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China's new missiles targeting Taiwan
Defense Minister Feng Shih-kuan (馮世寬) on Monday confirmed that there is a growing military threat from China, which he said has been deploying a new type of medium-range ballistic missiles capable of hitting Taiwan.
 
Beijing piling on pressure against Taiwan independence: MAC
A Mainland Affairs Council (MAC, 陸委會) report released Sunday paints a bleak outlook for the thawing of the cross-strait freeze.
 
KMT places 6 versions of cross-strait oversight bill on next week's agenda
Kuomintang (KMT) Legislator Tseng Ming-tsung, a convener of the legislative Interior Committee, has scheduled a review on Wednesday of six versions of a law monitoring cross-strait agreements.
 
Premier seeks goodwill after Chinese warnings on independence
Premier Lin Chuan (林全) called for goodwill in cross-strait relations on Tuesday, a day after Chinese officials issued strong warnings to Taiwan against pursuing independence.
 
Taiwan-based Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海)'s new flat panel plant located in Guangzhou is eyeing the huge TV market in China, according to advisory firm TrendForce Corp.
 
The Presidential Office said it would not comment on "speculative reports," after local media claimed groundwork was being laid for a meeting between President Tsai Ing-wen and China's Xi Jinping.
 
Taipei has called for a peaceful resolution to territorial disputes in the East China Sea after U.S. President Donald Trump assured Japan that mutual defense agreements include the disputed Senkaku islands, known as the Diaoyutais in Taiwan.
 
The key to commemorating the 228 incident is to remember that the real masters of the country are the people and the state should be built on a foundation of liberal democracy, a Presidential Office official said on Thursday.
 
Beijing voices concern over bus accident in Kaohsiung
China's Taiwan Affairs Office (TAO) expressed concerns Saturday over a tour bus accident that injured 21 of the 26 Chinese passengers in Southern Taiwan's Kaohsiung City.
 
UPDATE: 22 Chinese tourist injured in bus accident in Kaohsiung
A tour bus carrying visitors from China hit a bridge in the southern port city of Kaohsiung, injuring 22 people, Taiwan Tourism Bureau said on Saturday
 
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