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Burst giant yellow duck back on show in Taiwan

A giant yellow inflatable duck which exploded on New Year's Eve returned to a Taiwan port on Friday after it was repaired and cleaned, organisers said. Hundreds turned out in Keelung on the north of the island to welcome back the 18-metre-tall (59-feet) duck following two days of maintenance after it burst and deflated into a floating yellow disc Tuesday. It was the second time that a replica of the bath toy had burst while on show in Taiwan. The duck exploded just hours before crowds gathered to count down the new year.

'Duck Dynasty' to release the Quackin' August 14

By Tim Molloy NEW YORK (TheWrap.com) - A&E wants to make sure you didn't duck its latest billboard campaign: After huge signs promising it would "Release the Quackin'" on August 14, the network officially confirmed the date Tuesday as the start of "Duck Dynasty" Season 4.

Duck tops the bill in farewell Hong Kong appearance

Thousands said farewell Sunday to a giant inflatable yellow rubber duck which has captivated Hong Kong, on its final day in the city's harbour before it heads to the United States. The southern Chinese city has taken the 16.5 metre-tall (54-feet) duck, conceived by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, to its heart since it arrived under tow on May 2 to cheering crowds.

Hong Kong cries fowl as giant rubber duck deflates

The giant inflatable rubber duck which has attracted tens of thousands of visitors since it sailed into Hong Kong two weeks ago was reduced to a sad deflated disc Wednesday in the city's harbour. Duck mania has gripped Hong Kong since its arrival, with locals and tourists flocking to catch a glimpse of the 16.5-metre-tall (54-feet) artwork, conceived by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman.

Hong Kong cries fowl as giant rubber duck deflates

#reactionDiv_gig_containerParent {display:none;} AFP The giant inflatable rubber duck which has attracted tens of thousands of visitors since it sailed into Hong Kong two weeks ago was reduced to a sad deflated disc Wednesday in the city's harbour.
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