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Jobless man charged after breaking into Presidential Office with knife: police
A man who attempted to break into the Presidential Office with a fruit knife Sunday has been taken to prosecutors on charges of theft and violation of the Social Order Maintenance Act after police questioning.
Down-to-earth methods but 'heavenly' tastes
Founded in 2009 by Hong Kong chef Mai Kwai-pui (麥桂培), Tim Ho Wan (添好運) immediately wowed the world, quickly rising to fame and even winning a Michelin star.
A bite of Penghu for the summer
Fresh and authentic seafood can whisk you away to Penghu in a blink of eye. That is the goal of Chiu Yuet Fong (潮粵坊) Cantonese restaurant, which will unveil a range of seafood dishes at the Grand Mayfull Taipei (台北美福大飯店) from June 1 to July 31.
Savoring 'simplicity' at   the Taiwan Culinary Exhibition
With its return after two years of absence an enormous hit last year -- attracting over 146,000 people during the 4-day show -- the 25th Taiwan Culinary Exhibition (TCE, 臺灣美食展) will unfold from Aug. 5-8 at Taipei World Trade Exhibition Center Hall 1.
The Asia News Network (ANN), a media alliance of 21 separate leading English-daily newspapers on the continent (including Taiwan's China Post), is holding its annual board meeting in Beijing, which includes a meeting with mainland China executive chief Li Keqiang on Tuesday.
With its delegation attending the annual meeting of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) has witnessed its global visibility rise accordingly.
Around 100 schools in Taipei City waste more than 2,040 tons of food each year, an amount equivalent to 340 million bento boxes or nearly NT$18 billion worth of food, according to the latest statistics revealed by the Taipei City Meal Boxes Association (北市餐盒食品公會).
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Minister of Education Pan Wen-chung (潘文忠) is set to give a report during a legislative session May 30 on the ministry's plan to establish a mechanism to promote reciprocal exchanges between higher education institutions in Taiwan and their counterparts in Southeast Asia.
Fifteen international startup teams are set to exhibit their products at Computex Taipei 2016 as part of an effort to facilitate exchanges between international startups and local companies.
Premier Lin Chuan (林全) said Saturday that although the government's plan to establish an "Asian Silicon Valley" in Taoyuan requires patience, the project is expected to be the catalyst for the transformation of Taiwan's future.
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