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A Vietnamese woman has been taken into custody for abandoning her recently born baby girl at a temple in Taichung last week, local police said Wednesday.
The Taichung police yesterday arrested a man accused of sexually assaulting an Indonesian caregiver working in his home.
Opening of the gate
Teachers, students and parents prepare to watch a dragon dance celebrating the completion of a new school gate in Central Taiwan, Monday, Aug. 29. National Taichung Senior High School's new gate was unveiled yesterday.
As it warms up for the grand Taichung World Flora Exposition 2018, the Taichung City Government presents Taichung Arts Festival 2016, which will showcase hundreds of performances from local and overseas artists.
Nearly there
A view of Chienku North Road in Taichung City on Monday, Aug. 15. Fencing along the metro system construction site has been taken down and cleared away according to schedule.
Cold noodles sold at convenience store Hi-Life were found to contain excess levels of coliform bacteria in a recent inspection carried out by Chiayi County Health Bureau (CCHB), which was transferred to Taichung City Health Bureau for further investigation, according to reports Thursday.
Lunch as usual
This undated photo from Taichung's education department shows a convenience store employee serving two students during lunch time. The city government is running a meal ticket program for underprivileged students allowing them to have lunch as usual during the summer break. With the tickets, the students can receive meals from convenience stores and supermarkets taking part in the program, the department said.
Firms in Taichung have set their sights on the broad Muslim markets in the world by gearing up to get "halal certifications" in an attempt to seize on the tremendous business opportunities arising from a 1.6 billion worldwide Muslim population...
Taking the mall by storm
Consumers gather outside the entrance of the Fengyuan branch of Pacific Department Store in central Taichung City well before doors opened at 2 p.m., Friday, July 8. Many shoppers were eager to make use of the extra typhoon holiday. The city reported little wind or rain despite Typhoon Nepartak ravaging parts of Eastern and Southern Taiwan.
An apartment in Taichung City caught fire Wednesday, causing five injuries, according to firefighters. The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
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