SEISMOLOGIST POINTS OUT EARTHQUAKE ACTIVITY IN TAIPEI.
Kai-wen Kuo, seismologist at Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau in Taipei,
points out activity on a seismograph following a powerful earthquake in
Taipei on March 31, 2002. The earthquake, measuring 6.8 on the Richter
scale, rocked Taiwan at 0652 GMT Sunday, causing several buildings to
collapse and forcing a shutdown of the capital's subway system,
officials and witnesses said. REUTERS/Kenny Wu