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Taipei 101 fireworks show gets go ahead
The Taipei 101 skyscraper has raised the funds needed to hold its renowned annual fireworks show, Minister of Finance Sheu Yu-jer said Monday.
 
100 donate hair to cancer patients
Around 100 students and teachers from Mackay Junior College of Medicine, Nursing, and Management on Saturday joined a hair donation campaign for cancer patients, getting their long hair cut to be made into wigs, Central News Agency reported.
 
Massive inferno rages in Luzhou  after fire breaks out at factory site
A massive fire has broken out at an industrial complex in New Taipei City's Luzhou District.
 
Grand Hyatt Taipei lights up 'loving and caring' Christmas tree
Grand Hyatt Taipei hosted its annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony on Thursday, Dec. 1, to demonstrating the hotel's festive and caring spirit.
 
Mandarin Oriental lights up Christmas with 20-meter tree
Mandarin Oriental, Taipei yesterday put up a sparkling Christmas tree at The Arcade entrance on Dunhua North Road. The tree is 8 meters wide and 20 meters tall and features 28 candy-shaped LED lights.
 
A former senior manager at Taiwan's technology giant Foxconn has been indicted for stealing and selling 5,700 iPhones in China to pocket around US$1.56 million, Taiwanese prosecutors said Friday.
 
The 40,000-ton oil tanker Kang Yun of the CPC Corporation is stranded in waters 200 meters off the CPC Port in Shen-ao, New Taipei City on Friday, Dec. 2. The tanker was stranded early Thursday after a mechanical failure.
 
A Malaysian visitor severely injured during a typhoon in September was discharged from hospital Friday and said she planned to resume her tour of Taiwan, which was cut short due to her head injury.
 
No show
Some members of the Taipei Agricultural Products Marketing Co. board of directors sit at a conference table waiting for the arrival of others to attend a meeting Wednesday, Nov. 30. The meeting was aborted later as only nine of the 23 board members showed up, with all those representing the government failing to attend. The company has been plagued by controversies over its personnel appointments.
 
Police are still investigating the whereabouts of a person abducted following an alleged dispute over drugs in New Taipei City.
 
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