Former President Ma Ying-jeou emphasized that relations with mainland China and the United States needed to be approached with equal emphasis in remarks made to university students Tuesday in Taipei.
Trump: Why follow 'one China' policy? - Tearing up 'one China' will bring 'real storm': Beijing media
Beijing said Monday that U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's comments questioning the "one China" policy could jeopardize Sino-American relations, while analysts warned that Trump was risking a military crisis as well as a trade war.3 Comments
The Presidential Office is refusing to comment on U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's apparent questioning of the U.S.' future commitment to the "One China" policy, while local lawmakers have offered mixed responses.1 Comment
Four Chinese military aircraft circled Taiwan as part of a long-distance training mission on Saturday, according to the Ministry of National Defense (MND).1 Comment
The Presidential Office denounced what it described as Chinese "political intervention" after restaurant chain Hai Pa Wang (海霸王) placed an advertisement in a local paper pledging support for the "one China" principle.
Mainland China could step up efforts to pressure Taiwan's diplomatic allies into breaking off relations with the R.O.C. to punish the Tsai administration for a recent phone call with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, the National Security Bureau (NSB, 國安局) said on Monday.
Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF, 海基會) Chairman Tien Hung-mao (田弘茂) said on Friday that he believed the continued gestures of goodwill from Taiwan could eventually open up dialogue and cooperation with China.
Taiwanese fraud rings based all over the world have for years swindled billions of dollars from members of the public through phone scams -- now they are the target of an angry China.
A Chinese state newspaper is strongly criticizing Singapore over the Southeast Asian city state's military training agreement with self-governing Taiwan, following the impounding of nine Singaporean infantry fighting vehicles transiting through Hong Kong.
The Financial Supervisory Commission (FSC, 金管會) said Wednesday that it will not support the closure of TransAsia Airways unless the airline shows good faith in repaying its loans to a consortium of banks. During a legislative session, FSC Chairman Lee Ruey-tsang (李瑞倉) said that unless the airline shows good faith and provides a definite source of repayment, his commission will support any decision by the banks and will ask the court to refuse to allow the company to dissolve.