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Japan top Lunar New Year travel destination among Taiwanese: agency
Japan has emerged as the most popular choice for people in Taiwan who plan to travel during the Lunar New Year holiday later this month, a travel agency in Taipei said Monday.
Food contamination blamed for diarrhea outbreak at 4 Taipei schools
Bacterial contamination of boxed lunches was the cause of a diarrhea outbreak that occurred earlier this month among nearly 500 students at four schools in Taipei, a health official said Monday.
Civil servants advocacy group seeks to rally 30,000 at pension conference
Civil servants, including public school teachers and members of the armed forces, planned on Monday to surround the site of a national affairs conference on pension reform to be held in Taipei this weekend with 30,000 protesters.
Chan to decide on KMT leadership run before Lunar New Year
Former Kuomintang (KMT) Vice Chairman Steve Chan revealed during a radio interview Monday morning that he would finalize his decision on whether or not to seek the party's leadership before the Lunar New Year.
Defense Ministry's gay-themed TV episode removed from YouTube
YouTube has pulled an episode of the Defense Ministry's TV show that features a soldier broken up with by his same-sex partner.
First snowfall of season greets Yushan
The first snow of the season has fallen on Taiwan's highest mountain range Yushan early Monday morning, according to the Central Weather Bureau (CWB).
Headlines from across Taiwan
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Monday January 16, 2017.
Days before the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) is due to make its 2016 export order announcement on Jan. 20, officials are already predicting an overall decrease in the number and value of export orders for 2016.
Tsai sees textiles at core of trade
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) believes textiles should be at the heart of Taiwan's thinking in developing new global trade arrangements and strategies, the Presidential Office said in a statement Sunday.
Authorities crack down on economic crime
Nearly 7,000 economic crime cases were solved in the first 11 months of 2016, and about 70 percent of them involved the infringement of intellectual property rights, according to the latest Ministry of the Interior statistics released on Saturday.
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