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Zookeeper's best friend
Merry the German Shepherd is pictured beside a plant at Taipei Zoo on Wednesday, Feb. 15.
 
Taipei's luxury home market thawed over the past few months but prices for The Palace -- one of the most coveted residential complexes -- remain uncertain after two of its units failed to sell at separate auctions on Wednesday.
 
Before and after
This photo shows the mountain above the southbound railway in Taimali prior to the development plans that have rid the mountain of its trees in order to make room for a ginger farm.
 
28 feared dead as bus falls off freeway in Taipei
A tour bus fell off a mountain slope in Northern Taiwan Monday night, with 17 passengers reportedly found without vital signs as rescue operations continued as of press time.
 
The reigning champions of the Breeze Center Non-Stop Happiness Kissing Contest locked lips for 142 minutes on Sunday to defend their title and take home a set of train tickets and an iPhone.
 
Late start, quality breakfast
A mother takes her children to class on Monday, Feb. 13.
 
Live-streaming celebs liven up 17 Media party
17 Media, the leading live-streaming company in Taiwan, hosted its first Valentines' Spring party on Saturday, engaging with more than 500 social media celebrities, the biggest event of its kind in the country.
 
Young author raises multicultural awareness
Local 13-year-old author Tanya Bruyas' Mandarin Chinese-language children's book "Don't ask me where I come from (不要問我從哪裡來)" was featured during the 2017 Taipei International Book Exhibition (TIBE, 台北國際書展) on Sunday.
 
Health officials yesterday confirmed an outbreak of bird flu that had wiped out 3,000 turkeys over three days on a farm in Greater Tainan.
 
A jolt on Lantern Festival  South hit by magnitude 5.6 quake on a day of celebration across Taiwan
A magnitude 5.6 earthquake rocked Tainan early Saturday, sending the southern city's traumatized residents fearing a repeat of last year's deadly temblor that took 117 lives
 
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