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  • Hsiao Bi-khim sworn in as Republic of China’s vice president

    Hsiao Bi-khim was inaugurated as Taiwan’s vice president, pledging to protect the Constitution and Taiwanese interests. Her experience as a legislator and diplomat will shape her tenure.
    2024/05/20 18:27
  • High school student dies from injuries in Hualien quake

    A 17-year-old high school student, surnamed Huang (黃), tragically lost his life due to organ failure on April 25 after sustaining severe injuries in a magnitude 7.2 earthquake that hit Hualien County on April 3.
    2024/04/26 10:11
  • Taiwan struck by twin quakes, no link to past tremor

    Discover the details of two significant earthquakes striking off Taiwan’s eastern coast, as reported by the Central Weather Administration. Learn about the seismic events’ magnitudes, timing, and unique characteristics, emphasizing their independence from earlier tremors. Explore the geological context provided by experts, highlighting Taiwan’s position at a plate collision point and the implications for its earthquake preparedness.
    2024/04/25 14:45
  • 4.7 magnitude earthquake shakes Hualien, felt across Taiwan

    Discover the latest on the significant earthquake off Hualien County’s coast, as reported by the Central Weather Administration. With a magnitude of 4.7, this quake impacted various regions across Taiwan, prompting alerts for potential aftershocks. Stay informed on the seismic activity affecting Hualien, Nantou, Taichung, and beyond.
    2024/04/25 11:53
  • Quake in Hualien leads to higher fruit and vegetable costs

    Following a recent earthquake in Hualien, transportation costs for fruits and vegetables have surged, as reported by Chang Te-chi, secretary-general of the Ji-an Township Farmers’ Association. The damage has forced trucks to take a longer route, doubling travel time and causing frost damage to produce. Despite stable prices due to government efforts, concerns grow over rising expenses if the Suhua Highway remains closed. The Agriculture Development Department of Hualien County and the Taipei Agricultural Products Marketing Corporation highlight the financial strain on farmers and the logistics challenges faced, including increased labor costs and the impracticality of using refrigerated trucks on alternative transport modes.
    2024/04/24 15:26
  • Heavy rain advisory: 11 cities brace for downpours

    Discover the latest heavy rain warning issued by the Central Weather Administration for 11 cities and counties, including an extremely heavy rain warning for Miaoli County. Learn about the areas affected, potential risks, and the urgent precautions recommended for residents. Stay informed on weather updates for April 24.
    2024/04/24 14:17
  • Series of Hualien quakes leads to 4 building collapses

    Discover the aftermath of a series of strong earthquakes in Hualien County, Taiwan, causing the collapse or tilting of four buildings, including the previously red-tagged Hotel Fouquet and residential structures, with ongoing assessments by the Hualien County government for public safety and demolition plans.
    2024/04/23 17:11
  • Hualien residents rattled by earthquake alarms

    Series of earthquakes hit Taiwan, particularly affecting Hualien with significant tremors and sleepless nights for residents, as reported by TVBS News. Continuous alerts and a major quake of magnitude 6.3 disrupt normal life.
    2024/04/23 17:06
  • 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 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
  • Earthquakes lead to school, work suspension in Hualien

    Hualien County in Taiwan faces multiple earthquakes with magnitudes over 6, leading to widespread aftershocks and disruptions. Officials brace for more seismic activity.
    2024/04/23 10:14
  • 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 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
  • 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
  • Hualien quake: Search, rescue efforts uncover more victims

    In the aftermath of the April 3 earthquake in Hualien, search and rescue teams have been tirelessly working on the Shakadang Trail, uncovering victims from the debris. With traditional rituals marking their efforts, they have recently recovered another body, continuing their mission amidst the ruins. The operation focuses on two major landslide areas, revealing the tragic impact of the disaster on the local community and visitors, including a family of five and a couple from Singapore.
    2024/04/10 16:14
  • Quake research in Taiwan highlights Hualien’s vulnerability

    Discover the latest on Hualien County, Taiwan’s most earthquake-prone region, including recent seismic events, research insights, and ongoing efforts to enhance structural reinforcement and disaster recovery planning.
    2024/04/10 10:41
  • Lost memories: Residents watch as homes torn down in Hualien

    In Hualien County, the demolition of the severely tilted Uranus Building, following a magnitude 7.2 earthquake, evokes mixed emotions among residents as they watch their belongings being destroyed. With safety concerns preventing them from retrieving items themselves, police assist in the recovery of personal possessions through established collection stations.
    2024/04/08 16:36
  • Search intensifies for missing boat after Hualien quake

