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It's wise to start planning inheritance now against spendthrift kids. Here's how.
New tax rules governing inheritance and annual cash gifts took effect on May 20, replacing the existing 10 percent flat tax rate with a three-level progressive tax. How can you navigate the system to suit your needs?
 
Rockslides on Suhua Highway cause massive traffic jams
Rockslides that caused the Suhua Highway in the east to close down since Sunday have created massive traffic jams on other highways connecting the east coast of Taiwan, as travelers sought out other routes to return home before the end of the four-day Dragon Boat holiday.
 
Malaysian web celebrity holds debut concert
Malaysian web celebrity Lin Min-chen held her first ever concert Sunday, calling the Taipei event "the most nerve-wracking experience" of her life.
 
An Examination Yuan member has described as unconstitutional initial passage of an amendment in the Legislature that would create more posts for political appointees because a consensus on the bill has not yet been reached between the Yuan and the Cabinet.
 
Weather around Taiwan for the next week is expected to be highly unstable, with some turbulent conditions including thunder, strong gusts in addition to heavy downpours, the Central Weather Bureau said Tuesday.
 
A Taipei vigil to commemorate the 28th anniversary of China's Tiananmen Square massacre will draw attention to the case of Taiwanese human rights advocate Lee Ming-che (李明哲), who is being held in China for suspected subversion of state power, organizers of the event said Monday.
 
A human rights group said on Monday that it plans to head a campaign in Europe to seek support for the early release of Taiwanese activist Lee Ming-che (李明哲), who has been detained in China since March 19.
 
Taiwan entrepreneur taps into booming Chinese drone market
Eying China's fast-growing drone industry, Feng Po (馮渤), a Taiwanese industry leader, is seeking opportunities for business cooperation between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait with the aim of helping Taiwanese companies to develop and promote their own unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) businesses.
 
Bamboo raft returns from trip to Japan's Yonaguni Island
A home-made bamboo raft returned to Hualien Fishing Port on Sunday, completing a round trip to Yonaguni Island in Japan in five days.
 
A new policy urging people in Taiwan to flush their used toilet paper will take effect in June, and the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) on Monday urged local governments to put up signs to encourage the practice.
 
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