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  • DPP, PFP exploring areas for cooperation in 2016 elections

    TAIWAN News
    26 Apr 2015 | 2:43 pm
    Cooperation between the DPP and other parties could add to the problems faced by KMT candidates in 2016
  • Taiwan donates US$300000 to Nepal in wake of massive quake - Focus Taiwan News Channel

    TAIWAN news - Google News
    25 Apr 2015 | 7:08 pm
    Taiwan donates US$300000 to Nepal in wake of massive quakeFocus Taiwan News ChannelOn the instruction of Premier Mao Chih-kuo (毛治國), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) immediately relayed Taiwan's condolences to Nepal through Taiwan's representative office in India, Executive Yuan spokesman Sun Lih-chyun (孫立群) said Saturday.
  • ROC criminals can no longer hide in PRC: Ma

    China Post Online - Taiwan , News
    25 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - Cooperation between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait on stemming criminal activities is making it harder for Taiwanese criminals to hide from the law, President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) said Friday in praise of achievements from the cross-strait joint crime-fighting agreement.
  • Lorient battle Marseille for 5-3 victory

    Taipei Times
    25 Apr 2015 | 5:00 pm
  • Taiwanese youth planning to promote Taiwan at World Expo in Milan

    Taiwan News
    25 Apr 2015 | 11:14 pm
    Taipei, April 25 A group of young Taiwanese adults is launching a campaign to promote Taiwan's international visibility during the upcoming World Expo to be held in Milan. The group decided to launch the campaign and raise funds for the project after Italian authorities declined Taiwan's wish to establish a national pavilion at the world's fair, agreeing instead to allow Taiwan to set up a corporate pavilion.
 
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  • Taiwan donates US$300000 to Nepal in wake of massive quake - Focus Taiwan News Channel

    25 Apr 2015 | 7:08 pm
    Taiwan donates US$300000 to Nepal in wake of massive quakeFocus Taiwan News ChannelOn the instruction of Premier Mao Chih-kuo (毛治國), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) immediately relayed Taiwan's condolences to Nepal through Taiwan's representative office in India, Executive Yuan spokesman Sun Lih-chyun (孫立群) said Saturday.
  • There's a Trend for Square-Faced Dogs in Taiwan - HUH.

    25 Apr 2015 | 10:04 am
    HUH.There's a Trend for Square-Faced Dogs in TaiwanHUH.A strange new trend has taken off in Taiwan for trimming your dog's facial hair in the shape of a perfect square, making them look absolutely bizarre. Apparently the trend has nothing to do with making your dog stand out in real life (although it will and more »
  • Taiwan Star to team up with firms to woo mainland travelers - China Post

    25 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    WantChinaTimesTaiwan Star to team up with firms to woo mainland travelersChina PostTAIPEI--Taiwan Star Telecom Corp. (台灣之星), one of Taiwan's smaller telecom operators, said on Saturday it will work with non-telecom Chinese firms to provide a wider range of services to woo mainland travelers, taking advantage of an increase in Taiwan does not need to choose between China and US: Jason HuWantChinaTimesall 4 news articles »
  • Taiwan expanding trade ties with PH - The Manila Times

    25 Apr 2015 | 8:38 am
    Taiwan expanding trade ties with PHThe Manila TimesTAIPEI, Taiwan: After years of strengthening economic relations, Taiwan and the Philippines are expected to continue experiencing increasing amounts of bilateral trade, according to Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs, with trade volume between the
  • This Taiwanese Dog Haircut Trend Is Totally Square - Refinery29

    24 Apr 2015 | 10:02 am
    Refinery29This Taiwanese Dog Haircut Trend Is Totally SquareRefinery29There's a new trend going around the puppy parlors of Taiwan. Dogs are emerging from the groomer with super shapely cuts: specifically, circular or square. While their little fluffy faces are geometrically pleasing, according to us, these canines would The shape of things to come for dog grooming: Pets have their fur trimmed to Daily MailPictured: New dog haircut craze sweeping internet sees pampered pooches mirror.co.ukall 4 news articles »
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    China Post Online - Taiwan , News

  • ROC criminals can no longer hide in PRC: Ma

    25 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - Cooperation between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait on stemming criminal activities is making it harder for Taiwanese criminals to hide from the law, President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) said Friday in praise of achievements from the cross-strait joint crime-fighting agreement.
  • Catcher Technology forecast to see Q1 EPS surge

