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Kaohsiung lays on free bus rides for kids
To celebrate this year's Children's Day on April 4, the operator of the double-decker | tour bus in Kaohsiung City announced Saturday that it will offer children under 12 years of age free rides on weekdays for the entire month of April.
 
Word on the Street: How do you like the double-decker tour bus?
We accosted folks at Huashan Cultural Park to get their thoughts on Taipei streets' latest attraction.
 
This one is a puppy without a name
We don't know much about this one, except that he's had a rough time in life so far.
 
Round the Island: Penghu's strange advanced botany
Penghu County is famous as a paradise for birds and a preserve for rare turtles. This month it also national headlines for something quite different.
 
Calla lily festival kicks off in Yangmingshan
The 2017 Calla Lily Festival -- one of the biggest flower festivals in Taipei -- kicked off Friday, offering visitors an opportunity to enjoy flowers at various farms in the Yangmingshan area over the coming month.
 
Naruto the ninja mayor
Taipei City Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) dresses up at Naruto Uzumaki, the main character from the famous Japanese manga series "Naruto" at the opening ceremony of the 2017 Calla Lily Festival on Friday, March 24.
 
Popular American-style eatery "Second Floor Café (貳樓)" will be setting up a food truck at the Songzhi Road plaza of Taipei 101 on March 25 and March 26, selling fusion-style burgers to the general public in order to raise money for charity.
 
Who you gonna call? The police? We are the police!
A Miaoli County police officer breaks a window using the "window-breaker" extension to her retractable baton in a demonstration on Friday.
 
Ready for some flora?
This photo provided by the Taichung City Government shows a computer graphic of the main pavilion of the 2018 Taichung World Flora Exposition. The office manager in charge of the expo Fan Shih-yi (范世億) said on Friday that all pavilions are currently under construction and will be ready for official opening by November next year.
 
I believe I can fly
An event organizer demonstrates how to use a 12-meter-tall ritualistic swing at a promotional event for the "Chiayi County Heidi Festival" on Friday, March 24.
 
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