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American builds business to promote Taiwan’s tea culture

Taipei When American Andy Kincart first arrived in Taiwan in 1989, his main goal was to learn Chinese while working as an English teacher, and he knew very little about Taiwan's tea culture.Today, Kincart, 56, is an entrepreneur who exports organic Tai...
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Abandoned railway station bringing past to life

Kaohsiung Old things can be valuable in modern times, when plastic and fast food dominates some people's lives, like the Cishan Station built in the Japanese colonial era on a railway line in Kaohsiung that long ago fell into disuse with the rise of ro...
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Wet weather forecast for Sunday

Taipei The weather in Taiwan continued to be warm Saturday, with the highs during the day to hit 25-28 degrees Celsius, but it will turn wet and cooler in the coming days, the Central Weather Bureau (CWB) forecast.Due to the approach of a frontal syste...
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China Reports 15 More Deaths From Coronavirus, Bringing Toll to 41

China is reporting another 15 deaths from the coronavirus, bringing the toll from the disease to 41, and an additional 180 people sickened in central Hubei province.The new figures, announced by officials in Hubei province, brought the number of confir...
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China Tries to Stop Spread of Virus But No Vaccine in Sight

China has locked down 10 cities out of concern about the spread of the mysterious new coronavirus, which has infected more than 880 people and killed at least 41.The all-out effort to curb the disease involves military doctors and the creation of scien...
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President Tsai meets Head of European Economic and Trade Office Filip Grzegorzewski

During a meeting with Head of European Economic and Trade Office Filip Grzegorzewski on the morning of January 22, President Tsai Ing-wen thanked the European Union (EU) for its continued concern for Taiwan and cross-strait development. She also expres...
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President Tsai receives congratulations from US Senator Cory Gardner via phone

On the evening of January 21, President Tsai Ing-wen spoke by phone with US Senator Cory Gardner, thanked him for calling to congratulate her on her re-election, and expressed hope that the Taiwan-US partnership will grow even closer.During the course ...
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Chinese City Stops Outbound Flights, Trains From Wuhan to Fight Virus

Chinese state media say the city of Wuhan is shutting down outbound flights and trains as the country battles the spread of a new virus that has sickened hundreds and killed 17.The official Xinhua News Agency said Thursday that the city also asked peop...
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President Tsai expresses condolences on passing of President Jaroslav Kubera of the Senate of the Czech Republic

In response to the passing of Jaroslav Kubera, President of the Senate of the Czech Republic, Presidential Office Spokesperson Alex Huang (???) stated that upon hearing the news, President Tsai Ing-wen immediately instructed Foreign Minister Joseph Wu ...
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