Beijing reiterated Wednesday that Taipei must accept the "one China" policy as a precondition for the island's participation in international organizations, including the upcoming International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) meeting in Canada.
Describing the current state of cross-strait relations as akin to "squabbling adults," representatives of Taiwanese enterprises working in China called for urgent action from Taiwan's government on Wednesday, during an event in Taichung.
The R.O.C. Air Force on Wednesday denied that a Chinese military aircraft briefly trespassed into Taiwan's aerial identification zone Monday.
Tien Hung-mao (田弘茂) officially took on the role of Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF, 海基會) chairman Monday, saying that he hoped relations with China could be actively pursued to benefit people on both sides of the Taiwan Strait.1 Comment
A ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) legislator Friday accused 58 former ministerial officials and local government chiefs of taking advantage of a legal loophole to circumvent a ban on traveling to China.
Medical tourism is one of the six industries to bear the brunt of the drastic decline in the number of tourists from mainland China, with a market loss estimated at NT$245 million this year, according to a special report released by the Chinese-language United Evening News (UEN).1 Comment
Approximately two dozen venture capital firms from Taiwan and mainland China met in Taipei on Thursday morning to discuss partnership possibilities as well as to talk about the differences and challenges in the two investment markets.
The Cabinet's repudiation of a Facebook post by Minister Without Portfolio Chang Ching-sen (張景森), which described Chinese visitors as Taiwan's most needed friends, showed two serious problems in Tsai Ing-wen's ......
Premier Lin Chuan reaffirmed Tuesday that all visitors to Taiwan are welcome, in the wake of a Facebook post by Minister without Portfolio Chang Ching-sen that Chinese visitors are Taiwan's most-needed friends.
Newly appointed Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF) chairman Tien Hung-mao (田弘茂) expressed hopes of engaging in dialogue with senior mainland Chinese authorities over an alternative to the "1992 Consensus" on Monday, saying that current cross-strait relations cannot get any worse.