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Taipei Sun digital IMAX theater to close in September


Source: https://focustaiwan.tw/business/202008080006

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Aug. 8 (CNA) Vie Show Cinemas' Taipei Sun, a digital IMAX movie theater located in the Ximending business district of downtown Taipei, will close next month following the expiration of its lease.

The Taipei Sun made the surprise announcement about the Sept. 8 closure on its Facebook page Friday, after serving movie goers in the capital city for 13 years.

Since opening on Aug. 3, 2007 the Taipei Sun, which is owned by the Vie Show Cinemas chain in Taiwan, has become an important venue for young people in the city and many youthful memories, the theater said.

The Taipei Sun's large, curved IMAX screen gave viewers a remarkable movie experience and despite the planned closure, "the theater is determined to do its best to provide customers with the best service possible up to the very last minute.

"We are grateful for the long term support from so many movie goers," The Taipei Sun said.

To express its gratitude to regular theater patrons, the Taipei Sun said it is launching a buy-one-ticket-get-one-free campaign and offering special gifts.

The Taipei Sun has four screens, including the digital IMAX screen and 836 seats, including seven for disabled patrons.



(By Wang Hsin-yu and Frances Huang)
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Popular Shanghai-style restaurant in Taipei to close after 70 years

Kao Chi to shut down Yongkang branch after failing to comply with government regulations


By Ching-Tse Cheng, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
2020/08/21 10:34



(Taiwan News) — Popular Shanghai-style restaurant chain Kao Chi (高記) on Thursday (Aug. 20) confirmed it would shut down its main branch on Taipei's Yongkang Street after being notified by the city government about violations to the Building Act.

Famous for its fried pork buns (生煎包) and Chinese pastries, Kao Chi opened eight years before its rival Din Tai Fung, in 1949. It was the first Shanghainese restaurant on Yongkang Street.

Its dishes are often served to foreign officials. The founder of the chain, Kao Su-mei (高四妹), was once invited to the Presidential Office Building to demonstrate his culinary skills.

The Yongkang branch manager said the restaurant was fined NT$240,000 (US$8,165) for violating the building code Wednesday (Aug. 19) and was told by the city government that its second and third floors could not be used for commercial purposes. He said the location will have its water and electricity cut off unless it makes improvements in two weeks, reported ETtoday.

Kao Chi said the restaurant could close as early as the end of August, but it hopes the government will allow further negotiation. It urged the government to consider the employees who have been working there for over a decade and ease the penalties.

Kao Chi has four locations in Taiwan, including the Yongkang branch. It also had three branches in Shanghai, but they all closed permanently due to the coronavirus, according to CNA.
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Popular Shanghai-style restaurant in Taipei to close after 70 years

Kao Chi to shut down Yongkang branch after failing to comply with government regulations


By Ching-Tse Cheng, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
2020/08/21 10:34



(Taiwan News) — Popular Shanghai-style restaurant chain Kao Chi (高記) on Thursday (Aug. 20) confirmed it would shut down its main branch on Taipei's Yongkang Street after being notified by the city government about violations to the Building Act.

Famous for its fried pork buns (生煎包) and Chinese pastries, Kao Chi opened eight years before its rival Din Tai Fung, in 1949. It was the first Shanghainese restaurant on Yongkang Street.

Its dishes are often served to foreign officials. The founder of the chain, Kao Su-mei (高四妹), was once invited to the Presidential Office Building to demonstrate his culinary skills.

The Yongkang branch manager said the restaurant was fined NT$240,000 (US$8,165) for violating the building code Wednesday (Aug. 19) and was told by the city government that its second and third floors could not be used for commercial purposes. He said the location will have its water and electricity cut off unless it makes improvements in two weeks, reported ETtoday.

Kao Chi said the restaurant could close as early as the end of August, but it hopes the government will allow further negotiation. It urged the government to consider the employees who have been working there for over a decade and ease the penalties.

Kao Chi has four locations in Taiwan, including the Yongkang branch. It also had three branches in Shanghai, but they all closed permanently due to the coronavirus, according to CNA.
This restaurant breach land law and property law, 2nd floor and above cannot not be used as restaurant
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