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Fun without barriers
An aerial view of a playground designed for physically disabled children is seen in this photograph taken in Taipei on Thursday, April 13.
 
Use me, I'm EasyCard!
Lotung Poh-Ai Hospital (羅東博愛醫院) Director Chen Wen-jone (陳文鍾) poses for a photo with an EasyCard Corp.
 
Rights protesters are demanding that the government revoke a 20-year extension given to a Hualien mine they say was built on native land unrightfully taken from indigenous villagers decades ago.
 
Driver crashes through OK Mart
Debris is scattered over the sidewalk after a truck crashed into an OK Mart in Tamsui on Wednesday, April 12. The crash happened around noon and injured four people: the store manager, two customers and the truck driver.
 
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je's (柯文哲) administration is on track to see a rash of resignations after the 2017 Universiade, City Councilor Yen Sheng-kuan (顏聖冠) warned Wednesday.
 
Hot show
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin is shown on the big screen during the English band's concert at the plaza outside the Taoyuan High Speed Rail Station on Tuesday, April 11.
 
'Beware becoming Trump'
Taipei Councilor Chen Chung-wen holds a mask of U.S. President Donald Trump in front of Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je during an interpellation session at the city council on Tuesday, April 11. Alluding to Trump's rocky presidency, Chen urged Ko to cultivate his political sensibilities, to not become a "loose cannon" and to improve his administration's attitude.
 
Splish splash
Models prepare to celebrate the Water Splashing Festival, Tuesday, April 11.
 
Even turtles have to wait...
The photo shows a vivid carving of a green turtle decorated at the Makung City Hall of the offshore Penghu County, aimed at making residents feel like they are venturing into a marine world when visiting the hall.
 
Spectacular blossoms
Beautiful Yoshino cherry blossoms are seen in full bloom at the Tien Yuan Temple (天元宮)in the suburban district of Tamshui, New Taipei City, drawing many local people to enjoy a look at the sea of blossoms on Monday, despite it being a weekday.
 
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