Radio Taiwan International
People around Taiwan are celebrating the Mid-Autumn Festival on Monday, with the
smell of barbecue lingering in the air throughout the three-day weekend. But with clouds rolling into Taipei, it is unclear whether the full moon – the star of the holiday – will be visible on Monday night.
After nearly a week of unseasonably hot and sunny days, the weather on Saturday began to feel a bit more like autumn in Taiwan. Northeasterly winds swept in, bringing low temperatures of 22-23 degrees Celsius, and increasing the chance of rain.
Unstable weather has also brought pollution – with unhealthy air affecting Taiwan from Thursday, September 20, through Sunday September 23 [FULL STORY]