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Tuesday, January 27, 2015
Taiwan -- Reconstruction of farms requires  better industry standards: COA
Council of Agriculture (COA) Minister Chen Bao-chi (陳保基) stated at a press conference yesterday that future poultry farm reconstruction efforts will incorporate renewed industry standards to support bio-security across the agriculture sector.
Taipei District Prosecutors Office announced yesterday it has pressed charges against student activist leader Chen Wei-ting (陳為廷) with obstruction of a public servant's duties for his involvement in altercations with police as well as tugging on a policeman's shield during the Sunflower protests in March.
Taiwan's new minister of transportation and communications said Monday after assuming his post in a formal ceremony that his main priorities will be the high-speed rail, China's new flight routes and the Taoyuan Aerotropolis project.
Monday, January 26, 2015
Taiwan -- Poultry prices OK amid slaughter ban: COA
The Council of Agriculture (COA) announced yesterday that despite Saturday's start of a four-day ban on slaughtering poultry, wholesale chicken prices remain stable and have not increased. The COA also called for retailers and chicken distributors to not artificially inflate prices to take advantage of the epidemic that has put the agriculture industry in an emergency situation.
Taiwan -- Extra diva concerts sell out in 30 min.
All 90,000 tickets for the nine additional concerts by Jody Chiang were snapped up within 30 minutes of going on sale Sunday.
The number of foreign grooms that wedded Taiwanese brides last year totaled 4,521 in Taiwan, the highest number since 2003, according to the latest Ministry of the Interior (MOI) statistics.
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As the Lunar New Year approaches, it is again time for many people in Taiwan to undergo plastic surgery.
Taiwan -- President Ma inaugurates NSRRC's synchrotron accelerator
President Ma Ying-jeou inaugurated the Taiwan Photon Source (TPS) of the National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center (NSRRC), yesterday.
Hong Kong's Ming Pao newspaper reported on Friday that the People's Liberation Army (PLA) is building large amphibious assault ships to bolster gaps in its naval strategic doctrine.
Taiwan's military plans to recruit 14,000 volunteer soldiers this year, surpassing its target of 10,500 in 2014, military spokesman Luo Shou-he said Sunday.
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