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January, 17, 2017

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Circular MRT line in progress
The first train for the new circular line on the Taipei Metro is seen in this picture. The train, which was unveiled on Monday after being delivered from Italy, features cutting-edge Italian designs and a yellow, white and black color scheme
 
Building comes full circle
Backhoes are seen in operation, Monday, Dec. 12, as they begin to dismantle the Chien Chen Circular Building at the intersection between Chongqing North Road and Nanjing West Road.
 
Star Cruises (麗星遊輪) is joining forces with the Syin-Lu Social Welfare Foundation (心路基金會) to launch a charity sale on its SuperStar Aquarius (寶瓶星號) this month, to bring love and warmth to the poor in winter.
 
Taiwan Taxi Co. is offering services for pets and their owners if they book in advance, while a hotel has designated a special room in which owners and their pets can stay together, under a Taipei City government program to create friendly spaces for animals.
 
2nd survivor pulled from capsized fishing vessel
A Chinese fisherman was pulled alive from the hull of a fishing boat Sunday, while the body of the captain was found on board, two days after it capsized off the coast of New Taipei City.
 
Paw enforcement
A volunteer traffic officer and a volunteer dog strike a pose during their patrol in Tongxiao Township (通霄鎮), Miaoli County, Sunday, Dec. 11.
 
Last call for IT Month
Visitors browse at the 2016 IT Month exhibition at the Taipei World Trade Center, Saturday, Dec. 10.
 
University of Iowa confers alumni award on local professor
"The students from Taiwan, who have gone to United States to study, have done a superb job over the past decades, and they are a main pillar of Sino-American cultural interchange," Alec B. Scranton, dean of the college of engineering of the University of Iowa said as he presented an Outstanding University of Iowa Alumni Award to Cheng Cheng-kung (鄭誠功) in Taipei.
 
Government exhibition showcases indigenous peoples' startup success
The Council of Indigenous Peoples (CIP) Friday opened an exhibition in Taipei celebrating the achievements of startups launched by indigenous people in their local communities.
 
Police on Friday questioned two men after the death of a 21-year-old woman in Taipei.
 
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