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China Blasts Singapore's Military Cooperation With Taiwan
A Chinese state newspaper has strongly criticized 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
Jeb Bush Says Gay Marriage Is 'Distraction' From Economy
Jeb Bush is on a three day visit to Taiwan and today the former Florida governor said the economy is the number one issue in the United States, calling same sex marriage a “distraction” in the presidential campaign. Bush made the comments at a question...
Overseas Taiwanese Return Home to Vote
An estimated 250,000 Taiwanese expatriates returned to Taiwan, Saturday, to choose their next president. Nationalist (KMT) candidate Ma Ying-jeou, a Harvard-educated lawyer and former mayor of Taipei, handily defeated Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) candidate Frank Chang-ting Hsieh by
Election Fever in Taiwan
Amid final preparations for the Beijing Olympics and the dramatic U.S. presidential race, China's neighbor, Taiwan, is gearing up for its own national elections. Millions of Taiwanese will go to the polls on March 22 to choose a new president and help decide if Taiwan will try its luck against
LSI's China Plan Changed by Taiwan Election
U.S. chip designer LSI Corp. has opened two new offices in Taiwan, investments the company had put off until a new president...
TSMC Chairman Headed to Boao Forum
The chairman of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing will be part of a delegation to the Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) this week...
Election Hints of New Cooperation by Taiwan , China
Analysis: Taiwanese companies may find it easier to work with China after a change in power.
Tibet Debate Spills Over to Taiwan
Street violence and protests in Tibet have become the focus of the debate in Taiwan's heavily contested presidential elections. Taiwan's uncensored media has interrupted its ceaseless coverage of the presidential race with reports from Tibet's capital, Lhasa, where violence has erupted on the
Taiwan Front-Runner to Loosen Tech Transfer
Popular Taiwanese presidential hopeful Ma Ying-jeou would relax technology transfer and investment regulations if he's elected.