• More than 70% of Taiwanese students too shy to ask questions in class 台生愛面子 超過七成上課不願發言

  • Microbes flourish in deepest spot in world’s oceans: study 研究︰微生物在世界海洋最深處生機蓬勃

  • Economy rises a lackluster 1.54 percent

  • Unilever to buy another 22.5% stake in India venture

  • Pyongyang glitters in N Korea’s gloom

  • The right to rest

  • The right to rest

  • The right to rest

  • Lin Yi-shih guilty on two counts

  • Dutch party nationwide to celebrate their new king

  • Dutch party nationwide to celebrate their new king

  • Dutch party nationwide to celebrate their new king

  • Hawks pull even, Nets survive

  • Jason Collins becomes first openly gay US pro athlete

  • Froome, Wiggins at odds over Sky leader in France

  • Athletics outlast Angels in 19 innings

  • New York Jets cut quarterback Tim Tebow

  • Benteke stars as Villa batter Black Cats

  • Benteke stars as Villa batter Black Cats

  • Betis fight back to rescue point against Depor

  • Betis fight back to rescue point against Depor

  • Pandiani offers Barca hope

  • National self-defense key to peace, stability: official

  • AIT project seeks to link US, Taiwanese students

  • Quarantined foreigners without NHI to pay

  • Cancer on the rise, statistics show

  • Blind musicians build life with music

  • Dhaka under pressure on safety rules

  • Dhaka under pressure on safety rules

  • Attacks on dissident’s brother’s home persist

  • EU to slap two-year ban on pesticides to save bees

  • Virgin Galactic test flies rocketship for private space travel

  • THE MAN IN THE YELLOW MASK

  • FIRE IN THEIR EYES

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