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July, 28, 2016

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Sneaky snake
Two men hold a 2.6-meter-long Burmese python captured in a house in Taitung yesterday. The owner of the place recently found two chickens missing from the hen house and thought it was the work of burglars.
Ban on disposable cutlery effective August 1
Taipei City Deputy Mayor Chen Chin-jun and other officials hold stainless steel tableware at a press conference in Taipei, Tuesday, July 26. From Monday, August 1,
The organizing committee of the 2017 Taipei Summer Universiade has received about NT$500 million (US$15.43 million) in non-cash sponsorships from corporations, according to Taipei's Department of Sports.
A car-sharing service on the route from Taipei Zoo to Maokong Station will begin on Aug. 1, according to the Taipei City Public Transportation Office.
The Plaza Premium Lounge, which claims to bring "the comfort and convenience of a world-class travel lounge that's the next best thing to being at home," was inaugurated at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Tuesday.
The French team that won an international competition for the design of Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport's new control tower took its inspiration from the famous "Queen's Head" rock formation in Yehliu Geopark, the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) said.
Love rivers
A couple looks on at the Xindian River on Monday, July 25. The Taipei City Government has launched a special river bus that tours the Tamsui River and the Xindian River at night.
A high school student from Taipei has completed a novel working holiday program in outlying Kinmen County: creating 15 paintings capturing local scenery in exchange for a free two-week stay.
Taiwan fall to the Philippines
"Chinese Taipei" captain Liu Cheng (劉錚) scores a point in a match against the Philippines' Mighty Sports at the 38th William Jones Cup international basketball tournament in New Taipei City on Sunday, July 24.
Board out of their minds
A wakeboard rider soars through the air while wakeboarding during the 2016 Taiwan Wakeboard Competition in Taipei on Sunday, July 24. Riders from 10 countries gathered to the games in Keelung River over the weekend, competing in the two-day championships for the top prize of NT$180,000.
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