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Friday, April 18, 2014
Taiwan -- Yahoo! to recruit new blood after student protest
Yahoo! will recruit 100 local employees after witnessing the younger generation's potential amid the Sunflower Movement, Yahoo! Inc. Asia-Pacific region Senior Vice President Rose Tsou (鄒開蓮) said yesterday.
Taiwan -- Nuke 3 to stop supplying electricity for 10 days
Taiwan Power Co. (Taipower, 台電) said yesterday that following the Third Nuclear Power Plant Unit 2's annual examination began in March, the power plant's Unit 1 will undergo a 10-day construction today to strengthen its earthquake resistance structures, meaning that the power plant will stop supplying electricity for 10 days.
The Department of Transportation of the Taipei City Government (臺北市政府交通局) released the 2013 Financial Report of the YouBike system yesterday, following a report that accused the department of approving subsidies inappropriately.
Lawmakers yesterday urged the military to shorten the time needed to relocate an arsenal located in downtown Kaohsiung City in order to make way for new projects to boost the city's future development.
The Taipei City Government hotline received a call Wednesday from an unknown male who held a 20-second conversation in which he threatened to assassinate the president prior to hanging up.
Taiwan -- Acclaimed Taiwan artist to stage postmodern, pop art exhibition
The arrival of pop art in the mid-20th century signified a blurring of lines between so-called low culture and high culture, again calling the definition and value of art into question.
President Ma Ying-jeou yesterday urged the Japanese government to properly handle the issue of comfort women — thousands of Taiwanese nationals were forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese military during World War II.
Ruling party and opposition legislators yesterday lashed out at each other over the high school course adjustment at a public hearing.
A son recently saved his mother's life when he reacted quickly to her text messages.
Chiung Yao (瓊瑤), a popular romance novelist and TV drama producer based in Taiwan, accused Monday the scriptwriter of a drama series being aired on China HuNan TV of plagiarizing her work “Plum Blossom Scar. (梅花烙)”
  
  
  
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