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Hey everybody, I wonder if anybody knows when Fubon bank will be functioning again. I know that for the Chinese New Year they are close and all but I really need to go and check something. I wonder if the Central is open? and if is the case then where is it? Appreciate the help in advance
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I had to open an account there last month and they were tying to tell me about internet banking, but I had to "sign up" for it. I didn't bother at the time because no one spoke much English and I was short on the virtue of longsuffering. I may go back on a better day and ask about it, but I bet it's in Chinese.
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