At CNN, Ben Westcott and Yong Xiong report that Beijing has suspended a program allowing individual Chinese tourists to visit Taiwan amid rising tensions between Taipei and Beijing. In a statement, China’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism said the travel ban would come into force on August 1,...
by Josh Rudolph | May 23, 2017
In 2009, Taiwan was granted observer status at the United Nation’s World Health Assembly...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 20, 2017
Taiwanese activist Lee Ming-che went missing on March 19th while entering China from Macau....
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by Samuel Wade | Dec 2, 2016
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by Cindy | Jun 27, 2016
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