2019/7/18  
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Tropical Storm Danas less likely to make landfall
Tropical Storm Danas may not make landfall in Taiwan after all. The storm’s eye had been expected to approach Yilan, but it has now veered east from its projected path. The storm is now more likely to track out to sea. The Central Weather Bureau says residents of Eastern, Central and Southern Taiwan should still take precautions against heavy rain.

The storm had changed its path after being affected by the topography of Luzon Island in the Philippines. But forecasters warn that a ...(more)
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President Tsai meets health minister of St. Vincent and the Grenadines
President Tsai Ing-wen’s 12-day diplomatic tour has taken her to St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Over her one-and-a-half-day stay, she addressed the parliament and hosted a luncheon for local alumni of Taiwan universities. She also paid a call on the country’s health minister, who had spoken up for Taiwan at the World Health Assembly in May.

It’s broad smiles all around. President Tsai ...(more)
Margin between Tsai and Han narrows significantly with third candidate: poll
A new poll shows that President Tsai Ing-wen would win in a two-way presidential race against the KMT’s Han Kuo-yu. In a poll by a DPP-leaning think tank, respondents favored Tsai with 46% of the vote, while Han had 39%. But the think tank says if a third candidate emerged, the election would become very closely fought. If either Terry Gou or Ko Wen-je entered the ring, Tsai’s lead would ..(more)
GPS provider Holux Technology to lay off entire workforce
GPS provider Holux Technology says it’s laying off its entire workforce due to slowing sales. The news came after a two-month delay in salary payments reported earlier this year. Holux is a Taiwanese brand whose main product is car navigation systems. It has posted negative growth for nearly 10 years, amid the surging use of smartphones and the rise of GPS-enabled vehicles.

Holux ..(more)
AI offers new promise for women who want to conceive
Doctors are using the power of artificial intelligence to help women who hope to conceive. In an exciting new procedure, scientists are able to use AI to screen for the healthiest eggs to fertilize in vitro. Then they use AI to identify fertilized eggs with the best chances of survival. Today in Taichung, a woman shared her experience with the procedure alongside her new bundle of joy. ..(more)
Stretching skin boosts hair regrowth in mice: study
A team at Taipei Veterans General Hospital has found that stimulating the skin can encourage hair to grow back. Their research, which is based on animal tests, has been published in the Nature Communications journal. The findings could be a step toward finding a cure for baldness.

The team waxed off the fur of mice and used a special device to mechanically stretch a section of their skin ..(more)
Children serve as immigration officers for a day
Visitors to the National Immigration Agency got a surprise today as their paperwork was expertly handled by children. Nine pint-sized recruits participated in a summer program organized by the NIA. The kids learned what it’s like to be an immigration officer. They also tried their hand at processing Alien Residence Cards and enrolling travelers in e-Gate.

Today these tiny immigration ..(more)

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