The moment a 6.0 magnitude earthquake hit Taiwan's northeastern coast, several resting cats popped their eyes open.
Weather officials said around 2,000 buildings lost power in the quake. Witnesses told Reuters they felt buildings rattle as far as Taiwan's capital, Taipei, which is nearly 300 miles away.
Railway service was suspended. There were also reportedly gas and water leaks.
Officials said no one was hurt. They also noted that Taiwan is located right near two tectonic plates, making it prone to earthquakes.