Debbie Wu of the AP via the Guardian:
All 165 passengers and crew scrambled down emergency chutes or jumped from cockpit windows - some just seconds before the blast.So they all got out in time, and nobody even got hurt.
Passengers described a normal landing after Flight CI-120 landed on the resort island of Okinawa from the Taiwanese capital of Taipei. But as the jet came to a stop near the terminal, they said that the left engine began smoking, followed by the right one.
When the smoke started billowing outside the plane, the cabin crew already was standing by the doors, said a passenger who gave his surname as Tsang and identified himself as a guide for Taipei's Southeast Tours.
"The passengers saw the smoke first and they began to yell and demand that the doors be opened," he said.
Debbie Wu has a lot more and there's more elsewhere of course, including this from the BBC:
The passengers - including two kids - and crew got off the plane using inflatable emergency slides.
Police said terrorism was not suspected.