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Sunday, December 14, 2014
VietJet Air, a budget airline from Vietnam, launched its maiden flight to Taipei Friday, and the carrier said that the new route has received warm welcome.
The historic Taipei Children's Recreation Center (TCRC) is to be open at its original location for last time today, and is to be reopened on Dec. 16 at a new location in Shilin District, according to the Taipei City Government.
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The U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF, 美國肉類出口協會) recently partnered with the Regent Taipei hotel to launch and promote inexpensive cuts of American corn-fed beef that will be imported into the Taiwanese market.
Taiwan -- US meat exporters team with Regent Taipei to promote value prized cuts
Legislators across the party spectrum said Saturday that they are optimistic that the Legislature will soon form a constitutional amendment committee.
A visiting Turkish scholar said Saturday that Taiwan, as well as other non-Muslim countries, should step up exchanges with the moderate Islamic world to promote peaceful interpretation of the religion and avoid the spread of extremism.
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The death of an elderly dementia sufferer, possibly as a result of being exposed to cold weather, has highlighted the need to pay closer attention to dementia patients.
A new luxury apparent complex in Taipei allows residents to drive sports cars directly up to their floor; the apartment was viewed at an exclusive press conference yesterday, but starting prices have yet to be disclosed.
Prices of residential and commercial property along the airport metro system, which is under construction and will link the Taipei Main Station and the Taoyuan International Airport.
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The Economics Ministry yesterday trashed reports that claimed differences within Taiwan's delegation had undermined its efforts at the just-concluded negotiations on expanding the Information Technology Agreement (ITA) between World Trade Organization (WTO) members.
Wintek Corp. (勝華科技), a financially struggling touch panel supplier in Taiwan, has announced that it will lay off all of its more than 2,300 employees in the country in stages.
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