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1. China: Peace, Stability at Risk if ‘One-China’ Weakened
December 14, 2016

China’s Taiwan Affairs Office said Wednesday any interference with or damage to the “one China” principle would have a serious impact on peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait. U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said Sunday the United States did not necessarily have to stick to its long-standing position that Taiwan is part of “one China,” further upsetting China, which was angered by Trump’s earlier telephone call with Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen. The issue is highly sensitive for...... (read more)

2. Trump Questions Whether US Should Continue 'One China' Policy
December 11, 2016

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump questioned Sunday whether the United States should continue its "one China" policy that includes its Taiwan province, unless Beijing offers concessions on trade and other issues. "I don't want China dictating to me," Trump said in a wide-ranging interview on Fox News. He defended his recent phone conversation with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen, the first contact between a Taiwan leader and a U.S. president or president-elect...... (read more)

3. Taiwan Preps for Closer US Cooperation After Trump Phone Call
December 08, 2016

China and the United States are sniping at each other over President-elect Donald Trump’s phone call last week with the president of Taiwan, but the exchange of hard words between them has largely missed Taiwan itself, and the island may ultimately gain from long-term closer contact with Washington. That afterglow from the December 2 phone call between Trump and Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen could ease Taiwan’s diplomatic isolation, bolster trade ties and give it a new edge in military...... (read more)

4. Trump-Tsai Call Reflects Views of Trump Advisers Urging Toughness With China
December 06, 2016

A U.S. Republican party foreign policy aide arrived in Taiwan Tuesday morning for a week-long visit, which might include a meeting with Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen, after she congratulated U.S. President-elect Donald Trump during a phone call last Friday.  The call, made by Trump, was seen as a reflection of the Trump advisors’ hawkish view that Washington should pursue its relations with Beijing from a “position through strength.”  It was November of 1987 when Stephan...... (read more)

5. From Hero to Villain? Trump's China Popularity Jolted by Taiwan Call
December 05, 2016

Donald Trump's convention-breaking phone call with Taiwan's president has triggered a sudden shift in the U.S. President-elect’s popularity among Chinese social media users. Prior to that December 2 phone call with Tsai Ing-wen, Trump had been gaining admirers on Chinese social media for much of this U.S. election year – a trend that accelerated after his November 8 triumph over his main rival Hillary Clinton. But in the days since the Taiwan call, Trump has faced a torrent of...... (read more)

6. Trump Team Downplays Taiwan Phone Call
December 04, 2016

Washington is watching the latest signals from Donald Trump as to whether the president-elect intends to reposition America’s diplomatic posture in Asia. VOA’s Michael Bowman reports, Trump surprised many at home and abroad Friday by announcing he had spoken with the President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan, with which the United States has had to formal diplomatic ties since 1979.... (read more)

7. Pence Says Trump's Taiwan Call Just a Courtesy, Not Necessarily a Shift in China Policy
December 04, 2016

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's phone conversation with the Taiwanese leader was simply a "courtesy call," and not necessarily a shift in American policy toward China, Vice President-elect Mike Pence said Sunday. Pence told news shows that Trump's acceptance Friday of a call from Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen congratulating him on his presidential victory last month "was nothing more than a courtesy call from a democratically elected leader." Asked...... (read more)

8. Some Republicans Applaud Trump Call With Taiwan
December 03, 2016

President-elect Donald Trump's telephone call with Taiwan's president on Friday broke decades of U.S. diplomatic policy in the region and brought a quick objection by China, but several Republican members of Congress have applauded Trump's decision to accept the call. "I would much rather have Donald Trump talking to President Tsai [Ing-wen] than to Cuba's Raul Castro or Iran's Hassan Rouhani," Texas Senator Ted Cruz tweeted Saturday. "This is an...... (read more)

9. Trump-Taiwan Phone Call Puts China on the Defensive
December 03, 2016

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and the leader of Taiwan put China on the defensive late Friday with a historic, upbeat phone call to discuss Washington’s role in possibly helping the diplomatically isolated island gain international status. China’s foreign minister dubbed the 12-minute phone call by Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen a “petty action” that will not lead to changes in Sino-U.S. relations. But the communist leadership will watch for fallout, such as whether Trump again...... (read more)

