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Monday, January 26, 2015
Hong Kong's Ming Pao newspaper reported on Friday that the People's Liberation Army (PLA) is building large amphibious assault ships to bolster gaps in its naval strategic doctrine.
More than five hundred volunteers in New Taipei on Saturday helped to clean, pack and move some 100,000 pairs of secondhand shoes that will be shipped to Kenya to help prevent infections caused by chigoe fleas.
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Taiwan's military plans to recruit 14,000 volunteer soldiers this year, surpassing its target of 10,500 in 2014, military spokesman Luo Shou-he said Sunday.
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on Sunday warned the public to pay attention to personal hygiene as seasonal flu is about to peak, which was blamed in the death of a 2-year-old on Jan. 15.
Two Taiwanese university students have won gold for the second consecutive year at the ICU (International Cheer Union) World University Cheerleading Championship, an affiliated local association said Sunday.
In a bid to curb the outflow of population and boost the vigor of largely rural Changhua County, the central county's government has upped its subsidy for new parents to top the levels seen in some major cities.
XYZprinting Inc. (三緯國際), a unit of the Taiwanese electronics conglomerate New Kinpo Group (新金寶), on Thursday set a goal of becoming the world's largest maker of three-dimension (3D) printers this year.
A large majority of Taiwanese who make purchases on mobile devices spend more than NT$1,000 a month, according to a survey conducted by the government-sponsored Institute for Information Industry (III, 資策會).
The daily quota for Chinese tourists visiting Taiwan under the Free Independent Traveler (FIT) program will likely be raised to 5,000 from the current 4,000 before the March 5 Lantern Festival, according to the Tourism Bureau.
Yung Ching Realty (永慶房屋), one of the leading estate agents in Taiwan, said Wednesday that it will continue to recruit new employees, even though the local property market is showing signs of slowing down.
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