Saturday, June 1, 2013
A hot air balloon featuring the global smash-hit computer game Angry Birds will make its world debut in eastern Taiwan at a hot air balloon festival, the event organizers said yesterday.
A museum dedicated to bubble tea could open in central Taiwan's Taichung by the end of this year to promote tea culture and local tourism, the project's planner said recently.
Taipei City opened four new YouBike bicycle rental stations, bringing the total number of such stations around the city to 68, in its efforts to provide a convenient cycling service.
After years of renovation, Taipei Expo Park's Pavilion of the Future reopened today as a large botanical garden with over 1,000 species of plants.
Three police officers of a sub-bureau in Taoyuan accused of bullying and forcing two teenagers to eat dog feces were given demerits, indicted and have been shunted to other sub-bureaus, a local police official said Friday.
Friday, May 31, 2013
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Taipei Councilor Hsu Shu-hua (許淑華) yesterday accused a luxury postnatal care center in Taipei of being unregistered and of misappropriating emergency beds from West Garden Hospital.
A flyover featuring military aircraft and a skydiving show performed by paratroopers were staged yesterday in Taitung City as part of a rehearsal for an upcoming air base open house event.
Changhua County Magistrate Cho Po-yuan (卓伯源) yesterday released a statement saying that he did not authorize anyone to conduct illegal activities, in the wake of his brother's indictment on corruption charges., 1 Comment
The Maokong Gondola will resume normal operations on June 1, following the successful completion of annual maintenance over 19 days, the operator of the cable car system in Taipei City said yesterday.
Thursday, May 30, 2013
The Taipei City Government yesterday launched a “safety stickers” program in the wake of the tainted starch scandal., 1 Comment