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The Kaohsiung District Prosecutors' Office has determined that cardiorespiratory failure led to the death of 72-year-old singer Kuo Ching-fa (郭金發), who collapsed on stage as he was singing his signature song on Saturday.
Boulder smashes house in Hualien; no injuries
A boulder weighing more than 100 tons rolled down a hill amid heavy rains and hit a house Hualien Friday night, but no one was injured, Central News Agency reported Saturday.
A startup company launched a scooter-sharing system in Taipei on Friday, providing 200 electrical motorcycles in the city's Daan, Xinyi and Zhongzheng districts.
Making mayor life decisions
Kuomintang Vice Chairman and former Taichung Mayor Jason Hu (胡志強) greets attendants at the Kaohsiung Women's Association meeting on Friday, Oct. 7.
In touch with their roots
Hung Fui-fu (洪恢復) of Lieyu Township, Kinmen, right, and Hung Yin-yu (洪燕玉), vice chair of the Lieyu Township Council, pose for a photo in front of a taro-themed 3-D art installation commissioned by Hung Fui-fu to mark the annual Taro Festival at the township on Friday, Oct. 7.
Formosa Chemicals employees clash with police
More than 60 people were hurt and a dozen hospitalized after a clash in front of Changhua County Hall yesterday.
Keelung holds singing event to celebrate 9-9
Double Ninth Festival (九九重陽節), also known as Chung Yeung Festival, is a significant day to honor the elderly on the 9th day of the 9th month of the year in the Chinese lunar calendar.
TAITRONICS puts smart technology in spotlight
The Taipei International Electronics Show (TAITRONICS) opened Thursday, featuring cutting-edge technologies in the field of the internet of things (IoT), which includes smart home, smart machinery, robotics applications and more.
Foundation says more foster parents needed
A Taipei-based foundation on Thursday called on more Taiwanese to become foster parents and to donate money for the care of children that are waiting to be adopted.
Village chief killed in mudslide
Rescuers found the remains of Yu Yuan-long (余元龍) on Thursday, Oct. 6, a day after the village chief was buried by a mudslide while inspecting a typhoon-damaged site in his village in Taitung.
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