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March 28, 2017

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Mailiao refinery explosion
The Styrene Monomer plant at the Sixth Naphtha Refinery is sealed off Tuesday after four workers were injured when a heating unit exploded the previous morning. The Yunlin County Government ordered that a thorough examination be conducted immediately at the Mailiao Township petrochemical factory, which is owned by the embattled Formosa Plastics. Four workers were burnt and contused, two of whom were still in critical condition as of Tuesday evening.
 
Look here, I'm endangered!
The picture shows one of the two Formosan clouded leopards housed at Taipei Zoo.
 
Another tour bus fatality
A tour bus with 23 people onboard is seen after crashing into a roadside home in New Taipei's Wanli District on Monday, March 6.
 
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je on Monday defended plans to introduce a bill banning restaurants in the city from burning wood and charcoal, saying the measure was a necessary part of the city's internationalization.
 
1 dead in New Taipei crash
Scooters are scattered at the scene of an accident in New Taipei's Xinzhuang District on Monday, March 6. The car collision, which took down 13 scooters, severely injured four people and lightly injured nine. One person was pronounced dead.
 
Meals for seniors, coming right up
A delivery person takes food up to residents in Dawu Village, some 1,000 meters above sea level, in the mountainous Wutai Township, Monday, March 6.
 
Taoyuan Airport Metro smoothly takes off
When first-time visitors Max and Charlie from England landed at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (桃園國際機場) without having arranged transportation to Taipei, they were immediately drawn by a series of signs that guided them to the entrance of the newly opened Taoyuan Airport Metro (桃園機場捷運).
 
Bad air in western Taiwan
Kaohsiung is shrouded in haze Friday, March 3. The Taiwan Air Quality Monitoring Network reported that the air quality in the western part of the nation was relatively poor Friday, with most of the network's stations detecting below normal quality air in certain areas, and even hazardous quality air in others.
 
National Theater reopens
Front row seats at the newly renovated National Theater are hold letters that spell "The Time We Have, The Future We Share," in celebration of the theater's reopening, Friday, March 3.
 
Chiayi County Magistrate Chang Hwa-kuan (張花冠) has extended an invitation to local and foreign visitors alike to come visit the annual International Tea Culture Exchange Exhibition taking place in the Central Taiwan county from March 18 to 27.
 
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