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China offering to 'fill every hotel room' in Palau to abandon Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The president of Palau has reportedly sent a letter to a U.S. senator alleging that China is offering to fill the country's hotel rooms with Chinese tourists and pay U...

Taiwan diplomat confirms stable relations with Tuvalu

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Ties with Tuvalu are stable, Taiwan Representative to Australia Douglas Hsu (徐佑典) said. Hsu said in an interview with ABC that he was “quite confident” that...

Foreign minister shares details of Nauru's diplomatic break with Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan Foreign Minister Joseph Wu (吳釗燮) revealed new details regarding the termination of diplomatic relations between Taiwan and Nauru in a recent interview with the Wash...

Taiwan, Eswatini reaffirm diplomatic ties

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan and Eswatini signed a declaration reaffirming their commitment to deepening diplomatic relations on Thursday (Feb. 1). During the signing ceremony, Taiwan Foreig...

Expert talks value of Taiwan's formal diplomatic relations

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — International law scholar and constitutional reform activist Raymond Sun (宋承恩) says Taiwan’s formal diplomatic allies still have value, despite their dwindling numbe...

Taiwan will keep tabs on post-election developments in Tuvalu

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) will monitor post-election political developments in Tuvalu, deepen friendly relations with newly elected parliamentarians, and ensu...

Taiwan foreign ministry rejects claim staff burned Nauru flag during withdrawal

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) denounced a video purportedly showing diplomatic staff destroying the Nauru flag while withdrawing from the Pacific Islan...

China steps up military pressure on Taiwan after US visit

Beijing has sent 33 fighter jets and a group of six naval vessels toward Taiwan, the island's Defense Ministry said on Saturday, adding that Taiwan responded by deploying its own forces. The numb...

Climate threatened Tuvalu holds election watched by Taiwan, China

SYDNEY, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Voting began on Friday (Jan. 26) in the tiny Pacific Island nation of Tuvalu in a national election that is being closely watched by China, Taiwan, the U.S. and its ally Aus...

Taiwan condemns Nauru for accepting 'one China' principle

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan criticized Nauru for accepting China’s “one China” principle on Wednesday (Jan. 24). The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said it expressed &...

US lawmakers visit Taiwan following island's elections

Two US lawmakers arrived in Taiwan on Wednesday, marking the first trip by US officials since the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party won a third consecutive term in this month's preside...

Taiwan affirms close relations with Tuvalu

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan maintains deep ties with Tuvalu, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said, amid reports the Pacific Island nation may switch recognition to Beijing. Tuvalu Am...

Tuvalu reportedly considering breaking ties with Taiwan for China

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan’s foreign ministry touted the strength of its relationship with Tuvalu on Sunday (Jan. 21) amid speculation that the Pacific Island country would follow Nauru...

Taiwan legislative speaker shows support for parliamentary diplomacy

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Legislative Speaker You Si-kun (游錫堃) on Saturday (Jan. 20) expressed confidence that Taiwan’s parliamentary diplomacy would continue despite Chinese Communist Party ...

Diplomatic loss of Nauru only turned Taiwanese against China

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The diplomatic poaching of Nauru only made Taiwanese view China in a bad light, Taiwan representative to the U.S. Alexander Tah-ray Yui (俞大㵢) said on Thursday (Jan. 18). ...