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This homeowner blocked first responders from a dying man because she didn't want an 'unlucky house' — but her plan backfired
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This was the single mistake that cut power to 6.68 million households
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US-North Korea tensions show signs of winding down
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This haunting 'wind phone' is helping Japanese say goodbye to the departed
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A tweet written by ex-US president Obama in the wake of the white supremacist rally has become the most liked one ever. 前美國總統歐巴馬在一個白人至上主義集會發生後發出的推特已經成為最受歡迎的推特。

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President Tsai Ing-wen apologizedd for Tuesday's massive blackout. 蔡英文總統為週二的大規模停電示歉意。

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Melbourne has been named the world's most liveable city for the seventh year in a row. 墨爾本連續第七年被評為世界上最宜居的城市。

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Passengers on Taiwan's bullet trains can now enjoy free Wi-Fi service as long as they are north of Hsinchu. 在新竹以北的台灣高鐵乘客現在可以享受免費的Wi-Fi服務。

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Liverpool took a step towards the Champions League group phase as they beat Hoffenheim 2-1 in the first leg qualifying playoff. 利物浦向歐冠分組賽邁出一大步,因為他們在第一階段預賽以2-1擊敗了霍芬海姆。

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MOEA seem to be in denial about the severe shortage of electrical power. It really is like a "slow motion car wreck", we can all see it happening from a distance, but nobody is reacting to it.


Gary was commenting on Instead of making pledges about AC, the gov't should be making plans for Taiwan's energy security

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Outrageous and delicious: This fighter pilot used his F-16 to take some mochi home from Hualien

Outrageous and delicious: This fighter pilot used his F-16 to take some mochi home from Hualien

You can't visit Hualien and not pick up some mochi to share when you get home -- even if you're in a fighter jet.
Nobody is happy with Taiwan Pelican Express right now

Nobody is happy with Taiwan Pelican Express right now

The delivery firm has a huge backlog of orders, and its clogged phone lines aren't helping.
Only 14% of financial funds in Taiwan are managed by women

Only 14% of financial funds in Taiwan are managed by women

The figure is around average globally -- and that's nothing to be proud of.
Taiwan can breathe easier — but just a little — after new generators went online

Taiwan can breathe easier — but just a little — after new generators went online

Two new generators are operational, though the threat of a red alert still hangs over the country after a third generator failed to launch properly.
Good Samaritan attacked on the internet for her looks

Good Samaritan attacked on the internet for her looks

Even for folks who've seen it all, this is a whole other level of trolling.
This student gave up a spot at Taiwan's top university to go to a lesser-known school with a massive scholarship check

This student gave up a spot at Taiwan's top university to go to a lesser-known school with a massive scholarship check

The decision to opt for the NT$3.6 million scholarship has split opinion online.
The supplier of green potato wedges to Mos Burger is defending the safety of its product

The supplier of green potato wedges to Mos Burger is defending the safety of its product

Fried green potatoes: Tainan authorities inspected eight Mos Burger locations after consumers complained of the potentially toxic fries.
Taiwan has the third fastest download speeds in the world

Taiwan has the third fastest download speeds in the world

Web users in the country enjoy an average download rate of 34.4 megabits per second, new report shows.
Taiwan is sowing the seeds of Hakka revival

Taiwan is sowing the seeds of Hakka revival

Push comes amid fears that the culture is weakening, with no more than 15% of young Hakka adults able to speak the Hakka language.
Taiwan's dads earn just 60 on 'report card'

Taiwan's dads earn just 60 on 'report card'

Taiwanese dads had a poor showing on the Child Welfare League Foundation's "report card for dads" released Tuesday to coincide with Father's Day.
[Updated] Truck driver in crash that killed police officer tests positive for drugs

[Updated] Truck driver in crash that killed police officer tests positive for drugs

The truck driver has been released on bail of NT$100,000.
Taiwan's power use hits historic high

Taiwan's power use hits historic high

The power grid is only 124,000 kW away from a black alert, which typically entails power rationing.
Fuses are blowing in Northern Taiwan

Fuses are blowing in Northern Taiwan

Over two days, outages have hit the Legislative Yuan, the Transportation Ministry, the Executive Yuan and 17,000 households in New Taipei
President's Facebook post gets flak as the heat wave continues

President's Facebook post gets flak as the heat wave continues

A photo that President Tsai Ing-wen posted of herself watching TV got more than some Likes, after eagle-eyed Facebook users spotted what they thought was a sign that the air conditioning was on.
Tainan mayor wonders what Chen Chin-feng could have been...if only he'd spoken better English

Tainan mayor wonders what Chen Chin-feng could have been...if only he'd spoken better English

Lai's statement prompted several of Chen's acquaintances to publicly attest to Chen's perfectly serviceable English skills.
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