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China Airlines to take legal action against union
China Airlines (CAL) said Sunday that it would file criminal and civil lawsuits against the Taoyuan Flight Attendants Union for organizing a demonstration Friday in which protesters threw eggs at its Taipei headquarters.
Tsai says Taichung's new rail station to usher in prosperity
Taichung on Sunday inaugurated its elevated railway station shortly after it shut its ground-level station, which had witnessed a century of the city's history.
President talks 'Hakka Romantic Avenue'
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) said Sunday her administration will start next year to carry out one of her promises -- to launch a national project aimed at developing a north-south provincial highway into a "Hakka Romantic Avenue" to promote the culture of Taiwan's Hakka ethnic group.
Investors of exchange-traded funds (ETFs), which have gained popularity in Taiwan's equity market, have been advised to take advantage of risk factor exposure to boost the performance of their investments, according to analysts.
A 101-year-old man captured the spotlight on Sunday from 7,800 runners at an international marathon after crossing the finishing line in the 9-kilometer run.
A survey released on Sunday by the New Power Party (NPP) probed grand justice nominees' stances on certain key issues, including labor topics and the legalization of same-sex marriage, as lawmakers geared up for another round of questioning.
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Vice President Chen Chien-jen (陳建仁) said the government is planning to add elements of the "New Southbound Policy" as well as the idea of city exchanges to its "youth ambassadors" program which aims to enhance Taiwan's international exchanges.
Temperatures could climb to as high as 34 degrees Celsius with sunny skies or partly sunny skies in western Taiwan on Sunday.
Public altars set up for Thai citizens to grieve king's death
Several cities in Taiwan announced Saturday the establishment of public altars for Thai workers and immigrants to mourn the death of Thailand's revered King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who died on Thursday at the age of 88.
The Ministry of Education (MOE) announced an annual subsidy of NT$750,000 each for private universities and senior high schools to hire security officers that replace military instructors.
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