Three Taiwanese in Nepal airlifted to safety by Indian army

Focus Taiwan
Date: 2015/04/30
By: Ho Horn-ru, Tang Pei-chun, Maubo Chang

Kathmandu, April 30 (CNA) Three Taiwanese who were trekking through the 201504300033t0001valley in Langtang National Park, which is 130 km north of Nepal’s capital of Kathmandu, when the earthquake rattled the region, called Taiwan’s representative office in New Delhi, India, Wednesday afternoon, saying that they were safe.

Chang Kui-chen (張桂真), told the office that she and Chen Yen-chun (陳彥君), Chen Yu-chin (陳玉琴), and their British friend Michael Tandy were stranded at Langtang Village after the quake, and were airlifted out along with 70 other visitors by India’s military helicopters April 29.     [FULL  STORY]

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