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Monday, October 27, 2014
The Cabinet is reportedly planning to offer landing visas to Chinese visitors to Taiwan's islands of Kinmen, Penghu and Matsu starting Jan. 1 next year, according to the local press on Sunday.
Sunday, October 26, 2014
Health authorities yesterday revealed that more than 9 tons of allegedly tainted tallow have been made into food products that have been shipped to various bakeries and food vendors in Taiwan and Hong Kong.
Taiwan -- Rainbow flags flutter at local LGBT Pride parade
Around 65,000 people yesterday marched toward Ketagalan Boulevard (凱達格蘭大道) as part of the 2014 Taiwan LGBT Pride (2014台灣同志遊行) parade event in celebration of the LGBT population and bringing awareness to the demographic.
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Taiwan -- Youth overseas service concludes training, to post overseas
A total of 86 substitute conscripts yesterday have concluded their training and will soon be posted overseas as part of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs' (MOFA) overseas service mission, the MOFA announced Friday.
Re-election-seeking Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chu is leading her major contender Yang Chiu-hsing by a wide margin, according to results of a recent survey.
Morris Chang, chairman of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. and a highly respected businessman, said Saturday he feels the nation's highest income tax bracket of 40 percent is too high.
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Business Today reported that around 13 percent of the tea leaves tested by international inspection firm SGS contain pesticide residue.
Saturday, October 25, 2014
Taiwan -- Uni-President used Vietnamese tallow
Nineteen instant noodle products from Uni-President Enterprises Corporation (統一企業) were pulled from shelves yesterday for containing tallow from Vietnam, following the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) issuance of a preventive recall on Oct. 22; Vietnam officials have not yet proven that these oil products are edible.
Taiwan -- Pxmart sells expired food items: former employee
A former Pxmart Co. Ltd. (全聯福利中心) employee, surnamed Chang, revealed that the supermarket chain store has sold expired food items during a press conference yesterday afternoon in Taipei.
Controversial issues regarding punishment for illegal food companies under the Act Governing Food Safety and Sanitation will be deliberated next week.
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