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Headlines from across Taiwan
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Thursday, February 23, 2017.
Chilly 228 ahead as rain lashes the nation
Seasonal northeasterly winds and the continental air mass will increase in strength today, as the Central Weather Bureau forecasts drizzly and colder temperatures for Northern Taiwan and the northeast coast.
Dutch firms shows off 'smart city' solutions at expo running until 24th
Ten innovative companies from the Netherlands are hosting smart city solutions inside an orange DAF truck at the 2017 Smart City Expo, Nangang Exhibition Hall, from Feb. 21 to 24.
Amid rising labor costs incurred by the new five-day workweek law, Long-distance bus companies have agreed to delay their fare increases until the upcoming four-day holiday period is over, transport authorities said Wednesday
Vexatious litigations -- abusive, frivolous and exaggerated lawsuits -- should be legally classed as a form of domestic violence, a group of rights activists and lawmakers urged Wednesday.
In a wide-ranging radio interview Wednesday, Kuomintang leadership candidate Wu Den-yih said his party's "integrity" prevented it from "cultivating politicians" in the same way as the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).
Death of architecture
The original, Far Eastern Architectural Design Award-winning SinChen Preschool is seen in 2010. Architect Lin Chi-chin (林祺錦) designed the three-story structure in the style of traditional Japanese wooden architecture.
High flyers?
Taichung Prosecutors arrives at the Ching Chuan Kang Air Base to investigate potential drug abuse within the air force base. Speculation of drug abuse came after 27 bags of suspicious white powder were found within the base. Over 1250 on-base personnel were tested for drugs, with further investigation underway.
MOFA Hosts Spring Banquet
President Tsai Ing-wen addresses foreign diplomats and representatives during the Ministry of Foreign Affair's Spring Banquet.
The Directorate General of Highways (DGH) is still collecting evidence to fine UberEATS, an on-demand meal delivery service run by the embattled ride-hailing company Uber Taiwan, officials said on Wednesday.
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