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  • Taiwan legislators bypass earthquake act for new resolution

    Discover the latest on Taiwan’s legislative decision not to review the "April 3 Earthquake Reconstruction Act" draft, focusing instead on a resolution for Hualien’s post-disaster reconstruction.
    2024/07/16 15:46
  • New Taipei breaks ground on Da Chen Urban Renewal Project

    New Taipei City’s groundbreaking Da Chen Urban Renewal Project in Yonghe District aims to enhance safety and living conditions by 2028, reflecting residents’ relief and anticipation for their new homes.
    2024/07/12 17:21
  • Taiwan’s Tzu Chi charity earns praise for innovative designs

    Discover how Tsai Sheng-lun’s innovative disaster relief partitions, designed by Taiwan’s Tzu Chi Foundation, provide victims privacy and dignity and gain praise in Japan.
    2024/05/23 11:42
  • Hualien earthquake relief fund raises NT$1.59B

    Discover how the Disaster Relief Foundation, under the Ministry of Health and Welfare, successfully raised NT$1.59 billion for Hualien earthquake victims through a nationwide campaign, concluding on May 3 with significant public participation and a commitment to transparency through a forthcoming audit.
    2024/05/03 16:34
  • Taiwan and Japan discuss stronger ties for regional peace

    Explore the recent meeting between Taiwanese Vice President Lai Ching-te and Japan’s LDP delegation led by Takako Suzuki, focusing on strengthening economic ties and regional peace.
    2024/04/30 14:03
  • MOFA thanks Czech Republic for Taiwan quake relief donations

    Discover the story of solidarity and international cooperation as Taiwan’s MOFA thanks the Czech Republic for a generous donation to aid Hualien’s earthquake reconstruction, highlighting the deep-rooted partnership and shared values between the two nations.
    2024/04/30 13:36
  • KMT’s Fu Kun-chi defies criticism, proceeds with China visit

    Kuomintang legislator Fu Kun-chi confirms his visit to China amid Hualien earthquake disaster, aiming to promote Taiwanese agricultural products, encourage cross-strait peace, and attract Chinese tourists, despite concerns over the timing.
    2024/04/24 13:49
  • Taiwan earthquake fundraiser nears NT$1 billion target

    The "0403 Hualien Earthquake Fundraising Program" has gathered significant support, nearing the NT$1 billion goal with contributions from international and local donors. This collective effort underscores global solidarity in disaster recovery.
    2024/04/23 11:33
  • Taiwan unveils NT$3B plan to revive tourism after quake

    Discover how Taiwan’s Minister of Transportation and Communications, Wang Kwo-tsai, unveils three comprehensive revitalization plans for Hualien following a devastating earthquake. These initiatives aim to support the local tourism industry, provide accommodations for victims, and offer subsidies to tourists, with an estimated budget of NT$3 billion. Learn more about the impact of the April 7.2 magnitude quake on Hualien’s tourism, including hotel closures and layoffs, and the government’s efforts to rejuvenate the area in the coming months.
    2024/04/17 13:19
  • Jay Chou, Hannah Quinlivan donate NT$1M to quake-hit NDHU

    Renowned Taiwanese singer Jay Chou and his wife, Hannah Quinlivan, donate NT$1 million to National Dong Hwa University for earthquake relief in Hualien, also contributing to the Chinese Christian Relief Association with NT$4 million. Their generosity aids in the recovery from severe damages, including a major laboratory fire and the destruction of dorms, showcasing Chou’s commitment to public welfare.
    2024/04/16 16:44
  • Taiwan raises NT$720M for Hualien earthquake relief efforts

    Hualien earthquake fundraising efforts by MOHW, local government, corporations, and public raise over NT$720 million for relief and recovery.
    2024/04/12 11:40
  • Taiwan raises NT$580M for Hualien quake relief in 8 days

    Here is a meta description for the given story: The Ministry of Health and Welfare’s Hualien disaster relief project has raised nearly NT$580 million to aid reconstruction efforts following the powerful 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck off the coast of Hualien on April 3, causing severe damage.
    2024/04/11 12:08
  • TAO urges Taiwan not to politicize post-quake aid offers

    Explore the recent urging by China’s Taiwan Affairs Office towards Taiwan to avoid political manipulation and embrace mutual aid, following a magnitude 7.2 earthquake in Hualien County. Despite China’s prompt offer of assistance, Taiwan declined, highlighting the complex cross-strait relations.
    2024/04/10 16:17
  • Heroic Rescue Dog Roger makes int’l news after earthquake

    Discover the inspiring journey of Roger, a rescue dog from the Kaohsiung Fire Bureau, who became a hero by finding victims in the aftermath of a 7.2 magnitude earthquake in Hualien, Taiwan. Initially trained as a drug-sniffing dog, Roger’s boundless energy led him to a career in search and rescue, culminating in international recognition for his bravery. As he approaches retirement, Roger’s story highlights the invaluable contributions of rescue dogs in disaster relief.
    2024/04/10 15:53
  • Brazilian deputies donate $10K to Taiwan earthquake relief

