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China has begun the mass production of a domestically-developed amphibious landing craft which will enhance the country's amphibious capabilities and enable it to transport heavy military vehicles in the event of war with Taiwan, Chinese media reported recently.
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Don't bother overseas Taiwanese about the cross-strait issue: minister
Forcing overseas Taiwanese to get involved in the cross-strait showdown was "unethical and unnecessary," the Overseas Community Affairs Council minister said Friday.
Liaoning passes through tense Taiwan Strait
The military reportedly scrambled jets and navy ships to monitor the Chinese aircraft carrier Liaoning as it passed through the Taiwan Strait, Wednesday.
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Liaoning incoming
This photo taken on Dec. 24, 2016 shows the Liaoning, China's only aircraft carrier, sailing during military drills in the Pacific.
A total of 223 Taiwanese, who were deported over the past nine months from other countries on suspicion of telecommunications fraud, are still being held in China, where they were sent, the Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) said Sunday.
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A senior Chinese official responsible for Taiwan affairs said on New Year's Day that relations between Taiwan and China will remain rocky and complex over the coming year with plenty of uncertainty and potential risks.
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The National Security Bureau (NSB) recently urged retired secret agents not to travel to mainland China, even if their government-imposed travel restriction has expired.
Beijing 'dissatisfied' with name change of Japan's de facto Taiwan embassy
Beijing Wednesday expressed "strong dissatisfaction" with Japan's decision to change the name of its de facto embassy in the Republic of China to include the word "Taiwan."
Taiwan will develop Kinmen, an island group it controls off southern China, into a "model spot" for peaceful exchanges between the two sides of Taiwan Strait, the head of the Taipei-based Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF) said Wednesday.
Although there were more than 200,000 Chinese tourist visits to Taiwan last month, that number also represents a year-on-year drop of 43.25 percent, indicating a severe slowdown in the market since the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) took power in May, the Tourism Bureau said on Monday.
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