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January, 18, 2017

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Taiwan's president visits Twitter Inc. while in San Francisco
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) opened a new twitter account Saturday during a visit to micro-messaging service Twitter Inc. during a stopover in San Francisco on her way home from a four-country tour of Central America.
Freezing mist, sleet in mountains lead to slippery roads, trails
Freezing mist covered Taiwan's highest mountain, Yushan, and sleet fell on Hehuanshan early Sunday, leading rangers and police to warn of slippery roads and hiking trails in both areas.
Beijing rejects Trump's suggestion to negotiate one-China policy
China's foreign ministry on Sunday again rejected President-elect Donald Trump's suggestion that he might use American policy on Taiwan as a bargaining chip between the two sides.
President gets candid on labor law
President Tsai Ing-wen downplayed the government's role in enforcing new workweek rules, telling the press corps to "talk to the boss" about securing their guaranteed time off.
Thousands of calligraphy lovers flock to couplet writing event
National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall (國父紀念館 and the Chinese Calligraphy Association, R.O.C.(中華民國書學會) jointly hosted a ceremony for the year of rooster on Saturday, Jan. 14.
Why farmers have trouble exporting the 'king vegetable'
Though touted as a "king vegetable" in Taiwan, cabbage has yet to emerge as one of the island's major agricultural export products due to lack of integrated marketing systems, with the vast majority of production still destined for the domestic market, according to officials.
Tsai wraps up tour of allies
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) said while in El Salvador on Friday that Taiwan will shift away from one-way assistance to its diplomatic allies to a two-way model of bilateral cooperation to help their economic and social development.
With the Chinese New Year holiday drawing near, the Breeze Group has readied over 150 kinds of exquisite souvenirs and gift-box offerings to best serve customers and allow them to enjoy a wonderful lunar New Year holiday, according to a press release issued by the group.
Opening weekend on Dihua
Shoppers pack Dihua Street, an annual Lunar New Year market, in Taipei, on Saturday, Jan. 14. The 21-year-old traditional market opened Friday and runs until Jan. 26.
Ships urged to be safer after freighter mishap
Ships sailing near a Panama-registered freighter in distress in waters off Kaohsiung Harbor should take extra safety precautions after two containers fell off the ship on Saturday when it listed to one side, the Coast Guard Administration (CGA) has urged.
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