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Stop politicizing ractopamine: AIT head
The top U.S. envoy to Taiwan has called for the pork import issue to be depoliticized, reiterating Washington's long-standing call for the government to adopt global standards on meat containing the leanness enhancer ractopamine.
Despite bus operators' protest, Taichung City Government yesterday reiterated its stance that 10 kilometers of free bus service will stay available to its citizens.
The Taichung City Government has rolled out a project to diversify land-use and revitalize idle government-owned lands used for traditional market stalls, the Central News Agency reported on Tuesday.
Australia's University of Newcastle, which is in Taiwan to expand cooperation with local universities, signed a memorandum of understanding Tuesday with the Taichung-based China Medical University in hopes of learning from its experiences in closing the gap between industry and academia.
Joining 'Mazu frenzy' turned out to be fun, educational journey: foreign students
Foreign students who are learning Mandarin Chinese in Taiwan found the annual Dajia Mazu pilgrimage to be a special and helpful experience as they joined the ranks of hundreds of thousands of local pilgrims earlier this month.
The Water Resources Agency (WRA) and the Taichung government will jointly hold a fun fair in the central city to promote water conservation on Earth Day on April 23.
More than 100 foreign students took part in the annual Dajia Matsu pilgrimage in Taichung on Saturday, alongside hundreds of thousands of local pilgrims.
The Taichung Fire Bureau has launched a new service in which city residents can have firemen check to see if gas water heaters are properly installed to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.
Tsai aims for 'smart' machinery Taichung capital
President-elect Tsai Ing-wen said Thursday that her administration will strive towards developing a "smart" machinery industry cluster in the greater Taichung area in Central Taiwan by accelerating the upgrade of the industry.
Tiles peeling off the walls of old buildings in Taichung, caused by the Feb. 6 Kaohsiung Meinong Earthquake, will likely be resolved within three months, the Urban Development Bureau Taichung City Government (UDBTCG, 台中市都發局) stated.
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