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October, 24, 2016

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Growing storefront rents on THE busy Section 4 of Zhongxiao East Road have driven more businesses away, as they move to cheaper commercial areas like Ximending and Xinyi District, according to London-based real estate consultancy DTRE.
Taiwan's first Nuit Blanche
The Presidential Office is lit up Saturday night as it receives visitors during Taiwan's first Nuit Blanche, which was organized by the Department of Cultural Affairs of the Taipei City Government.
A+++ rehearsal
Members of a military honor guard rehearse at Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall in Taipei on Saturday, in preparation for an event on Double Ten National Day. Asked to rate yesterday's rehearsal, Defense Minister Feng Shih-kuan issued the high score of "over 100 points."
Ultrasound scanner donated by bank foundation to NTU Hospital
Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank Art & Cultural Foundation donated a high-end ultrasound scanner to the Department of Traumatology of the National Taiwan University Hospital on Sept. 26.
The Taiwan Water Corporation (TWC) is showcasing its technological innovation in water recycling at the Taipei International Invention Show and Technomart, which is being held at the Taiwan World Trade Center Sept 29 to Oct 1.
Wenhu Line disruption
Trains move along the MRT's Wenhu Line (Brown Line) on Thursday, Sept. 29. Tire damage partially disrupted service later in the day.
Balancing act
Scaffolding on the verge of collapse is seen in this photo taken in Taipei on Wednesday, Sept. 28. The construction company responsible later demolished the scaffolding, which was almost torn away from the building by strong winds brought by Typhoon Megi on Tuesday.
Hungry work
A woman in Taipei struggles with her umbrella against powerful gusts of wind generated by Typhoon Megi on Tuesday, Sept. 27.
Clean water woes
Torrents of turbid water pass through the Zhitan Dam in Xindian, New Taipei, on Tuesday, Sept. 27. The Taipei Water Department advised citizens to stock up on water at home as the city would stop supplying it at 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Taipei's education chief disclosed Sunday that he had tendered his resignation on Sept. 20 because he wished to return to academia, a move that came one day after another city department head quit.
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