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Plight of homeless in focus ahead of Universiade
One of the last things that anyone would probably expect to happen to them is to lose their home and suddenly end up on the streets. However, according to people well versed on the issue, today's unpredictable social and economic environment means that being made homeless could happen to anyone, with experts calling for more to be done to resolve the situation.
 
Taipei guide: Four places where fireflies light up the night sky
It's that time of the year again.
 
In the bad books
National Taiwan University (NTU) President Yang Pan-chyr (楊泮池) looks over at local media in Taipei, Sunday, April 23.
 
Meet good dogs: These two were abandoned in a garbage dump
These two tiny puppies have had a very rough start in life.
 
A festive Taichung Mazu International Festival
Of all the Mazu-worshiping ceremonies and related religious activities worldwide, none is as boisterous and popular as Central Taiwan's iconic and distinctly Taiwanese procession.
 
Don't feed the fish
In this undated file photo, a scuba diver is surrounded by tropical fish in Kenting National Park, Pingtung. Park administrators said Thursday they would now strictly enforce the rule that visitors may not feed the wild animals in the park -- a violation subject to a NT$3,000 fine. Home to sika deer, monkeys and rare fish, Kenting has seen a rash of visitors using food to get the animals' attention, park administrators said.
 
Dr. Ko's on the case
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲), famously a surgeon before he entered politics, examines Deputy Taipei Mayor Charles Lin's (林欽榮) wound, Wednesday, April 18.
 
Kinmen otters in 3-D
This promotional photo from the Kinmen County Government shows a scene from the latest 3-D animated film by pioneering Taiwanese director Yang Jen-Hsien. Currently in post-production and slated to hit theaters this summer, the feature film stars the common otter of Kinmen County.
 
Everything you'd want to know about Taoyuan rice
A giant rice cooker constructed of wood is displayed at an exhibition spotlighting the rice culture of Greater Taoyuan, which touts itself as the "Granary of Northern Taiwan," on Wednesday, April 19.
 
Street dog no more
This file photo supplied by the New Taipei City Government shows a woman holding a puppy destined to become a civil servant. The city government has adopted 83 strays. Currently, 33 work in the police department and 26 in the local environmental protection agency.
 
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