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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.
 
Activists call for 'black coal' ban
Environmental protection activists in Yunlin County engage in a standoff with police on Friday afternoon, Dec. 9.
 
Actress pays respects to father
Taiwanese actress Joey Wang (王祖賢) prays at her father's funeral service at the Taipei City Mortuary Services Office First Funeral Parlor (台北市立第一殯儀館), Friday, Dec. 9.
 
Taipei police have arrested a man who attempted unsuccessfully to rob a Taipei branch of Standard Chartered Bank with a knife before fleeing.
 
A magnitude 5.2 earthquake occurred off the eastern Taiwan county of Yilan at 12:09 p.m. Friday, according to the Central Weather Bureau. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.
 
All about IT
Models perform at a booth in the Taipei World Trade Center building on Thursday, Dec. 8. The performance was one of many promotional events that companies with booths at the Taiwan IT Month fair put on to attract potential business partners and customers.
 
A Samsung Galaxy S6 cellphone emitted smoke on a China Airlines (CAL) flight from Palau to Taiwan Wednesday, but did not cause any injuries or flight delay, the carrier said Thursday.
 
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