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  • Taiwan braces for fewer typhoons in 2024, CWB reports

    Discover the Central Weather Bureau’s forecast for Taiwan, predicting two to four typhoons from June to November, a figure that’s below average to normal. Learn about the impact of El Niño and La Niña on typhoon formation and Taiwan’s preparation for potential water conservation and disaster prevention measures.
    2024/06/25 15:20
  • Taiwan to test disaster alerts in English, Chinese at 4 p.m.

    Discover how Taiwan’s top mobile service providers, Chunghwa Telecom, Taiwan Mobile, and Far EasTone, are enhancing public safety with a nationwide disaster prevention notification test in English and Chinese on May 8 at 4 p.m. Learn about their commitment to timely emergency communication.
    2024/05/08 14:07
  • Indonesia eyes Taiwan’s excellent earthquake response

    Indonesian Vice President Ma’ruf Amin commends Taiwan’s disaster management, urging Indonesia to adopt similar strategies and technology for improved disaster response and prevention.
    2024/04/25 17:35
  • Taiwan experiences unusual surge in aftershocks

    Taiwan experienced a series of earthquakes on April 23, with magnitudes up to 6.3, linked to an earlier quake on April 3. Experts note an unusual increase in aftershocks, all originating from the same fault system in Hualien County. The public is urged to be prepared as Taiwan enters a period of frequent seismic activity.
    2024/04/23 10:55
  • Earthquake shakes Hualien: A 5.5 magnitude tremor reported

    A 5.5 magnitude earthquake hit Shoufeng Township, Hualien County, at 5:08 p.m. on April 22, followed by four aftershocks, prompting a national-level disaster prevention warning. The quake was felt island-wide, with varying intensities reported across different regions.
    2024/04/22 18:19
  • Taiwan prepares for dual weather fronts next week

    Taiwan prepares for severe weather with two significant fronts expected next week, bringing heavy thunderstorms and strong winds, especially in Taitung and Hualien. Following a severe thunderstorm in Taipei, the Taiwan Integrated Disaster Prevention of Technology Engineering Consulting director, Chia Hsin-hsing, warns of more intense conditions and advises residents to stay informed.
    2024/04/18 15:49
  • Taiwan urged to inspect old buildings after 7.2 quake

    Here is a meta description for the given story: Experts urge inspection of old buildings in Taiwan for earthquake vulnerabilities following 7.2 magnitude quake. Reinforcements recommended if structural damage found. Strong earthquakes occur every 60-100 years in eastern Taiwan. Urban renewal and disaster drills needed to reduce earthquake risks.
    2024/04/09 14:33
  • Rainy Tomb Sweeping weekend predicted for northern Taiwan

    Stay informed about the weather in Taiwan with updates from Consulting Director Chia Hsin-hsing of Taiwan Integrated Disaster Prevention of Technology. Be prepared for scattered showers in various regions starting next Thursday, coinciding with the Tomb Sweeping Festival. Stay alert for possible thunderstorms and heavier rainfall in central and southern areas in the coming days.
    2024/03/27 10:35
  • Taiwan to launch 320 civilian emergency response teams

    The Executive Yuan unveils plans for the Taiwan Community Emergency Response Team (T-CERT) in a recent policy report, aiming to establish 320 teams with 8,000 members within five years. Training will involve various sectors, drawing parallels to the civilian defense concept of the Kuma Academy. Despite opposition from Kuomintang legislators, the initiative focuses on disaster response, not military operations, in line with Taiwan’s Disaster Prevention and Protection Act. The teams, inspired by FEMA recommendations, are supported by the Ministry of the Interior and Ministry of National Defense.
    2024/02/20 16:37
  • Australian firefighters apologize for drinking on Taipei MRT

    Australian firefighters visiting Taiwan apologize for drinking beer on Taipei’s Mass Rapid Transit (MRT), as captured by local netizens. They publicly displayed their fine receipt, confirming payment of penalties for their actions. According to Taiwan’s Mass Rapid Transit Act, passengers caught eating or drinking in forbidden zones within the MRT system can be fined from NT$1,500 to NT$7,500. The firefighters were in Taiwan to promote disaster prevention concepts and international camaraderie, engaging in activities such as a calendar photo-shoot, exchanging ideas with Taiwanese firefighters, and trying local specialties like stinky tofu.
    2023/11/13 11:33
  • Taiwan experiences fewer typhoons this year

    Taiwan has experienced a relatively low number of typhoons this year, with only 16 recorded between January and October, according to Chia Hsin-hsing, the director of Taiwan Integrated Disaster Prevention of Technology. This figure is the third-lowest since 1951 and is significantly below the long-term average of 22.5 typhoons. While minor rainfall is predicted along Taiwan’s north and northeastern coast, extending to eastern Yilan and Hualien on October 31, the weather is expected to remain stable across the country from November 2 to November 5.
    2023/10/30 11:36
  • Unstable weather expected due to low-pressure system

    Taiwan faces unstable weather as a low-pressure system brings heavy rainfall and flooding to the southern regions. Central Weather Bureau warns of continued impact and potential disruptions.
    2023/08/17 17:20
  • Premier stresses public safety amid Typhoon Khanun’s threat

    Typhoon Khanun is located in the sea east of Taipei on Thursday (Aug. 03) and is expected to move northwesterly. This weather disturbance will likely cause increased wave activity in Northern and Northeastern Taiwan, with storm impacts likely in Keelung, the North Coast, and the northern regions of Yilan.
    2023/08/03 14:15
  • Schools conduct drills on disaster prevention day

    On the 23rd anniversary of the 921 Earthquake in Taiwan, schools conducted earthquake drills to reassess their preparedness in case of emergency.
    2022/09/23 14:00
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