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How to return local exchange time in time series?

I use the following code to get data:

df1=ek.get_timeseries('2330.TW',fields=["Open","High","Low","Close","Volume"], start_date = "2018-08-02T01:00:00" ,end_date='2018-10-27T23:00:00',interval='minute')

but it does not return the local time format , it should be Taiwan timezone, how to fix it ,

Thanks

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Hi,

Please try to convert the return dataframe to your desired timezone.

import pytz

eastern = pytz.timezone('Asia/Shanghai')

df.index = df.index.tz_localize(pytz.utc).tz_convert(eastern)

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thanks , it is very helpful.