Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen on Wednesday urged the World Health Organization (WHO) to reconsider membership for Taiwan, which has long been blocked by Beijing, in light of the virus epidemic spreading from Wuhan.
Communist China’s government is growing increasingly uneasy about the Wuhan virus, an outbreak the Chinese have been accused of covering up until the infections and fatalities became impossible to deny.
Chinese officials confirmed the death toll of a mystery coronavirus spreading from central China doubled to six people from Monday into Tuesday, insisting that Beijing is prepared to screen potential carriers as Asia prepares for Lunar New Year, one of...
China has effectively pledged military action against Taiwan should its newly re-elected President Tsai Ing-wen and her Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) push for secession, stating they will stop at nothing to stop the country seceding from the mainl...
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi took time from his visit to Zimbabwe on Monday to condemn Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen for being re-elected in a landslide, declaring that Taiwan's "separatists" would "stink for 10,000 years."
PRAGUE (AP) - The Czech capital, Prague, on Monday signed a partnership agreement with the capital of Taiwan, Taipei - three months after cancelling a similar deal with Beijing and angering the Chinese government.
Rick Fisher, a senior fellow at the International Assessment and Strategy Center, described Taiwan's "landslide" re-election of President Tsai Ing-wen as a victory for freedom around the world
American and Taiwanese officials celebrated President Tsai Ing-wen's reelection on Saturday, in what was seen as a rebuke to China.
In one of the odder twists of the Taiwanese presidential election, representatives of the pro-China Kuomintang party (KMT) accused incumbent President Tsai Ing-wen of “sucking up to the Chinese Communist Party” while insisting it is unfair to describe ...
Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen urged China to co-exist with a sovereign Taiwan and warned the world that "One Country, Two Systems" – the policy that applies to Hong Kong and Beijing has attempted to impose on Taiwan – is simply not viable in remarks ...
Republic of China (ROC) Chief of General Staff Shen Yi-ming, Taiwan’s top military officer, was killed along with seven others in a helicopter crash on Thursday.
As the sun sets on another year, those who left their mark on 2019 prepare for a new decade – one that will likely face unprecedented political, economic, and moral challenges to the free world. With 2019 came a growing
The legislature of Taiwan on Tuesday passed an “anti-infiltration” bill designed to reduce political activity by hostile foreign governments – primarily, but not specifically limited to, China.
China sailed its newest aircraft carrier through the Taiwan Strait for the second time on Thursday as it stepped up its claims in the South China Sea, the Taiwanese Defense Ministry has announced.
The Catholic News Agency (CNA) on Sunday spotlighted hundreds of Catholic migrants celebrating Christmas at St. Christopher’s Church in Taipei, Taiwan, continuing a tradition that began in 1958.
Legal proceedings have begun against a former employee of Taiwan-based production and distribution company A Really Happy Film (Taipei) who is alleged to have embezzled $3.3 million (NT$100 million) of the company’s funds over a four-year period. A Rea...
Prosecutors announced on Thursday that police have detained ten people during the investigation of a visa scam that brought thousands of Chinese into Taiwan, some of whom may have been Chinese espionage assets.
A study published by the Lowy Institute of Australia on Wednesday found that China now has more diplomatic missions around the world than the United States, with a total of 276 posts to America’s 273.
Apple is reportedly forecasting a significant jump in iPhone sales as consumer demand for 5G devices is expected to boost the popularity of the iPhone 12, set to debut next year.
While mainland China’s Golden Rooster Awards crowed all over social media about the star power of its attendees, the more modest Golden Horses in Taiwan this year had to make do with a red carpet full of relative unknowns and sponsors that had fl...