AIT names Raymond Greene as new Deputy Director

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Raymond Greene began his post as Deputy Director of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) on June 21, said the AIT in a press release. Greene was previously posted to ...

US House resolution calls for full diplomatic ties with Taipei, 'One China, One Taiwan Policy'

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – A Republican in the House of Representatives has put forward a resolution that calls for an end to the United States’ One China Policy, and calls for the resump...

120 Taiwanese trade and industry reps to participate in US investment summit 

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Led by Minister without Portfolio John Deng (鄧振中), 120 Taiwanese trade and industry representatives will participate in the SelectUSA Investment Summit held between June 2...

AIT Director cheers on dragon boat team 

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The soon to be former Director of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), Kin Moy, cheered on the AIT dragon boat team Saturday, June 16. Moy told CNA that he still rem...

Can the United States abandon Taiwan?

SINGAPORE (East Asia Forum) -- The first five months of 2018 have seen a remarkable downturn in the state of relations across the Taiwan Strait with China ratcheting up its diplomatic, econo...

Top Taiwan Minister headed to Washington in July to meet US officials

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – A Taiwanese government minister is reportedly preparing to visit the Washington D.C. to meet with senior State Department officials in July, according to sources in Washin...

AIT Director conferred Great Medal of Diplomacy ahead of leaving Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Taiwan’s Foreign Minister Joseph Wu (吳釗燮) conferred the highest honor of the ministry, the Great Medal of Diplomacy, on Director of the American Institute in Ta...

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State does Taichi in Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – United States Assistant Secretary of State Marie Royce spent at least one of her mornings in Taipei practicing her Taichi moves with local residents, according to a pictur...

Editorial Roundup: Excerpts from recent editorials

Excerpts from recent editorials in the United States and abroad: ___ June 13 China Daily on relations between U.S. and China amid Secretary of Sta...

Taiwan President Tsai meets visiting U.S. official

TAIPEI (CNA) - President Tsai Ing-wen met Marie Royce, assistant secretary of state for educational and cultural affairs at the U.S. Department of State, Wednesday, hailing her visit as a show of...

AIT head blames cross-strait impasse on China

TAIPEI (CNA) - The visiting chairman of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) praised President Tsai Ing-wen Wednesday as a "pragmatic and reasonable leader" and said Beijing shou...

More than a building, new AIT complex bears hope of stronger Taiwan-US ties

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – After over nine years of construction with a budget of US$255 million, the new compound of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) was finally unveiled on June 12. It is ex...

US Senators Gardner and Rubio congratulate Taiwan on new AIT complex

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Two U.S. Republican Senators spoke on the Senate floor on June 11 and expressed their congratulations and best wishes for the new complex of the American Institu...

New AIT complex unveiled as symbol of ‘strong US commitment to Taiwan’  

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Even though the world kept a close eye on the Trump-Kim summit Tuesday morning in Singapore, a low-profile but perhaps more celebratory event was taking place at the ...

US lauds its ties with Taiwan on dedication of new office

TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — The U.S. has dedicated a new representative office in Taiwan in what officials described as a sign of robust ties with the self-governing island democracy that China claims as it...