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United Advertising Group (聯廣集團) Chairwoman Yu Xiang (余湘) poses for a photo at an event held in Taipei on Tuesday, Nov. 15 to announce the corporation's upcoming listing on the Taipei Stock Exchange's Emerging Stock Board.
Housing rights protest flares up in Taipei
Anti-forced eviction and land expropriation protesters besieged the Interior Ministry and charged at an official Tuesday morning, demanding that people's fundamental housing rights be enshrined in the latest Housing Act amendment.
Keeping it in the family
The second cohort of the Commerce Development Research Institute's Second Generation of Entrepreneurs in Sustainable Development Program poses here with the institute's president, Hsieh Lung-fah (謝龍發), front row second left, and its chairman, Hsu Chung-jen (徐重仁), front row center.
Starting Jan. 1 next year, Taipei City will introduce a monthly pass for unlimited rides on its mass rapid transit system, Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) said Sunday.
Sun Yat-sen's 151st
Opposition Kuomintang Chairwoman Hung Hsiu-chu, center, pays homage with a floral wreath at an event marking Dr. Sun Yat-sen's 151st birthday on Saturday, Nov. 12. Hung joined KMT members at the event honoring the founding father of the Republic of China at Taipei's Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall.
Ching-An Temple in Keelung starts Dharma Assembly
The Ching-An Temple in Keelung yesterday began its pilgrimage exchange with other Matsu Temples in Northern Taiwan, launching the year-end Dharma Assembly (謝平安法會).
One last glimpse?
A tourist poses for a photo at the Ba Yen Settlement (八煙聚落) in Yangmingshan National Park, New Taipei City, Friday, Nov. 11, on what could be the last day that the site is open to visitors. A land dispute has forced the indefinite closure of the popular tourist attraction.
National Taiwan University (NTU) Professor Kuo Min-liang (郭明良) and his research team are being investigated over allegations they fabricated data in an academic article.
The Taipei District Prosecutors Office pressed charge on Tuesday against a graduate student who cracked an egg on the head of Ministry of Education official in July.
Worth the risk
A waterspout is seen off the shores of Badouzi Township in Keelung on Tuesday, Nov. 8.
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