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Saturday, April 7, 2012
Taiwan -- Explosion rocks CPC plant in Kaohsiung
A major explosion at a CPC Corp., Taiwan plant in Kaohsiung has caused local residents to worry about their safety and disrupted the local petrochemical supply chain.
Friday, April 6, 2012
After the rise of fuel prices on April 2, the number of passengers riding the Kaohsiung Rapid Transit system has jumped to over 10,000 more than the figure for the same period of March. The Kaohsiung bus service also saw an increase of 5,000 passengers per day over the past few days.
Saturday, March 24, 2012
Taiwan -- Greenpeace ship docks in Kaohsiung to promote local marine protection
The Esperanza, one of the flagships of the Greenpeace environmental protection group, arrived in Kaohsiung Harbor in southern Taiwan on Friday on a mission to promote marine conservation.
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Taiwan -- One-legged spoonbill visits for 9th time
A Taiwan bird watcher spotted Tuesday a one legged black-faced spoonbill, dubbed “Life Fighter,” at Tainan County's Tsengwen River estuary for the ninth consecutive year.
Saturday, February 18, 2012
Prosecutors in Kaohsiung yesterday sought to void the election of two legislators in the Jan. 14 elections and indicted nine others in two separate alleged vote-buying cases.
Thursday, February 9, 2012
The auction of portions of the 85 Building in Kaohsiung City and a land parcel in the region again ended in failure yesterday, as the sole bidder made offers that were lower than the properties' base prices.
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
The Kaohsiung City Government sent a newly drafted bill to the city council yesterday for approval, increasing the fine for people who feed a protected species of monkey.
Sunday, February 5, 2012
Fresh Chinese dates are being promoted at an agricultural fair that was held in Kaohsiung City on Saturday to help boost sales of the fruit.
A yacht industry park that is the flagship component of the Southern Star Project in Kaohsiung City is awaiting approval by the relevant authorities, an official of the city government said Saturday.
Monday, January 30, 2012
A Navy soldier on duty in Kaohsiung fell into the ocean and drowned yesterday, astonishing his family and the Navy, which immediately began an investigation into the death.
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