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[英伦广角] 【整理】2009-08-23 台湾灾民避难

本帖最后由 sainfoinwy 于 2009-9-6 15:48 编辑

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Taiwan evacuees take refuge


Taiwan begins to accept foreign aid as people take shelter in churches and temples in the aftermath of Typhoon Morakot. Puja Bharwani reports.

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Thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for road repair that would allow a return to their homes. Some fear that could take months or years due to the state of the roads damaged by massive landslides triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959.

 

 

The official death toll from the August 8th typhoon Morakot stands at 123, but Taiwan President Ma estimates that it now exceeds 500 people. More than 35000 people in the disaster areas have been rescued, but thousands more remain stranded in the mountains over a week later.

 

 

Hung Hu-chieh was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday.

When the incident happened, there was no choice. All of our chickens, sheep were there. We didn't have time to think, and we don't have any chance to go back and take care of them.

 

 

Ch'iang Feng-mei who had been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home.

We still want to go home. We don't want to have them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear. We don't want that. As soon as the road is fixed we will go home and see if our house is still there or not.

 

 

In Alishan over 200 volunteers carried food baskets on their backs which they planned to delivered to fellow villagers still in the mountains. Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologized for initially refusing the offers. Six countries including the United States have pledged aid including expert damage assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese donors have given over 18 million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave Shenzhen port on Monday for Taiwan.

 

 

Puja Bharwani, Reuters

 

 


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[Homework]2009-08-23 台湾灾民避难

Thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for road repair that would allow return to their homes, some fear that could take months or years due to the state of the road damaged by massive landslide triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959.

The official death toll from the August typhoon Morakot stands at 123 but Taiwan president Ma estimated that now it exceeds 500 people. More than 35000 people in the disaster area have been rescued but thousands more remains stranded in the mountains over a week later.

Honghuqi was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday. When the incident happened there was no choice, all of our chickens and sheep were there we didn't have time to think, and we don't have any chance to go back and take care of them.

Qingfeimei who had been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home. We still want to go home, we don't want to have them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear, we don't want that, as soon as the road is fixed we would go home and see if our house is still there or not.

In Alishang over 200 volunteers carried food baskets on their backs which they planed to delivered to fellow villagers still in the mountains. Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologiazed for initially refusing the offers. 6 countries including the United States have pledged aid including expert damage assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese donors have given over 18 million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave ShenZhen port on Monday for Taiwan.

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Thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for road repair that would allow return to their homes, some fear that could take months or years due to the state of the
roads
damaged by massive landslide triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959.

The official death toll from the August typhoon Morakot stands at 123 but Taiwan president Ma estimated that now it exceeds 500 people. More than 35000 people in the disaster
areas
have been rescued but thousands more remains stranded in the mountains over a week later.

Honghuqi was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday. When the incident happened there was no choice, all of our chickens and sheep were there we didn't have time to think, and we don't have any chance to go back and take care of them.

Qingfeimei who had been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home. We still want to go home, we don't want to have them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear, we don't want that, as soon as the road is fixed we would go home and see if our house is still there or not.

In Alishang over 200 volunteers carried food baskets on their backs which they planed to delivered to fellow villagers still in the mountains. Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologiazed for initially refusing the offers. 6 countries including the United States have pledged aid including expert damage assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese donors have given over 18 million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave ShenZhen port on Monday for Taiwan.

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Thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for road repair that would allow return to their homes. Some fear that could take months or years due to the state of the roads damaged by massive landslide triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959.

The official death toll from the August typhoon Morakot stands at 123, but Taiwan president Ma estimates that now it exceeds 500 people. More than 35,000 people in the disaster areas have been rescued but thousands more remain stranded in the mountains over a week later.

Honghuqi was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday.
“When the incident happened there was no choice. All of our chickens and sheep were there. We didn't have time to think, and we don't have any chance to go back and take care of them.”

Qiangfeimei who had been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home.
“We still want to go home. We don't want to have them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear. We don't want that. As soon as the road is fixed we would go home and see if our house is still there or not.”