    25 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - The earnings per share of casing maker Catcher Technology Co. (可成) surged in the first quarter from a year earlier, Daiwa Securities has forecast, based on the manufacturers' better-than-expected sales in the quarter.
  • Nantou farmers defend their teas amid allegations

    25 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - Tea farmers from Nantou yesterday vouched for the safety of their products after an ongoing probe into tainted tea drinks traced the origin of the materials to the central region.
  • ROC nabs mainland fugitive in cross-strait initiative

    25 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - The National Immigration Agency (NIA) announced Friday that a PRC national who had been listed as a fugitive in Taiwan for committing real estate fraud has been arrested.
  • Central bank chief denies presidential bid rumors

    25 Apr 2015 | 9:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - Taiwan central bank Gov. Perng Fai-nan (彭淮南) yesterday refuted speculation that he would run for president in 2016 after it was suggested that Kuomintang (KMT) Chairman Eric Chu (朱立倫) attempted to encourage the elder politician to seek the party's nomination.
 
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  • Taiwanese youth planning to promote Taiwan at World Expo in Milan

    25 Apr 2015 | 11:14 pm
    Taipei, April 25 A group of young Taiwanese adults is launching a campaign to promote Taiwan's international visibility during the upcoming World Expo to be held in Milan. The group decided to launch the campaign and raise funds for the project after Italian authorities declined Taiwan's wish to establish a national pavilion at the world's fair, agreeing instead to allow Taiwan to set up a corporate pavilion.
  • MOFA advises against travel to Nepal after powerful quake

    25 Apr 2015 | 2:04 pm
    Taipei, April 25 Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Saturday issued a travel alert urging people not to travel to Nepal following a magnitude 7.8 earthquake in the South Asian country earlier in the day that has killed hundreds. In a statement, the ministry called on Taiwanese nationals to postpone their plans to visit Nepal.
  • Hong Kong citizens considering emigrating to Taiwan

    25 Apr 2015 | 9:54 am
    Taipei, April 25 Some Hong Kong citizens are considering emigrating to Taiwan due to political instability in the special administrative region, especially since last September's Occupy Central protest for democracy, people familiar with Hong Kong are saying. Chang Tieh-chih, chief editor of City Magazine in Hong Kong, recently moved back to Taipei after living in Hong Kong for two and a half years.
  • Taiwan central banker denies presidential bid

    25 Apr 2015 | 5:49 am
    Central Bank Governor Perng Fai-nan on Saturday denied media reports he would run for president at the insistence of Kuomintang Chairman Eric Liluan Chu. Prospective candidates for the January 16 election can pick up registration forms until mid-May, but Chu has consistently denied he was planning to run for president, leading to speculation about who might represent the Media reports said Saturday that Chu had been trying to persuade Perng, 76, to take up the challenge and run for president.
  • Taiwan nabs Chinese fugitive in cross-strait initiative

    24 Apr 2015 | 9:23 pm
    Taipei, April 24 Taiwan's National Immigration Agency announced Friday that a Chinese national who had been listed as a fugitive in Taiwan for committing real estate fraud had been arrested. The April 22 arrest represents the latest result of the Agreement on Jointly Cracking Down on Crime and Mutual Legal Assistance Across the Strait inked between Taiwan and in 2009.
 
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    The View from Taiwan

  • China's South China Sea Records are Fakes

    24 Apr 2015 | 11:48 pm
    The Taitung plain from above...I linked to this a few days ago when Bonnet alerted me to this, but it is important enough to deserve its own notice. Francis-Xavier Bonnet, the scholar of South China Sea claims, has demonstrated that the early Chinese claims are all fake (direct download link). The abstract to whet your appetite:Several authors writing about the Chinese claim to the Paracel Islands have dated the first official Chinese expedition to these islands to 1902. However, none of these writers have been able to show any records of this expedition taking place. In fact,…
  • KMT round up

    24 Apr 2015 | 9:52 pm
    The entrance to the Baonon bikeway. This is the old Japanese coastal highway. As I recall, there's no information anywhere along this road that gives this fact. One of the key effects, and probably, key functions, of the new tourism infrastructure in Taiwan is eliminating history by turning it into homogenized and identical leisure facilities with no location in time and no relation to the past. That is just as true of the so-called Old Streets. The Miaoli county government, long a KMT redoubt, isn't going to get a bailout from the central government:The Finance Ministry (財政部)…
  • Wednesday Links

