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  • 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
  • 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
  • Mayor welcomes home rescue team, gifts dogs toys for efforts

    Kaohsiung City Mayor Chen Chi-mai welcomes home a search and rescue team, including four dogs who helped locate victims of the April 3 Hualien earthquake. Roger, an 8-year-old rescue dog nearing retirement, found three deceased members of the Yu family and was gifted a toy upon return.
    2024/04/08 10:47
  • 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
  • Taipei food poisoning victims assured insurance coverage

    Victims of food poisoning at the A13 branch in Taipei will have insurance coverage by Far Eastern Department Stores, confirmed by the Department of Legal Affairs. Compensation for the incident at Polam Kopitiam will be covered by Cathay Century Insurance Co., with potential additional coverage from Tokio Marine Newa Insurance Co. Taipei City Government will penalize each case individually, with a maximum penalty of NT$3 million for uninsured product liability.
    2024/04/01 14:15
  • Taipei health chief defends hospital’s response to crisis

    The head of Taipei’s health department, Chen Yen-yuan, commends the medical team’s swift response at a press conference regarding alleged medical negligence at a hospital treating victims of a suspected mass food poisoning incident at Polam Kopitiam in Xinyi District. Family members of the deceased are considering legal action, prompting immediate inter-departmental support for bereaved families. Mackay Memorial Hospital’s efforts to resuscitate a severely ill patient are defended by Chen and Dr. Yen Tzung-hai, who affirm the hospital’s diligent care and use of the best medication.
    2024/03/29 17:06
  • Chef questioned in Taipei food poisoning deaths

    The investigation into a food poisoning incident at Polam Kopitiam in Taipei’s Xinyi District unfolds as a 25-year-old chef denies responsibility, citing that all ingredients were provided by the owner. Tragically, two individuals have died and five others have fallen severely ill. The presence of Bongkrek acid in the victims’ bodies, as confirmed by the Ministry of Health and Welfare, has heightened concerns. The chef, surnamed Hsu, who was temporarily working at the Xinyi branch, faces suspicions of manslaughter and violations of food safety regulations.
    2024/03/29 16:35
  • Food safety scandal rocks Taipei: Mayor seeks speedy action

    Taipei Mayor Chiang Wan-an rushes to address food poisoning at Polam Kopitiam, urging collaboration between central and local governments to investigate the tragic incident. Two fatalities and multiple victims prompt urgent action to ensure public food safety.
    2024/03/28 12:03
  • Taiwan’s FDA investigates deadly food poisoning case

    A suspected mass food poisoning incident at a vegetarian restaurant in Taipei’s Xinyi District has left one person dead and eight others ill, according to Taiwan’s Food and Drug Administration. Wu Shou-mei, Director-General of the FDA, stated that three victims are in serious condition. The incident occurred at Polam Kopitiam in the Far Eastern Department Store’s Xinyi A13 branch. Authorities are investigating the cause and testing food samples from the restaurant.
    2024/03/27 13:45
  • China demands answers after fatal fishing boat incident

    The Taiwan Affairs Office urges Taiwan to reveal the truth behind a capsized Chinese fishing boat incident, demanding severe punishment for those involved. The boat breached Taiwan’s maritime boundaries, resulting in a pursuit by Taiwan’s Coast Guard Administration. Beijing accused Taiwan of using "brutal" force, leading to the deaths of two on board. The TAO called for Taiwan to promptly publish the truth, reprimand personnel, and explain to the victims’ families and citizens on both sides of the Strait. Taiwan’s Ocean Affairs Council Chairman stated there is no intention to conceal any aspect of the incident and emphasized that third-party liability insurance has covered the incident.
    2024/02/22 10:40
  • China blames Taiwan for fishermen deaths from boat crash

    China’s Taiwan Affairs Office (TAO) strongly condemns Taiwan for its treatment of Chinese fishermen after a speedboat capsized in Kinmen waters, resulting in two deaths. The mainland speedboat had breached the Kinmen maritime boundary and was pursued by Taiwan’s Coast Guard Administration. After refusing inspection, the boat capsized and two crew members died. The TAO expresses condolences to the victims’ families and demands Taiwan to investigate the incident and assist the families. They also warn Taiwan to respect the historical fishing operations in the Taiwan Strait and ensure the safety of mainland fishermen.
    2024/02/15 10:51
  • Sun Peng and Di Ying caught in notorious scammer’s web