In Alishang over 200 volunteers carried food baskets on their backs which they planed to delivered to fellow villagers still in the mountains. Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologized for initially refusing the offers. Six countries including the United States have pledged aid including expert damage assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese donors have given over 18 million dollars, and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave ShenZhen port on Monday for Taiwan.
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Thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for road repair that would allow them return to their homes, some fear that it could take months or years due to the state of the roads damaged by massive landslide triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959.

The official death toll from the August typhoon Morakot stands at 123 but Taiwan president Ma estimated that now it exceeds 500 people. More than 35000 people in the disaster areas have been rescued but thousands more remains stranded in the mountains over a week later.

Honghuqi was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday. When the incident happened there was no choice, all of our chickens and sheep were there we didn't have time to think, and we don't have any chance to go back and take care of them.

Qingfeimei who had been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home. We still want to go home, we don't want to have them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear, we don't want that, as soon as the road is fixed we would go home and see if our house is still there or not.

In Alishang over 200 volunteers carried food baskets on their backs which they planed to delivered to fellow villagers still in the mountains. Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologiazed for initially refusing the offers. 6 countries including the United States have pledged aid including expert damage assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese donors have given over 18 million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave ShenZhen port on Monday for Taiwan.
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Thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for road repair that would allow return to their homes. Some fear that would take months or years due to the state of the roads damaged by massive landslides triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959. The official death toll from the August 8th typhoon Morakot stands at 123. But Taiwan President Ma estimates that it now exceeds 500 people. More than 35,000 people in the disastrous areas have been rescued, but thousands more remained stranded in the mountains over a week later. * was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday.
"When the incident happened, there was no choice. All of our chickens, sheep were there. We didn't have time to think. And we don't have any chance to go back and take care of them."
* who have been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home.
"We still want to go home. We don't want to have them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear. We don't want that. As soon as the road is fixed, we'll go home and see if our house is still there or not."
In Alishan, over 200 volunteers carried food baskets on their backs which they planned to deliver to the fellow villagers still in the mountains. Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologised for initially refusing the offers. Six countries including the United States have pledged aid including expert damage assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese donors have given over 18 million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave Shenzhen port on Monday for Taiwan.
Puja Bharwani, Reuters.
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Thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday waiting for roads repaired that would allow a return to their homes.

Some fear that it could took months or years due to the state of the roads damaged by massive landslide triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959.

The offical death roll that the Augest typhoon Maroca stands 123, but Taiwan president Ma admit that it now exists 500 people. More than 35,000 people in the diaster areas have been rescued ,but thousands more remain stranded in the moutains over a week later.

Wen huqi, was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday, When insident happened, there was no choice, all our chicken and sheep were there, we don't have time to think and we don't have any chance to go to take care of them.

Chang fengmi who have been in the shelter for two days just want to go home. we still want to go home we don't want to have them always given our food to eat and clothes to wear we don't want that. as soon as the road is fixed we will go home and see if our house is still there or not.

In Alishan, over 200 volunteers carried food boxes on their backs which they planed to delivered to fellow villages still in the mountains. foreigner aid beganed to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologised for initially refusing the offers. Six countries icluding the United States have pledged inlcuding experts damage assessment and water filtration tool. Chinese donors have given over 18,000,000 dollars and a cargo ships loaded with aid is due to leave Shenzhen port on Monday for Taiwan.

Puja Bharwani, Reuters.
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Hundreds of evacuees took refuge in churchs and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday , waiting for road repair that allow to return to their homes. Some fear that could take months or years , due to the state of the roads damaged by the mudslides triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959. The official death toll from the August eighth typhoon Marokot stands at 123, but Taiwan president Ma estimates now it exceeds 500 people. More than 35,000 people in the disaster areas have been rescued, but thousands of more were stranded in the mountains over a week later.

Feng Fuqi was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday. “When the incident happened, there was no choice. All of our chicken and sheep were there, we didn’t have time to think and we don’t have chance to go back and  take care of  them. “

Jiang Feimin who has been in the shelter for two days , just want to go home. “ We still want to go home .We don’t want to have them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear. We don’t want to them. As soon as the road fixes , we’ll go home and see if our house is still there or not.”

