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Security breach reveals Taiwan's intelligence operations against China

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — In a startling revelation, purported documents detailing Taiwan's intelligence operations against China have reportedly been leaked and are for sale on a black hat hac...

Taiwanese travelers may face interrogation when visiting China

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwanese planning to visit China should be cautious due to the potential risk of interrogation or unexpectedly having their travel documents revoked, warned the Straits E...

Legislator flags alleged Chinese online campaigns to sway Taiwan's elections

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Allegations of a campaign to influence Taiwan's 2024 elections through Chinese visitors have surfaced, coinciding with the Taiwanese government's disclosure of com...

Taiwan International Religious Freedom Summit warns about China’s long arm of repression

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Attendees of the Taiwan International Religious Freedom Summit (TIRF) in Taipei last week called for a concerted international effort to rein in China’s long-arm jur...

New law could see Chinese punished for wearing clothes that ‘hurt national feelings’

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A proposed amendment to a public security regulation in China has spurred opposition from academics, as people could be detained if their outfit is deemed as “hurtin...

Taiwan lists 7 things people visiting China should not ask about

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The Taiwanese government on Thursday (Aug. 24) advised people planning to visit China to avoid inquiring about seven topics that could lead to spying accusations from the ...

Taiwan presidential candidates urged to press China on detained publisher

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — All candidates for the 2024 Taiwan presidential election were asked to give their stances on the case of Taiwan-based Chinese publisher Li Yenhe (李延賀), who was arbitrarily...

Taiwan’s overseas Mandarin learning centers hit by Chinese cyberattacks

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan’s Mandarin education center in Paris came under Chinese cyberattacks last year amid Beijing’s ongoing “united front” campaigns, a Taiwanese ...

Exodus of students reported at Chinese college due to COVID

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — China’s Zhengzhou is struggling to contain a resurgence of COVID as students of a university were reportedly fleeing the campus following the lockdown of a Foxconn p...

China dodges question about Taiwan resident detained over ‘separatism’

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A Chinese official on Wednesday (Sept. 14) shunned questions about a Taiwanese resident arbitrarily detained recently and threatened to sanction pro-Taiwan independence di...

UMC founder Robert Tsao ditches Singapore citizenship for Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Chip tycoon Robert Tsao (曹興誠) said on Thursday (Aug. 25) that he will soon restore his Taiwan citizenship and he is ready to die in the country as a show of solidarity aga...

Chinese writer ‘appalled’ by reeducation remark over Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Chinese writer and human rights activist Chang Ping (長平) said the recent talk about “reeducating Taiwanese” by China's Ambassador to France Lu Shaye (盧沙野) ...

Taiwan’s Academia Historica panned over post about ‘Republic of China’s’ inheritor

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Academia Historica, which manages Taiwan’s historical archives and artifacts of presidents and vice presidents, has come under fire for a post suggesting the “...

China exploits search engines to advance propaganda

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — China has manipulated search engines to shape people’s perceptions and spread the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) propaganda, according to U.S. research group,...

Beijing denies funding pro-CCP organization in Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — China’s Taiwan Affairs Office (TAO) Spokeswoman Zhu Fenglian (朱鳳蓮) on Wednesday (July 6) rejected allegations that Beijing has been channeling funds to support a pro...