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Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Independent Keelung mayoral candidate Huang Jing-tai (黃景泰) began a hunger strike Monday to protest a court decision to keep him in detention on corruption charges and prevent him from taking part in campaign activities.
Taipei has been ranked 25th in a survey of the best cities for international students, an improvement of three notches from last year's ranking, according to the poll results published by a British higher education institution Monday.
Saturday, November 22, 2014
Taiwan -- Man admits to killing daughter, burying in mountains
A man surnamed Jiang (江) admitted to police yesterday that he personally buried his daughter's dead body even though he previously told police that he abandoned her at a park.
A local charity will hold a road race Saturday to raise awareness and funds for abused women and children.
Friday, November 21, 2014
The Taipei District Prosecutors' Office (TDPO) yesterday said it was seeking the death penalty for stabbing suspect Chang Yen-wen, who allegedly stabbed his ex-girlfriend to death after failing to convince her to remain in their relationship on Sept. 22; prosecutors said that despite the cruel nature of the killing, Chang has not shown any regret for his actions.
Taiwan -- Christmas tree lights up Grand Hyatt Taipei
Grand Hyatt Taipei hosted its annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony yesterday to demonstrate the hotel's festive and caring spirit with many internationally and locally renowned brands and restaurants, according to a Grand Hyatt Taipei press release.
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Taipei Metro on Wednesday released the latest route map designed for cellphones to help users traverse the expanded network that now includes the new semicircular Songshan Line.
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Wednesday, November 19, 2014
The Taipei High Administrative Court ruled in favor of the family of a late employee of the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) accused of spying for China in 1949, offering a certificate proving the innocence of the deceased.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Taiwan -- Landslide in New Taipei buries four cars, no casualties reported
A landslide in New Taipei's Xizhi District buried four cars in a parking lot Monday, but no casualties were reported.
Taiwan -- New line cuts down on MRT crowds: TRTC
The new Taipei Metro Songshan Line (松山線) has successfully diverted crowd flow in the Taipei Metro System over the past three days, as more transit passengers use the new transfer station at Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall (中正紀念堂站), decreasing the crowds at the city's biggest transportation hub, Taipei Main Station (台北車站), by about 40,000 passengers, a representative for the Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation (TRTC) said yesterday.
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