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April 30, 2017

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A poll released by the pan-green Taiwanese Public Opinion Foundation (台灣民意基金會) showed that nearly 60 percent of respondents disapproved of the Democratic Progressive Party's (DPP) one-party rule.
Just married
New Power Party Legislator Hung Tzu-yung (洪慈庸), right, and Kuan-ting Cho (卓冠廷), director general of the Information Bureau of Taichung City Government, pose for a photo after completing their marriage registration in Greater Taichung.
The average overtime pay received by salaried employees in the first two months of the year posted a significant annual growth of 12.5 percent, for the highest growth of its kind for the same period in seven years, according to statistics released on Monday by the government.
Six aspire to lead KMT
Aspirants for the leadership of the Kuomintang (KMT) hit the campaign trail in earnest on their first weekend as official candidates.
Landmark ruling over same-sex marriage TBA May 24
Taiwan's grand justices are poised to make a landmark ruling concerning the constitutionality of a bar on same-sex marriage May 24, its secretariat confirmed Monday.
TTL seeking contract for instant noodle production in Singapore
Taiwan Tobacco and Liquor Corp. (TTL, 台酒) said Monday that it is planning to seek a contract manufacturer to produce its popular instant noodle line in Singapore.
AIT chairman on Taiwan visit
American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) Chairman James Moriarty arrived in Taiwan Sunday for a one-week visit, during which he will meet with top government officials and businesspeople, the AIT and Taiwan's foreign ministry said Monday.
Taiwan employers raise bonuses as economy recovers
The average annual bonus paid by employers in Taiwan prior to the last Lunar New Year holiday was higher than in the previous payment period, as the economy showed signs of strengthening, the Directorate-General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics (DGBAS) said Monday.
Majority believe gov't stance on detained activist: too soft": poll
Most have found the government's handling of activist Li Ming-che detention in China to be "too soft" according to poll results publicized today.
Soggy today, sunny tomorrow
A reprieve from the rain is upon us.
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