Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Taipei City Mayor Ko Wen-je appeared for the first time in the capacity of defendant at the Taipei District Prosecutors Office yesterday regarding the MG149 bank account, which he has been accused of using for the purposes of money laundering during his 2014 mayoral campaign. Kuomintang Legislator Lo Shu-lei (羅淑蕾), Ko's accuser, also appeared yesterday.
The Taipei City Government yesterday unveiled standard operating procedures (SOP) to prepare for and respond to floods and storms.
Monday, July 27, 2015
Suryati of Indonesia beat eight other contestants to win the Mandarin and Hokkienese song title in New Taipei City's Foreign Labor Super Star Singing Competition Sunday.
A private zoo in Tainan's Madou District in southern Taiwan is set to be closed for good in January next year, with the owner complaining that the newly revised Animal Protection Act will make his business too challenging to run., 1 Comment
Nanhua University (南華大學) recently launched its 2015 summer camps, reprising popular classes such as mindfulness healing and writing training.
Sunday, July 26, 2015
Standing firmly on his prosthetic right foot, Hsu Yen-hsiang recounts the moment when he woke after he was injured in the August 1, 2014 gas explosion in Kaohsiung and says he hopes his story can bring hope and comfort to the victims of a recent flash fire at a New Taipei water park.
Saturday, July 25, 2015
A 17-year-old boy was arrested on homicide charges Friday after allegedly killing his younger brother accidentally by punching him too hard in the abdomen in a fight over an iPhone, police in Taoyuan said Friday., 1 Comment
Thursday, July 23, 2015
A Chinese drone user, surnamed Yang, was interrogated by Xinyi police yesterday afternoon, with officers wanting to look at the tourist's mobile devices., 1 Comment
Kaohsiung City has taken the precaution of increasing police patrols at its rapid transit stations in the wake of a knife attack at a Taipei metro station Monday, in which four people were injured, according to Kaohsiung City Police Department.
Kaohsiung began a week-long test of the country's first light rail system on Tuesday with an eye toward holding a passenger trial run in the second half of August, the southern Taiwan city's Mass Rapid Transit Bureau said.