In A’li shan area, over200 volunteers carried food baskets on their backs which they plan to deliver fellow villagers dealing in the mountains . Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after the leaders appologized for initially refusing the office. Six countries including the United States have pledged to aid including expedite  damage assessment and water treat tools. Chinese donators have given 18 million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave Shenzhen port on Monday for Taiwan.

Puja Bharwani,Reuters.
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Thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for road repair that would allow to return to their homes, some fear that could take months or years due to the state of the roads damaged by massive landslide triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959.

The official death toll from the August 8th typhoon Morakot stands at 123 but Taiwan president Ma estimates that now it exceeds 500 people. More than 35000 people in the disaster areas have been rescued but thousands more remains stranded in the mountains over a week later.

Honghuqi was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday. When the incident happened there was no choice, all of our chickens and sheep were there we didn't have time to think, and we don't have any chance to go back and take care of them.

Qingfeimei who had been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home. We still want to go home, we don't want to have them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear, we don't want that, as soon as the road is fixed we will go home and see if our house is still there or not.

In Alishang over 200 volunteers carried food baskets on their backs which they planed to delivered to fellow villagers still in the mountains. Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologiazed for initially refusing the offers. 6 countries including the United States have pledged aid including expert damage assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese donors have given over 18 million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave ShenZhen port on Monday for Taiwan.

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Thousands of ~ took refugees in churchers and temples in Southern Taiwan on Monday waiting for road repaired that would allow return to their house. Some fear that it could take months or years due to the state of the roads. Damage by massive land's lines trigues by the worse typhoon to hit the island since 1969. The official ~~ from ~ typhoon miracle stands on 123 but Taiwan President Ma estimates that it now exceeds 500 people. More than 35 thousand people in the disaster area have been rescured but thousands more remain stranded in the mountain over a week later. Hong Hu Qi was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday. When the insident happened there was no choice all of  the chickens, sheep were there, we didn't have time to think and we don't have any chance to go back and take care of them.  Chang Fei Min who have been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home. We still want to go home, we don't want to have them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear,we don't want that. As soon as the road is fixed we will go home and see if our house is still there or not. In Ali xiang over 200 volunteers carry food baskets on their backs which they plan to deliver to follow villagers still in the mountains.  Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan on monday after leader apologized for initially refusing the offers.
Six countries including the United States have pledged aid including expert damage assessment and water fuel ~. Chinese donate have given over 80 million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave ShenZhen port on Monday for Taiwan.
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Thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for road repair that would allow return to their homes, some fear that could take months or years due to the state of the road damaged by massive landslide triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959.

The official death toll from the August typhoon Morakot stands at 12.3 but Taiwan president Ma estimated that now it exceeds 500 people. More than 35000 people in the disaster area have been r?escued but thousands more remains stranded in the mountains over a week later.

Honghuqi was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday. When the incident happened there was no choice, all of our chickens and sheep were there we didn't have time to think, and we don't have any chance to go back and take careful
Qingfeiming who had been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home. We still want to go home, we don't want to have them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear, we don't want that, as soon as the road is fixed we would go home and see if our house is still there or not.

In Alishang over 200 volunteers carried food baskets on their backs which they planed to delivered to fellow villagers still in the mountains. Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologiazed for initially refusing the offer. 6 countries including the United States have pledging that  aid including expert damage assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese donours have given over 18 million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave ShenZhen port on Monday for Taiwan.
人的一生应当这样度过 当回忆往事的时候  他不至于因为虚度年华而痛悔   也不至于因为过去的碌碌无为而羞愧
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Thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in Southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for roads to be repaired. That would allow return to their homes. Some fear that could take months or years due to the state of the roads, damaged by massive landslides, triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959. The official death toll from the August state typhoon Morakot stands at 123. But Taiwan President Ma estimated that now exceeds 500 people.

