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March 28, 2017

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Former President Ma found not guilty in wiretapping case
Former President Ma Ying-jeou has been found not guilty of leaking confidential information or defamation by the Taipei District Court on Tuesday.
 
Schools won't be on the hook for adjunct professors pension payments
The Ministry of Education pulled a U-turn Monday, retracting a previously announced policy that would have included all nontenured professors under the umbrella of the Labor Standards Act.
 
Rising KMT star Chiang Wan-an says party in bad need of reform
With a UPenn education, experience practicing law in Silicon Valley while working with both startups and tech giants, plus good looks and youth, 38-year-old freshman legislator Chiang Wan-an (蔣萬安) seems to be the complete package. That's without even mentioning his family background.
 
Infrastructure plan has no partisan considerations: president
President Tsai Ing-wen made her first public remarks on a new government infrastructure plan on Tuesday, saying it was foundational to the island's economic development for the next 20 years and that it was not a partisan issue
 
Chinese warplane deployment in South China Sea imminent: US think tank
Mainland China appears to have completed construction of military infrastructure on its island building operations in the South China Sea, a move that would allow it to deploy combat planes and other equipment at any time, according to a U.S. think tank Monday.
 
Headlines from across Taiwan
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Tuesday March 28, 2017.
 
Tsai inspects Linkou power plant
President Tsai Ing-wen led inspections of Linkou Power Plant Monday as Taiwan Power Company prepared to see whether two new units at the facility were ready to handle the heavy summer load.
 
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) arrived in Thailand Tuesday on a visit to promote tourism, during which he is scheduled to host an event to introduce attractions in Taiwan's capital and promote the 2017 Universiade that will be held in Taipei in August.
 
Taipei to conduct drills ahead of Universiade
In preparation of the upcoming 29th Summer Universiade (臺北世界大學運動會), several branches of Taipei and the nation's security and medical forces will conduct a public disaster and anti-terrorism response drill on Thursday.
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Taiwan to get S. Korean game 'Lineage M' by end of this year
Taiwan-based gaming and digital entertainment company Gamania has become the sole distributor of South Korean online game giant NCSoft's "Lineage M" -- a mobile adaptation of its hit PC game "Lineage" -- for Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau.
 
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