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Tsai to make formal apology to aborigines
President Tsai Ing-wen is expected to extend a formal apology to indigenous peoples on Indigenous Peoples' Day, Aug. 1, according to a statement by Executive Yuan Secretary-General Chen Mei-ling on Thursday.
 
Quaker Oats on list of tainted oatmeals in FDA inspection
Oatmeal products from major food brand Quaker Oats were found to contain traces of a carcinogenic chemical called glyphosate, according to the results of an inspection by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA, 食藥署).
 
No change to cross-strait trade under Tsai: TAITRA
The Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA, 外貿協會) said Thursday it expected its usual cross-strait economic and trade activities to continue under President Tsai Ing-wen's administration.
 
Possible penalties for council ketamine display
A Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Miaoli County councillor could face charges as she punctuated her interpellation with a bag of the class-3 narcotic ketamine, in an attempt to highlight drug abuse in the county on Thursday.
 > Miaoli
 
Youbike in Hsinchu began a test run Thursday, joining the nine other cities and counties in Taiwan that provide bike rental services to the public.
 > Hsinchu
 
Beijing increased the volume of its rhetoric toward Taipei on Thursday, but neither confirmed nor denied that it was planning a massive military exercise as a warning to the new Democratic Progressive Party administration not to pursue Taiwanese independence.
 
Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Inc. (ASE, 日月光) and Siliconware Precision Industries Limited Co., Ltd (SPIL, 矽品) -- Taiwan's two leading chip testers -- said Thursday that they had reached an agreement to form a holding company.
 
Something to write home about
This photo shows a restored, once dilapidated, century-old house in Kaohsiung City's Ciaotou District (橋頭區), viewed from the street corner. Having transformed a neglected house into a popular meeting point for locals, the city government's restoration project was recognized as the winner of this year's Yuan-Yie Award (園冶獎) for community architecture. Most residents in the neighborhood are either elderly people or toddlers..........
 
The Market Intelligence and Consulting Institute (MIC) under the government-sponsored Institute for Information Industry said Thursday that slower sales of Apple Inc. devices could have an adverse impact on the output of Taiwan's contract electronics makers.
 
Taiwan has signed an agreement with the U.S. state of Nevada to allow citizens from both sides to exchange their home driver's license for a local one, the Foreign Ministry has announced.
 
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