A 5.3 magnitude earthquake rocked the east coast of Taiwan, with no damage or injury reported.
Seismic stations on the island of Taiwan recorded an earthquake of magnitude 5.3 off the east coast of the island.
It was felt by residents of Hualien County 58.2 km from the epicenter at a depth of 23.5 km. Official authorities do not report material and human losses caused by the earthquake.
With a population of over 23 million, Taiwan is located in one of the most seismically active regions in East Asia.