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May, 6, 2016

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Sailing into the record books
Kaohsiung Mayor Chan Chu, sixth from right, and guests pose for a photo at the launching ceremony of the YM Window (開明輪) and YM Width (闊明輪), the largest Taiwan-made container ships on record, in Kaohsiung on Thursday, May 5. The mayor praised the two ships as proof of Taiwan's ship-building prowess.
An endangered Siberian crane that got lost and accidentally migrated to a Northern Taiwan wetland in December 2014 was seen on a riverbank in Northern Taiwan Thursday, a day after it was hoped it might be on its way back home, birdwatchers said that day.
A major computer glitch disrupted the information system for several hours Thursday at National Taiwan University Hospital, one of the most prestigious in Taiwan, affecting thousands of outpatients, the hospital said.
Calls to delay decision on controversial Taitung resort project
Lawmakers and activists have urged the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) to delay a decision on the fate of the Shanyuan Palm Beach Resort (杉原棕櫚濱海渡假村) in Taitung County.
Letting the news sink in
The Yungan Detention Basin is seen in this undated file photo released by the Kaohsiung City Government on Wednesday, May 4.
Chickens culled in Tainan
Personnel from Tainan City Animal Protection and Health Inspection Office spray disinfectant at a chicken farm in the city on Wednesday, May 4.
A Taiwanese woman has been charged with making an illegal surrogacy arrangement that involved paying a Thai woman to bear a child for a man from Taiwan, law enforcement authorities in Hsinchu said Tuesday.
The Maokong gondola service will be suspended May 9-31 for annual maintenance, the Taipei City government said Monday.
A new interchange on National Freeway No. 3 opened to traffic in Nantou County in central Taiwan on Monday after two years of construction.
Support NCCU's bid for the 2016 Hult Prize
Competing against over 20,000 teams from top business schools around the world, Taiwan's National Chengchi University's IMBA Team IMPCT was successfully crowned winner of the 2015 Clinton Foundation Hult Prize Competition (, known as the "Nobel Prize" of the business world, and was awarded US$1 million by former U.S. President Bill Clinton.
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