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The Agency Against Corruption (AAC) said Friday it had busted an electricity theft ring in Taichung that allegedly helped night clubs and restaurants steal NT$100 million worth of power over four years.
 
A couple who lost their three children in a devastating landslide in southern Taiwan six years ago now have six-week old twins and is hoping to have a third child later with the help of advanced in vitro fertilization (IVF) technology.
 
Impounded Lamborghini scrapped by authorities
A NT$10-million (US$315,000) Lamborghini Murcielago sportscar that had been sitting in a police impound lot for the last three years finally got scrapped at a breakers yard in Taichung, central Taiwan Wednesday.
 
Anti-rainbow flag protest
Protesters rally at Taichung City Hall plaza on Tuesday, Dec. 6, urging Taichung Mayor Lin Chia-lung to back away from his decision to fly the rainbow flag for seven days at Taichung local governmental buildings starting Dec. 10 to show support for LGBT people. .
 
In cold blood
This picture shows a big lizard spotted on the rain shelter of a house in downtown Taichung.
 
Thunder Tigers roar again
President Tsai Ing-wen, foreground, applauds during a performance by the Air Force's Thunder Tiger Aerobatics Team in Taichung, Saturday.
 
lin Liu--Hundreds gathered in front of the Taichung City Government building Tuesday to protest a hike in land-value tax.
 
The fanciest friend
Bao-Bao the squirrel models a costume hand-sewn by her owner, Chen Yi-hsia, on Monday, Nov. 7. Chen, who also owns a male squirrel, Kiki, makes them tiny costumes from her old clothes. She adopted Kiki after he fell from a tree in a local park and was picked up by a friend.
 
'Taichung residents refuse to be ATMs'
Taichung City councilors and locals protest higher taxes outside the Taichung City Government building on Thursday, Nov. 4. A hike to Taichung's land value tax in November has lifted payments by 38 percent on average.
 
The location of a computer in the home is closely related to whether a student develops Internet addiction, according to the results of a survey by a research team at Asia University in Taichung.
 
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