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Beijing Warns of ‘Drastic Measures’ as Taipei Says Conflict ‘Not the Answer’
On Wednesday, Dec. 29, 2021, Beijing warned the government of Taiwan that it will take “drastic measures” if the latter attempts to fight for formal independence. In response, on Friday, Jan. 1, Taiwanese President Tsai...
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US Defense Act Makes Provision for Taiwan’s Participation in RIMPAC Naval Exercises
President Joe Biden recently signed into law America’s defense spending blueprint for next year called the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The act contains a provision that asks Washington to allow Taiwan to participate in...
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Tokyo and Washington Planning for Taiwan Emergency
For the mainland Chinese regime, Taiwan is a renegade province that rightfully belongs to the communist People's Republic. Though Beijing has indicated its preference for a peaceful "unification," it does not rule out military force,...
US-Born Star Wang Leehom Apologizes to Wife for Infidelity, Announces Temporary Hiatus
Taiwanese-American mega star Wang Leehom has issued a public apology to his ex-wife Lee Jinglei after a scandalous feud that has gripped the Chinese-speaking world. Wang first announced on Dec. 15 that he and Lee...
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New US Military Software Seeks to Predict Chinese Response
In what seems straight out of a science fiction movie, U.S. military commanders in the Pacific have developed software designed to predict China’s responses to some of America’s actions. The tool is expected to be...
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Nicaragua Receives 1 Million COVID-19 Vaccines from China After Dropping Diplomatic Ties With Taiwan
Days after cutting formal diplomatic relations with Taiwan, the government of Nicaragua has received one million vaccines from the mainland Chinese government. Government representatives returned to the Central American nation on Dec. 12 with news...
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Future of Taiwan’s President Tsai Could Hinge on How She Handles a Vote on 4 Policies
While COVID-19 ravaged and devastated most of the world, Taiwan was praised and viewed as a model to follow in the way it kept the pandemic at bay, allowing its citizens to largely go about...
Nicaragua Ends Diplomatic Relations With Taiwan, Recognizes Beijing Under ‘One-China’ Policy
Nicaragua’s government announced on Dec. 9 that it would move to officially cut diplomatic ties with Taiwan and recognize Communist China, which claims the self-governed island as part of its territory.  The People’s Republic of...
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Lithuania Facing Corporate Boycott Triggered by Beijing
Lithuania is facing a hard time doing business with China after Beijing reportedly instructed multinationals to cut off ties with the tiny European nation. China’s trade censorship follows Lithuania’s decision to allow Taiwan to open...
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US and Taiwan Reach New Agreement to Bolster Chip Technology
The U.S. and Taiwan have reached a new agreement to strengthen cooperation between the two by establishing new frameworks in technology trade, investment and innovation.  U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo’s office said a five-hour call...
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Rolling Out ‘Full Process Democracy’, Beijing Attempts to Equate Communism With Liberty
News analysis U.S. President Joe Biden’s campaign saw the invitation of over 100 world leaders, civil society and private-sector representatives to his long-touted "Summit for Democracy” held on Dec. 4 and 5. The virtual summit...
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China Calls ‘Emergency Meeting’ With Japanese Envoy After Abe’s Remarks on Defending Taiwan
After former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Dec. 1 that neither his country nor the United States could stand by if Communist China attacked Taiwan, Beijing’s foreign ministry summoned Japan’s ambassador for an...