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An Earthquake Shook the Capital of Taiwan

An earthquake rocked the Taiwanese capital of Taipei. The quake was 5.7 on the Richter scale and it's happened today, informs Reuters. Witnesses of the natural phenomenon commented that

Beijing Made Serious Warning Against a US Military Presence in Taiwan

On the day that a US warship enters the Taiwanese port of Gaoyuan, the Chinese People's Liberation Army will unite China. The words are written by Lee Kexin, the Ambassador to the United

Taiwan is the first in Asia to recognise same-sex marriage

Taiwan has become the first place in Asia to leaglise gay marriage today following a landmark ruling by the country's top court. A panel of 14 grand justices made the ruling that current

Shattering diplomacy, U.S. President-elect speaks to Taiwan president, irking China

BEIJING, China - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s administration is already breaking barriers and shattering diplomacy. < BNN Over the last week, Trump has engaged in calls with

Taiwan opposition party leader to meet Chinas president

Beijing - The chairperson of Taiwan's main opposition Nationalist Party was due to meet with Chinese President and Communist Party leader Xi Jinping on Tuesday as part of a continuing dialogue

The world’s strongest typhoon has Taiwan and China on its radar

TAIPEI, Taiwan - The world’s strongest typhoon in 2016 struck taiwan, carrying maximum winds of 134mph (216km/h) as it approached the island. > Big News Network As the super-typhoon

Visit From Chinese ’United Front’ Official Sparks Fears in Taiwan

A recent visit by a top ruling Chinese Communist Party official from Shanghai for talks on city-to-city ties has sparked political worries in democratically ruled Taiwan over what is a highly

China cuts communication chords with Taiwan

BEIJING, China - Taiwan’s persistent failure in accepting the ‘One China’ principle has further irked the Asian nation that considers Taiwan to be part of its own territory.>

Taiwan’s president all set to visit allies in first overseas trip

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen will visit allies Panama and Paraguay next month in her first overseas visit after assuming power.> Big News Network According to

Taiwan mourns beheading of four-year-old girl

TAIPEI, Taiwan — The entire island nation was in a deep shock and mourning on Tuesday, a day after a 4-year-old girl riding her bike was decapitated by a man armed with a cleaver in a

At least five dead, 30 trapped after Taiwan quake topples building

Taipei, Feb.6 (ANI): At least five died and more than 30 were trapped after a powerful earthquake in Taiwan felled a 16 storey apartment complex full of families who had gathered for Lunar New

Taiwan President Visits Disputed South China Sea Island

TAIPEI - The president of Taiwan, a staunch but overlooked claimant in Asia's biggest maritime territorial dispute, flew to a contested island Thursday to send a signal that has reached as far

Taiwan opposition wins presidency, China warns against independence move

Taiwan's independence-leaning opposition leader Tsai Ing-wen won a convincing victory in presidential elections on Saturday and pledged to maintain peace with giant neighbour China, which

Taiwan could elect its first female president with Tsai Ying-wen

TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Taiwan may elect its first female president on Saturday, reports BigNewsNetwork Tsai Ying-wen, the 2016 presidential candidate of the opposition Democratic Progressive Party,

Obama administration authorizes $1.83 billion arms sale to Taiwan

The US administration formally notified Congress on Wednesday of a $1.83 billion arms sale package for Taiwan, including two frigates, anti-tank missiles, amphibious assault vehicles and other

Taiwan Officials Make Low-Profile Visit to Disputed South China Sea

TAIPEI, TAIWAN - Two Taiwan government officials visited an islet in the heavily disputed South China Sea on Saturday to kick off operations at a lighthouse. The trip is likely to irritate rival

China and Taiwan leaders to meet after seven decades

HONG KONG The presidents of China and Taiwan will meet on Saturday in the first such meeting since the Communist takeover on the mainland in 1949 that divided the two. President Ma Ying-jeou

Weakened Soudelor Leaves 14 Dead in China, Taiwan

Heavy rain continued Sunday in southeastern China where the remnants of Typhoon Soudelor moved further inland leaving flooding and at least 14 people dead. The system, which was

2 Women to Vie for President in Taiwan

TAIPEI, TAIWAN - Taiwanese voters next year are all but sure to elect a woman as their next president. The ruling Nationalist Party on Sunday picked Taiwan's deputy legislative speaker and

TAITRA to lead delegation of Taiwan suppliers to Mumbai on May 14

Mumbai, May 13 (ANI-Businesswire India): The Taiwan External Trade Development Council ( TAITRA) will be leading a delegation of 20 Taiwanese suppliers to Mumbai on May 14 in order to further

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