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June, 29, 2016

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Taipei residents who have pet cats will be required to register them starting in July and obtain a certificate proving they have been vaccinated for rabies, the Taipei City government said Tuesday.
Taipei City will implement a slew of new measures starting July 1, including requiring cat owners to register their pets or face a fine of NT$10,000 (US$309) to NT$50,000, the city government announced Tuesday.
Silks Palace unveils Qing Dynasty feast
Have you ever imagined tasting exclusive Imperial Chinese cuisine that was presented to the Qing emperors centuries ago?
Taiwan marks first anniversary of deadly colored powder explosion
Taiwan Sunday marked the first anniversary of an explosion which killed 15 and injured hundreds at a water park as victims and their relatives demanded justice for those responsible.
A luxurious summer dining experience
La Farfalla and its summer specials are the go-to for a leisurely gathering with friends during the blazing-hot summer
The New Taipei City Government on Sunday temporarily rejected a move by a major funder of the company responsible for the Formosa Fun Coast water park (八仙樂園) dust explosion to withdraw a NT$50 million donation to cover financial costs for the victims of the blast.
Police have apprehended a suspect in connection with the slaying of a 5-year-old girl in New Taipei, Sunday.
Increasing children's safety
The parents of a four year old girl killed by a man in Taipei's Neihu District in March appeared before the Shilin District Court for court's first hearing of the case.
A local photographer is dedicating his first solo exhibition to the hundreds of people injured in a deadly dust explosion at a New Taipei water park last year, through which he hopes will help the public empathize with the burn victims, who are still facing a long road to recovery.
High temps in Taipei set new record for June
The number of days with temperatures of 37 degrees Celsius and over in Taipei in June increased to six Wednesday, setting a new record for June in the 120 years since the Taipei Weather Station was set up in 1896, the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) said that day.
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