A 6.8 magnitude earthquake hit southeastern Taiwan on Sunday, collapsing a three-story building and derailing a passenger train, amongst other damage. Taiwan has been hit by several earthquakes since Saturday evening.

There has been one reported death. A man died after equipment fell on him while working at a cement factory in Yuli, a city of about 25,000 residents.

More than 7,000 households in Yuli were reported to have lost power.

"There is a possibility of aftershocks in the future," said President Tsai Ing-wen. "I would like to appeal to the people of Taiwan to remain vigilant."

The relief teams will inspect various roads, bridges, hydropower and water supply pipes for damage following the earthquake. A fire department in Taiwan reported that it saved four people who were in a convenience store that collapsed.

Tsunami warnings have now passed, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. Japan has also lifted its tsunami warning.

There have been over 100 tremors since Saturday. Tremors were also felt in Hong Kong.

A rooftop collapsed at a badminton court in the city of Taoyuan, drawing attention on social media.