Photo of the Day: Inflatable 'tank man' pops up in Taipei

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- As the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre nears on June 4, photos of an inflatable 'tank man' sculpture have surfaced on Taiwanese social media. Due t...

Photo of the Day: South Korean man shows Taiwan flag in Tiananmen Square

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- As the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Massacre nears on June 4, a South Korean student boldly posed with a Taiwan flag in the middle of the square. After studying for a s...

Apple Music China removes song by Hong Kong star due to association with Tian'anmen Square

TAIPEI (Taiwan news) — A song by Hong Kong pop icon Jacky Cheung (張學友) has been pulled from Apple Music in China due to its association with the Tian’anmen Square Massacre. This year ma...

LinkedIn censors Tiananmen leader for China, backtracks next day

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- After censoring the account of a Chinese Tiananmen Square leader and activist on its site in China, LinkedIn changed its mind and unblocked him the next day, claiming he had be...

George HW Bush's muted response to Tiananmen Massacre greatest US China policy failure: Scholar

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- An American scholar asserts that former President George H.W. Bush's muted response to the Tiananmen Massacre was the United States' greatest China policy failure since...

Veteran protest in China fizzles after Beijing agrees to release those in custody

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The large veteran protests that erupted last weekend in China’s Henan province, have quietly dissipated, after the government conceded to the protester’s initi...

Taiwan President appeals to Chinese netizens on 29th anniversary of Tiananmen Square Protest

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Monday, June 4, marks the 29th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Protest in China, and Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) talked about the democratization and work of t...

Taiwan, Hong Kong artists criticize authoritarian regimes at MOCA video art exhibit

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – A video art exhibition discussing epoch-making political events in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and China over the course of two decades was opened at the Museum of Contemporary Art...

Reporters Without Borders opens first Asia office in Taipei

TAIPEI (Taiwan News)—Press freedom watchdog Reporters Without Borders, also known under its French name Reporters sans frontières (RSF) announced Thursday it will open its first Asia bure...