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"Scholars" of classical subjects took part in the fourth annual Tainan Reading Classic Examination on Sunday in the city seen as Taiwan's traditional cultural capital.
2 new well-known brands implicated in oil scandal
Two food manufacturers -- Homefood (禾家香食品) and Hua-ying Food (華盈食品有限公司) -- in Changhua were found yesterday to have misused tainted oil from Bei-hai Oil (北海油脂) while producing frozen scallion pancakes for several brands including 7-Eleven convenience stores, RT-mart (大潤發), a-mart (愛買), Chen Hsiang Food (禎祥食品), Laurel Corp. (桂冠實業) and more.
The 2014 Tainan Gourmet Feast has begun, featuring a variety of activities lasting until almost the end of the year.
The Southwest Coast National Scenic Area Administration of the Tourism Bureau held a press conference on Thursday to promote the nation's upcoming first road running event in the salt fields of Tainan's Beimen (北門) District.
A marathon will be held in Tainan next month along a route that will allow the competitors to see the coastal landscapes and nature sites of the southern city, the organizers said Thursday.
National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) announced that the School of Pharmacy approved by the Ministry of Education (MOE) is ready to welcome its first class of students this new semester starting from September, according to a press release made yesterday.
Six food banks in Taiwan launched an alliance in Taipei on Thursday to share their resources and logistics more effectively and to push for legislation that encourages donations to food banks.
The Tainan District Prosecutors Office prosecuted another 79 people yesterday over the sale of water-injected meat to the military following legal action taken against 14 offenders in June.
Kuomintang (KMT) Tainan chapter chief Hsieh Lung-chieh (謝龍介) yesterday urged Tainan Mayor William Lai (賴清德) to explain his apparent about-face over the ban on U.S. pork.
The Water Resources Agency (WRA) yesterday said that in three days it will repair the damaged floodway in Tainan to a degree that will allow water to run through it, noting that it has also asked a professional civil engineering association to investigate the cause of the collapse.
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