TRA introduces commuter train with 'satoyama' animal livery
Taipei, Feb. 6 (CNA) The Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) on Tuesday introduced an EMU800 commuter train decorated with animals indigenous to the "satoyama," a Japanese term that means the area between mountains and arable land, as part of a program to promote biodiversity in Taiwan.
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