The divide and rule strategy that will define Taiwan’s presidential election

KAOHSIUNG (Taiwan News) -- Divide and rule is a political strategy that can be traced all the way back to Niccolò Machiavelli and Renaissance Italy, but it is ass relevant and effective today a...

MAC poll shows majority in Taiwan disapprove of China’s threats

TAIPEI (Taiwan Today) -- The overwhelming majority of people in Taiwan oppose China’s military threats and ongoing efforts to suppress the country’s international space, according to a pol...

Taiwan blasts China over its 'barbaric behavior' in Czech Republic

TAIPEI (CNA) -- Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Friday blasted China for what it called "barbaric behavior" after Taiwan's representative in the Czech Republic was for...

Taiwan's former Minister of Economic Affairs, and KMT leader Chiang Pin-kung has died

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – A former official tasked with managing cross strait ties, and a member of the KMT party, Chiang Pin-Kung (江丙坤), born in 1932, passed away on Dec. 10, according to a messag...

MAC poll finds majority in Taiwan disapprove of China’s threats

TAIPEI (Taiwan Today ) -- The majority of people in Taiwan disapprove of China’s military threats and ongoing efforts to suppress the country’s international space, according to a regular ...

2 Chinese immigrant women injured in Puyuma Express derailment in Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Two Chinese immigrant women were injured in yesterday's (Oct. 21) deadly derailment of a Puyuma Express train that killed 18 and injured 190 in northeastern Taiwan's Yi...

Travel volume via mini-three links continues to increase

Taipei, Oct. 13 (CNA) The travel volume between Taiwan's offshore Kinmen County and China via the three mini-links in the first nine months of this year grew by 10.87 percent year-on-year, accordi...

President Tsai described by former U.S. official as ‘very mature’ in cross-strait relations

TAIPEI (CNA) — In a seminar held by Washington think tank Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, former U.S. Acting Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Susan Th...

Taiwan's MAC urges China to be more responsible with cross-strait ties

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) issued a response to statements made by China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Friday, Sept. 21 when Yi met with the Domin...

MAC poll finds majority in Taiwan disapprove of China’s political interference

TAIPEI (Taiwan Today) -- The majority of people in Taiwan disapprove of Beijing’s efforts to suppress the country’s international space, according to a poll released Aug. 16 by the Cabinet...

China's pressuring will only make Taiwan stronger: Premier Lai

Taipei, July 27 (CNA) China's pressuring of Taiwan is not conducive to cross-Taiwan Strait relations and will only make Taiwan stronger and more united, Premier Lai Ching-te (賴清德) said Friday. ...

Xi reveals 'four reasons' he is confident China-Taiwan ties will improve

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Following the meeting between former KMT chair Lien Chen and Chairman of the Chinese Communist Party Xi Jinping on Friday, July 13, Chinese leadership and media are making...

Taiwan not a problem, but a miracle: former US Official

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Former senior U.S. official and Princeton University professor Thomas J. Christensen says Taiwan "is not an issue, not a question, not a problem, but a miracle" ...

2018 Taipei-Shanghai City Forum postponed

Taipei, June 22 (CNA) The annual Taipei-Shanghai City Forum has been postponed, probably until after Taiwan's year-end local government elections, according to a Taipei City councilor. Lin Ruey...

China considers issuing resident ID for Taiwanese working in China: former NSC chief

TAIPEI (Taiwan) - Former National Security Council Secretary-General Su Chi (蘇起) said that the Chinese government is talking about a plan to issue a resident identity card to Taiwanese studying and wo...