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Saturday, February 6, 2016
The Shanghai Commercial & Savings Bank (SCSB, 上海商銀) has rolled out limited "lucky money" freebies for people who hand in SCSB ATM deposit receipt slips, or "Like" its Facebook page.
Friday, February 5, 2016
Reporters surrounded the wife and son of Huang An (黃安) at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Thursday as the two embarked on a trip to Beijing to visit the embattled Taiwanese entertainer.
Foreign labor changes to boost startups: MOL
Labor reforms, and updates on the government's proposed preparations for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) bid were on the table for discussion at the Cabinet meeting Thursday.
Taipei City Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) stated Thursday that he is carrying out bike path widening plans that are not his policy, as frustrations over the city's recent traffic logjams continued.
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Weather during the upcoming nine-day Chinese New Year holiday will change from cold and dry to pleasant, to partially wet at the end, the Central Weather Bureau said Thursday.
Enthusiastic fans on Thursday flocked to Madonna's first ever concert in Taiwan, expressing their excitement to finally see the pop legend in person.
A special plan to ease air travel congestion at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport during the Lunar New Year holiday kicked off smoothly, with some 110,000 passengers passing though the airport, authorities said.
HIV/AIDS patients with controlled conditions will be able to apply for organ transplants beginning on Mar. 1, the Ministry of Health and Welfare (MHW) announced Thursday.
Taiwan has donated 3,000 bug zappers to Caribbean ally the Dominican Republic following the latter's request amid the ongoing outbreak of the Zika virus in Central and South America and the Caribbean, a Foreign Ministry official said on Thursday.
Taiwan donates 3,000 bug zappers to ally amid outbreak of Zika virus
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