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1701 2009-04-25 The Ritual Ceremony on the First of April (Lunar Calendar) Administrator 325
1702 2009-04-25 228 Memorial Wall Administrator 469
1703 2009-04-19 Anti-leaning Towards China, Saving Taiwan People Rally Administrator 331
1704 2009-04-18 Ceremony of Consecrating Taiwanese Divinities' Monument Administrator 520
1705 2009-04-12 Taiwan Crisis, People Mobilization Administrator 369
1706 2009-04-12 Holy Mountain Activity - Slope Finishing Administrator 458
1707 2009-04-11 Taiwan Deserves More International Space Administrator 354
1708 2009-04-05 Holy Mountain Cultivation Administrator 485
1709 2009-04-04 228 Taiwan Divinities Monument Administrator 460
1710 2009-04-02 The Memorial of the Taiwanese Martyred Spirit Liao Shu-Hsin Administrator 401
1711 2009-03-29 The grand opening ceremony of Dr. Sheu's Clinic Branch Office Administrator 358
1712 2009-03-29 Holy Mountain Movement Administrator 509
1713 2009-03-28 Protest Rally Against Government Official Kuo Kuan-ying's Racist Remarks Administrator 359
1714 2009-03-23 228's Monumental Day for Taiwan Nation-Building Movement Administrator 463
1715 2009-03-22 Taiwanese Viewpoint of the History of Taiwan Administrator 367
1716 2009-03-21 Appreciation of Human Rights Documentary Administrator 371
1717 2009-03-15 March 15 Anti-Casino, Anti-Retrogression Rally Administrator 357
1718 2009-03-14 Eliminating Treason & Resisting Hegemony People Assembly Rally Administrator 379
1719 2009-03-15 Holy Mountain Activity - Blooming Coreopsis Administrator 493
 
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Newsflash

Premier Lin Chuan (林全) yesterday instructed the Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC) to form an investigative committee from members of the central bank, and the ministries of justice and finance after the New York branch of Mega International Commercial Bank (兆豐銀行) was ordered to pay a massive fine for violating US money-laundering rules.

Lin said he hopes that the details of the case are clarified as soon as possible, and that any Mega International employees responsible for the situation are identified.