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Wednesday, October 15, 2014
A mini tourist bus carrying nine Mainland Chinese tourists was involved in a car accident yesterday evening, causing several injuries to the passengers, with one tourist said to have fallen down into the valley.
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Scholars said Tuesday that advanced satellite altimeters can help unveil the secrets of the seafloor.
President Ma Ying-jeou yesterday called upon the Taiwanese people to refrain from “discriminating” against Chinese students studying in Taiwan by denying them National Health Insurance (NHI).
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Tuesday, October 14, 2014
A food safety office will be established in the near future as part of President Ma Ying-jeou's most recent bid to combat the tainted food scares that have shaken the nation over the past few months.
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Taiwan -- Ma announces new food safety office
Taiwan -- Uni-President courts media in cooking oil scare
Food processor Uni-President Enterprises Corp. (統一企業) opened the doors of its animal feed factory and edible oil tanks in Tainan to the media on Monday to protect its image after it was implicated in a cooking oil scare that is gripping the country.
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The Taipei District Prosecutors Office recently inspected Ting Hsin International Group (頂新國際集團) and collected evidence pertaining to the latest oil scandal, saying yesterday that they will soon present an indictment against former Ting Hsin CEO Wei Ying-chung (魏應充) for fraud and other crimes.
Taiwan -- Consumers boycott Ting Hsin products after latest oil scandal
With Ting Hsin International Group (頂新國際集團) implicated in the latest oil scandal, 22 local governments along with citizens have started to act in resistance to Ting Hsin's products, including their famous brand Wei Chuan (味全).
The Supreme Court on Monday upheld a five-year prison sentence imposed by a lower court on a former military intelligence officer who was found guilty of spying for China.
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Taiwan will not raise its Ebola control level at the moment, the national Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said yesterday, after the United States reported its first domestic infection of Ebola.
TransAsia Airways, one of Taiwan's smaller carriers, announced changes to its flight schedule on Monday, citing potential danger as a result of Tropical Storm Vongfong, which is expected to hit Japan's main islands later in the day.
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