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Mongolian yurt library opens in Taipei
Taiwan's first library taking the form of a Mongolian yurt was inaugurated on Saturday on the 11th floor of the National Immigration Agency (NIA) building in Taipei, allowing second-generation Mongolian children to enjoy the experience of reading Mongolian books in a yurt.
 
Military experts said Friday U.S.-made F-35B fighters would be ideal for Taiwan's defense needs, but warned that a mixture of political and financial factors made the purchase of the jets unlikely.
 
Health authorities have put the brakes on lifting a ban on the use of fluopyram on tea plants, submitting to safety concerns from the public about the fungicide.
 
Rain and colder weather for north, northeast
The latest cold front is delivering lower temperatures and rain across Northern and Northeastern Taiwan, according to the Central Weather Bureau on Saturday.
 
Justice Minister under fire as top court hears gay marriage case
Justice Minister Chiu Tai-san (邱太三) drew the ire of LGBTQ activists Friday, after he described same-sex relationships as a "newly invented phenomenon" during a landmark Constitutional Court hearing on barriers to marriage equality.
 
Probe hints at mechanical fault
Police investigating the death of a teenager who fell out a moving bus in New Taipei Thursday have hinted at a defective door causing the accident, but stopped short of making a conclusion, a local newspaper reported Friday.
 
Headlines from across Taiwan
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Saturday March 25, 2017.
 
Food review: This charming and discreet patisserie in Taipei is reinventing French classics
"Le Bleu Ballon: A Somewhat French-style Patisserie," reads the small sign in front of the shop, signaling a "deviance" from classic French offerings -- that something playful and unconventional is in store.
 
3-day fair to celebrate Taiwan's forests
The Executive Yuan's Forestry Bureau kicked off its "Forest Market" at the Central Culture Park on Friday to promote a better public understanding of the resources and services provided by the forest ecosystem.
 
Word on the Street: How do you like the double-decker tour bus?
We accosted folks at Huashan Cultural Park to get their thoughts on Taipei streets' latest attraction.
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