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Taipei to conduct drills ahead of Universiade
In preparation of the upcoming 29th Summer Universiade (臺北世界大學運動會), several branches of Taipei and the nation's security and medical forces will conduct a public disaster and anti-terrorism response drill on Thursday.
 
Word on the Street: How do you like the double-decker tour bus?
We accosted folks at Huashan Cultural Park to get their thoughts on Taipei streets' latest attraction.
 
This one is a puppy without a name
We don't know much about this one, except that he's had a rough time in life so far.
 
Calla lily festival kicks off in Yangmingshan
The 2017 Calla Lily Festival -- one of the biggest flower festivals in Taipei -- kicked off Friday, offering visitors an opportunity to enjoy flowers at various farms in the Yangmingshan area over the coming month.
 
Naruto the ninja mayor
Taipei City Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) dresses up at Naruto Uzumaki, the main character from the famous Japanese manga series "Naruto" at the opening ceremony of the 2017 Calla Lily Festival on Friday, March 24.
 
Popular American-style eatery "Second Floor Café (貳樓)" will be setting up a food truck at the Songzhi Road plaza of Taipei 101 on March 25 and March 26, selling fusion-style burgers to the general public in order to raise money for charity.
 
Man sues gov't for tearing down his home
Chang Chuan-chin (張權嶔) filed a new lawsuit against Commissioner Lin Jou Min (林洲民) of the Taipei City Department of Urban Development on Thursday after SWJ Construction finished demolishing his house per the department's orders.
 
Daan Park to be sealed off before Mayday show
B'in Music (相信音樂), the music agency of rock group Mayday (五月天), said Thursday it would seal off the performance area at the Daan Forest Park (大安森林公園) two days ahead the band's free concert there on Wednesday.
 
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) conducted the second of his series of "Mobile Municipal" conferences in the Shilin district on Tuesday, where he responded to the "police state" drama involving Hakka Affairs Council Minister Lee Yong-te (李永得).
 
Next stop: the past
The old Xinbeitou Train Station goes under reconstruction and renovation in this undated picture. The station had been listed as a century-old construction, and was previously relocated to a cultural park in Changhua County for display. After the park closed its doors in 2007, the station was donated to the Taipei City Government in 2013. Following years of planning, the old station was returned to its roots in Xinbeitou, with renovation and reconstruction using as many of the original materials as possible. The station will reopen its doors on April 1.
 
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