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2061 2009-06-07 The Ritual Ceremony on the Fifteenth of May (Lunar Calendar) Administrator 561
2062 2009-06-06 The 51th Annual Alumni Association of the China Medical University, Taiwan Administrator 372
2063 2009-06-04 Ecological Environment in Holy Mountain Administrator 567
2064 2009-06-01 Planting Two of Taiwan's Unique Endangered Tree Species - Holy Mountain Administrator 647
2065 2009-05-31 A Guide to Lai-ho Literary Landscape Administrator 572
2066 2009-05-30 Cultivating Vegetables, Mowing Grass & Making Tea - Holy Mountain Administrator 665
2067 2009-05-29 Lai-ho Volunteer Day Administrator 604
2068 2009-05-28 The 115th Anniversary of Lai-ho's Brithday Administrator 483
2069 2009-05-24 The Rushing Cattle Festival - Taichung City Administrator 646
2070 2009-05-23 The TWFuture East Coast National Internet Party Administrator 489
2071 2009-05-23 The Year 2009 International Human Rights Forum Administrator 539
2072 2009-05-21 Holy Mountain Activity - Hot Administrator 841
2073 2009-05-17 Taipei 517 Anti Ma, Pro Taiwan Rally Administrator 408
2074 2009-05-17 517 Local Non Partisan People Power, Kaohsiung Rally Administrator 374
2075 2009-05-17 Taiwan Independent & Support Chen Shui-Bian Rally (Kaohsiung) Administrator 563
2076 2009-05-16 Pray for Former President Chen Shui-Bian Gathering Administrator 511
2077 2009-05-16 My heart goes with Taiwan, Even though in sickbed. Administrator 370
2078 2009-05-16 Holy Mountain Activity - Children Administrator 549
2079 2009-05-15 A Romantic Situn Concert Administrator 539
2080 2009-05-15 Prof. Sheu B. H. Surveyed the Holy Mountain Administrator 389
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Democratic Progressive Party legislators Yao Wen-chih, left, and Tien Chiu-chin, center, with Green Consumers’ Foundation chairman Jay Fang, hold a press conference outside the legislature in Taipei yesterday, calling on the government to suspend the operation of the Guosheng Nuclear Power Plant in Wanli District, New Taipei City, to allow a safety inspection.
Photo: Chien Jung-fong, Taipei Times

Environmental protection groups and legislators yesterday urged the Atomic Energy Council to reject a proposal by Taiwan Power Co (Taipower) to resume operations at the No. 1 reactor of the Guosheng Nuclear Power Plant in Wanli District (萬里), New Taipei City (新北市), saying that it should first explain why seven anchor bolts of the reactor were damaged.

During a temporary shutdown on March 16 for routine maintenance of the reactor, problems were discovered with some of the anchor bolts used to secure the bottom of the reactor to the steel-reinforced concrete substrate.