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How I survived
Liang Sheng-yueh (梁聖岳), 21, was found sleeping in an icy ravine deep in the Himalayas on Wednesday. Beside him was the cold corpse of his girlfriend Liu Chen-chun (劉宸君), with whom he had gone hiking on the Ganesh Himal trail and become lost in a snowstorm.
 
Terry Gou confirms US investment push after another White House visit
After visiting the White House for the second time in two days, Hon Hai Chairman Terry Gou on Friday confirmed that his firm was planning major "expanded investments" in the U.S.
 
KMT chair hopefuls face off in TV showcase
Candidates running for the Kuomintang's (KMT) top post presented their platforms live on TV Saturday, but the media present seemed more interested in knowing whether one of the richest men in Taiwan, Terry Gou (郭台銘), could represent the party in the 2020 presidential poll.
 
NIA helps kids go on root-seeking trips
The National Immigration Agency (NIA) hosted on Saturday afternoon a presentation of achievements made by the children of new immigrants, who conducted cultural exchanges and studied the native languages of their parents' hometowns during the winter vacation.
 
KMT chairmanship hopefuls gear up for first televised platform presentation
A heated exchange is expected, as the first televised political platform presentation for the Kuomintang (KMT) chairmanship election is set to begin this afternoon.
 
Headlines from across Taiwan
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Saturday April 29, 2017.
 
Trump rejects Tsai's suggestion of   second call
The government has sought to downplay U.S. President Donald Trump's rejection of President Tsai Ing-wen's suggestion there could be a repeat of the two leaders' direct phone call in December, saying the incident had been blown out of proportion.
 
Taiwan's fears that it will become a bargaining chip between China and the United States worsened Friday after a snub by President Donald Trump, who said he would not do anything to upset Beijing.
 
Taiwan teachers to learn more about Holocaust
Israel's de facto embassy in Taiwan is planning to send local educators to the country to learn more history behind the Holocaust after a high school parade by swastika-clad students snowballed into an international incident.
 
Adam's Diary: What's on, April 29-May 6
Your weekend -- and weekday -- entertainment guide.
 
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