More than 35 thousand people in the disaster area have been rescued but thousands more remains stranded in the mountains over a week later. Hong Huqi was an evacuator from his village by a helicopter on Sunday. “When the incidents happened, we had no choice, all of our chickens, sheep were there. We didn’t have time to think. And we don’t have any chance to go back and take care of them.”

Chang Fingmei who had been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home. “We still want to go home. We don’t want to have them always gives us food to eat and clothed to wear. We don’t want that. As soon as the road is fixed, we’ll go home and see if our houses are still there or not.”

In Ali Shan over two hundred volunteers carried food baskets on their backs, which they planned to deliver to fellow villagers in the mountains. Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan after leaders apologized for initially refusing the offers. Six countries including the United States have pledged aid including expert damages assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese donators had given over 18 million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave Shenzhen port on Monday for Taiwan.

Although the world is full of suffering , it is full also of the overcoming of it .
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Thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for road repair that would allow them to return to their homes. Some fear that could take months or years due to the state of the roads damaged by massive landslides triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959.

The official death toll from the August 8th typhoon Morakot stands at 123, but Taiwan President Ma estimates that it now exceeds 500 people. More than 35000 people in the disaster areas have been rescued, but thousands more remains stranded in the mountains over a week later.

Honghuqi was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday. When the incident happened, there was no choice. All of our chickens / sheep were there. We didn't have time to think, and we don't have any chance to go back and take care of them.

Qingfeimei who had been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home. We still want to go home. We don't want to have them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear. We don't want that. As soon as the road is fixed we will go home and see if our house is still there or not.

In Alishang over 200 volunteers carried food baskets on their backs which they planned to delivered to fellow villagers still in the mountains. Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologized for initially refusing the offers. 6 countries including the United States have pledged aid including expert damage assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese donors have given over 18 million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave ShenZhen port on Monday for Taiwan.

Puja Bharwani, Reuters
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Thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for road repair that would allow a return to their homes. Some fear that could take months or years due to the state of the roads damaged by massive landslides triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959.



The official death toll from the August 8th typhoon Morakot stands at 123, but Taiwan President Ma estimates that it now exceeds 500 people. More than 35000 people in the disaster areas have been rescued, but thousands more remains stranded in the mountains over a week later.



Hung hu chi was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday. When the incident happened, there was no choice. All of our chickens sheep were there. We didn't have time to think, and we don't have any chance to go back and take care of them.



Chiang fengmei who had been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home. We still want to go home. We don't want to have them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear. We don't want that. As soon as the road is fixed we will go home and see if our house is still there or not.



In Alishang over 200 volunteers carried food baskets on their backs which they planned to delivered to fellow villagers still in the mountains. Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologized for initially refusing the offers. 6 countries including the United States have pledged aid including expert damage assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese donors have given over 18 million dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave ShenZhen port on Monday for Taiwan.



Puja Bharwani, Reuters



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Thousands of evacuees took refuge in churches and temples in southern Taiwan on Monday, waiting for road repair that would allow return to their homes, some fear that could take months or years due to the state of the road damaged by massive landslide triggered by the worst typhoon to hit the island since 1959.


The official * from the August typhoon Morakot stands at 123.But Taiwan president Ma estimated that now it exceeds 500 people. More than 35,000 people in the disaster area have been rescued.But thousands more remains stranded in the mountains over a week later.

Honghuqi was evacuated from his village by a helicopter on Sunday. "When the incident happened there was no choice, all of our chickens and sheep were there,we didn't have time to think, and we didn't have any chance to go back and take care of them".

Qingfeimei,who had been in the shelter for two days just wanted to go home. "We still want to go home, we don't want to have them always give us food to eat and clothes to wear, we don't want that, as soon as the road is fixed we would go home and see if our house is still there or not".

In Alishang over 200 volunteers carried food baskets on their backs which they planed to deliver to fellow villagers still in the mountains. Foreign aid began to arrive in Taiwan on Monday after leaders apologiazed for initially refusing the offers. 6 countries including the United States have pledged aid including expert damage assessment and water filtration tools. Chinese donors have given over 18,000,000 dollars and a cargo ship loaded with aid is due to leave ShenZhen port on Monday for Taiwan.
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