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Thursday, March 19, 2015
Taiwan -- Protesters surround Legislative Yuan
Civil organizations demonstrated around the Legislative Yuan on the one-year anniversary of the Sunflower Movement as political leaders assessed the movement's impact, yesterday.
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A group of top business leaders said yesterday that improvement in Taiwan's political climate following last year's student Sunflower Movement has been too slow.
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) described the Sunflower Student Movement on Wednesday as the most important event in Taiwan last year that improved the civic consciousness of the Taiwanese people.
Taiwan -- Government opens door to individual mainland travelers from 11 more cities
Taiwan announced on Wednesday that it plans to allow residents from a further 11 Chinese cities to visit the country without having to join tour groups.
Taiwan could face tighter water rationing as early as mid-April if the drought continues, reported the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA, 經濟部) yesterday.
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Taiwan -- Taiwan, US combat spread of Ebola with training course
A training course jointly launched by Taiwan and the U.S. to teach medical personnel in the Asia- Pacific region how to combat the Ebola virus yesterday kicked off in the southern city of Tainan.
The R.O.C. armed forces have no plans to purchase submarines from Russia, the Ministry of National Defense (MND) said yesterday.
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The Buddhist Compassion Relief Tzu Chi Foundation (慈濟基金會) has sparked fresh controversy over accepting monetary subsidies from Tainan' city government for rental payments for land that was used to set up a school in the southern city's Anping District.
Taiwan secured a berth in the second round of the Asian qualifiers for the World Cup after it defeated Brunei 2-0 in their second encounter of the qualifiers Tuesday.
A decision by the Central Election Commission (CEC) to hold two the presidential and legislative elections on Jan. 16, 2016 drew protests Tuesday from student unions of Taiwanese universities.
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