Taiwan New Party officials indicted for working on behalf of China

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – New Party spokesman Wang Ping-chung (王炳忠), his father and two supporters were indicted for violations of the National Security Act Wednesday, including recruiting serving ...

Chinese student spy released from jail, barred from leaving Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) - The first Chinese student in Taiwan found guilty of spying and sentenced in prison has been released on Tuesday, yet remains subject to a travel ban.  Zhou Hongxu (...

Taiwan Supreme Court hears case against accused Chinese spy

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan’s Supreme Court will hear the case of Zhou Hong-xu (周泓旭) today for attempting to develop a spy network in Taiwan and thus violating the National Security...

Taiwan officers not involved in spying for China: Ministry of National Defense

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Four serving military officers and two retired employees made statements as witness but were not being accused of spying for China in the scandal surrounding a New Party o...

Taiwan's New Party spokesman rejects allegations about funding from China

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Hours after accusations he had been involved in a Chinese spy ring, New Party spokesman Wang Ping-chung (王炳忠) denied Tuesday that he had accepted US$200,000 (NT$5.9 millio...

Taiwan charges Chinese student with using New Party spokesman

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Prosecutors on Tuesday charged a Chinese student who is appealing against a 14-month prison sentence with using New Party spokesman Wang Ping-chung (王炳忠) to develop a spy ...

Taiwan investigators search homes of pro-Chinese New Party officials

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Prosecutors searched the homes of four officials from the small pro-Chinese New Party (新黨) Tuesday morning, with media reports claiming a link with the recent conviction o...

No sensitive issues in cross-strait officials' meeting: MAC

Taipei, June 23 (CNA) The two top government officials in Taiwan and China in charge of cross-Taiwan Strait affairs will not touch on any highly sensitive political topics during an upcoming meeting...

Demonstrators urge law, order in reaction to protester occupations

Taipei, May 4 (CNA) Some 15,000 demonstrators waved Republic of China flags and sang the national anthem in a rally in front of the Presidential Office to call for peace and law and order Sunday. ...

Blues and News take to the street

Members of the KMT Youth League and the Young Workers Federation took to the streets Sunday morning in Taipei in an event titled "Support the rights of the public power, our society must be stable". O...