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Tuesday, August 19, 2014
Taiwan's top table tennis player Chuang Chih-yuan (莊智淵) on Sunday won the championship title at the Los Angeles Open, beating his Canadian rival Eugene Wang (王臻) with a score 4-0.
Taiwan -- Taiwan's Chuang takes No. 1 in LA
Yahoo Inc. said Monday its native advertising service in Taiwan is very likely to expand, as the new marketing concept has attracted many brand customers in the country and helped them save costs.
Administrative Deputy Minister Lin Shu-chen (林淑真) of the Ministry of Education (MOE) yesterday responded to press questions regarding the unclear deliberation of the new 12-year compulsory education system discussion.
Swimmers yesterday embarked on a 72-hour relay race across the Taiwan Strait from Hsinchu to Pingtang County (平潭縣) in mainland China.
Taiwan opened its doors yesterday to independent travelers from 10 more Chinese cities, bringing the total number of cities in the Free Independent Traveler program to 36, Chinese and Taiwanese tourism officials announced.
Far Eastern Air Transport (遠航) launched a regular non-stop route yesterday between the central Taiwan city of Taichung and Meixian in southeastern China.
Most people in Taiwan have no idea where the underground petrochemical pipelines run throughout the country but many have been taking an interest since a series of deadly gas explosions ripped through Kaohsiung last month, according to a recent poll.
A Taipei-based women's rights group and a local mobile developer are teaming up to launch an upgraded version of “HelpMee,” an app aimed at ensuring women can stay safe both in public and at home, the group said Monday.
Taiwan -- Firefighters protest lack of manpower and equipment
In the wake of the deaths of six firefighters in the Kaohsiung gas explosions, over 100 firefighters yesterday staged a demonstration outside the Ministry of the Interior (MOI) building, demanding the government respect firefighter's interests and rights.
FamilyMart (全家), the second largest convenience store chain in Taiwan, expects a 15-percent growth in sales of bread and baked goods thanks to
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