TAIPEI -- Taiwan has seized a mainland ship and seven crew
members for allegedly "crossing the line" in waters near Penghu County
in southwest Taiwan.
Taiwan's maritime patrol authority told Xinhua Tuesday that the seven
crew members were being held for further investigation in Penghu. Their
condition was described as normal.
The ship, used for refueling fishing boats, came from Dongdian Port
on the mainland, and was caught "crossing the line" on Monday morning,
according to Taiwan's maritime patrol authority.
The investigation is still underway, and the crew members may be punished with fines.