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Universiade organizers have condemned protesters who blocked athletes during the opening ceremony
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Meet the production team behind the opening ceremony
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Universiade organizers have condemned protesters who blocked athletes during the opening ceremony
The city government said 1,100 demonstrators from 28 groups participated in yesterday's protest.
 
Meet the production team behind the opening ceremony
The three-part Universiade opener was well-received by the public.
 
Protesters create awkward moment at the Taipei Universiade
Taiwan is a democratic country that has freedom of speech and respect for the expression of different opinions, the mayor of Taipei said.
 
Taiwan welcomes the world as the 29th Universiade opens
In the culmination of a grand opening ceremony, Chin-Feng Chen took a home run swing that sent a ball of fire into the cauldron.
 
A Presidential Office guard has been attacked by a man with a samurai sword and a PRC flag
The suspect allegedly tried to break into the building.
 
The sword attack on a Presidential Office guard was loaded in historical significance
The samurai sword used in the attack was stolen from a museum.
 
Taipei is in the middle of its longest, strongest heat wave
In Taipei, it's never been so hot for so long.
 
A first look at the Cabinet's 2018 budget proposal
Infrastructure projects, anti-drug campaigns, elderly care and the "New Southbound Policy" get a sizable boost in funding in the Executive Yuan's budget proposal for the 2018 fiscal year.
 
Taiwan lays out NT$16 billion development plan for AI
Taiwan's technology minister on Thursday laid out an ambitious plan to spend NT$16 billion to beef up the domestic artificial intelligence (AI) industry.
 
Mayor Ko explains what would happen if a blackout hit during the Universiade
As Taiwan struggles with an unprecedented power-supply problem, concerns have cropped up that the lights might go out on athletes during the 19-day sporting event.
 
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