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Apple Pay available in Taiwan from today: banks
Apple Pay will be available to users in Taiwan beginning 7 a.m. this morning, the 14th market in which the e-payment service has been rolled out.
 
Former President Ma Ying-jeou has been found not guilty of leaking confidential information or defamation by the Taipei District Court on Tuesday.
 
Comedian and daughter end high-profile feud
Terminally ill entertainment legend Chu Ke-liang (豬哥亮) and his daughter, the singer Jeannie Hsieh (謝金燕), released a joint statement Tuesday revealing that the duo had reconciled following years of estrangement.
 
A government-sponsored youth ambassador program is changing direction this year to align with the administration's ongoing "New Southbound Policy," shifting its focus to ASEAN countries.
 
Summerhill takes Tour de Taiwan GC lead
U.S. UnitedHealthcare Pro cyclist Daniel Summerhill takes first place at the third stage of Tour de Taiwan 2017 in Taoyuan on Tuesday, March 28.
 
The wife of former Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) member Lee Ming-che (李明哲), who disappeared in China last week, said Tuesday her husband had been detained by Chinese national security agencies.
 
Day 4 of Mazu's pilgrimage
Worshippers on Tuesday, March 28, cram the street facing Feng Tain Gong (奉天宮), a temple in Singang, Chiayi County, on the fourth day of the Mazu Pilgrimage.
 
The Legislature's Economic Committee said Tuesday the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) must review a license extension for a mining concession near Taroko National Park that rights groups argue infringes on aboriginal land rights.
 
Former President Ma found not guilty in wiretapping case
Former President Ma Ying-jeou has been found not guilty of leaking confidential information or defamation by the Taipei District Court on Tuesday.
 
Schools won't be on the hook for adjunct professors pension payments
The Ministry of Education pulled a U-turn Monday, retracting a previously announced policy that would have included all nontenured professors under the umbrella of the Labor Standards Act.
 
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