    Taiwanese celeb couple Sun Peng and Di Ying testify in a fraud case involving notorious scammer Huang Chao-kang, also known as Huang Chi. The couple paid NT$308,405 for legal and translation fees after Huang pretended to be the secretary of Sung Hsueh-jen and introduced them to attorney Kuo Shang-wei. In court, the couple expressed their helplessness and insisted they were victims, denying involvement in Huang’s scams against others. Huang has a history of tricking high-profile individuals, including former president Chen Shui-bian.
    2024/01/26 15:28
  • Grieving family demands justice at student’s funeral

    The funeral ceremony of a middle school student who was stabbed by a schoolmate was held in New Taipei. The bereaved family demanded judicial reform and swift and severe punishment for the offender, hoping to establish a norm of "life for a life." They detailed the brutal incident, including the victim’s cardiac arrest, open-heart surgery, and subsequent death. The family pleaded for just and stiff penalties for both the perpetrator and abettor to ensure justice. They expressed skepticism towards the judiciary mechanism and its treatment of offenders, and voiced deep regret. The incident has had a significant impact on the family, particularly the deceased’s dependent sister who is now left to manage on her own. The family appreciated the assistance from kind-hearted individuals in caring for the sister and managing affairs after the child’s death. They fervently urged the judiciary to prioritize public safety, protect innocent victims, and ensure appropriate punishment for murderers and instigators.
    2024/01/25 15:12
  • Taiwan reports 53 OHCA deaths amidst cold snap

    53 out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) deaths have been reported in Taiwan as of Jan. 23, according to the National Fire Agency (NFA). The NFA highlights that although there is no direct evidence linking these deaths to the cold weather, lower temperatures do increase the risk of sudden death. In Taipei City, six people experienced OHCA and were taken to medical facilities, but only one person was successfully revived. The average age of the victims was 80. Similarly, New Taipei City recorded eight OHCAs, with only three survivors. Authorities are urging the public to remain vigilant, especially older adults and those with chronic illnesses, emphasizing the importance of staying warm.
    2024/01/24 12:39
  • Cold front in Taiwan linked to fatal cardiac arrests

    A cold front in Taiwan has been linked to five fatal cases of Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) in the Keelung region. Victims’ ages ranged from 52 to 97. The Keelung City Fire Department reported a total of five emergency rescue cases of OHCA, with two males and three females affected. It is unclear whether the cold weather was the cause of these emergencies. Temperatures dropped to 6-8 degrees Celsius on Tuesday morning, prompting the fire department to urge the public to prioritize warmth and guard against the risks posed by the low temperatures. The Central Weather Administration (CWA) reported temperatures of 6-8 degrees in areas north of central Taiwan and Yilan, and 9-12 degrees in southern Taiwan and Hualien-Taitung regions. The whole island may experience regional short-term rain due to moisture from southern China, with heavier rainfall expected in Keelung, the northern coast, and the mountainous area of Taipei city. New Taipei, Taipei, and Yi-lan may also be affected by heavy rains.
    2024/01/23 13:16
  • Taiwan battles decade-high flu epidemic with over 127K cases

    The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reported a high flu epidemic, with 127,000 emergency visits due to influenza-like illnesses caused by adenoviruses and influenza viruses. In the span of a week, there were 42 new severe flu complications, including cases of Type A H1N1, Type A H3N2, and Type B. The patients ranged in age from less than 10 years old to over 90 years old, with 30 cases where influenza vaccinations were not received. Eleven deaths were reported during this period, with victims from Type A H1N1, Type A H3N2, and Type B influenza. Eight of the fatalities did not receive flu vaccinations, and the youngest death was a 7-year-old girl from the north, making her the youngest fatality of 2024.
    2024/01/16 17:56
  • 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
  • Premier Chen backs Mayday amid China’s influence tactics

    Popular Taiwanese band Mayday received encouragement from Executive Yuan Premier Chen Chien-jen to continue giving strength, despite pressure from China to endorse the "One China" stance. Chen criticized China’s use of false information to attack the world. Mayday is feeling pressure from the Chinese government ahead of the presidential election. Chen praised Mayday for their creative contributions under Taiwan’s culture of freedom, democracy, diversity, and openness. Legislator-at-large candidate Puma Shen of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) also highlighted China’s interference in nations worldwide, including luring artists to develop in China and gradually dictating their speech. Shen explained that these tactics typically last from three to six years, causing victims to fall prey to China’s united front tactics.
    2023/12/30 15:47
  • Changhua reports 5 OHCA cases amid extreme cold wave