    Taiwan’s Coast Guard and National Rescue Command Center continue the search for the "Hung Hsing Yu" fishing vessel, missing since the Hualien earthquake on April 3. The boat, from Donggang, Pingtung, carried three people, including Captain Chen and two Indonesian fishermen. Despite extensive efforts, including dispatching ships and helicopters, the vessel remains unlocated.
    2024/04/08 14:21
  • Aftershocks decrease daily following Hualien M7.2 quake

    A magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck Hualien on April 3, followed by 739 aftershocks. The quake caused damage to buildings and infrastructure in the area. The number of aftershocks has been decreasing daily.
    2024/04/08 10:31
  • Hualien County hardest hit by Taiwan’s significant quake

    A devastating 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit Taiwan early Wednesday, leaving nine dead and causing extensive infrastructure damage, particularly in Hualien County. Officials urge caution amidst ongoing rescue efforts and potential aftershocks.
    2024/04/03 19:13
  • Tsai Ing-wen heads to Hualien after 7.2 magnitude earthquake

    In response to a 7.2 magnitude earthquake, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen and officials convened an emergency briefing, stressing the need for vigilance and accurate information. Rescue operations and MRT disruptions follow in the quake’s wake.
    2024/04/03 16:28
  • Taiwan’s capital sees school disruptions following quake

    Following a 7.2 magnitude earthquake in Taiwan, schools in Taipei and other counties suspended classes, with over 200 schools reporting damage. Students were evacuated safely, thanks in part to recent drill preparations.
    2024/04/03 16:15
  • Hsiao Bi-khim acknowledges DPP challenges in Miaoli

    Vice president-elect Hsiao Bi-khim attended a Thanksgiving tea party in Miaoli County, acknowledging the need for progress in cities and counties. She expressed gratitude for the local supporters who remained steadfast with her party, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), despite challenges in Miaoli and Hualien. Hsiao emphasized the importance of adjusting communication strategies and ensuring equitable resource allocation in Taiwan. During a visit to a temple in Miaoli County, Hsiao discovered she had tested positive for Covid-19 and took precautions to prevent transmission. As a result, all her subsequent activities were canceled.
    2024/01/30 10:08
  • CWA warns of prolonged cold spell across Taiwan

    The Central Weather Administration (CWA) has issued a low-temperature alert for nine counties north of Miaoli, warning of temperatures below six degrees Celsius. Taichung City, Changhua County, Yilan County, and Hualien County could experience temperatures of 10 degrees and below, with similar dips expected in the Yunlin-Chiayi-Tainan region. The CWA predicts that this cold weather will persist from January 22 to January 24. New Taipei City, Keelung City, Taipei City, Taoyuan City, Hsinchu City, Hsinchu County, Miaoli County, and Kinmen County have been designated with orange signals (very cold), indicating a likelihood of temperatures lower than six degrees. The CWA advises citizens to take necessary precautions to keep warm, including proper indoor ventilation and electrical safety when using gas water heaters and electric heaters.
    2024/01/22 18:01
  • Taiwan feels the chill as northeast monsoon hits

    The weather in Taiwan was cooler on Sunday (Jan. 7) due to the northeast monsoon, primarily affecting the northern and northeastern regions, according to the Central Weather Administration (CWA). Miaoli and Nantou experienced particularly chilly conditions with temperatures reaching lows of 10 degrees Celsius, prompting a cold advisory. Yilan and the western half of Taiwan had milder lows between 12 and 16 degrees, while Hualien and Taitung felt temperatures between 17 and 18 degrees. The highest temperatures of the day, ranging between 24 and 26 degrees, were reported in southern and central Taiwan. The coldest areas were Gongguan Township in Miaoli with 10.2 degrees, Zhongliao Township in Nantou with 10.6, and Fenyuan Township in Changhua County with 11.1. The European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) suggests that the chill from the northeast monsoon will subside slightly on Monday and Tuesday, although northern regions will remain cool. Warmer daytime temperatures are expected in central and southern regions, though rain seems to be on the horizon. Wednesday could see a notable drop in temperatures due to an advancing cold front from the mainland, increasing the chances of light, localized showers in the north and east. From Thursday through election day on Saturday, residents can expect stable and clear weather, albeit with a touch of chill in the mornings and nights. Residents should stay tuned to CWA’s special forecasts as temperatures under 10 degrees are possible in some flatland regions on Thursday and Friday mornings.
    2024/01/07 11:51
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