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Education Minister Pan Wen-chung (潘文忠) promised Thursday to probe National Taiwan University's (NTU) ethics panel after thousands signed an online petition demanding the restoration of academic integrity.
 
Advent deity!
This undated photo, taken by a man surnamed Chang, shows a joss stick with ashes said to resemble Chinese earth god Tudigong (土地公) at the Qing An Temple (慶安宮) in Tainan. Chang said the joss stick was one of his and that he quickly snapped the photo after he realized the likeness .
 
Local leaders' workweek law qualms grow
The central government is meeting a growing chorus of local government leaders expressing qualms over Taiwan's new workweek regulations.
 
Taiwan gov't to monitor Chinese construction on disputed island
After reports of fresh construction by China on a disputed island in the South China Sea, the Presidential Office Wednesday urged all parties in the region to uphold peace and stability.
 
Residents protest 'illegal' expropriations
Local civic groups protested at the groundbreaking ceremony of subterranean-railway project in Tainan Wednesday, claiming that a series of planned expropriations linked to the construction had "no legal basis."
 
Vietnamese workers call for Formosa Plastics exit
A large crowd of Vietnamese workers in Taiwan protested outside the Vietnam Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei on Wednesday morning, demanding that the Taiwan-based petrochemical conglomerate Formosa Plastics ceases operations in their homeland.
 
Bag maker celebrates 30th back where it all began
Casual accessories brand Kipling marked its 30th birthday with a party in Taipei Wednesday, marking a homecoming for the company to the country where the first-ever Kipling bag was made in 1987.
 
AI developer Appier looking for 100 new recruits
Taiwanese artificial intelligence (AI) startup Appier (沛星互動科技) announced Wednesday its plans to open up more than a hundred jobs, following its recent announcement of NT$5 million scholarships to cultivate AI talent in Taiwan.
 
Half of all jobs to be replaced by  robots 'in the near future': PwC
More than half of existing jobs can be replaced by robots or artificial intelligence (AI) within the foreseeable future, said PwC Taiwan as the "big four" accounting firm released its latest CEO report on Wednesday.
 
FPG told to redo environmental impact assessment on 6th cracker plant
The Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) has instructed Formosa Plastics Group (FPG, 台塑集團), one of Taiwan's leading conglomerates, to conduct another environmental impact assessment report for an expansion plan of its sixth naphtha cracking plant, located in Yunlin County.
 
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