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Tourism Bureau slams viral 'ads' praising fall in Chinese tourists
The Tourism Bureau on Monday strongly criticized parody advertisements circulating online that celebrate the dropping numbers of Chinese visitors at tourist destinations in Taiwan.
 
Premier against 'political factors' in entertainment
Premier Lin Chuan (林全) has said that actors and actresses should be allowed to act in movies without "political factors" getting in the way, in response to an incident in which a Taiwanese actor lost his place in a Chinese film over his "vague" political views about China.
 
Taiwan and mainland China did not communicate following the Permanent Court of Arbitration's (PCA) South China Sea ruling, Mainland Affairs Council (MAC, 陸委會) Minister Katharine Chang (張小月) revealed Wednesday.
 
Communication between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait has not been as smooth as before, and the government is working on measures to improve the situation, the head of the Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) said Monday.
 
The Mainland Affairs Council (MAC, 陸委會) on Thursday rejected Chinese officials' claims that Beijing was told of an accidental missile launch after neighboring countries had already been informed.
 
Taiwan denies waiting to tell China of missile blunder
The Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) on Thursday rejected Chinese officials' claims that Beijing was told of an accidental missile launch only after neighboring countries had already been informed.
 
China should have received notification from Taiwan about the Navy's accidental launching of a missile into the Taiwan Strait on Friday, July 1, given that Taipei has used all available means of communication with Beijing, a senior Taiwanese official in charge of cross-strait affairs said Sunday.
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The misfiring of a missile by Taiwan's Navy seems to be showing that President Tsai Ing-wen is speeding up the island's military preparation for battle against China, a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) organ claimed Saturday.
 
The misfiring of a missile by Taiwan's Navy seems to be showing that President Tsai Ing-wen is speeding up the island's military preparation for battle against China, a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) organ claimed Saturday.
 
Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council (MAC, 行政院大陸委員會), responding to Taiwan's Navy's accidental launching of a missile, notified mainland China's Taiwan Affairs Office (TAO, 國台辦) of the mishap on Friday.
 
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