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Taiwan shaken by biggest earthquake in 25 years

After the earthquake, there were no reports regarding the fate of at least 300,000 Indonesian citizens in Taiwan.

This article has been translated using AI. See Original .

By
LUKI AULIA, KRIS MADA
· 1 minutes read
Screenshot from TVBS Taiwan broadcast showing one of the impacts of the earthquake on Wednesday (3/4/2024) in Hualien, Taiwan
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Screenshot from TVBS Taiwan broadcast showing one of the impacts of the earthquake on Wednesday (3/4/2024) in Hualien, Taiwan

TAIPEI, WEDNESDAY-Taiwan was shaken by an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.2 on Wednesday (3/4/2024) morning. Even though it is said to be the largest in the last 25 years, there have been no reports of casualties or massive damage in this disaster. There is also no news about the fate of hundreds of thousands of Indonesian citizens there.

Reported by Focus Taiwan and Taipei Times, the epicenter of the earthquake was on the coast of Hualien. The district is southeast of Taipei. Shaking was felt throughout the island of Taiwan with varying degrees of magnitude.

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