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Taiwan’s President Accuses China of ‘Intimidation’

Taiwanese President Tsai Accuses China of ‘Intimidation’ and ‘Coercion’

Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen on Saturday minced no words as she accused China of resorting back to aggressive policies for pressurizing the self-ruled island. Tsai, who will soon on weeklong Central American tour, was speaking at the yearend conference in Taipei.

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-Wen

China Warns US over Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-Wen's Visit

Taiwan Foreign Ministry announced on Thursday that the country's President Tsai Ing-Wen will pass through the United States during her visit to Latin America, a move that has angered China.

Taiwan Moves Closer to Legalize Gay Marriage.

Taiwan Moves Closer to Legalize Same Sex Marriage; Draws Mixed Reactions from Netizens

Taiwan's Parliament on Monday took a first step towards legalizing the same sex marriage by passing first draft of the controversial marriage equality bill. The controversial bill now awaits final hurdle in mid next year when it will come for final review in the parliament.

China Protests over Taiwan’s Inclusion in US Defense Bill.

China Loses Cool over Taiwan’s Inclusion in US Defense Bill

China has lodged a stern protest with the United States after outgoing President Barack Obama signed a US defense policy, suggesting that the US must conduct senior military exchanges with self-ruled Taiwan.

Communist-Backed Newspaper Urges Beijing to Use Military Force on Taiwan

Communist-Backed Newspaper Urges Beijing to Use Military Force to Take Taiwan

The Chinese Communist Party mouthpiece, the Global Times, has called on Beijing to prepare for the use of all-out military force as a means to take control of Taiwan and its people.

Ambassador Cui Tiankai

China Tells US that National Sovereignty, Territorial Integrity are not 'Bargaining Chips'

China's ambassador to the United States said that Beijing would never bargain with Washington over issues pertaining to its national sovereignty or territorial integrity.

Donald Trump

Chinese Media Warns Trump that His Pride will Lead to His Downfall

"Pride goes before a fall," this is the stark warning that US president-elect Donald Trump has received from a Chinese government-backed newspaper in a scorching attack after he threatened to realign his country's policies towards Beijing.

Trump Attacks China Anew on Social Media

Trump Attacks China Anew on Social Media

US President-elect Donald Trump took to Twitter and attacked China anew on Sunday, accusing Beijing of currency manipulation and increasing its military aggression in the disputed South China Sea.

Cecilia Malmstrom in her remarks said that China had introduced impossible terms of engagement at the WTO.

EU Blames China for World Trade Organization Relapse

China has been put under the spotlight by the European Union over submission of impossible terms of engagement at the World Trade Organization aimed at cutting imports and exports of environmentally friendly products by nearly over $1 billion.

US Vice president-elect Mike Pence said US-Taiwan controversial phone call was merely a

Mike Pence Shrugs Off Trump’s Call with Taiwanese President as ‘Courtesy Call’

US Vice President-elect Mike Pence on Sunday downplayed the significance of Donald Trump's phone conversation with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen on Friday, describing the phone call as a "mere courtesy" call.

Taiwan's President Calls up Trump

Donald Trump Speaks to Taiwan's President, as Showdown with China Looms

US President-elect Donald Trump spoke with Taiwan's President over the phone on Friday. The controversial call is an unprecedented move that overturned diplomatic protocol ever since Washington recognized the 'One China' policy in 1978.

Dipplomatic brouhaha

Trump Shows Anti-Communist Streak by Talking to Taiwan’s President, who China Hates

The U.S. is legally bound by treaties to defend Taiwan in the event of war with China.

China Warns Taiwan Over Hong Kong.

China Warns Taiwan to Stay Away from Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Movement

China warned Taiwan on Tuesday to stay out of Hong Kong's affair, claiming that the self ruled island's interference could cause instability in the former British colony.

Malaysia Deports Taiwanese suspects to China.

Malaysia Deports Alleged Taiwanese Telephone Scammers to China; Taiwan Protests

Malaysia deported 74 suspects - including 21 Taiwanese suspects - to China on Tuesday in connection with the multi-billion dollar telecom fraud scam. This is the latest development in deportation saga that has had considerable impact on cross-strait relation.

Taiwan To Hold Operation in Itu Abai

Taiwan To Hold Rescue Operation in South China Sea by end of this Month

Taiwan has announced that it plans to conduct rescue drills near its sole territorial holding in disputed South China Sea by end of this year. The operation would be first big operation by Taipei in the disputed maritime territory ever since pro-independent leader Tsai Ing-wen assumed office earlier this year.

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