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China has established a single network to monitor air pollution levels across the country, as the government attempts to control the spread of information about the country's toxic smog in response to rising public anger.
 
Publishers from China's Jiangxi, Taiwan forge links at book fair
Chinese publishers from Jiangxi Province signed several strategic cooperation pacts with their Taiwanese counterparts at the 2017 Taipei International Book Exhibition Wednesday, the opening day of the annual event that is of major significance to the publication sector in Asia.
 
Taiwan brushes aside Cambodia's ban of its flag
Taiwan was unwilling on Tuesday to call out Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen for his recent vow to ban Taiwan's national flag in his country because of Cambodia's "one China" policy.
 
UMC denies reports on employee poaching from China
United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC, 聯電), the second largest contract chip maker in Taiwan, Monday denied a local media report that a Chinese semiconductor firm has poached a number of the company's high-end chip developers.
 
Managers held over China massage parlor fire that killed 18
Authorities have detained those in charge of a foot massage parlor in eastern China in which 18 people were killed and another 18 injured in a fire Sunday.
 
Tsai calls on China to protect rights of Taiwanese businesses there
Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) on Sunday issued a call for China to help Taiwanese businesses there deal with operational challenges.
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China urged not to further reduce tourist numbers to Taiwan
Taiwan's top China policy official on Sunday called on Beijing not to further limit the number of Chinese tourists permitted to visit Taiwan and to allow opportunities for greater interaction, communication and friendship between the people on both sides.
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China criticizes Mattis' remarks on East China Sea island
The U.S. is putting regional stability in East Asia at risk, a Chinese spokesman said, following remarks by President Donald Trump's defense secretary that a U.S. commitment to defend Japanese territory applies to an island group that China claims.
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Beijing lashes out at Mattis remarks on islands
The U.S. is putting regional stability in East Asia at risk, a Chinese spokesman said Saturday following remarks by President Donald Trump's defense secretary that a U.S. commitment to defend Japanese territory applies to an island group that China claims.
 
Beijing concerned about Chinese tour group accident in southern Taiwan
The Taiwan Affairs Office (TAO) under China's State Council expressed concerns Saturday over a tour bus accident in southern Taiwan's Kaohsiung City, which injured 21 of the 26 Chinese nationals on board.
 
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