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Saturday, November 22, 2014
The Legislative Yuan passed a law amendment Friday to triple the fines for discrimination in the workplace on the basis of gender or sexual orientation.
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Food and Drug Administration (FDA, 衛生福利部食品藥物管理署) official Yeh Meng-yi (葉孟宜) said that the FDA will ban the use of the additive coal tar in cosmetics starting from Jan. 1, 2015, noting that using products containing coal tar for a long period of time might cause cancer.
Mainland China's ongoing military modernization has continued to shift Taiwan-China military balance in Beijing's favor despite warming cross-strait relations, a U.S. congressional commission report said Thursday.
Taiwan -- Man admits to killing daughter, burying in mountains
A man surnamed Jiang (江) admitted to police yesterday that he personally buried his daughter's dead body even though he previously told police that he abandoned her at a park.
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The current mild in Taiwan is likely to last until next Tuesday as the seasonal winds weaken and moisture decreases, the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) said Friday.
Taiwan has been ranked 27th in the IMD World Talent Ranking, released Thursday for the first time with the aim of assessing the ability of countries to develop and attract talent to sustain the talent pool available for enterprises.
V Air, a low-cost subsidiary of Taiwan's TransAsia Airways, said Friday that it will launch services Dec. 17 with an inaugural flight to Bangkok.
The National Taichung Theater will officially open Nov. 23, when Taiwanese opera company Ming Hwa Yuan will give a charity performance as part of the opening celebration, the Taichung city government said Friday.
The son of a Taiwanese fisherman who was killed by members of the Philippine coast guard in overlapping exclusive economic zones (EEZs) last year yesterday flew to the country in preparation for a court proceeding to be held next week.
The loyalty of workers in Taiwan toward their employers has shown signs of weakening, as many of them are unsatisfied with pay and benefits, according to the results of a survey.
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