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Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Taiwan -- 5 missing after rescue helicopter crashes into sea
An Air Force S-70C rescue helicopter yesterday crashed into the sea 48 nautical miles southeast of Orchid Island at around 9:10 p.m., leaving five crew members missing and one rescued, according to Ministry of National Defense spokesman Luo Shou-he (羅紹和).
Monday, March 12, 2012
Taitung residents are furious at the timber thieves who cut out a “tunnel” in Taitung Ligavon Forest Way's (利嘉林道) last centuries-old tree. Vowing to protect the final remaining tree, local residents decided to organize a patrol team instead of depending on legal approaches to prevent further damage.
Taiwan -- Taitung takes action to help prevent loss of Ligavon's last ancient camphor
Sunday, February 26, 2012
The Taitung government has ordered a developer to halt construction of a resort at a beach in the eastern county after losing a legal battle against environmentalists.
Saturday, January 7, 2012
The 29-year old Chen Xin-zhou (陳信州), a Boy Scout teacher at a junior high school in Shalu (沙鹿) district in Taichung city, was rescued yesterday near mountainous terrain in Taitung.
Monday, January 2, 2012
An elderly hunter from an indigenous tribe died in an accident while taking part in his people's annual hunting festival in Taitung yesterday, a report said.
Friday, December 23, 2011
The Green Island Human Rights Park (GIHRP) in Taitung County will become a national human rights museum in the future, museum officials said Wednesday at the formal opening of the museum's preparatory office in Green Island.
Sunday, December 18, 2011
Taiwan -- WWII 'bomb bell' guards Amis tribe for 60 years
A 500-pound unexploded bomb dropped by the United States on Taiwan during World War II has been anything but a dud over the past six decades, at least in the eyes of one indigenous tribe in Taitung County.
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