Former pro-China presidential candidate Han Kuo-yu became the first mayor in the history of Taiwan to lose his job via recall this weekend. More residents of his city, Kaohsiung, voted to recall him than voted to elect him in 2018.
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen wrote a Facebook post on Thursday commemorating the 31st anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre. She described June 4 as a day the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) thinks it can erase from the calendar.
Chinese people voted the U.S. „the most disappointing country“ in the world for its response to the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic, according to an opinion poll conducted by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) newspaper Global Times, which published a report…
Tsai Ing-wen delivered her second inauguration speech on Wednesday, vowing that she would continue to lead Taiwan „in the values of democracy and freedom“ and rejecting China’s efforts to colonize the island.
The office of Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen announced on Monday that information security services are investigating a suspected cyberattack.
The democratic government of Taiwan announced on Tuesday its twelfth day of no new Chinese coronavirus cases in the country and thirty-seventh day since identifying a documented domestic case.
China’s state-run Global Times newspaper warned on Wednesday that, should pressure on the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) to include Taiwan become successful, the Communist Party may be forced to solve „the Taiwan question once and for all via non-p…
Taiwan’s health minister was forced to plead with the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) on Wednesday to share first-hand data about the deadly Chinese coronavirus, saying epidemic-prevention work is being slowed by its exclusion.
Taiwan has „not yet“ received an invitation to a meeting this month of the World Health Organization’s (W.H.O.) lead decision-making body, the World Health Assembly, the government said on Monday.
The government of Taiwan published a letter, Fox News reported on Monday, sent to officials at the World Health Organization (WHO) in December, warning of „atypical pneumonia“ in China – evidence, Taipei says, that the WHO had reason to believe the Chi…