    22 Apr 2015 | 7:16 am
    Cattle crossing.Tough day. Too tired to post. Enjoy some links...SPECIAL: Taiwan in Cycles on cycling and air quality in TaiwanKMT chair Eric Chu to meet China President Xi on May 4Chu rules out presidential bid for second time this week. Theories abounding -- but one outstanding one I keep hearing is that he is reluctant to run because there are some iffy land deals in Taoyuan involving his family. Meanwhile current candidate Hung Hsiu-chu came out with some comic stuff about the greatness of China, total deep Blue fantasyland that locals will reject. Doesn't anyone in the KMT have the sense…
  • Coasting

    21 Apr 2015 | 2:48 am
    Leaving Taitung city for Chenggong on Sunday.Man. It's been months since I've done back to back days of 100 kms. I was terrified I'd never be able to ride like that again. I'm still among the walking wounded, but at least I was able to ride a couple of easy 100 km days across southern Taiwan. What a joy! As always, click READ MORE...We met up on Friday night in Fangliao, a nondescript fishing village in Pingtung which will likely become a mini-Mecca for journalists if Tsai Ing-wen is elected president. Although there isn't much to Fangliao, it is the site of many happy ride memories for me,…
  • KMTitanic 8: Eric Chu = Monkey Wrench

    20 Apr 2015 | 4:33 am
    Land reclaiming on the east coastTommy Ryan: If this is the direction the rats are going that's fine with me!Well. As I was busy riding on the east coast this weekend, Eric Chu, Chairman of the KMT and the one person everyone in that party wants to run announced that he wasn't going to run and would explain why later...New Taipei City Mayor and Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) Chairman Eric Chu (朱立倫) yesterday said he would explain why he is not running for president after the period for aspirants to sign up ends on May 16.Thing is, he sounds serious. In fact, for months the famous…
 
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  • Photos From Chinese New Year, 2015, Round Two

    thenhbushman
    19 Apr 2015 | 3:00 pm
    Photos by MJ Klein (many of them are geotagged)   Finding myself a little bored, I took Phoenix for a walk with my camera.  This is where we started out – in an alley where Hui-chen’s aunt and uncle live. And this is the other end of the alley. I thought I would take a bunch of street photos to try and give our readers and idea what it’s like to walk down a typical street in Taiwan.  Unless you’ve been here it’s hard to imagine just how commerce oriented Taiwan really is.  It seems that everyone is selling something, just about everywhere. Shops expand to…
  • The Xinpu Hakka Festival

    thenhbushman
    12 Apr 2015 | 3:00 pm
    Geotagged photos by MJ Klein   Hui-chen went looking on the internet for something to do, and she found this local festival in Xinpu, a township close to where we live.  It coincided with the Lantern Festival, and at first I thought it was just a local Lantern Festival, but as I looked around, it seemed a little different.  This festival apparently is a Lantern Festival that celebrates the Hakka People, and this area has many Hakka Taiwanese.  Hakka people came from China to Taiwan a very long time ago.  We have a friend who is a 9th generation Taiwanese Hakka.  There was…
  • Low ISO, Long Exposure Experiments

    thenhbushman
    5 Apr 2015 | 3:00 pm
    Photos by MJ Klein   I’ve done high ISO exposures with the D7000 and there are many artifacts and strange colors, noise, etc., as a result.  So, I decided to take some photos at ISO 100, with a long duration to see what happened.  I alternated between noise reduction on and off, and it’s hard for me to tell the difference.  Here are 4 photos that I processed in Lightroom: Taken from my roof, this is what the factories across the street look like. Below are various other shots from my roof.  You can click on any photo, go to the Flickr page and view the EXIF data if you…
  • Cute Phoenix Photos From Chinese New Year 2015, Round One

    thenhbushman
    2 Apr 2015 | 3:00 pm
    Photos by MJ Klein   Over Chinese New Year, I took about 1,400 photos.  I was determined to get some good shots of Phoenix and Mommy doing various things.  Here we see Phoenix and Mommy waiting for a bus to take us to the Dream Mall (we were in Kaohsiung). Phoenix has some cute looks that she puts on her face at various times, and this was one of those times. This is the Dream Mall amusement park on top of the mall building.  Phoenix and Mommy are riding a motorized bear car around.  You can see 2 more such cars in the background.  Phoenix enjoyed steering around herself. Ready,…
  • Miaoli Strawberry Festival

    thenhbushman
    26 Mar 2015 | 3:00 pm
    Geotagged photos by MJ Klein   The family and I went down to Miaoli at the start of the Strawberry Festival.  We found that most of the strawberry picking places weren’t really ready for customers, so after driving around and not finding one, we went to the cultural center where strawberry products were on sale. This photo was taken in December, and already Phoenix is considerably taller.  At this writing she’s a few days from being 2 years and 5 months, and she is over 96cm tall.  She’s holding her rabbit she got in Neiwan recently. Even though it was December, the…
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    The Daily Bubble Tea

