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January, 17, 2017

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Poll results released Friday revealed Tainan Mayor William Lai (賴清德) would have a strong chance of victory should he shift his aspirations north and run in New Taipei's 2018 mayoral race.
 
US-born priest granted ROC citizenship
A U.S.-born Catholic priest who has dedicated the past 54 years of his life to helping the island's mentally-disabled children has been granted Taiwanese citizenship.
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'Taiwan's tallest owl'
This 7-meter-tall owl statue, photographed on Thursday, Dec. 29, sits on Qigu's Salt Mountain in Tainan.
 
Strangled to death
A suspect in a murder case surnamed Liang (梁) is escorted by police officers in Tainan on Tuesday, Dec. 27.
 
A four-year-old boy drives his electric car as an officer watches inside a police station in Tainan, Wednesday, Dec. 21.
 
Sister schools
Students from Japan's Hokuriku College, first to fifth from left, pose with students from Tainan City Chang Jung Girls' Senior High School, Thursday, Dec. 8.
 
A magnitude 4.1 earthquake struck southern Taiwan at 8:17 a.m. Monday, according to the Central Weather Bureau. No injuries were reported.
 
The Tainan District Court on Sunday rejected criticism that it was too lenient in its sentencing of five people implicated in the collapse of a housing complex in Tainan following an earthquake in February that resulted in the deaths of 115 residents.
 
NCKU joins international   higher education network
National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) in Tainan announced it had joined the Worldwide Universities Network -- a leading global higher education network of research intensive universities -- as part of its commitment to research and education innovation.
 
Birds of a feather
Endangered black-faced spoonbills perch on a salt beach in Chigu District of Tainan City in this file photo. The beach's spoonbill population has risen steadily in recent years, reaching a high of 800 in 2015 -- even more than can be found at their main habitats at Taijiang National Park in Annan District, Tainan.
 
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