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Sunday, August 2, 2015
A Taiwan-based bakery chain store whose sandwiches are popular with Hong Kong tourists yesterday denied any responsibility in a food poisoning case that affected more than a dozen people in the city.
'Failure' symposium offers tips for success
The annual X Fail symposium held by the National Applied Research Laboratories (國研院) invited a panel of speakers to share their failure experiences, shedding light on how to make it on the entrepreneurship journey.
Two microphones used by late Republic of China President Chiang Kai-shek for two significant wartime broadcasts will go on display together in Taiwan for the first time beginning Aug. 3.
Due to rapid growth in interracial marriages between Taiwanese men and Indonesian women, Taiwan's representative office here is offering a weekly class to help would-be Indonesian spouses better adapt to their new life in Taiwan.
Taiwan's Navy is planning to upgrade its fleet of S-70C anti-submarine helicopters in an effort to maintain the country's self-defense capabilities, a military source confirmed Saturday.
The Health Promotion Administration (HPA) on Friday urged people diagnosed with cancer in Taiwan to get treatment immediately, warning that putting it off for even three months could increase the disease's mortality rate dramatically.
The monthly journal CNA Newsworld published by the Taipei-based Central News Agency (CNA), was selected by the Ministry of Culture Friday as a "good magazine" for elementary and middle school students.
Taiwanese students have come away with 31 medals in the 2015 International Mathematics Competition (IMC) in China, which has been going on in Changchun, Jilin Province since July 27.
The Central News Agency (CNA), Taiwan's national news agency, was one of the five news websites that drew the most visits by university and college students around the country, according to a Shih Hsin University survey released Friday.
Saturday, August 1, 2015
Curriculum debate may see extra legislative hearing
Legislative Speaker Wang Jin-pyng (王金平) announced yesterday that a meeting may be held to discuss an extra legislative session to debate the controversial high school curriculum guidelines, after talks between Education Minister Wu Se-hwa (吳思華) and student protesters fell through.
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