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Tuesday, March 11, 2014
New Taipei will expand its efforts to restore the Formosa lily to its once flourishing status on mountains in northern Taiwan, the director of the city's Agriculture Department said.
Monday, March 10, 2014
Taiwan -- DPP hosts debate for Taipei mayoral candidates
The opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) on Sunday afternoon held its first debate for candidates seeking to represent the party in the race for Taipei mayor later this year.
Sunday, March 9, 2014
Taiwan -- Penghu becomes 'Most Beautiful Bays' member
The outlying Taiwanese archipelago of Penghu officially obtained its certificate of membership in the Most Beautiful Bays in the World Club Friday.
The Taiwan Land Development Corporation (TLDC) is trying to find 120 people to work in Kinmen to pave the way for the operation of its duty free center scheduled to open later this year on the offshore county.
Thursday, March 6, 2014
The Yunlin Agriculture Exposition has attracted more than 900,000 visitors since it opened last Dec. 25, a result the county chief has described as “beyond expectations.”
The life expectancy of Taipei citizens reached an average 82.66 years in 2012, the highest among all the cities and counties in Taiwan, the Taipei City Department of Budget, Accounting and Statistics said yesterday.
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Reports indicate that doctors recently removed a fishing hook and a 13-centimeter-long piece of nylon line from a woman's esophagus in Tainan City in Southern Taiwan.
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Nearly 20 pro-unification organizations demanded yesterday that the Tainan City Government repair the bronze statue of Sun Yat-sen that was pulled down recently.
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Tuesday, March 4, 2014
Taiwan -- Kidnapping and robbery suspect turns himself in
A robbery suspect surnamed Liu turned himself in to police and was later detained late Sunday night. Liu, along with his cousin, surnamed Wen, allegedly abducted a woman in an underground parking lot in Taichung and forced her into her car. The pair robbed the woman of NT$20,000 in cash and later made her use her credit card to purchase three gold necklaces worth NT$190,000. The pair released the woman and escaped with the cash and jewelry.
A new underground line of the Taipei Metro system running through the center of the capital city should be operational by the end of the year, according to a local media report.
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