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A Taiwanese couple in the southern city of Kaohsiung had tested negative for the mosquito-borne Zika virus during an initial examination, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said Saturday, adding that a further test is needed to confirm whether they are infected.
Charity foundation Everrich and Yungray hold fair to honor outstanding students
Hundreds of people spent a pleasant day in Taoyuan Saturday eating and playing at a fair where they also witnessed a ceremony to honor outstanding students from schools in the city.
 > Taoyuan
Transportation officials are preparing to work with police in the country's six municipalities in June to step up their crackdown on Uber, a ride-sharing service provider that has become popular in Taiwan although it remains illegal.
China Airlines (CAL), Taiwan's largest airline company, will seek third-party arbitration on the disputes between the company and its flight attendants over a new working contract, after failing to reach a consensus on how to settle the disputes at a mediation meeting held on Friday.
WHA's in a name?
Premier Lin Chuan, right, speaks to the press Saturday, May 28, about Taiwan's recent participation in the World Health Assembly (WHA). Lin lauded Health Minister Lin Tzou-yien for leading the Taiwan delegation to what he called a successful mission to the WHA.
Several brokerages have issued a buy rating on shares of Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Inc. (ASE, 日月光) after the world's largest integrated circuit packaging and testing firm reached a deal to form a holding company with a smaller rival.
Rental prices for Grade A offices in Taipei were the 16th highest among major cities in the Asia-Pacific region, property market consulting firm REPro Knight Frank said Saturday.
China Steel Corp. (中鋼), the largest steel maker in Taiwan, has raised its wholesale prices for July-August deliveries by more than 10 percent after a similar hike for June contracts in reflection of an uptrend in international steel product prices.
Raring to go
A girl from an unspecified country is all smiles in this photo provided Saturday, May 28 by National Tsing Hua University, which was calling attention to its volunteers' upcoming overseas services this summer.
 > Taipei
Taiwan is promoting itself as the top choice for foreign nationals to learn Mandarin Chinese through a new initiative that arranges for foreign students to take part in cultural activities while learning the language in the country.
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