Thursday, July 16, 2015
Giant panda Yuan Yuan (圓圓) may not be having another child after all, as experts determined Wednesday that one of Taipei Zoo's main attractions was not pregnant despite signs to the contrary.
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
The Taipei Fu-Hsing Private School Choir won gold at the Grand Prix of Nations Magdeburg 2015, which was held in Germany from July 5 to 12, the school said Monday.
A Yunlin County rice producer was fined NT$4.03 million (US$129,800) for mixing Vietnamese rice into two products sold as "Taiwanese rice" to a Taoyuan manufacturer andfor refusing to cooperate with investigators.
Tuesday, July 14, 2015
Hsu Tien-cheng, chairman of the New Age SETH Education Foundation in Kaohsiung, will accompany a group of cancer-patients to push for the summit of Jade Mountain this September. He spoke to many foundation members yesterday to drum up encouragement, local media reported.
Monday, July 13, 2015
A mainland Chinese woman, surnamed Wang, was stabbed 16 times by her ex-husband yesterday in Miaoli County, later dying from her injuries at a local hospital, the Central News Agency said., 1 Comment
Yilan Commissioner Lin Tsung-hsien was lauded for deciding against suspending work and school Friday despite the approaching Typhoon Chan-hom, which turned out to bring little wind or rainfall to the northeastern county, The China Times reported.
Dozens of stones were brought back to a beach in Eastern Taiwan where they were taken from 10 years ago after the person who gathered them up decided to atone for the mistake.
Friday, July 10, 2015
An explosion at a recycling yard in the Shulin District of New Taipei City left one dead and three with minor injuries, yesterday afternoon.
The dark cloud left by a vote-buying scandal last year in Fuhsing District, Taoyuan City, Taiwan's semi-autonomous indigenous region, may have a silver lining in Saturday's special election.