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11:35, August 18, 2009

More aid urged to help Taiwan with typhoon relief


Editor's Note

Devastating Typhoon Morakot has killed at least 126 people and left 61 missing in Taiwan as of 8 a.m.August 17 and has caused nearly 12.28 billion New Taiwan Dollars (372 million U.S. dollars) in damages to agriculture and civilian facilities. Taiwan is in urgent need of more aid from the mainland and foreign countries for Typhoon relief.


Chinese mainland ready to send copter to Taiwan for disaster relief
Chinese mainland is ready to send a civilian helicopter to Taiwan to aid disaster relief efforts there, an official said here Wednesday. Full story...

Disaster relief materials from Chinese mainland reach Taiwan


The special flight for relief materials from China's mainland arrives at Kaohsiung, southeast China's Taiwan Province, Aug. 18, 2009. The batch of the relief aid, including 10,000 sleeping bags, 10,000 blankets and 1,000 sterilizers, would be rushed to the Typhoon Morakot seriously-stricken areas in the island. Full story...

Chinese mainland donates 176 mln yuan to typhoon hit Taiwan


Chinese mainland has donated about 176 million yuan (26 million U.S. dollars) and disaster relief materials worth 25 million yuan to typhoon Morakot hit Taiwan, said Fan Liqing, a spokeswoman with the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office at a news conference Wednesday. Full story...

Mainland aid arrives in Taiwan


A cargo ship loaded with 100 makeshift houses in initial relief aid offered by Chinese mainland docks at Kaohsiung port in east China's Taiwan Province, August 18, 2009. The batch of the relief aid would be rushed to the Typhoon Morakot seriouly-striken areas in the island, which left more than 160 people dead and heavy property losses.
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Mainland sends second batch of disaster relief materials to Taiwan



The Chinese mainland will send its second batch of disaster relief materials to typhoon Morakot hit Taiwan by air on Tuesday afternoon, a mainland official in charge of Taiwan affairs said. Full story...

Chinese mainland donates prefabricated houses to Typhoon-hit Taiwan


The first batch of 100 prefabricated houses donated by Shenzhen, a booming city in south China, left Yantian Port Monday evening for Taiwan's Kaohsiung port. Full story...

Chinese mainland to hold television fundraiser for Taiwan typhoon relief
Five TV stations in the Chinese mainland are organizing a televised fundraiser on the coming Thursday to raise money for victims of Taiwan's deadliest typhoon in half a century. Full story...

Aid arrives as Taiwan still feels devastation


The first shipments of overseas aid arrived yesterday as China's Taiwan struggled to reach more than 1,000 people still stranded a week after its deadliest typhoon in half a century. Full story...

Mainland promises all-out effort to help Taiwan with typhoon relief
The Chinese mainland will provide any necessary relief materials needed by Taiwan people affected by Typhoon Morakot, which struck the island last weekend, Taiwan Work Office of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee pledged Saturday. Full story...

Chinese mainland donates over 120 mln yuan for Taiwan's typhoon relief

On Wednesday, member companies of the mainland-based Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits (ARATS) donated more than 100 million yuan (14.6 million U.S. dollars) and 5 million HK dollars (645,000 U.S. dollars) for the Chinese Taiwan island's typhoon relief. The Red Cross Society of the mainland also offered 15 million yuan (2.2 million U.S. dollars) to the island's Red Cross organization. Full story...

Mainland makes massive efforts to help Taiwan with typhoon relief
The Chinese mainland will provide any necessary relief materials needed by Taiwan people affected by Typhoon Morakot, which struck the island last weekend, Taiwan Work Office of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee pledged Saturday. Full story...


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