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Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Exactly one month after a devastating dust explosion killed nine people and left hundreds of others in critical condition, Taiwanese people are continuing to donate money to the victims of the blast and their families.
The Taipei City Government yesterday marked the rollout of 120 taxis equipped with child safety seats.
Monday, July 27, 2015
Ex-Taipei mayor Hau celebrates Keelung KMT primary win
Former Taipei Mayor Hau Lung-bin (郝龍斌) topped a Kuomintang (KMT) primary election poll for the Keelung legislative seat, traditionally a KMT stronghold, making him the party's likely candidate, pending approval from a party committee expected July 29.
Initial test results showed that the South Korean boy who was quarantined at a hospital earlier in the day for developing a fever has not been infected with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), Tainan City Government said Sunday afternoon.
A Japanese man, who sampled Taiwan's light roast coffee with a flavor of lemon black tea, pineapple and oolong tea during a visit to the mountainous Alishan region six years ago, has moved to Taiwan and has been promoting the "Alisan Coffee" brand for some three years now.
CPC Corp., Taiwan (CPC, 台灣中油) said on Sunday it would cut domestic gasoline prices by NT$0.2 per liter and diesel prices by NT$0.3 per liter, starting Monday.
Shaved ice is a favorite during hot, sweaty summers -- a claim backed up by a survey that showed 73 percent of people enjoy shaved ice. Yet, according to research, 67 percent of people report experiencing tooth pain while eating or drinking cold foods and beverages, and another 60 percent of adults have sensitive teeth.
A team of nine students from National Taiwan University of Science and Technology won first prize and a cash award of US$10,000 at the IEEE 2015 International Future Energy Challenge (IFEC), the university announced yesterday.
Sunday, July 26, 2015
Opposition leader Tsai Ing-wen yesterday urged the Ministry of Education to drop charges against students and reporters arrested for storming its headquarters during a protest.
50 Lan outlets inspected over tainted honey
Health authorities in Tainan yesterday inspected outlets of 50 Lan following reports that the honey the tea beverage chain used contained a banned antibiotic.
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