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NBA player, China critic Enes Kanter nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Former Boston Celtics player, steadfast China critic, and leading human rights activist Enes Kanter Freedom has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize. Freedom’s ...

Photo of the Day: Made-in-Taiwan Winnie Xi toy

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Netizens have taken notice of a Taiwan-made figurine that mocks Chinese Chairman Xi Jinping (習近平) by merging him with Winnie the Pooh. Earlier this week, a Reddit user ...

Anonymous posts Taiwan flag, Peng Shuai on CCP website

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Decentralized international hacktivist group Anonymous has hacked into a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) website to upload the words "Taiwan Numbah Wan," Taiwan...

Olympics Live: Biden aide says boycott states US principles

BEIJING (AP) — The Latest on the Beijing Winter Olympics: ___ President Joe Biden’s national security adviser says the United States “did not go around the world kn...

Chen vs Hanyu the latest in Olympic figure skating rivalries

In the pantheon of figure skating rivalries, Nancy and Tonya soars like a triple lutz above the rest. Two athletes in their prime, each trying to be America's golden girl, on the big...

Omicron, Pooh and jumpy financial markets to end 2021

___ Stocks end 2021 on a weak note, still notch big yearly gain Wall Street ended 2021 on a weak note Friday, but still managed to end the year with big gains. The ...

'Pooh,' 'Sun Also Rises' among works going public in 2022

WASHINGTON (AP) — “Winnie the Pooh” and “The Sun Also Rises” are going public. A.A. Milne's beloved children's book and Ernest Hemingway's classic novel, along with films starring B...

Photo of the Day: Hong Kong election with CCP characteristics

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A Swedish cartoonist created this illustration to mock the highly undemocratic way the elections for the Legislative Council (LegCo) in Hong Kong were weighted in Beijing&...

China's dictatorship lectures Taiwan on democracy

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan's Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Wu (吳釗燮) was incredulous on Thursday (Dec.15) after the communist regime in Beijing lectured Taiwan on democracy and refere...

Omicron in Mandarin sounds like 'I exterminate CCP'

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — This cartoon surfaced late last month when the World Health Organization (WHO) skipped two Greek letters for the latest COVID variant, including Xi, which many suspected w...

Taiwanese to gain US$700 in annual income from unification: Chinese media

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A claim by a Chinese Communist Party (CCP) mouthpiece that Taiwanese will see an increase in income after unification has drawn ridicule from both sides of the Taiwan Stra...

Chinese reporter convinces nobody with Peng Shuai's 'latest photos' tweet

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Chinese reporter Shen Shiwei (沈詩偉) posted on Twitter three images of Chinese tennis player Peng Shuai (彭帥) on Friday (Nov. 19), saying the athlete had shared them in her W...

Photo of the Day: NBA star sports 'Free China' shoes

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Turkish NBA player Enes Kanter on Sunday (Oct. 24) wore a pair of shoes with the words "Free China" painted on the sides, the third such act of footwear defiance...

Anti-CCP duet 'Fragile’ featuring Taiwan-based singer breaks 12 million views

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A video mocking China's authoritarian government titled "Fragile" has shattered the 12 million view mark in just one week. On Oct. 15, Malaysian rapper Na...

Anonymous posts Taiwan independence flag on CCP website

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The decentralized international hacktivist group Anonymous has hacked into a Chinese government website for Qinghai Province, where it uploaded Taiwan's national flag,...