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China Rebukes Taiwan's Democratic Offer.

China Rejects Taiwan President’s Offer for Beijing to Accept Democracy

China on Monday expressed confidence in its political system after dismissing comments by Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen urging Beiijing to embrace democracy. Tsai made the comments on the eve of the 27th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square incident via a Facebook post.

Ma Ying-Jeou's Visit to Hong Kong.

Taiwan’s Former President Ma Ying-jeou Scheduled for Historic Visit to Hong Kong This Month

Taiwan's former president Ma Ying-jeou will visit China's autonomous city Hong Kong later this month, making him the most senior ex-leader from Taiwan to visit the autonomous city since 1949.

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China Criticizes Taiwanese President Tsai lng-wen for Being Single

China's state-run news agency Xinhua has attacked Taiwan's newly inaugurated female President Tsai Ing-wen for her unreliable brand of politics and governance, blaming it on the fact that she is 'emotional' and 'extreme' because she is unmarried.

Taiwan and China Trade Talks.

Taiwan Adamant on Passing ‘Supervisory Bill’ Before Resuming Trade Talks With China

Taiwan's Economics Minister Lee Chih-kung said on Wednesday that Taiwan has not set any schedule for re-starting trade talks with China. He revealed that the Taiwanese government wants to first pass its controversial 'supervisory bill' before resuming the negotiations.

Computex 2015

Computex Taipei 2016: What to Expect at This Year's Event?

Computex Taipei 2016, one of the largest computer expo in the world, is taking place this May 31 up until June 4 in the capital city of Taiwan. Major tech companies from around the world - such as Microsoft, Intel and NVIDIA - are expected to be present at the upcoming event, where they will share their insights and showcase their latest hardware technologies, products and services.

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China Threatens to Discontinue Talks With Taiwan, Demands Adherence to 'One China' Principle

China on Saturday threatened to discontinue talks with Taiwan if the country's new regime does not adhere to the 'one China' principle.

Taiwan New President

Taiwan New President: Tsai Ing-wen Proposes to Set Aside East and South China Sea Disputes

Taiwan new president Tsai Ing-wen has laid down her agenda as she assumed office on Friday.

Taiwan's new President's inaugural speech.

No Mention of 'One China Policy' in Taiwan President Tsai’s Inaugural Speech

Tsai Ing-wen conspicuously omitted the mention of the "one China policy" in her inaugural speech as the new President of Taiwan on Friday. Tsai, 59, who was sworn in as the first female president of Taiwan on Friday, urged China not to adopt an obstructionist policy toward Taipei.


Taiwan's Tsai Ing-wen Sworn in as President

Tsai Ing-wen, chairperson of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), has become the first female President of Taiwan.

China Warns Taiwan Over One China Principle.

China Says Taiwan Would be Blamed for any Impending Crisis

The incoming Taiwanese government will have to bear the blame for any impending crisis with China, Beijing said on Wednesday as it braces for pro-independent president Tsai Ing-wen to take charge of the island nation next week.

Chin and Taiwan,

Taiwan Accuses China of 'Political Interference' in WHO

The incoming Taiwanese government has accused China of 'political interference' in the World Health Organization (WHO). The accusation follows after a top Chinese official raised doubts last week over the island nation's ability to keep its observer status at the WHO.

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Taiwan Deploys Ships to Disputed Island After Japan Seizes Fishing Boat

Taiwan sent two patrol ships to Japan's Okinotorishima Island on Sunday in response to the seizure of a Taiwanese fishing vessel by the Japanese coast guard last week.

United States Treasury Department has put China on Watch List

USA Puts China on Watchlist for Foreign Exchange Practices

The US Treasury Department has released its watchlist of countries which are to be monitored for their foreign exchange practices. The list includes China, Germany, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan. According to the modified semi-annual report released on Friday, the Treasury Department will observe these countries to determine whether their foreign exchange policies offer them undue trade advantage over the U.S.

  4,800-Year-Old Fossil of Mother Holding Child Unearthed in Taiwan

4,800-Year-Old Fossil of Mother Holding Child Unearthed in Taiwan

Archaeologists in Taiwan have uncovered a human fossil of a mother looking down at a child being cradled in her arms.


Taipei Will Demolish 18 Bridges and 34 Underpasses in Two Years

Eighteen bridges will be demolished in Taipei before 2017, Mayor Ko Wen-je said on Saturday. The pedestrian bridges, most of them near elementary schools, were underused.

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