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Protesters create awkward moment at the Taipei Universiade
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Taiwan welcomes the world as the 29th Universiade opens
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Universiade organizers have condemned protesters who blocked athletes during the opening ceremony
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Police killed five terrorists who tried to mow down pedestrians in a Spanish town, hours after a similar attack in Barcelona. 在巴賽隆納發生類似事件後,西班牙警察射殺在當地小鎮屠殺路人的五名恐怖份子。

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A military police officer outside the Presidential Office was wounded by a sword-wielding man with a Chinese flag. 身帶中國國旗男子持武士刀砍傷總統府外一名憲兵。

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People in the United States are preparing for the first coast-to-coast solar eclipse in the country in 99 years. 美國全民瘋睽違99年的全國大日蝕。

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The Executive Yuan's 2018 budget proposal includes more funding for Infrastructure projects, anti-drug campaigns and elderly care. 行政院2018預算提案將投入更多公共建設、反毒活動與老人保障項目。

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Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi lead the nominations for the FIFA best men's player for 2017 award. FIFA國際足總後選名單中,C羅梅西排前一二候選2017世界足球先生。

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MOEA seem to be in denial about the severe shortage of electrical power. It really is like a "slow motion car wreck", we can all see it happening from a distance, but nobody is reacting to it.


Gary was commenting on Instead of making pledges about AC, the gov't should be making plans for Taiwan's energy security

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APP Operator Cooperates with the Tourism Industry to Offer Free Calls for South Asian Travelers

APP Operator Cooperates with the Tourism Industry to Offer Free Calls for South Asian Travelers

With the surge in the number of tourists from ASEAN nations, the tourism industries in Taiwan all seize this business opportunity. App operators work with travel platforms, hotels, food and beverage industries and souvenir stores to promote the "talk free and travel smart" program supported by Taoyuan Metro Corporation.
LIVE UPDATES: Power outages hit Taiwan

LIVE UPDATES: Power outages hit Taiwan

The economic affairs minister has resigned as power rationing affects over 6.5 million households.
Ex-President Ma will be questioned as a defendant 'over the Taipei Dome scandal'

Ex-President Ma will be questioned as a defendant 'over the Taipei Dome scandal'

Prosecutors won't say why he's being called in, but reports suggest it's to probe claims he unfairly favored the arena's contractor.
There's been another breakdown at a Hualien power plant

There's been another breakdown at a Hualien power plant

But the government says the failure won't push the energy supply into red alert territory.
The obstacles facing Taiwan's southward pivot

The obstacles facing Taiwan's southward pivot

Taiwan needs to play to its strengths in order to boost links with the countries, the government's top trade negotiator says.
A numbers whiz proved math is useful by showing you how to get cheaper high-speed rail tickets

A numbers whiz proved math is useful by showing you how to get cheaper high-speed rail tickets

Fare play: The method requires buying several tickets per trip. (And don't expect very big savings.)
A notorious wife beater is among two Taipei councilors charged with corruption

A notorious wife beater is among two Taipei councilors charged with corruption

Prosecutors say they used their ill-gotten cash to pay off their credit cards and mortgages.
Taipei is now in its longest hot spell on record

Taipei is now in its longest hot spell on record

The mercury in the capital topped 36 degrees Celsius for the 10th day in a row Monday.
Under the umbrella of Taiwan's Hon Hai, Sharp is on track for recovery

Under the umbrella of Taiwan's Hon Hai, Sharp is on track for recovery

Sharp Corp. marked the first anniversary on Saturday of it being taken over by the firm, also called Foxconn.
Taiwan's 'cultural parks' are nice to visit but they are failing artists badly

Taiwan's 'cultural parks' are nice to visit but they are failing artists badly

And the remedy involves the government doing less, not more.
The 'comfort women' museum wants compensation and an apology from Japan

The 'comfort women' museum wants compensation and an apology from Japan

And it wants visitors to help.
A local securities firm has been hit by a cyberattack

A local securities firm has been hit by a cyberattack

The DDoS attack took down the trading service of Taishin and its subsidiary Monday morning.
MoE launches "Mandarin On-the Go in Taiwan" program

MoE launches "Mandarin On-the Go in Taiwan" program

The Ministry of Education (MOE), Tourism Bureau, and SMEA are launching a project to encourage foreigners to learn in Taiwan. The goal is to provide people from all over the world a chance to learn Mandarin, attracting potential visitors to come, and promote the tourism active.
Is Tsai rethinking nuclear power or not? What you need to know about the controversy

Is Tsai rethinking nuclear power or not? What you need to know about the controversy

A business leader said Tsai was keeping it on the table. Why did the Presidential Office push back? And what is 'it' exactly?
There are a thousand people earning over NT$1 million a month, only 16.8% of them were women

There are a thousand people earning over NT$1 million a month, only 16.8% of them were women

A tally by the Ministry of Finance revealed an obvious glass ceiling for women in executive roles.
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