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Sunday, March 30, 2014
The Yuanlin train station in central Taiwan's Changhua County will feature a sculpture designed by famed avant garde Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama as part of the station's landscaping work due to be completed in June next year.
Friday, March 28, 2014
Major League Baseball (MLB) will hold its season-opening games in the southern city of Kaohsiung in 2015, a local newspaper reported yesterday.
Taitung County in Eastern Taiwan experienced two moderate earthquakes early Thursday, following another two temblors since the previous day, the Central Weather Bureau said.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
A local scholar defended the government's eviction of protesters who stormed the Executive Yuan compound Sunday, saying that criticism of the crackdown reflected a lack of understanding of the practices of Western democracies.
Three members of a motorcycle gang that tried to stir up trouble at protests against a trade in services pact with China have been handed over to prosecutors, the Taipei City Police Department said Tuesday.
Two Tamsui district police officers were featured in local newspapers yesterday and were praised for aiding French tourists in recovering a cellphone within 20 minutes of it being lost.
The Taipei City Transportation Office (臺北市公共運輸處) released a statement celebrating over 140,000 passengers on the Tomb Sweeping free shuttle bus service during the first weekend of its launch.
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
The Kaohsiung City Animal Protection Office (KCAPO) yesterday announced that it had discovered a mutton hotpot restaurant using dog meat broth, and issued a NT$50,000 fine for violating the Animal Protection Act.
Miaoli Magistrate Liu Cheng-hung lent his support Monday to the government's removal of the protesters who had broken into the Executive Yuan the night before.
The Kaohsiung Environmental Protection Bureau (EPB) said yesterday that a plan to resume work proposed by Advanced Semiconductor Engineering Inc. (ASE, 日月光) would be approved as long as the company fulfills seven conditions in line with the bureau's demands.
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