Saturday, November 16, 2013
Having passed inspections by the Ministry of Transportation and Communication (MOTC), the Taipei Metro Xinyi Line (信義線) may be inaugurated as soon as next week.
Friday, November 15, 2013
Liu Cheng-chih (劉政池), the younger brother of Miaoli Magistrate Liu Cheng-hung (劉政鴻), was yesterday investigated on suspicion of larceny.
Accused of a grab on state-owned land, Liu Cheng-chi (劉政池) — the father-in-law of singer-songwriter Matthew Lien as well as the brother of the Miaoli County magistrate — was referred to prosecutors for inquiry last night.
Thursday, November 14, 2013
Taipei has registered the highest birth rate among Taiwan's five special municipalities in recent years, thanks to its child care incentives policy, the city said.
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Former Chiayi district prosecutor Chan Chao-shu (詹昭書) was formally sentenced to 10 years in prison and 6 years deprivation of his civic rights by the Taiwan High Court yesterday morning., 1 Comment
To keep a conflict similar to the Wenlin Yuan urban renewal project from happening again, the Taipei City Government yesterday established a negotiation system — a nongovernmental organization — to solve any disagreements between project participants.
A man accused of sexually harassing an intoxicated pub-goer was recently arrested by Taipei police.
A Chinese tourist was rushed to a hospital Tuesday after he apparently tried to commit suicide Tuesday in front of the Presidential Office in Taipei, according to the police.
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
All products manufactured by the four major food companies Wei Chuan Foods Corp. (味全食品), Flavor Full Foods (富味鄉食品公司), Tatung Changchi Foodstuff Factory Co. (大統長基食品), and Formosa Oilseed Processing Co., Ltd. (FOPCO, 福懋油脂) will be immediately recalled from all retailers in Hualien, County Magistrate Fu Kun-chi (傅崐萁) said yesterday., 1 Comment
All but one of Taipei's 68 registered hot spring hotels and bath houses passed a health inspection in October, with the lone violator given a deadline to comply with regulations, a health official said Monday.