits Taiwan

Taiwan's Ministry of National Defense said Saturday it has set up a disaster response center and put military personnel, vehicles and apparatus on stand-by as strong torrential rain that has drenched Taiwan since early this week continue to pummel the island.

Taiwanese teams shine at NASA's international hackathon

Participating for the first time in the world's largest hackathon, Taiwanese teams performed well in the final round of the 2017 NASA International Space Apps Challenge, according to the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT).
Government to invest NT$4 billion in IC industry in 4 years

Government to invest NT$4 billion in IC industry in 4 years

Science and Technology Minister Chen Liang-gee (陳良基) said Friday that his ministry is planning to invest NT$4 billion (US$132 million) over the next four years in the local semiconductor sector.
Quanta Computer reaffirms commitment in investing in Taiwan

Quanta Computer reaffirms commitment in investing in Taiwan

Tech giant Quanta Computer's founder and chairman Barry Lam (林百里) has expressed anxiety about Taiwan falling behind other countries in the development artificial intelligence and 5G technology.
TAIEX to challenge 10,700 points in 2nd half of 2017

TAIEX to challenge 10,700 points in 2nd half of 2017

The Taiwan Stock Exchange Capitalization Weighted Stock Index (TAIEX) on the main board is expected to challenge the 10,700 point mark in the second half of this year at a time when the economy at home and abroad is on the path to recovery, according to Capital Securities.
A foolproof way to never lose money

A foolproof way to never lose money

"Don't spend more than you have." This is how Shirley Hong, board member and lecturer at the Financial Literacy & Education Association, summed up wealth management at the start of an exclusive sit-down with The China Post.
Stamp exhibition in Tainan revisits 'Republic of Formosa'

Stamp exhibition in Tainan revisits 'Republic of Formosa'

An exhibition featuring historic stamps and artifacts kicked off Friday in Tainan, revisiting the five-month period of "the Republic of Formosa," also known as "the Republic of Taiwan" on the island in 1895.
Taiwan shares end up on electronics sector's upturn

Taiwan shares end up on electronics sector's upturn

Shares in Taiwan closed higher Friday as the electronics sector recouped early losses, helping the broader market return to positive territory with buying especially evident late in the trading session, dealers said.

Stores in New Taipei to stop selling single-use shopping bags

Starting in October, all hypermarkets, supermarkets and convenience stores in New Taipei will stop selling single-use plastic shopping bags to customers, as part of effort to reduce plastic waste, the city's Environmental Protection Department said on Friday.
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