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Wednesday, July 29, 2015
Round-island trip fulfills vow to late boyfriend
Eva Chou (周佩樺) took a ride in a Taitung hot air balloon yesterday, fulfilling the promise she made to her late boyfriend.
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A China Airlines trainee pilot Chen Sheng-yen (陳勝彥), 26, who had been in a critical condition since a crash on July 22, was reported to have died over the weekend, according to U.S. media.
The Cabinet finally broke its silence yesterday on the raid on the Ministry of Education (MOE) on July 23, the most serious protest yet against the government's controversial changes to the high school curriculum.
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Taiwanese fashion designer Johan Ku, known for his creative and sculpture-like knitwear, opened his first store in Taiwan Tuesday, bringing his edgy style to his home market.
Out of 15 soft-shelled turtles, six tested positive for drug residue, said the Food and Drug Administration (FDA, 食藥署), yesterday.
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The medium and long range ballistic missiles (LRBM) deployed by China may target other countries but still threaten Taiwan, Ministry of National Defense (MND) spokesman Maj. Gen. Luo Shou-he (羅紹和) said Tuesday.
The R.O.C. Air Force's Thunder Tigers Aerobatic Team (雷虎小組) is scheduled to perform its trademark aviation show next month, marking the first public performance to be staged by the team following a fatal crash that killed one of its members last October.
Taiwan was placed under Tier 1 for the sixth consecutive year in the annual Trafficking in Persons report released by the U.S. Department of State on Monday, indicating that Taiwan continues to make an effort to address the problem.
Taiwan Changhua District Court's latest report states that the oil products of Ting Hsin Oil and Fat Industrial Co. (頂新製油實業) are not refuse oil and are suitable for human consumption, according to a press release issued by Ting Hsin yesterday.
Taipei City Police Department said in an investigative report Tuesday that three reporters who were arrested in the early hours of July 24 were suspected of breaking into the Ministry of Education complex that night, along with a group of students protesters.
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