China - Taiwan Province
- Taiwan (China): Earthquake - Feb 2016
- Tropical Storm Fung-Wong - Sep 2014
- Typhoon Usagi - Sep 2013
- China: Floods and Landslides - Apr 2013
- Typhoon Saola - Jul 2012
- Typhoon Nanmadol - Aug 2011
- Typhoon Megi - Oct 2010
- Typhoon Fanapi - Sep 2010
- Typhoon Morakot - Aug 2009
- Influenza A (H1N1) Pandemic - Apr 2009
Tropical Cyclone TALIM (named LANNIE in the Philippines) continued moving north-west over the East China Sea, strengthening. On 14 September 0.00 UTC its centre was located 750 km southwest of Kyushu island (Japan) and it had max. sustained winds speed of 213 km/h.
Tropical Cyclone TALIM continued moving over the northwestern Pacific Ocean, strengthening. On 13 September 0.00 UTC it was located 90 km of Miyako-Jima island (Japan) and it had maximum sustained wind speed of 139 km/h.
Over the next 24 hours, it could start moving over the East China Sea, strengthening as a typhoon. Its centre could pass approximately 300 km north-east of Taiwan and off the coast of Zhejiang (China) on 14-15 September, before reaching south-western Japan on 16-17 September. Heavy rain, strong winds and storm surge could affect these areas.
- A new Tropical Cyclone named TALIM formed close to Northern Mariana Islands on 8 September and started moving north-west, strengthening. On 11 September at 0.00 UTC its centre was located 1 600 km southeast of eastern Taiwan and it had max. sustained winds speed of 102 km/h (Tropical Storm).
- Over the next 24 h it is expected to continue moving north-west, strengthening and it could reach eastern Taiwan on 13 September, as an intense Typhoon.
Central, eastern and western regions
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More than 391,000 new displacements between 11 and 20 August
• Tropical Cyclone NESAT made landfall near Yilan (north-eastern Taiwan) on 29 July morning (UTC) as a Typhoon (max. sustained winds of 130-140 km/h), then it crossed northern Taiwan and reached Fujian province on 29 July evening (UTC), weakened into a Tropical Storm. In the meantime, another Tropical Cyclone, named HAITANG, reached south-western Taiwan on 30 July morning, as a Tropical Storm. Afterwards, it crossed south-western Taiwan and reached Fujian province, on 30 July evening (UTC), as a Tropical Storm.
TAIPEI, July 31 (Reuters) - One person was missing in Taiwan on Monday after the island's second typhoon in 24 hours battered southern and central regions, taking injuries from both storms to 131, the government said.
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The Meteorological Department has issued an assurance there is no threat to the country from two storms hammering southern China and Taiwan, as several northeastern provinces continue to battle severe flooding bought by the passage of storm Sonca.
Central provinces along the Chao Phraya River are also being warned to keep a close watch on the water level.
In its latest weather forecast, the department said storm Nesat has been downgraded to a depression and covered China’s Fujian province, while Haitang had made landfall in Taiwan.
TAIPEI, July 29 (Xinhua) -- The Taiwan weather agency Saturday issued sea and land warnings as Typhoon Nesat moved closer.
Since Friday, Nesat has intensified into a typhoon from a tropical storm, according to the agency. Nesat was about 250 km southeast of Hualien County, moving at a speed of 18 km per hour toward northwest Taiwan.
It is expected to make landfall at Hualien and Taitung Saturday evening.
Tropical Cyclone NESAT is expected to make landfall in the evening of 29 July (local time) affecting the county of Hualien.
On 29 July until 15:00 local time (UTC +8) 2 341 people were evacuated in Taiwan; electricity supply interruptions affected more than 30 000 households; over 280 domestic and international flights were delayed or cancelled.
El grano básico será distribuido en los municipios del corredor seco como parte del plan integral para la atención de la sequía :::
Como parte del apoyo al plan integral para la atención de los municipios del corredor seco para esta temporada de sequía, el gobierno de la República de Taiwán realizó la donación de 400 toneladas de arroz.
La entrega de este grano básico fue realizada de forma oficial por el embajador de China, Taiwán en Honduras, Alejandro Huang, al comisionado nacional de la Comisión Permanente de Contingencias (Copeco), Lisandro Rosales Banegas.
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Taipei, 26 April 2017, 10.00: This week civil society and refugee experts from across Asia met with the government of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to promote the passage of Taiwan’s pending draft refugee legislation. The objective of the trip was to show international solidarity and support for the development of Taiwan’s refugee protection system.
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Autoridades de la Coordinadora Nacional para la Reducción de Desastres (Conred) y la embajada de Taiwán inauguraron hoy la ampliación del Centro de Operaciones de Emergencia (COE), el cual fortalecerá la coordinación interinstitucional para la pronta reacción ante un desastre natural.
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