Taiwan’s democracy, established in the 1980s, is firm, successful and arguably the most advanced in East Asia. So it is no surprise they are making a well-considered move in public health.
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China’s strategy to unify with Taiwan including 66 mulinational companies dear to Taiwanese consumers, is expected to raise a new round of anger.
President Tsai Ing-wen called on international support to defend self-ruled island’s democracy and way of life in the face of renewed threats from China.
Thousands of Taiwanese, taking a page from France’s yellow vest movement, protested demand lower taxes and the fair handling of tax disputes.
President Tsai Ing-wen’s Democratic Progressive Party lost the mayoral election to the Nationalist party in the southern port city of Kaohsiung.
Taiwan’s ruling party, will be tested at the polls Saturday when voters cast ballots in midterm local elections that may impact presidential race of 2020.
While this event primarily focused on Taiwan’s situation, they also stood with all peoples living under the grim shadow of the Communist Party of China’s authoritarian regime like Uyghurs, Tibetans, and others.
The squabbles may seem absurd and petty, but the peace between China and Taiwan has stuck for 70 years without a shot fired and indeed incredible economic benefits inuring to both Chinas and their partners abroad.
Government officials in Taiwan have overhauled the country’s referendum process making it simpler for people to put forth initiatives when trying to make changes to the country’s laws. How will the new system work?
Ming-che Lee disappeared on March 19 after a flight from Taipei to the Chinese territory of Macau