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May, 24, 2016

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Lilies unlikely to last long
Endemic lilies in Jinshan District are shown in this undated photo provided by the New Taipei City on Sunday, May 22. The restoration of the lilies in Jinshan proved successful, though New Taipei City suggests viewing of the flowers should be done soon as its flowering season only lasts for one to two weeks.
 
The Pingtung County chapter of the Kuomintang (KMT) voiced its strong opposition Wednesday to U.S. pork imports and said it will ask for the creation of self-governance regulations on food safety management that strictly ban traces of leanness enhancing drugs in pork.
 
Fishy stuff
A New Taipei health official puts a seal on boxes of expired seafood products seized from a wholesaler Wednesday, May 18.
 
An ink-redible boost to marine life
A person holds a squid egg in this photo provided by New Taipei City Fisheries and Fishing Port Affairs Management Office on Monday, May 16.
 
New Universiade venue in limbo
New Taipei City Mayor Eric Chu waves to reporters on Sunday, May 15. Another venue for the 2017 Summer Universiade, which takes place in Taiwan from Aug. 19 to Aug. 30, appears to be in limbo.
 
Koreans injured in collision
A damaged coach is seen parked after an accident in New Taipei City, Saturday, May 14.
 
Johanne Liou (劉喬安), once known as the "Sunflower Queen" during the student movement to occupy the Legislature in 2014, on Thursday admitted to involvement in cross-border prostitution and a human trafficking ring, according to the Taipei District Prosecutors Office.
 
City hall chimes in
A decibel meter is seen in front of the entrance of a convenience store in Taipei on Tuesday, May 10.
 
Taipei City Government's Department of Information and Tourism kicked off its series of "2016 Travel Taipei" events to let tourists immerse themselves in Taipei City's enticing local culture, according to a press release distributed by the bureau yesterday.
 
'200K students are waiting for failure': NTNU
Policy researchers at National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU, 台師大) on Monday called for more educational resources for disadvantaged children, arguing that education inequality should be seen as an issue of national economic security.
 
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