Registration for the 10th Kinmen Marathon scheduled for Jan. 14, 2017 started on Sunday for Kinmen residents, while online registration will begin on Oct. 24, according to Kinmen County government.
In a referendum Saturday, Penghu residents gave an emphatic thumbs down to a proposal to build casinos on the island chain., 2 Comments
About 5,000 protesters from the Formosa Plastics Group rallied outside the headquarters of Changhua County Government on Saturday, demanding it renew a license for a plant suspended over pollution concerns.
A unique post office built in the shape of a shipping box opened Friday in southern Taiwan's Pingtung County, with the aim of banishing the traditional perception of post offices as rigid places, officials from the Chunghwa Post Co. said that day.
Formosa Chemicals and Fibre Corporation's (FCFC) employees and their supporters are slated to stage their third protest against the Changhua County Government, which they say has jeopardized their right to work.
The century-old Taichung Railway Station will "go into history" after the last Tze-chiang Limited Express Train departs from the station at 8:55 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 15. A new elevated railway station will be inaugurated the following day.
A cooking competition and a pre-show press conference for the 2016 Kaohsiung Food Show will be held on the afternoon of Saturday, Oct. 15 at the Dream Mall in the southern port city, according to Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), which is hosting the show.
The PHILATAIPEI 2016 World Stamp Championship Exhibition is slated to take place from Oct. 21-26 at Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall 1.
A Taiwanese company is teaming up with a French partner on a project to build a floating solar panel system in a reservoir in Kaohsiung, the first stage of which is expected to be completed to by the middle of 2017, the company said Thursday.
The Taipei District Court sentenced a man accused of killing two cats in Taipei over the past year to a combined 10 months in prison and a NT$350,000 (US$11,013) fine Thursday for the two offenses.