The latest confirmed case comes a day after the government ordered the slaughter of about 42,000 chickens at a poultry farm.
As many as 15,000 chickens will be culled in Hong Kong to prevent an outbreak of bird flu.
From Hong Kong to China and Japan to the Unites States, bird-flu seems to be flying across continents affecting poultry and posing a severe threat to human wellness.
Taiwanese authorities began culling around 120,000 chickens on Friday following the latest outbreak of a less virulent strain of bird flu, one of the island's biggest culls in recent years.
Taiwan's agriculture authority confirmed Sunday that the strain of bird flu found in a goose breeding facility was H5N8.