    The Taiwan Friendship Group of the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies, with 212 members, donated $10,000 to support Taiwan’s Hualien earthquake relief efforts. Group chairperson Junio Amaral, who recently visited Taiwan, expressed admiration for Taiwan’s hospitality and people. The donation affirms Taiwan’s strong will in facing challenges.
    2024/04/10 14:18
  • TSMC Foundation leads rapid aid in Hualien after quake

    Following the devastating earthquake in Hualien, the TSMC Charity Foundation, led by Chairwoman Sophie Chang, has swiftly provided targeted assistance to those most in need, focusing on areas overlooked by government efforts and directly engaging with affected communities.
    2024/04/09 16:54
  • Dong Hwa University to rebuild fire-damaged building

    Following the destruction of its physics and engineering building due to an April 3 earthquake, National Tung Hwa University in Hualien announces a reconstruction plan, supported by donations and school funds, aiming for completion by next September. The university emphasizes rapid restoration of the academic environment, collaboration with Tzu Chi University for student support, and has initiated a 24-hour hotline for emotional assistance. Appeals are made for broader disaster relief contributions to help restore Hualien’s natural beauty.
    2024/04/08 17:00
  • Taiwan raises over NT$140M for Hualien earthquake relief

    The Taiwan Foundation for Disaster Relief has raised over NT$140 million in donations to aid Hualien earthquake victims with disaster relief, medical care, shelter, and reconstruction. Most funds were received through LINE Pay.
    2024/04/08 10:29
  • Taiwan shelters become a hot topic on Japanese social media

    Following a significant earthquake in Taiwan, the Tzu Chi Foundation’s "Fuhui Privacy Screens" for disaster relief shelters and widespread public support for the victims have garnered attention from Japanese netizens, underscoring Taiwan’s advanced disaster response strategy.
    2024/04/05 18:48
  • Taiwan VP Lai Ching-te’s sympathy letter to Japan published

    Taiwanese Vice President Lai Ching-te’s letter expressing sympathy to Japan for the Noto Peninsula earthquake was published in the Hokkoku Newspaper on February 1. Lai’s message, along with a similar one from Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, emphasized Taiwan’s willingness to assist in the relief and recovery efforts. Lai mentioned that the Taiwanese government promptly offered aid, including a contribution of 60 million Japanese yen, while private donations from Taiwan have reached 2.5 billion yen. Lai also paid tribute to Yoichi Hatta, an engineer from Ishikawa Prefecture who worked on infrastructure projects in Taiwan, demonstrating the enduring gratitude of the Taiwanese people. The newspaper also featured a photo of Lai’s visit to the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa in 2011 when he was the mayor of Tainan.
    2024/02/01 16:50
  • Taiwan collects NT$392M for Japan earthquake relief

    The Ministry of Health and Welfare (MOHW) has received nearly 120,000 donations, amounting to over NT$392 million for the "Noto Peninsula disaster relief fund." Following a 7.6-magnitude earthquake on New Year’s Day 2024, the MOHW established a specialized account for aid and reconstruction efforts in Japan, which will accept donations until Friday. The Department of Social Assistance and Social Work, under the MOHW, has been accepting contributions since January 5. Donations can be made through convenience stores and bank transfers, and the collected funds will be handed over to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs for disaster relief. To ensure transparency and facilitate tax purposes, the MOHW has created a service website where donors can provide their relevant information after making a contribution.
    2024/01/16 14:57
  • Tigerair Taiwan aids Japan with disaster relief supplies

    Tigerair Taiwan transported six boxes of disaster relief goods, including winter blankets, to Japan following the devastating earthquake. Chairman Kevin Chen believes the airline’s extensive network and frequent flights can provide significant support to disaster areas. Taiwan’s Ministry of Health and Welfare has established a dedicated disaster relief account to receive donations. The Taiwan Development Association for Disaster Medical Teams, the first non-governmental organization from Taiwan, has entered the hard-hit Suzu City in Japan to provide medical relief. Relief efforts from Taiwanese civil groups continue, despite the Japanese government’s refusal of official aid from several countries. This demonstrates Taiwan’s commitment to assisting international neighbors in times of crisis.
    2024/01/06 16:07
  • Tsai Ing-wen expresses solidarity with Japan after quake

    Following Japan’s recent earthquake, Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen has expressed solidarity and established a relief fund to aid the Japanese government’s rescue and reconstruction efforts in Ishikawa Prefecture.
    2024/01/05 22:28
  • Japanese netizens thank Taiwan for generous earthquake aid

    Taiwan’s donation for disaster relief in Japan after a powerful earthquake has garnered gratitude from Japanese netizens. The government announced a donation of 60 million Japanese yen (NT$13 million) on Jan. 4, prompting comments from Japanese internet users expressing gratitude for Taiwan’s consistent support during times of distress. The funds will aid Japan’s government in relief and reconstruction efforts, with Taiwan’s Executive Yuan setting up an account to facilitate domestic and international donations. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and related units in Taiwan remain in close contact with Japan, ready to provide further aid as the death toll rises and the search for missing individuals continues.
    2024/01/05 17:56
  • Taiwan pledges 60 million Yen aid to earthquake-hit Japan

    In a display of solidarity, Taiwan has committed 60 million Japanese yen to aid Japan following the 7.6 magnitude earthquake in Noto Peninsula. This contribution, led by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, underscores the strong ties between Taiwan and Japan.
    2024/01/04 15:03
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