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July, 1, 2016

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Sodagreen top winner at Golden Melody Awards
Taiwanese pop music band Sodagreen's (蘇打綠) album "Winter Endless" (冬未了) emerged as the biggest winner of Taiwan's Golden Melody Awards Saturday, bagging five awards including best Mandarin album.
Silks Palace unveils Qing Dynasty feast
Have you ever imagined tasting exclusive Imperial Chinese cuisine that was presented to the Qing emperors centuries ago?
 > Taipei
Taiwan marks first anniversary of deadly colored powder explosion
Taiwan Sunday marked the first anniversary of an explosion which killed 15 and injured hundreds at a water park as victims and their relatives demanded justice for those responsible.
 > Taipei
Suicides in the Armed Forces are an issue that needs to be tackled soon
The issue of suicide in the R.O.C. Armed Forces has been in the spotlight recently in Taiwan as several suicides were reported in the military over the past few months.
A luxurious summer dining experience
La Farfalla and its summer specials are the go-to for a leisurely gathering with friends during the blazing-hot summer
 > Taipei
Song Joong-ki wows fans with rendition of 'Our Times'
South Korean heartthrob Song Joong-ki, the star of the mega-hit TV drama "Descendants of the Sun," wowed fans in Taiwan as he showed up on the stage wearing roller skates and sang the theme song of Taiwanese romance film "Our Times" at a fan meeting in Taipei Saturday.
Kaohsiung tram line extended by 4 stops
The Kaohsiung light rail trial run expanded to an additional four stations Sunday, though crowds waiting to board the trains were not as large as the initial trials last October.
China Airlines (CAL, 華航) announced a compensation package Sunday for travelers affected by a strike led by CAL flight attendants last week.
The New Taipei City Government on Sunday temporarily rejected a move by a major funder of the company responsible for the Formosa Fun Coast water park (八仙樂園) dust explosion to withdraw a NT$50 million donation to cover financial costs for the victims of the blast.
 > Taipei
State-owned Taiwan Power Co. (Taipower) said Sunday that it is preparing for its most challenging week ahead in providing power supplies, calling for efforts by the public to help reduce electricity use.
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