2018/10/23  
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ATP reportedly disabled on speeding Puyuma train
A Puyuma Express train derailed in Yilan yesterday when turning a bend, killing 18 people and injuring 190. Taiwan Railways Administration worked through the night to restore the service, and an investigation is underway on the cause of the crash. The TRA said they're considering the possibility of the driver manually disengaging the train's automatic speed regulation system. The Yilan District Prosecutors Office confirmed today that the train had been speeding above the safety limit before ...(more)
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Stop the trains? Debate opens on suspending Puyuma Express
Premier Lai Ching-te visited Yilan to meet victims of yesterday's horrific train crash, the first ever to involve Taiwan's Puyuma Express trains. He raised the possibility of suspending the Puyuma line if the trains were found liable for the crash. But academics say that suspending the Puyuma simply isn't practical and that the real cause of the crash may have been shortage of ...(more)
Shocking scenes from Taiwan’s worst rail disaster in 4 decades
Now we go back to shocking scenes from yesterday, from what authorities say is the worst rail disaster in 40 years. There were 366 passengers on the Puyuma Express traveling along the East Coast when it careered off the tracks, overturning and crushing several to death instantly.

At 4:50 p.m. on Sunday, the Puyuma Express 6432 service was passing through Xinma station when it came off the ..(more)
CPC offers “return one, get one free” scheme after fuel fiasco
CPC Corporation has extended its refund period a day after admitting its Taoyuan refinery had supplied substandard 95-octane to gas stations in northern Taiwan for 21 days. The state-run refiner emphasized that the problematic fuel doesn't pose an immediate danger, but that it could cause abnormalities in the fuel gauge. Today CPC extended its "return one, get one free" program by six months. ..(more)
Taiwanese duo place first in Hong Kong harbor swim
More than 3,000 swimmers hit the waters of Victoria Harbour last weekend for Hong Kong's annual New World Harbour Race. Taiwanese swimmers emerged victorious in both the international men and women's divisions.

In the men's event, Taiwanese teen Cho Cheng-chi placed first in the 1-kilometer swim with a time of 10 minutes, 45 seconds, an event record. The top finish in the women's ..(more)
A German vendor with red bean cakes causes a stir
New Taipei's Banqiao District has many street vendors. One stands out from the rest with her strikingly different looks. Her name is Michelle, and she's in Taiwan by way of Germany. Michelle has lived in Taiwan since her high school graduation. Over the years, she's learned Chinese, Taiwanese, and how to cook up a delicious red bean cake.

She greets her customers warmly in fluent ..(more)

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CPC said the substandard 95-octane could damage the vehicle’s flow sensor and cause abnormalities in the instrument panel, but that it didn’t pose an immediate danger to the vehicle.
 
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