Kinmen

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Kinmen,

island group, Taiwan: see QuemoyQuemoy
, Chin. Chinmen, Kinmen, or Jinmen, Taiwanese island group (1990 pop. 81,479), Taiwan Strait, just off Fujian prov., China, and c.150 mi (240 km) W of Taiwan.
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The agreement will see water pumped from China's southeastern province of Fujian to the 100,000 residents of Taiwan's Kinmen County by 2017.
Kinmen county officials explored plans with one of the country's major research institutions for the development of microgrid and power storage systems to deliver clean energy and minimize CO2 emissions across the outlying island county.
No deaths were reported but nine people were injured by falling tree branches in Kinmen County.
Kinmen County Councilor Lin Chin-liang said that Taiwan and China, after having established sea, air and postal links, will soon be connected with water mains between Kinmen and Fujian, and he hopes there will be electricity and much more in the future.
The Ministry of National Defence said that it would carry out follow-up measures once the cabinet finalises a decision on the plan, which had been proposed previously by the Kinmen County government.
The developments include an international economic zone, a new trade centre in Kaohsiung City and a major hotel complex in Kinmen County.
The Kinmen County Government plans to give its economy a boost by developing an "international economic and trade park" on a BOT (build-operate-transfer) basis.
Its growth may foreshadow wider gains in Chinese tourism and cargo, as well as from investment in real estate and financial services for the main islandAAEs 23 million people, said Lee Juh-feng, former Kinmen county magistrate.
Kinmen (also known as Quemoy), a small archipelago of several islands, is administered by the Kinmen County Government, a local government of Taiwan (ROC).
According to the Kinmen county government, some 720,000 people used the mini-links last year, compared to just 20,000 people in 2001.
Accompanied by Kinmen County Magistrate Wo-Shi Li, NQU President Chin-Cheng Lee personally delivered the letter of appointment to Academician Michael Ming-Chiao Lai.
an arm of Taiwanese company Foxlink Group, to assist in the promotion of LNG in Taiwan's Kinmen county.