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August, 28, 2016

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Black kite preservation campaign gives leg-up for farmers and enterprises
"Where have all the black kites gone?" -- the simple question, asked by Shen Chen-chung (沈振中), led to his 20-year-long investigation and the recording of the lives and behaviors of black kites, a medium-sized bird of prey, in Taiwan.
Last call for Father's Day
Fresh out of ideas for Father's Day this year? Tired of dining at home and sharing the obligatory tiramisu? How about sampling some great food, a luxury weekend or an exquisite gift? Do whatever you want, but don't worry about cooking! There are plenty of delicious options available around town.
Enjoy 'Absolutely Blooming Afternoon'
Father's Day is not a day to only celebrate traditional dads. It is also a day to celebrate the mums that are also there for their family. If you want to celebrate both, you should take advantage of the "Absolutely Blooming Afternoon Tea" (花漾迪奧精萃香氛下午茶) available at Café Un Deux Trois until Aug. 21.
Indulge in Lawry's prime lifestyle
Lately, with the smothering heat in Taipei, the whole city has been trying its best to stay inside and away from the scorching sun. To make up for the fun missed out in the daytime, Lawry's Prime Rib Taipei (勞瑞斯餐廳) offers meat lovers an assortment of finely grilled and roasted delicacies that perfectly suit this summer season.
Celebrating love in different ways
Couples from different walks of life pose with their wedding photos at an event in Taipei on Sunday, Aug. 7.
Marching band wins award
Members of the Taipei Municipal Chien-Kuo Boys' Senior High School Marching Band pose for a photo in Kuala Lumpur, Sunday, Aug. 7. The marching band won the silver medal in the World Championship for Marching Show Bands 2016. They took home the most medals at the event.
Bear twins
This photo, taken on Thursday, Aug. 4, shows a massive art installation at the Embrace Cultural and Creative Park in Keelung, New Taipei City. The Embrace Cultural and Creative Park has been making headlines recently with art projects using high numbers of windmills. This summer, the "starry bears," made with 50,000 windmills and 2,000 recycled CDs, shows two white bears standing side by side on grass.
Local musicians to perform at Japanese summer music fest
Taiwanese musicians Fire Ex (滅火器), Hush and Elephant Gym (大象體操) have been invited to attend Japan's music festival Summer Sonic and the pre-festival concert "Taiwanderful" at the end of this month.
Ghost gate opening day
Lights are lit at a Keelung temple used to worship local ancestors on Tuesday night, Aug 2.
"The Road to Mandalay," a film by Burmese-Taiwanese director Midi Z, has been selected for competition in the Venice Days, an independent event on the fringes of the Venice International Film Festival.
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