  • February Instagrams

    Todd Alperovitz
    31 Mar 2015 | 8:05 am
    The February edition of my Instagram favorites contains images captured exclusively in Nantou County in exotic locales such as Nantou City, Caotun Township, Jhongsing Village, and Puli Township. Enjoy! At the Edge of the Neighborhood The Calligrapher Follow me! Everything’s Looking Up Steel Reserve Reaching
  • January Instagrams

    Todd Alperovitz
    9 Feb 2015 | 7:12 am
    Here are a few images posted to Instagram during the first month of 2015. These images were taken in Jhongsing Village, Caotun Township, and Taichung City. Potted Killer Bees An Old Building in Caotun o o O o o Abandoned Units Josie gets her hair washed Nathan gets his haircut
  • Xinyi Township Plum Blossoms

    Todd Alperovitz
    18 Jan 2015 | 8:06 am
    Here are a handful of photographs from our family’s trip to Nantou County’s Xinyi Township [信義鄉] to see plum blossoms [梅花]. We’ve visited several times and it gets more and more popular every year. We saw a parking spot while inching up the mountain towards Fengguidou [風櫃斗] but opted to continue driving to the Liujia Plum Farm [] down the mountain instead. That turned out to be an even bigger parking nightmare so I decided we should park beyond the farm so getting out would be easier. We ended up parking in Xinxiang Village [新鄉村] which according to…
  • Oct / Nov / Dec Instagrams

    Todd Alperovitz
    4 Jan 2015 | 8:02 am
    Here’s a handful of images posted to Instagram from October through December. There wasn’t much posted during that period as my phone was having technical difficulties. These images were taken in Jhongsing Village and Caotun Township in Nantou County. Glow The Mothman Prophecies Greens and Blues The White House Looking for a Home An Alley in Caotun Township
  • Leofoo Resort

    Todd Alperovitz
    17 Oct 2014 | 9:18 am
    Room with a View Our children had a fabulous time during our family adventure to Leofoo Resort in Hsinchu County. The resort’s main attraction is the fantastic view guests have of the hotel’s courtyard. Inside are seven different kinds of animals: giraffes, rhinoceroses, zebras, lemurs, goats, flamingos, and tortoises. The lemurs there are extremely bold. They’ll often jump on the walkway and won’t even flinch until a visitor gets around a half a meter from them. Then they’ll jump or run away.  One of them hit me in the face with its tail as it jumped while I…
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    Fili's World

  • Visions of Guadalajara : Mexico

    Fili
    24 Apr 2015 | 1:00 pm
    During one of the cold storms of Illinois I felt like I had no choice but to run away and warm up during the weekend. The visit to Mexico City left a lasting impression on me and so I was looking for something similar that might offer a bit of colonial history, a taste of local culture, good food and friendly locals. Direct flights from Chicago brought up Guadalajara as an option, and a quick lookup showed that it might offer me what I needed, with its old town and Tequila close by. Although it was a very short weekend trip, I believe I was able to cover Guadalajara and Tequila quite well,…
  • Crusader Fortress : Old City of Acre – Northern Israel

    Fili
    23 Apr 2015 | 2:48 pm
    The old city of Acre is one of Israel’s top treasures, a gorgeous ancient city dating back thousands of years overlooking the Mediterranean Sea with a very high concentration of terrific tourist attractions. In my previous visits to Acre I just walked the old city markets, enjoyed the fortifications and the local food, but in my last visit to Acre I made it my mission to explore the city as a tourist, to try and see everything that Acre has to offer. And what a lovely surprise that was. Beneath the old city is a maze of underground tunnels connecting between the different tourist…
  • Lincoln Home National Historic Site : Springfield Illinois

    Fili
    22 Apr 2015 | 7:33 am
    Illinois, unfortunately, is not a major tourist destination with the obvious exception of the city of Chicago. It’s rather flat and cold, and its history isn’t as exciting as other states in the US. But, Illinois is especially proud of one thing in its history – Abraham Lincoln. Illinois even markets itself as the "land of Lincoln". Visiting Springfield, the capital town of Illinois, you’ll have a lot to see and experience that has to do with the Lincoln family, starting from statues of the Lincoln family throughout the old city, the Lincoln family home, and…
  • Musical Instruments Museum : Phoenix Arizona

