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Charter flights between Hualien in eastern Taiwan and Hong Kong were launched on Tuesday, providing more convenient air links and transit services for both sides, Hualien County government announced on Tuesday.
 
Recovering from paralysis
A physician guides a patient through a rehabilitation exercise at the Buddhist Tzu Chi Hospital in Hualien in this photo released by the hospital on Wednesday, Nov. 23. The patient suffered a blowout fracture on the C7 vertebra after a fall, resulting in paralysis of both arms and legs.
 
A resident in the eastern county of Hualien was recently bitten by a wild ferret-badger with rabies, the ninth such case reported this year, the Council of Agriculture (COA) said Tuesday.
 
The Port of Hualien passed the final-stage inspections for EcoPort certification so that it can receive certification from the European Seaports Organization (ESPO), the Hualien branch of the Taiwan International Ports Corp. (TIPC) said.
 
Can't beat the view
More than 12,000 runners participate in the annual Taroko Gorge Marathon in Hualien County on Saturday, Nov. 5. The race, which stretches along the Central Cross-Island Highway, begins from Sioulin Township and passes through Taroko National Park, Changchun Temple, the Tunnel of Nine Turns and Tiansiang before connecting to Dayuling.
 
Man arrested for child abuse
The back of a grade school pupil who is believed to have experienced physical abuse is shown in the photo taken on Tuesday, Oct. 11. The father of the student, who is enrolled in fifth grade at a local elementary school in Hualien, has been prosecuted for violating the Domestic Violence Prevention Act.
 
Boulder smashes house in Hualien; no injuries
A boulder weighing more than 100 tons rolled down a hill amid heavy rains and hit a house Hualien Friday night, but no one was injured, Central News Agency reported Saturday.
 
Tzu Chi General Hospital in Hualien City called on the general public to pay greater attention to issues related to Alzheimer's disease and dementia, as it marked World Alzheimer's Day.
 
A worrisome crack
A crack is seen on a rock at the entrance of a tunnel at Baiyang Trail in Taroko National Park, Hualien on Monday, Sept. 12. In response to reports from worried members of the public about the crack, the Taroko National Park Administration pointed out that photos taken by the administration over the years show that the crack has been present for a long time and does not constitute a danger to the public.
 
I'll catch your shark
Coast Guard Administration agents uncovered over 100 kilograms of dismembered shark parts from the cabin of a local fishing boat, after busting an illegal shark dismemberment ring in eastern Taiwan.
 
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