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March 27, 2017

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Late start, quality breakfast
A mother takes her children to class on Monday, Feb. 13.
Live-streaming celebs liven up 17 Media party
17 Media, the leading live-streaming company in Taiwan, hosted its first Valentines' Spring party on Saturday, engaging with more than 500 social media celebrities, the biggest event of its kind in the country.
Young author raises multicultural awareness
Local 13-year-old author Tanya Bruyas' Mandarin Chinese-language children's book "Don't ask me where I come from (不要問我從哪裡來)" was featured during the 2017 Taipei International Book Exhibition (TIBE, 台北國際書展) on Sunday.
'Running Man'
Hosts of the South Korean variety show "Running Man" imitate an iconic dance of Korean pop group Big Bang to start an event in Taipei on Friday, Feb. 10.
Keeping our lanterns safe
Taiwan SWAT personnel patrol the streets in Ximending, Taipei, on Thursday, Feb. 9, during the Taipei Lantern Festival. Turnout at the festival was not dampened even with the cold weather rolling in this week, reports say. The Taipei Lantern Festival kicked off last week and will last until, Sunday Feb. 12.
Tamsui records lowest temperature of year at 7.3 degrees
With the arrival of a cold mass the mercury in Tamsui, New Taipei dipped to 7.3 degrees Celsius at 7:28 p.m. on Thursday, the lowest this year, according to the Central Weather Bureau (CWB).
Traffic controls announced for Yangmingshan flower festival
Traffic controls will be imposed around the Yangmingshan National Park in Taipei on certain days during its annual flower festival between Feb. 10 and March 19, to cope with the large number of tourists expected to throng the area, the city's Public Transportation Office said Wednesday.
Machete-slashed clerk has arm reattached
The arm of a convenience store clerk, which was nearly severed in a grisly robbery in New Taipei, was successfully sutured back on Monday after 13 hours of intensive microsurgical operation, according to Central News Agency (CNA).
In the wake of a murder-suicide that left a man and his two children dead, Taipei City Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) and a bipartisan group of lawmakers on Monday said more efforts were needed to educate Taiwanese parents about their children's right to live.
Greater Taipei forum to be held in March: Eric Chu
New Taipei City Mayor Eric Chu announced Monday that his city would host a forum with neighboring Taipei City in March to discuss infrastructure projects concerning the greater Taipei region.
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