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1. Japan-based author first Taiwanese to win Akutagawa Prize
Japan-based writer Li Kotomi was awarded the Akutagawa Prize on Friday, becoming the first Taiwanese to capture the prestigious (聲望很高的) award recognizing talented up-and-coming authors.
She was picked for her work "An island where red spider lilies bloom," which was first introduced in the March edition of the Japanese literary magazine Bungakukai.
the Akutagawa Prize：日本文學振興會主辦的「第165屆芥川獎及直木獎」
An island where red spider lilies bloom：彼岸花盛開之島（red spider lilies：紅蜘蛛百合花）
It tells the story of a matriarchal society on a fictional island between Taiwan and Japan, which poses questions about gender equality.
The young author, who was born in Taiwan in 1989 and moved to Japan to study in 2013, said she felt grateful for her multicultural background, which have become the "flesh and blood" of her literary works.
be grateful for：心存感激
flesh and blood：有血有肉、血肉（肉與鮮肉）
2. Denmark Scientists Discover Northernmost Island
A team of Arctic researchers from Denmark say they have accidentally discovered what they believe is the world's northernmost island located off Greenland's coast.
The scientists from the University of Copenhagen were on an expedition last month when they initially thought they had arrived at Oodaaq.
That island was discovered by a Danish survey team in 1978.
They instead wound up on an undiscovered island further north.
be located off：位於……附近
on an expedition：進行了一次探險
to arrive at：到達
Oodaaq：科學家原本想去烏達克島(Oodaaq Island)採集樣本，這座島在1978年被發現。譯自英文-Oodaaq或Oodap Qeqertaa是格陵蘭東北部的一排礫石和淤泥，曾被某些人認為是地球上最北端的陸地，儘管自發現以來，許多其他地方也被冠以這個稱號。它可能是由淺海冰山的撞擊造成的。
wound up：結束（to wind up的過去式）
The tiny island was apparently discovered as a result of shifting pack ice.
But the research team reportedly doesn't consider the discovery to be a result of climate change.
a result of：結果