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Sunday, October 19, 2014
Although the Australian government has confirmed that the beef tallow imported by Namchow Group (南僑) “could be used in food,” the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) remained suspicious and is conducting tests on Namchow's food products.
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Taiwan will require all inbound travelers to disclose their travel histories as part of efforts to prevent the spread of the Ebola virus, Health Minister-designate Chiang Been-huang (蔣丙煌) said Saturday.
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As the nation continues to be in turmoil owing to the food crisis, ruling Kuomintang (KMT) spokesman Charles Chen (陳以信) affirmed that the government has introduced various measures to prevent similar oil scandals from happening again.
Taiwan's ninth national park formally opened Saturday on some of the lesser known islands of Penghu (澎湖), promising to bring unspoiled landscapes and the tranquility of a more bucolic lifestyle within close reach of residents of Taiwan's main, largely urbanized island.
The Southwest Coast National Scenic Area Administration of the Tourism Bureau held a press conference on Thursday to promote the nation's upcoming first road running event in the salt fields of Tainan's Beimen (北門) District.
 > Tainan
Although many consumers have opted for 4G mobile Internet service, consumers may not always get the faster service they signed up for, Democratic Progressive Party lawmaker Tsai Chi-chang (蔡其昌) said on Friday.
Vice President Wu Den-yih (吳敦義) praised local host families who accommodate foreign exchange students Saturday, lauding them as “ambassadors-at-large.”
Hikers found a dead Formosan black bear in the mountains of Eastern Taiwan yesterday, with forestry officials saying that sightings of these endangered animals are rare, the Central News Agency reported.
 > Taitung
Young people in Taiwan need to be more aggressive and enterprising if they want to stay ahead in the competition with China, Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF) Vice Chairman Ma Shaw-chang (馬紹章) said Saturday.
A pro-gay marriage legislator said yesterday she will not yet decide what steps she will take next after arranging a controversial hearing on the matter last week.
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