    The Fire Bureau of Changhua County reported 53 emergency medical cases in the last 24 hours, including five instances of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA), possibly linked to a sudden dip in temperatures due to an extreme cold wave in Taiwan. The OHCA victims, aged 65 to 87, had yet to have the exact causes determined. Although the number of emergency cases is consistent with the daily average of 54, the number of non-responsive patients increased from three to five. The CHFD advises older adults, those with cardiovascular diseases, and others susceptible to cold weather to dress warmly. The Changhua County Public Health Bureau urges anyone experiencing symptoms such as shortness of breath or chest tightness to seek immediate medical care.
    2023/12/21 17:53
  • Premier Chen urges WTO resolution for China trade spat

    Taiwan’s Premier Chen Chien-jen expresses regret over China characterizing Taiwan’s trade restrictions as trade barriers, emphasizing the need to address conflicts through the World Trade Organization (WTO) mechanisms. He urges for peaceful and equal cross-strait exchanges, highlighting that Taiwan and China can negotiate through the WTO. Premier Chen also extends condolences to the families of the victims of the recent earthquake in China’s Gansu province and offers assistance with relief efforts if needed.
    2023/12/19 16:55
  • Tsai Ing-wen offers condolences, aid to Gansu quake victims

    Taipei’s Presidential Office spokesperson, Olivia Lin, conveyed President Tsai Ing-wen’s concerns and condolences following a devastating earthquake in China’s Gansu province on December 18. The magnitude 6.2 earthquake resulted in at least 111 deaths, 236 injuries, and significant property damage. President Tsai expressed sympathies to the victims’ families and tasked the Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF) and the Mainland Affairs Office (MAO) to offer aid. She also posted messages on the social media platform X (previously known as Twitter) in both simplified Chinese and English to convey her condolences. President Tsai hopes for a smooth rescue and recovery process in Gansu, allowing affected individuals to return to normalcy swiftly.
    2023/12/19 16:16
  • Taiwan Premier offers condolences aid to Gansu quake victims

    Taiwan’s Premier Chen Chien-jen expresses condolences and sympathies to the victims and bereaved families of the recent devastating earthquake in Gansu Province, mainland China. He also hopes for a speedy recovery for those injured. Taiwan is ready to provide assistance through relevant agencies if needed. Executive Yuan spokesman Lin Tzu-lun also voices concern for the human and material losses inflicted by the earthquake. The Executive Yuan expects smooth and effective rescue operations and restoration efforts in Gansu Province. This show of solidarity from Taiwan highlights the shared understanding of the challenges posed by natural disasters in the region and the willingness to aid neighbors in times of crisis.
    2023/12/19 15:33
  • Tina Chou acquitted in defamation suit by Taipei Court

    Taiwanese entertainer Tina Chou, also known as "Da Ya," has been acquitted of defamation charges by the Taipei District Court. Chou had accused her former boss, Chen Chien-chou, of attempting to assault her years ago, leading to Chen filing a defamation suit against her. The court sessions involved testimonies from both parties, ultimately resulting in the prosecutor’s decision not to pursue charges against Chou. Chou expressed gratitude to the judiciary and hoped her experience would encourage other victims of sexual harassment or assault to come forward. Witnesses, including actress Julie Tsai, supported Chou’s claims. Chen, seeking to clear his name, stated his desire to reveal the truth and prove his innocence through legal means. This case highlights the ongoing conversation about sexual misconduct in Taiwan’s entertainment industry and the challenges faced by those who speak out.
    2023/12/19 15:14
  • Taiwan CIB nabs 20 in SMS phishing scam crackdown

    The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) has apprehended 20 suspects and seized 15 illegal operations involved in a smartphone SMS phishing scam in Taiwan. The "Info Thunder Project" was deployed to combat the scam, which sent out an average of 4,000 to 5,000 fraudulent text messages per day. The criminal syndicate posed as representatives from legitimate entities, such as the Taiwan Water Corporation and telecom companies, to deceive recipients with misleading alerts. The fraudsters enticed victims to click on malicious links and enter their credit card and bank account details. The CIB’s intelligence analysis team conducted comprehensive studies of phishing cases, leading to the arrests. Evidence seized in two operations includes modem pools, mobile phones, SIM cards, computers, Wi-Fi routers, and application forms for phone numbers. Director-General Chou Yu-wei urged the public to remain vigilant against suspicious text messages and to refrain from clicking on dubious links. The police will continue to dismantle these fraudulent networks and protect citizens from cyber threats.
    2023/12/12 16:57
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