Taiwanese slim down with nationwide campaign
Nearly half of adults in Taiwan and a quarter of children are obese.
The Taiwanese government is so concerned that they have put the nation on a diet.
For the past two years Taiwan's residents have been encouraged to eat more healthily and take more exercise. Companies, community groups and schools are given awards for hitting their weight-loss targets.
And it is working. Taiwanese have together lost 2.2 million kilograms since the start of the scheme.
Cindy Sui reports from Taipei.
22 Feb 2013