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S. Korea's Park says 'sorry' as she's to undergo questioning
South Korea's just-ousted president said she was "sorry" to the people as she arrived Tuesday at a prosecutors' office for questioning over a corruption scandal that led to her removal from office.
 
Headlines from across Taiwan
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Tuesday March 21, 2017.
 
Colder temps and rain for Taiwan Tuesday
The arrival of a new cold front is bringing lower temperatures and some rain throughout Taiwan on Tuesday, according to the Central Weather Bureau.
 
Hakka Affairs Council Minister Lee Yong-te (李永得) on Monday denied he had abused his power in dealing with a surprise ID inspection by the police, saying that he had only tried to reason with the officers as any member of the public would do.
 
The Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) on Monday revoked the business license of Iris Travel Service Co. (蝶戀花旅行社), the travel agency that organized the one-day trip that killed 33 last month.
 
Taiwan has been ranked as the world's 33rd happiest country in a report that calls on nations to build social trust and equality as the optimal way to improve wellbeing.
 
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) legislator Huang Kuo-shu (黃國書) on Monday revealed that travel agencies have been illegally applying for government subsidies, once again bringing into focus the need for reform in the domestic travel industry.
 
Navy ship bumps recreational fishing boat
Anglers on a weekend fishing trip off the coast of Keelung caught more than they bargained for Saturday, when they were rammed by one of the Navy's 171-ton Kuang Hua VI-class missile ships.
 
First meet for 'toothless' Aboriginal unit
The first meeting of a government commission tasked with pursuing transitional justice for the island's Aborigines is scheduled for today, but some activists are protesting, saying the body won't bring any meaningful change.
 
TSMC still considering plans for 3nm chip production
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC, 台積電), the world's largest contract chip maker, said Monday that its plan to invest in an advanced 3 nanometer process remained under consideration.
 
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