A dog wears a Halloween costume in Taipei on Sunday, Oct. 30. A costume party was held yesterday in Neihu's Dahu Park, with locals dressing up their best friends to observe Halloween. Activities were held during the gathering, including a race for dogs with a leg length of 15 centimeters or less. The event saw breeds including dachshunds, Chihuahuas and Welsh Corgis dashing for the title.
The Taipei West Bus Station officially went down in history on Saturday after 60 years of operations.
Two women in wedding gowns hold hands while marching in the gay pride parade on Saturday, Oct. 29, surrounded by thousands of LGBT activists and their supporters.1 Comment
National Police Agency (NPA) chief Chen Kuo-en joins children in Taipei for an early round of trick-or-treating, Friday, Oct. 28.
A leading figure of the Taipei Chinese Herbal Apothecary Association is suspected of smuggling banned substances into Taiwan and violating the law governing wildlife protection, the Taipei District Prosecutors Office said Friday.
Taipei District Court has summoned former President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) to appear in court on Nov. 8 to defend himself over allegations that he was responsible for a former prosecutor-general leaking confidential information, prosecution sources said on Wednesday.
Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) was outraged yesterday by Taipei Agricultural Products Marketing Co.'s (TAPMC) failure to elect a chairman, threatening to evict the company from a city government-owned property.
Two sets of "politically incorrect" stamps are on display at the 2016 World Stamp Championship Exhibition in Taipei (PHILATAIPEI), a testament to the power struggles waged in the early years of the Republic of China.
Event organizers advertise the 5th Taiwan KOM Challenge in Taipei, Tuesday, Oct. 25.
Taipei's bike lane network has taken shape with the completion of a lane for cyclists on the sidewalk of the western side of Songjiang Road, the city's Department of Transportation (DOT) announced Monday.