Police authorities recently arrested 14 suspects as part of a national crackdown on firearm modification factories, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) has announced.
Children wearing Santa hats pose alongside a cavalcade of Christmas critters including a panda, a leopard and a sika deer at Taipei Zoo on Friday, Dec. 23. Officials welcomed locals to spend Christmas at the zoo.
From left to right: Kuomintang Legislator Chiang Wan-an (蔣萬安), Legislator Alicia Wang (王育敏), caucus whip Liao Kuo-tung (廖國棟), party Vice Chairman Hau Lung-bin (郝龍斌) and Legislator Lai Shyh-bao (賴士葆) sing "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" at Taipei Railway Station, Friday...
To commemorate 104 years of history, the Alishan Forest Railway will run retro-style cypress carriages from Chiayi to Beimen Station this weekend, the Alishan Forest Railway Branch (AFRB) said on Thursday.
A model shows off Kingwaytek's "AutoKing" (樂客車聯網) software during the company's launch of its automobile-specific systems solution, Thursday, Dec. 22. The product is Taiwan's first built-in 4G network, multimedia cloud navigation system for cars. The navigation system can track real-time road traffic to map out the best travel routes for drivers.
The Taiwan Water Corporation (TWC) made a splash in water quality management with the implementation of a new set of environmental management standards (ISO 14001) at its water purification facility in Pingzhen District, Taoyuan.
Popular singer Jody Chiang (江蕙) has filed a lawsuit against a man who allegedly attacked her brother with a steel pipe and took her hostage briefly Sunday, for burglary, assault and trespass, police said Thursday.
A four-year-old boy drives his electric car as an officer watches inside a police station in Tainan, Wednesday, Dec. 21.
Some restaurants at Breeze's malls in Taipei's Xinyi district are extending their business hours on New Year's Eve to allow customers to enjoy the annual Taipei 101 fireworks display while dining, according to the company's management.
Taiwan High Speed Rail Corp. (THSRC) Chairman Chiang Yao-chung (江耀宗), right, poses for a photo with Teach for Taiwan founder Anting Liu (劉安婷), left, at the newly-opened Nangang station on Tuesday, Dec. 20. They jointly announced the launch of a new program aimed at providing training for teachers working in rural regions.