(hwä`lyĕn`), city (2010 pop. 97,701), E central Taiwan. One of Taiwan's most important international ports, it is a market for local agricultural products. It is located in a volcanic region and is susceptible to earthquakes.
0 earthquake that occurred in Hualien, Taiwan late on February 6; TSMC hopes to leverage the strength of its employees and other enterprises and use the Companys most direct and effective methods to supplement government disaster repsonse work by helping the victims obtain safe housing, then further support the reconstruction of the Hualien area tourism industry.
Jayson, 25, said his sister had made friends and had good relations with customers who bought her beauty products and jewelry online, an enterprise she started to augment her salary as a caregiver for a Japanese couple in Hualien.
Scores of aftershocks hampered rescue efforts on Thursday as emergency personnel combed through collapsed buildings in search of survivors after a powerful earthquake killed at least 10 people near Taiwan's popular tourist city of Hualien.