On 28 pages, Taiwanese citizens are prepared for an emergency: Where are fallout shelters located, how do sirens differ, and what should be stockpiled as emergency supplies? Earlier this week, Taiwan’s military published its first-ever handbook to help civilians prepare for a potential Chinese invasion. The manual is intended to raise awareness of how to respond to and survive emergency situations, said Liu Tai-yi (劉泰益) of the Ministry of Defense.
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