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On an international memorial day for "comfort women" on Sunday, a Taipei-based women rights group urged Japan to show more remorse to the women who were forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese Imperial Army during World War II.
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Vice President Chen Chien-jen arrived in New York on Saturday for a transit stop on his way to the Dominican Republic, where he will attend that country's presidential inauguration as a special envoy of President Tsai Ing-wen.
 
A tropical storm formed over the western Pacific Ocean early Sunday, but Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau (CWB) said it will likely move toward Japan and has little chance of hitting Taiwan.
 
If Taiwan provided more scholarships and opportunities for part-time work while studying, it would be able to attract many more Vietnamese students, Mandarin teachers from Vietnam suggested at a recent conference.
 
State-run fuel supplier CPC Corp., Taiwan announced Sunday that it will raise gasoline and diesel prices by NT$0.4 (US$0.01) and NT$0.5 per liter, respectively, for the coming week on a rebound by international crude oil prices this past week.
 
Teachers' Day on Sept. 28, 2016 is slated to remain a public holiday despite the central government's plan to cancel it as lawmakers are not going to review the change in time, a local newspaper reported Saturday.
 
Publishing industry — back to the beginning
Modern technology has taken over the information industry, but some readers remain enchanted by the traditional art of printing.
 
Presidential lunch in Miaoli County raises eyebrows
President Tsai Ing-wen raised eyebrows after having a purportedly expensive lunch at a French restaurant on government expense during a visit to Miaoli County on Saturday.
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Coach bus companies will offer extra services during the four-day Mid-Autumn Festival and cut fares for trips over 100 kilometers by an average of 15 percent, according to the Chinese-language United Evening News.
 
Posiflex Technology Inc. (振樺電子), a Taiwan-based Point-of-Sales terminal brand, has agreed to acquire KIOSK Information Systems in the United States, the largest self-services solution provider in North America.
 
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