    Fili
    19 Apr 2015 | 10:36 am
    Every big city has an arts museum, most have a natural history museum, and a regional history museum, and when you roam around the world for a few years it’s hard to really be excited about these any more. There’s a limit to how many Picassos, Chagalls, and dinosaurs bones you can see before you grow tired. So in recent years I’ve grown a special interest in specialty museums, quirky alternative museums that specialize in things we don’t often think about and are rather rare around the world. One of the best such specialty museums I had the pleasure of discovering…
  • Visions of Rome: Italy

    Fili
    16 Apr 2015 | 7:22 pm
    In the last year I’ve had the pleasure of stopping over in Rome on three different occasions. The first couple of times it was only for a day or two, one of those with circumstances beyond my control when my connecting flight was cancelled and Alitalia sponsored my unexpected stay. Even though these first two times were very brief, Rome has already made a very lasting impression on me as one of the most special cities I’ve ever been to. The third time was longer, visiting my sister who by then moved to Rome and was therefore able to offer me a more local less touristy view of the…
 
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    Mark Forman: Photo Land

  • So Wasup

    Mark Forman
    11 Apr 2015 | 5:11 pm
    I know it's been a while since I've posted here, ranted in your ear, hopefully stimulated you through an image or some words and some music, etc. been busy with work which has been a lot of new product design for others and also for myself. Have a look at this on new IPhone grip system I'm getting ready to introduce. My photos are getting more and more experimental(or not). Basically I'm focusing more and more on shooting whatever impression I had at the moment. Less focused on what image or types of images will get likes or pluses on social media sites. Pretty liberating actually. It always…
  • What’s Up With That?

    Mark Forman
    15 Mar 2015 | 5:31 pm
    One of the nice things about having your own site is that you can just rant and shout into the abyss with abandon. If passer's by want to join in-well that's great. If they want to shake their heads out of pity or disgust, well that's ok too. This was from a day where it was pissing down rain-I know you couldn't tell from the picture. I wear glasses so going out in the rain offers some inconveniences and challenges. My camera is weather-proofed so that is less of an issue. I have auto-focus lens on so I can hold umbrella in one hand and camera in the other. I did manage to keep most rain off…
  • Been a Long Time Since I Rock and Rolled

    Mark Forman
    23 Feb 2015 | 6:26 pm
    Been a while since I've posted something here. Well of course I've been posting on other sites. We all know that Facebook , Google and even that rich zombie of a company Yahoo-via Flickr all offer photo hosting with blogging functionality. So individual sites like this one tend to get a little neglected...awww-get out the violin right? lately in fact I've been fairly active at the latest cool kids site-Ello , which is actually quite good. Photos format much larger there so they can be enjoyed more. There is a high level of participation there between folks sharing media there. We'll see how…
  • On Learning Martian

    Mark Forman
    25 Jan 2015 | 6:36 pm
    Photography is something that was always easier for me when alone. Numerous times when I went out with my son for some father son time if I brought the camera I'd find myself ignoring him some because I was distracted by 'shots" that caught my eye. I got tired of this tug of war and so if I wanted to spend time with my son, I didn't bring the camera. Lately I've been going for regular photo walks with my friend Gabe (the photographer next to the Martian text). It is still a little bit distracting having someone with you, but a bit easier since they too have a camera and they get the "being in…
  • GaoMei Wetlands

    Mark Forman
    19 Jan 2015 | 5:00 pm
    GaoMei Wetlands by Mark Forman on Exposure
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    in Taichung

  • Maple Garden Park

    taiwanese
    25 Apr 2015 | 6:10 pm
    No matter which season it is, walking in the Maple Garden is a visual enjoyment! Located next to Taiwan Boulevard in Taichung City, Maple Garden is a unique U-shaped recreational greenland for the city residents. It has an area of 3 hectares, and contains a lake, red trees, green grass, and observatory bridge. It is a great place for talking a walk, going on a date, and exercising. During the day, there is comforting greenness, and at night, it is filled with sleepless lighting. It has only been opened for half a year, and has rapidly become one of the most famous scenic spots in Taichung.
  • Calligraphy Greenway

