Taiwanese fed up with Chinese flags in Taipei blame Mayor Ko

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- After video footage surfaced on Sunday (April 28) showing still more pro-China supporters carrying Communist Chinese flags in Taipei, many Taiwanese netizens have become fed up...

Chinese runner criticized for trying to win race instead of carrying flag

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- A hapless Chinese marathon runner was not only possibly deprived of winning a race when a volunteer leaped on the track and shoved a Chinese flag in front of her, but Chinese n...

Communist Chinese shrine in western Taiwan bites the dust

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- The controversial former Buddhist temple which was converted into a Communist Chinese shrine by the conniving construction contractor who duped the temple's nuns in to taki...

Power, water cut to Communist Chinese shrine in western Taiwan, demolition set for next week

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- After the New York Times drew worldwide attention to a Buddhist temple which has been converted into a Communist Chinese shrine in western Taiwan, the Changhua County Magistrat...

Buddhist temple continues to be desecrated as Communist Chinese shrine in western Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- The New York Times this week gave a glimpse inside a Buddhist temple which has been converted into a bizarre Communist Chinese shrine, after a construction contractor evicted t...

Buddhist temple in Taiwan defaced, turned into Chinese Communist Party shrine

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – On April 1, a Changhua County councilor and several Buddhist nuns in Changhua made a plea to the local government to demolish a Buddhist temple that has been converted int...

Campaign's comment about Parkland student prompts outrage

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — A comment on an Iowa congressman's campaign Facebook page about one of the survivors of a Florida school shooting has prompted hundreds of comments, many met by mocking replies...

Taiwanese who join China's Communist Party could be fined up to NT$500,000

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Taiwanese who join the Communist Party of China (CPC) could face fines from NT$100,000 to NT$500,000 (US$3,390-US$16,950), said Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) Minister Kathari...

Petition to ban China flag in public passes threshold

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- An online campaign by Taiwanese netizens to ban the flag of China, also known as the Five-star Red Flag, from being displayed in public spaces in Taiwan has surpassed the 5,000...

Emirates nixes communist flag pin requirement for Taiwanese crew

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- In response to a backlash from Taiwanese crew, netizens, and a formal protest by Taiwan's foreign ministry, Dubai-based airline Emirates on Wednesday backtracked on its ord...

Hong Kong's young find new meaning in Tiananmen vigil

HONG KONG (AP) -- Hong Kongers plan to hold a candlelight vigil Thursday night to mark the 1989 student-led Tiananmen Square protests, an annual event that takes on greater meaning for the city's youn...