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Western Taiwan eats to shine at Taiwan Culinary Exhibition
In the 2016 Taiwan Culinary Exhibition to be held Aug. 5-8, Hsinchu, Taichung and Chiayi governments will each set up flagship pavilions to showcase their best food.
 
Delegation returns from Republican Convention before Democrats meet
Political party officials and legislators from Taiwan's major political parties returned to Taiwan yesterday from the Republican National Convention held in Cleveland, Ohio from July 18 to July 21.
 
President Tsai Ing-wen on Wednesday promulgated the abolition of the Red Cross Society Act, ending a dispute that continued even after lawmakers passed a motion to scrap it on July 12.
 
The SEMICON Taiwan 2016, the grand annual event of the local semiconductor industry, will run Sept. 7-9 at Hall 1 and Hall 4 of the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, with 700 international and Taiwanese exhibitors to display their latest products and...............
 
Twelve out of 20 coaches manufactured by the company that produced the one that left all 26 passengers dead in a fire on July 19 failed safety inspections, reports released by the Directorate General of Highways under the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) showed Wednesday.
 
One of the best
This file photo shows the Eslite Spectrum shopping mall at Taipei's Songshan Cultural Park. It has made it to CNN's list of the world's 14 best department stores although Eslite Spectrum is not a typical department store. The Eslite chain is known for its book-selling business.
 
Remarks made by the Transport and Labor ministers Wednesday revealed misalignment in policies, in light of the revisions to make working seven consecutive days illegal that will come to effect on Aug. 1.
 
Sneaky snake
Two men hold a 2.6-meter-long Burmese python captured in a house in Taitung yesterday. The owner of the place recently found two chickens missing from the hen house and thought it was the work of burglars.
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Long overdue
This photo from the Kaohsiung health authorities shows a police officer inspecting frozen prawns confiscated during a crackdown on vendors selling expired seafood products in the southern port city, .......
 
Dreams crushed
A section of a narrow path leading up to the peak of Yushan is seen in this photo taken by the Yushan National Park Administration after it had been cleared of rocks.
 
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