• NTU slips to 198 in global university rankings 全球最佳大學排名 台大跌至一百九十八名新低

  • CTBC Bank wins eASIA award for ‘big data’ efforts

  • Apple launches confirm expectations

  • EU could start screening foreign investment: Juncker

  • Tighter Web controls jolt companies, scientists

  • Movement and stillness

  • Movement and stillness

  • Rocking rural Kinmen

  • Rocking rural Kinmen

  • These streets are made for walkin’

  • Bigger acts, smaller stage, zero impact

  • Bigger acts, smaller stage, zero impact

  • Bigger acts, smaller stage, zero impact

  • Public-sector employees to get pay rise

  • Chang Guann coexecutives exhaust court appeals

  • Talim sea alert likely to be lifted

  • Lionel Messi finally conquers Buffon

  • Lionel Messi finally conquers Buffon

  • Lionel Messi finally conquers Buffon

  • Indians eye 101-year-old record

  • Maria Sharapova reflects on rivalry with Williams

  • Pakistan celebrate international revival

  • Lai’s pay hike is backed by DPP, KMT lawmakers

  • KMT calls for Hochen Tan to resign

  • Advocates urge changes to protect foreign spouses

  • DPP legislator calls for old residence to be designated a cultural landmark

  • Ex-national team coach fined for illegal gambling

  • Prosecutors summon two retired police officials in probe of procurement fraud

  • Singapore gets first female president without election

  • Rebel Wilson wins US$3.62 million in defamation suit against Bauer Media

  • European leaders view ravaged islands

  • Astronauts reach ISS for five-month mission

  • FEMA: 25% of Florida Keys homes gone

  • Lula facing new round of quizzing in corruption case

  • US gay marriage pioneer Edith Windsor dies at 88

  • JUICY FRUIT

  • THE WET STUFF

  • STUDENT PERCUSSION

  • BRAVO MOONCAKES

  • HONEYMOON IS OVER

  • HUNDRED PERCENT FORGED

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