Monday, June 20, 2011
A man was killed yesterday when he was struck in the head by a plastic raft's propeller blade while diving in waters off Pingtung County, according to a witness.
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
An unemployed man in southern Taiwan was arrested by police yesterday after sending a e-mail threatening President Ma Ying-jeou's life.
Sunday, May 15, 2011
Kenting National Park in the southern tip of Taiwan was the most visited national park in the country last year, followed by northern Taipei's Yangmingshan National Park and Taroko National Park in eastern Taiwan, according to officials statistics released Saturday.1 Comment
Thursday, April 28, 2011
Pingtung District Prosecutors Office asked for the death sentence for the murder case of Huang Chenwei (黃振維), the man who hacked his parents and brother to death, according to the chief prosecutor Tsai Junglung (蔡榮龍).1 Comment
Featuring local and international cuisines making use pork knuckles, the World Pork Knuckle Festival will start on July 1, according to Council of Agriculture (COA).
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
The Pingtung County government will hold its annual Bluefin Tuna Cultural and Sightseeing Festival (黑鮪魚文化觀光季) from May 7 to July 3 and combine the famed delicacy with local heritage.4 Comments
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Does kindness ever lead to good endings? A Pingtung woman offered free room and board to two visiting job searchers out of kindness, but in return they robbed her.
Monday, April 4, 2011
Two men were arrested for using illicit drugs over the past two days during the “Spring Scream,” one of the most popular and longest-running music festivals in Taiwan, police said yesterday.1 Comment
Monday, March 28, 2011
Government officials yesterday inaugurated Taiwan's first moveable bridge that allows the passage of boats, and expressed hope that the new southern Taiwan landmark will help attract more tourists.
Thursday, March 17, 2011
Law enforcement agents yesterday raided the offices of a credit card services network suspected of forwarding mainland Chinese visitors' credit card spending records in Taiwan back to China by bypassing Taiwan's taxation authorities and National Credit Card Center (NCCC).