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Family of late collector not to pursue envelope believed stolen 21 years ago

Taipei Times 21 Feb 2021
Family members voiced concern after an envelope appearing to be one of the collection’s more valuable items recently went up for auction on an Internet forum. An envelope bearing commemorative stamps from then-US president Dwight Eisenhower’s 1960 visit to Taiwan is pictured on auction platform Panlung yesterday.
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Taiwan in Time: Koxinga’s final assault

Taipei Times 23 Jan 2021
Tonio Andrade writes in How Taiwan Became Chinese that “Radis directed Cheng’s attention to a redoubt located on a hill above Fort Zeelandia ... However, in 1659, Ho was caught cheating in a tax-farming auction and later discovered to be illegally collecting tolls from Chinese ships leaving Taiwan ... I want to conquer Taiwan and use it as a base.”.
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Third edition of Art Future in Taipei to feature works of more than 450 artists

Taipei Times 19 Jan 2021
Taipei’s Artdoor Gallery, Cloud Gallery, FreeS Art Space, Galerie Grand Siecle, IT Park Gallery, Liang Gallery, and Yiri Arts; Taichung’s Art Ile, Kuan Art Space, and Yami Art Space; and the Taiwan Contemporary Lacquer Association, are some of the participants, it said.
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FTCCI seeks more support measures for rice exports

The Hindu 13 Jan 2021
Govt. urged to buy paddy and auction it to exporters following Taiwan model of implementing MSP ....
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Chinese vase valued €800 sells for €1.2m at Irish auction

The Irish Times 27 Nov 2020
A Chinese vase was the surprise lot in a Sheppard’s auction on Friday when it sold for €1.2million. The 54cm tall Chinese Celado, which had been valued €800-€1,200, was sold by auctioneer Michael Sheppard during the Castlehyde two-day sale at their Durrow Auction house ... Commenting on the sale, auctioneer Philip Sheppard said.
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Chinese vase valued at €800 sells for €1.2m at Irish auction

The Irish Times 27 Nov 2020
A Chinese vase was the surprise lot in a Sheppard’s auction on Friday when it sold for €1.2million. The 54cm tall Chinese Celado, which had been valued at €800-€1,200, was sold by auctioneer Michael Sheppard during the Castlehyde two-day sale at their Durrow Auction house ... Commenting on the sale, auctioneer Philip Sheppard said.
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