Sunday, October 12, 2014
A veiled attack on Taiwan's government by a Communist Party mouthpiece that criticized mainland Chinese with a “sick nostalgia” for Republic of China rule has drawn a flurry of negative responses from Web users in the authoritarian state.
Friday, October 10, 2014
Mainland China-based Ansteel Group (鞍山鋼鐵) will reportedly acquire a 60-percent stake in E United Group's (義聯集團) stainless steel mill in Guangzhou, according to Economic Daily News.
Thursday, October 9, 2014
President Ma Ying-jeou on Wednesday named a former vice president to represent him at the upcoming APEC summit in Beijing, effectively ending hopes of a meeting between him and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping (習近平).1 Comment
Taiwan's student-led protest against a trade-in services agreement with China earlier this year was held to preserve values cherished in Taiwan, not because of a fear of China, a Taiwanese official posted in the United States said Tuesday.
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
China's cyberwarfare forces never stop attacking government and popular privately run websites in Taiwan, Premier Jiang Yi-huah said Tuesday in response to questions at a legislative hearing on cyber-attacks from Beijing.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) apprehended a middle-aged man in Taipei on Monday for allegedly drugging and raping a dozen male models in mainland China, including one who died from a drug overdose.
The number of tour groups from China expected to visit Taiwan during China's upcoming week-long National Day holiday will grow only minimally from last year due to a new policy aimed at promoting high-quality tours, travel agents said Tuesday.
China has cited “separatist forces” in Taiwan as a pretext for building up its military strength, with a goal of being capable of launching a large-scale operation against the island by 2020, according to the Ministry of National Defense (MND).
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
Beijing authorities should listen and heed the voices of the Hong Kong people and handle their opinions with a peaceful yet cautious attitude, said President Ma Ying-jeou yesterday.3 Comments