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The Splendid Floriculture Experiment Center in Taiwan

Often referred to as “Taipei’s Secret Garden,” the Floriculture Experiment Center is located on the edge of Yangmingshan National Park on the outskirts of Taipei City.  It is a popular attraction that offers stunning sights of a variety of flowers and plants throughout the year. History Covering an area of over 4 hectares (10 acres), […]

USS McCain Transit Through Taiwan Strait Shows Indo-Pacific is ‘Free and Open’

American warship USS McCain recently made a routine transit through the Taiwan Strait, a narrow waterway between communist China and Taiwan. It is the first such operation carried out since Biden became the president of the United States.  It comes after Beijing made threatening statements and added military pressure to Taiwan, sending warplanes into Taiwanese […]

Breathtaking Plum Blossoms in Taiwan

Winter is a good time to enjoy plum blossoms in Taiwan. There are many popular places across Taiwan that are famous for plum blossom appreciation. Among them are plum tree farms in central Taiwan’s Nantou County and some public parks in Taipei City. Please watch the following video of “Breathtaking Plum Blossoms in Taiwan.” Nantou […]

Communist China Breaches Taiwan Air Defense Zone, Sends Aggressive Message to Biden Administration

In what appears to be a warning to the new U.S. administration, Communist China recently sent warplanes into Taiwan’s Air Defense Identification Zone (ADIZ) for two consecutive days. On Jan. 23, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) sent 13 planes, including fighter jets, nuclear-capable bombers, and anti-submarine aircraft. The next day, the PLA sent in 15 […]

China-Taiwan Tensions Peak One Week Into the Biden Administration

Barely one week into the Biden presidency and communist China is already instigating conflict with Taiwan. Chinese jets and bomber planes recently entered Taiwan’s air defense identification zone, inflaming China-Taiwan tensions. In response, Taipei deployed missiles.  The Biden administration criticized the breach of Taiwan’s airspace. State Department spokesperson Ned Price called it part of the […]

Zhuo Ye Cottage: A Nostalgic Leisure Farm in Taiwan

Zhuo Ye Cottage (卓也小屋) is a nostalgic leisure farm located in central Taiwan’s Miaoli County. It is like a retreat away from the turmoil of the world and is an awesome destination for those who want to experience country life and explore traditional Hakka culture.  Please watch the following video of “A Nostalgic Leisure Farm […]

Alex Azar Praises Taiwan’s Critical Role Exposing the CCP Virus, Slams China for Hiding the Truth

U.S. Health Secretary Alex Azar recently praised Taiwan for the critical role it played in telling the world about the CCP virus outbreak at a time when Beijing tried to suppress the news. In a speech given at a Heritage Foundation online seminar, Azar said that the initial American response to the coronavirus was problematic […]

American UN Ambassador Craft’s Taiwan Visit Planned, Then Canceled

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Kelly Craft's Taiwan visit has been canceled, the Department of State announced on Jan. 12 following a previous...

Washington Boosts US-Taiwan Relationship by Lifting Self-Imposed Restrictions

For many years, the U.S. has followed several internal restrictions that regulate how officials interact with Taiwan. Washington had implemented these restrictions with the...

Beijing Fumes as America’s UN Ambassador Announces Taiwan Trip

Kelly Craft, the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, will be making a 3-day trip to Taiwan between Jan. 13 and 15. She will...

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