Kinmen is a tiny and overlooked part of Taiwan but it is also on the frontlines of interactions with China, whether economic or military. The Washington Post takes an in-depth look at the island which is located right next to the Chinese city of Xiamen, Fujian.
By agreeing to accept imports of US pork, Tsai Ing-wen has taken a step to improve US-Taiwan relations but also risk strong criticism from the oppositi…
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The Czech Republic’s Senate President Milos Vystrcil led an 89-member delegation to Taiwan, which included the mayor of Prague and business representat…
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The tragic suicide of a young Taiwanese army lieutenant in April reveals the dire state of Taiwan’s military, where many units lack ammunition and othe…
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DPP candidate Chen Chi-mai won the mayoralty of Kaohsiung last Saturday after attaining 70 percent of the votes, easily beating the KMT’s Li Mei-jhen a…
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This week’s Taiwan Unraveled comes to you a little early due to me being on a trip to another part of Taiwan this week. The newsletter will be back to …
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Former Taiwan president Lee Teng-hui passed away on Thursday, July 30, at the age of 97. Lee was the first democratically-elected president and is cons…
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Taiwan’s government is worried about the growing chance of conflict, said Foreign Minister Joseph Wu. Given that China has several reasons to want to a…
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