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June, 28, 2016

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Song Joong-ki wows fans with rendition of 'Our Times'
South Korean heartthrob Song Joong-ki, the star of the mega-hit TV drama "Descendants of the Sun," wowed fans in Taiwan as he showed up on the stage wearing roller skates and sang the theme song of Taiwanese romance film "Our Times" at a fan meeting in Taipei Saturday.
 
Kaohsiung tram line extended by 4 stops
The Kaohsiung light rail trial run expanded to an additional four stations Sunday, though crowds waiting to board the trains were not as large as the initial trials last October.
 
China Airlines (CAL, 華航) announced a compensation package Sunday for travelers affected by a strike led by CAL flight attendants last week.
 
The New Taipei City Government on Sunday temporarily rejected a move by a major funder of the company responsible for the Formosa Fun Coast water park (八仙樂園) dust explosion to withdraw a NT$50 million donation to cover financial costs for the victims of the blast.
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State-owned Taiwan Power Co. (Taipower) said Sunday that it is preparing for its most challenging week ahead in providing power supplies, calling for efforts by the public to help reduce electricity use.
 
In a sign of economic improvement, monitoring indicators for the nation's manufacturing, service and housing sectors rose across the board in May, according to a report compiled by the Taiwan Institute of Economic Research (TIER, 台經院).
 
Police have apprehended a suspect in connection with the slaying of a 5-year-old girl in New Taipei, Sunday.
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Former Vice President Wu Den-yih (吳敦義) said on Saturday that he would "listen more to voices of the public before determining whether to participate in the KMT chairmanship election" in 2017.
 
Furry princes
Taiwanese actors, Gu Bin (古斌), center right, and Hsueh Shih-ling (薛仕凌), center left, and dozens of huskies pose in this photo taken at a promotional event for a new local television drama "Prince of Wolf" in Taipei on Sunday, June 26.
 
Furry princes
Taiwanese actors, Gu Bin (古斌), center right, and Hsueh Shih-ling (薛仕凌), center left, and dozens of huskies pose in this photo taken at a promotional event for a new local television drama "Prince of Wolf" in Taipei on Sunday, June 26.
 
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