    taiwanese
    23 Apr 2015 | 6:01 pm
    Calligraphy Greenway is a scenic parkway that runs from the National Museum of Natural Science all the way to the Eslite bookstore. Start your tour at the Science Museum, where it is convenient to park your motorcycle. You can also get to the museum by bus number 83, 86, or 88. Walk from the museum to Taichung Port Road 5 minutes away. Cross Taichung Port Road, and you will see a greenway in the median full of tall, straight trees covered by a blue sky with white clouds. Take off your shoes and ramble barefoot on the grass. As you walk along the Greenway, you will come across beautiful…
  • Taiwan Girl Playing on Drums

    taiwanese
    29 Mar 2015 | 8:20 am
    Amazing Taiwan Girl – Drummer Does BIGBANG Fantastic Baby -Street Performance Wow can you give us comment how amazing is that girl :3 she play drum very well don’t you think so. So give us a thump up.
  • Gay marriage protest mass-wedding ban

    taiwanese
    24 Mar 2015 | 5:42 pm
    Gay marriage advocates yesterday protested the registration rules of the Taipei United Marriage Ceremony event, as the city moved to establish a new, separate ceremony open to gay couples. “Homosexuals desiring to marry should not be viewed as something to be quarantined and given ‘special treatment’ — they should be treated as members of society and as part of everyday life,” Taiwan Alliance to Promote Civil Partnership Rights (TAPCPR) chief executive officer and attorney Victoria Hsu (許秀雯) said. Activists accompanied a lesbian couple who submitted registration forms for this…
  • Taichung to replace BRT

    taiwanese
    23 Mar 2015 | 5:40 pm
    Taichung Mayor Lin Chia-lung (林佳龍) announced Monday that the city’s existing bus rapid transit (BRT) system will be replaced by “optimized dedicated bus lanes” that will start operation July 8. “The optimized dedicated bus lanes will replace the not-yet-born BRT, while taking the safety and efficiency of motorists, motorcyclists and pedestrians into consideration,” Lin said during a city administration meeting. In addition, the new measure will also be able to save as much as NT$28 billion (US$824 million) allocated to complete the system, Lin added,…
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    Peanuts Daily

  • Pollution: Beijing babies have lower IQs

    peanutsdaily
    22 Apr 2015 | 4:30 pm
    According to a recent survey, air pollution can affect short-term memory and IQs of babies. A survey has been done in the US proving that pregnant mothers living in a polluted environment will have babies with IQs 7 points lower than an ‘average’ baby. Peanuts Daily transposed the study to Beijing in China. Indeed, the […] The post Pollution: Beijing babies have lower IQs appeared first on Peanuts Daily.
  • Horoscope April 20th to 26th 2015

    peanutsdaily
    19 Apr 2015 | 4:30 pm
    Our team of psychics, astrologists, mediums and soothsayers discovered what will happen this week for you. Here is Peanuts Daily’s Horoscope April 20th to 26th 2015.   Aries: You consider your talents well below amateur status and you are right. You have no talent in anything. You won’t succeed in anything you try this week. […] The post Horoscope April 20th to 26th 2015 appeared first on Peanuts Daily.
  • Music and IQ study: IQ depends on the music

    peanutsdaily
    15 Apr 2015 | 4:30 pm
    A new study made by the BBMI (British Bureau of Music Interpretation) has just been released. This organization used its resources to make an International survey lasting 3 years. 17,000 people from 138 countries have been surveyed. They had to choose their 3 favorite music styles. Then, they passed an IQ test. Below, you can […] The post Music and IQ study: IQ depends on the music appeared first on Peanuts Daily.
  • Horoscope 13th April to 19th, 2015

    peanutsdaily
    12 Apr 2015 | 4:30 pm
    Our team of psychics, astrologists, mediums and soothsayers discovered what will happen this week for you. Here is Peanuts Daily’s Horoscope 13th April to 19th, 2015.   Aries: Don’t just talk about grand trips around the world. GO! Be a Doer and not a talker for once. If you have any bit of courage, you will […] The post Horoscope 13th April to 19th, 2015 appeared first on Peanuts Daily.
  • Singles 18 to 30 holidays in Fukushima soon

    peanutsdaily
    8 Apr 2015 | 4:30 pm
    If you have ever holidayed in the Spanish islands such as the Canaries Island, you might know the very popular type of holiday named 18-30 type package holidays. If you have never heard of this type of holiday, it’s pretty much where large groups of desperate singles all go to one resort, drink copious amounts […] The post Singles 18 to 30 holidays in Fukushima soon appeared first on Peanuts Daily.
 
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