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Monday, October 27, 2014
Smoking is now banned at all stops along Taipei's 13 bus-only lanes, with violators facing a maximum fine of NT$10,000, the city's health officials said yesterday.
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In recent years, national efforts focused on preventative health care have increased awareness for the need of yearly physical check-ups, according to Cathay Healthcare Management (CHM).
Taiwan -- Indian Ladies Club celebrate Diwali festival of lights in Taiwan 
The Indian Ladies Club celebrated the Hindu Festival of Lights, Diwali, with a grand Diwali ball at the ACC Club on the 25th of October.
A rapid transit system connecting Taiwan's main airport to the capital city of Taipei will become operational by the end of 2015, Minister of Transportation Yeh Kuang-shih said Saturday.
Taiwan's petrochemical industry is feeling the brunt of slowing growth in China amid adjustments to the economic structure there, experts said, cautioning that other sectors including Taiwan's semiconductor industry could also soon be overtaken by China's.
An increasing number of Taiwanese businesses operating in China, known as Taishang in Chinese, have suffered operating losses over the past years, according to a study conducted by the Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association (TEEMA).
A new survey shows that nearly half of Taiwan's reporters say work makes them physically or mentally ill as their hours are stretched to the limits of endurance — and they are crying for help.
The National Health Insurance Administration (NHIA) is passing a policy to stop granting subsidies to clinics where more than 30 percent of patients receive physical rehabilitation treatment more than 200 times annually; doctors, however, said that some patients might be negatively impacted by this policy.
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Taiwan -- Taiwanese bands rock fans in Indonesia's capital
Three Taiwanese bands captivated fans at the Java Soundsfair in Jakarta, Indonesia, with electronic music that blends traditional Chinese music and other elements.
South Korean pop sensation Psy and other performers from the country left Taiwan Sunday after a night of heated performances at Taoyuan County Stadium.
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