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Tainan solidarity
Tainan City Mayor William Lai's post on his Facebook page expresses solidarity for the late writer, Lin Yi-han, a Tainan-born citizen haunted by an alleged rape by her cram school tutor on Thursday, May 5. Lai named the city government's efforts in the aftermath of her suicide, such as imposing stringent regulations on cram school tutors' names and installing a system that would prevent future cases from occurring. Lai's post attracted criticism for making such a late statement -- a week after the news of Lin's suicide broke.
Tainan welcomes convoys
Military vehicles pass through Tainan's city center in the early morning on Wednesday, March 5. The Min-An No. 3 military drill (民安3號演習) is set to be held at the square of Luermen Tienhogong (鹿耳門天后宮), a local temple in the center of the city.
Tainan City's Environmental Protection Bureau denied on Friday that the strange odor wafting through parts of neighboring Kaohsiung City had originated from its landfill fire.
Health officials yesterday confirmed an outbreak of bird flu that had wiped out 3,000 turkeys over three days on a farm in Greater Tainan.
A jolt on Lantern Festival  South hit by magnitude 5.6 quake on a day of celebration across Taiwan
A magnitude 5.6 earthquake rocked Tainan early Saturday, sending the southern city's traumatized residents fearing a repeat of last year's deadly temblor that took 117 lives
New year, new family
Lin Huang-wen (連晃汶), left and his wife, Chen Shu-yi (陳淑怡) pose for a photo at the reunion dinner for the residents of the Weiguan Jinlong Building, which collapsed after an earthquake hit south Taiwan on Feb.6, 2016, at the original site of the building in Tainan on Tuesday, Jan. 24. Lin and Chen, who lost both of their sons in the earthquake, are determined to re-build their family.
Newborn abandoned in Tainan alley
A newborn boy was found alive on Saturday after being left overnight in an alley near Fort Zeelandia in Tainan.
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.
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