Articles Tagged 'Taiwan'
Taiwan’s Tsai pledges support for people of Hong Kong after China proposes national security law
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen said late on Sunday that the self-ruled democratic island “stands with the people of Hong Kong” as she pledged “necessary assistance”… READ MORE
Taiwan heads to the polls in what is seen as a referendum on its relationship with China
Taiwan heads to the polls on Saturday with the island sitting in the center of a struggle for regional dominance between the United States and… READ MORE
Beijing vows to defend ‘islands and rocks’ in the South China Sea
A high-level colonel in the Chinese military admits there’s a possibility of a “miscalculation” in the South China Sea, but defended China’s “need” to protect… READ MORE
China Calls Any Challenge on Taiwan ‘Extremely Dangerous’
China’s defense minister warned that any effort to challenge its authority over Taiwan was “extremely dangerous,” following recent U.S. moves that signaled greater support for… READ MORE
Premier Li says China will resolutely oppose Taiwan independence
China will resolutely oppose and contain Taiwan independence, Premier Li Keqiang said in remarks prepared for delivery at the opening of the annual meeting of… READ MORE
Trump Not Going to Bow Down to China
Donald Trump said the U.S. shouldn’t necessarily “be bound by a One-China policy” in his first Sunday show interview as president-elect, adding that he doesn’t… READ MORE
China Threatens Nuclear War…
Less than a week before President-elect Donald Trump spoke with Taiwan’s president over the phone, China flew a pair of long-range nuclear-capable bombers around Taiwan… READ MORE
Made in Taiwan: Trump Call Provokes China?
President-elect Donald Trump had a potentially provocative phone conversation Friday with Tsai Ing-wen, the president of Taiwan, which could upset delicate relations between the U.S.… READ MORE
Taiwan accuses China of ‘extrajudicial abduction’ of workers in Kenya
HONG KONG (CNN) — Taiwan has accused China of carrying out a “gross violation of basic human rights” after 45 Taiwanese citizens were deported from… READ MORE
Taiwan’s Ma claims victory in presidential vote
Incumbent Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou claimed victory in the island’s presidential election on Saturday, pointing to smooth future relations with China and the likelihood of stepped-up economic integration.
“We have won,” Ma shouted to supporters at his Nationalist Party headquarters in Taipei as they gathered in pouring rain.
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