By: Wu Che-hao and Christie Chen
Taipei, July 27 (CNA) Exactly one month after a devastating dust explosion killed nine people and left hundreds of others in critical condition, Taiwanese people are continuing to donate money to the victims of the blast and their families.
On Monday, the Buddhist Huairen foundation donated NT$2 million (US$63,440) to an account opened by the Minister of Health and Welfare to gather funds for the victims of the June 27 explosion at a New Taipei water park.
That same day, a charity affiliated with the Lantian Academy of Classical Learning in Nantou, central Taiwan, also donated NT$1 million to the Nantou county government to help the blast victims. [FULL STORY]