Chinese Military Beefs Up Coastal Forces As It Prepares For Possible Invasion Of Taiwan

Chinese Military Beefs Up Coastal Forces As It Prepares For Possible Invasion Of Taiwan.
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Czech Speaker Receives International Support in Response to China’s Threat Over Taiwan Visit

After the head of the Czech Senate said “I am a Taiwanese’” in a speech at Taiwan’s parliament on Tuesday, a throwback to the late U.S. President John F. Kennedy’s defiance of communism in Berlin in 1963, China slammed him for crossing a red line. China, which claims democratic Taiwan as its own territory, has […]

27 Hongkongers Re-arrested Over University Clashes Last Year

Hong Kong police on Sept. 2 re-arrested 27 protesters who gathered near Polytechnic University last year in support of students trapped inside as police tried to storm the campus. The 27 protesters, aged between 16 and 37, include 15 students, one teacher, and office workers. Two are underage, according to police. They all face the […]

3-Year-Old Girl Safe After Being Lofted by Kite in Taiwan

TAIPEI, Taiwan—A 3-year-old girl in Taiwan was reported safe after becoming caught in the strings of a kite and lifted several meters into the air. The unidentified girl was taking part in a kite festival Sunday in the seaside town of Nanlioao when she was caught up by a giant, long-tailed orange kite. Video shot […]

Taiwanese President Lauds Australia’s Efforts in Protecting Freedom and Democracy

Taiwanese President Dr Tsai Ing-wen has commended Australia for defending democracy and freedom in the Indo-Pacific region in a pre-recorded address to the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) on Aug. 27. Tsai spoke on a range of topics and commended Australia’s response to Beijing-instigated challenges in the Indo-Pacific region, including building islands in the South […]

US Joins Taiwan to Mark Battle Anniversary Amid Tension With China

KINMEN, Taiwan—Amid rising tensions with Beijing, the de facto U.S. ambassador in Taiwan took part on Sunday for the first time in commemorations of a key military clash and the last time Taiwanese forces joined battle with the Chinese Communist Party on a large scale. The Chinese regime has stepped up military activity around the […]

Taiwan Unveils Raise in Defense Spending as China Details Combat Drills Near Island

Taiwan unveiled a $1.4 billion increase for next year’s planned defence spending, as China details its latest combat drills near the democratic island.