Taiwan authorities have charged an alleged Chinese spy and his wife after they were identified by a self-confessed Chinese intelligence operative who defected to Australia.
Reports said a truck fell from a cliff above and landed on the tracks, then a train emerging from a tunnel smashed into it.
Lobster sales across Australia have continued to surge as restaurants and pubs put them on the menu. Taiwan says it wants to work together as it weathers a trade strike […]
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The Morrison government will face significant pressure to join US military action in the Taiwan Strait if Beijing carries out its threats.
The new passport enlarges the word “Taiwan” in English and removes “Republic of China”.
Taiwan is tracing over 100 contacts of a 30-year-old who caught the virus from a pilot, while the Japanese are asked to wear masks at home during winter surge.
The Morrison government is looking for alternative markets for billions of dollars worth of exports hit by China’s trade strikes.
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Middle powers Australia, Vietnam and Taiwan are the only countries to have gained influence in Asia during the coronavirus crisis.
The detainees’ plight has grabbed international attention, with human rights groups raising concerns.
Although China has never renounced the use of force, it is rare for a top, serving military officer to so explicitly make the threat in a public setting.
At first glance, the Chinese President’s latest threats to Hong Kong and Taiwan don’t make much sense.
Australia will support Taiwan’s return to the World Health Organisation as an observer four years after it was ousted by Beijing.
Despite China’s objections, Taiwan argues they have much to teach the world about tackling coronavirus.