Cross-Strait Relations

Taiwan regrets latest exclusion from World Health Assembly

Taipei, May 8 (CNA) Taiwan on Tuesday expressed regret that it has once again being excluded from the annual World Health Assembly (WHA) meeting,...

Taiwan rejects Beijing’s reiteration of One China principle

TAIPEI (CNA) — Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) reiterated that "only the government elected by the Taiwanese people can represent the Taiwanese people,"...

Taiwan to lobby WHA delegates in Geneva

TAIPEI (CNA) — A delegation comprised of civic group members will depart Taiwan for Geneva May 16 to promote Taiwan’s bid to take part...

Ruling party faces crushing defeat in Taiwan election, could hit midlife crisis

TAIPEI (The China Post) -- The ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) suffered a crushing defeat in the “nine-in-one” elections on Nov. 24, losing seven...

231 Taiwanese return from Hubei, placed in quarantine

TAIPEI (CNA) — A total of 231 Taiwan nationals, originally stranded in China's Hubei province due to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, returned to Taiwan late...

Taiwanese take to street in Brussels to protest China’s ‘bullying’

Brussels, June 26 (CNA) Taiwanese nationals and officials posted overseas took to the streets of Brussels on Tuesday in their first ever protest against...

Taiwan asks U.S. airlines not to bow to China pressure on name change

Taipei, April 28 (CNA) The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Saturday it has urged two U.S. airlines not to give in to pressure from...

Tsai warns China against altering status quo

TAIPEI (CNA) – In view of China's increased saber-rattling in relations with Taiwan, President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) yesterday issued a stern protest against Beijing,...

Taiwan’s main political parties take issue with Xi’s remarks

TAIPEI (CNA) – The two major political parties in Taiwan responded negatively Wednesday to a speech by Chinese President Xi Jinping (習近平) earlier in the day, saying Beijing should recognize Taiwan's existence and abandon its “one country, two systems” unification scheme.

MAC denounce ‘One country, two systems’

TAIPEI (CNA) — China’s “One country, two systems” formula has long been a failed policy and is never going to work, Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs...

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