WHO accused of 'carrying China's water' after official refuses to acknowledge Taiwan during bizarre interview
The World Health Organization (WHO) is being accused of "carrying China's water" after a senior adviser refused to acknowledge Taiwan during a bizarre interview with a Hong Kong news outlet. Canadian Dr.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - China accused the United States on Thursday of playing a dangerous game with its support for Taiwan, after a U.S. warship passed through the sensitive Taiwan Strait following heightened
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan doubled down on its criticism of China’s handling of the coronavirus crisis on Wednesday, saying the Communist Party cared more about power than its own people, while Beijing
TAIPEI (Reuters) - A top U.S. university, Johns Hopkins, has backed down on how it refers to Taiwan on a map detailing the spread of the new coronavirus after the island's government protested at the inclusion
Taiwan’s largest China-friendly political party is poised to abandon the policy that has underpinned its close relationship with Beijing, potentially raising the tension in one of the world’s most dangerous
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's air force scrambled for a second day in a row on Monday to intercept Chinese jets that approached the island claimed by Beijing as its own, as tensions between the two took
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Taiwan’s voters delivered a stinging rebuke of China’s rising authoritarianism on Saturday by re-electing President Tsai Ing-wen, who vowed to preserve the island’s sovereignty in the
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Hong Kong activists and budding pro-democracy politicians have flocked to Taiwan to observe its elections, aiming to bolster exchanges and galvanise an alliance against China's influence.
KAOHSIUNG, Taiwan (Reuters) - In balmy southern Taiwan, with its rural hamlets, industrial belts and slower-paced cities, a rising tide of residents are pushing back against opposition presidential hopeful
KAOHSIUNG, Taiwan—Fallout from Hong Kong’s unrest is galvanizing resistance against China on another front: Taiwan. Protests in Hong Kong against Beijing’s encroachment have inspired widespread sympathy
Then Josh Wang, from the Watchout civic group, stepped up to the microphone. “We’ve been fact-checking you as you spoke,” he said, “and we’ve found three problems.” Tsai, of the independenceleaning Progressive
TAIPEI, Taiwan — At first glance, the bespectacled YouTuber railing against Taiwan’s president, Tsai Ing-wen, just seems like a concerned citizen making an appeal to his fellow Taiwanese. He speaks Taiwanese-accented
As election nears, government heightens efforts to dispel online rumors fostered by Beijing TAIPEI—Taiwan is toughening laws, fostering memes and partnering with the likes of Facebook to fight back against