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Tuesday, February 24, 2015
With the government set to launch phase-two water rationing on Thursday, electronics, chemical, base metal, textile, petrochemical, and pulp and paper industries will be the hardest hit, according to the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA).
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Taichung's Hoya Resort Hotel Wuling (武陵富野渡假村) announced yesterday that they would be temporarily closing their doors after a number of patrons caught norovirus (諾羅病毒) from infected resort employees during their stay.
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) yesterday said that the blueprints of the Syntrend Creative Park (三創數位生活園區) will be revealed within the next two weeks.
Taiwan -- Year of the Goat sky lanterns released in Pingxi
An 8-foot-tall lantern featuring traditional goat patterns and cartoon sheep was released into the sky in Pingxi, New Taipei Sunday as part of a time-honored tradition to welcome in the Lunar New Year.
A prominent Buddhist leader yesterday lashed out at Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je for questioning a plan by the Tzu Chi charity group to develop a piece of conservation land in the capital city.
Taiwan -- Taipei Lantern Festival turns to Tang Dynasty
The annual Taipei Lantern Festival (臺北燈節) is staging its first-ever lantern showcase based on Tang Dynasty poetry, featuring explanatory notes in Chinese and English.
Taiwan's Food and Drug Administration announced Sunday it has banned imports of Canadian beef products effective that day following the confirmation of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE)— better known as mad cow disease — in a beef cow in Alberta.
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Rain is likely in Taiwan during the coming week due to increasing seasonal winds, with Northern and Eastern Taiwan expected to be the most affected, the Central Weather Bureau said Monday.
Hong Kong health authorities confirmed Monday one more human case of avian influenza A (H7N9) infection in a 61-year-old man who visited the Chinese province of Guangdong earlier this month to buy chickens.
Thailand wants Taiwanese travelers who have visited before to come back for more in-depth trips by promoting less-known destinations within the country.
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