10. In Break With Policy, Trump Speaks to Taiwan President
December 02, 2016

President-elect Donald Trump made several phone calls to world leaders on Friday, most notably Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen, a move that breaks decades of policy and one that could risk raising tensions with China even before Trump takes office. The call is believed to be the first such contact between a U.S. president or president-elect and a Taiwanese leader since the United States broke diplomatic ties with Taiwan in 1979. While there was no immediate response from China, the call...... (read more)

11. Taiwan's President Apologizes to Indigenous Community
August 01, 2016

Taiwan's president has for the first time, formally apologized to the country's indigenous people for centuries of suffering. Tsai Ing-wen said Monday, "I apologize to the indigenous people on behalf of the government, to give our deepest apology over the suffering and injustice you endured over the past 400 years." She said "We need to look at history seriously and speak out the truth" as a way to "step forward."  The president said a justice and historical justice commission will be established to review past indignities. Tsai spoke at a... (read more)

12. Taiwan Leader's Party Expects Greater Beijing Flexibility on Cross-strait Ties
July 23, 2016

In a recent interview with The Washington Post, Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen talked about Taiwanese-mainland relations, Taiwan independence, U.S.-Taiwan relations and the reason for Taiwan’s rejection of the international arbitration of the South China Sea dispute. In the rare, one-on-one interview — Tsai's first since assuming office — she said her party expected Chinese President Xi Jinping to show a greater flexibility in handling cross-strait relations while recognizing that the island nation's democratically elected legislators are obligated to respe... (read more)

13. New Taiwan President Travels to Consolidate Diplomatic Ties
June 23, 2016

TAIPEI— Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen set off Friday for two friendly nations in Latin America, her first overseas trip after a month in office, to lock in ties that could be disrupted by China. She'll also meet officials from a wider group of countries including the United States. Tsai left Friday for a nine-day trip to Panama and Paraguay at the invitation of both hosts. In Panama she will attend the inauguration ceremony of the Panama Canal expansion project, an event Sunday due to draw heads of state and dignitaries from about 70 countries. The president faces the risk... (read more)

14. Taiwan Bars Pro-China Ex-President from Hong Kong Visit
June 12, 2016

TAIPEI— Taiwan’s China-suspicious government has barred former president Ma Ying-jeou from a visit to Hong Kong, citing security reasons and too little contact with authorities on the other side.   Current President Tsai Ing-wen’s office said Sunday six agencies had met twice during the past week to consider the travel plans of Ma, who stepped down May 20, and who planned to give a speech at a Hong Kong journalism awards ceremony of The Society of Publishers in Asia.   The agencies turned down the trip that would have taken place 27 days after Ma left office becaus... (read more)

15. China Slap at Unmarried Taiwan President Highlights Gender Divide
May 27, 2016

TAIPEI— A slap from China at new Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen’s status as a single woman exposes a divide in how two ethnic Chinese societies, which are already at odds politically, see gender and leadership amid different development pressures. People in mainland China often believe that women, while acceptable in the workforce, should strive foremost for marriage and make family prosperity their top goal. Confucian values dating back 2,500 years enshrine those ideas, which have reemerged since around 2000 with the waning of China’s old Communist revolutionary fervor tha... (read more)

16. China: Taiwan's Female Leader ‘Extreme’ Because She's Single
May 25, 2016

BEIJING— Taiwan's new president is “extreme” in her politics because she's an unmarried woman lacking the emotional balance provided by romantic and family life, a member of China's body for relations with the self-governing island wrote in a newspaper opinion piece. In Beijing's harshest attack on Tsai Ing-wen since her inauguration last week, the new president was denounced as a flawed human being and strident advocate of Taiwan's formal independence from China, something Beijing says it will use military force to prevent. Tsai, Taiwan's first fem... (read more)

17. China Warns Taiwan About Independence
May 20, 2016

China has warned Taiwan against pursuing independence, just hours after the island's first female president was sworn into office Friday. "If independence is pursued, it will be impossible to have peace and stability in the Taiwan Straits," China's Taiwan Affairs Office said in a statement. "Independence is the greatest disaster for the peaceful development of peace in the Taiwan Straits and the peaceful development of cross-Straits relations." Tsai Ing-wen called for "positive dialogue" with China in her inauguration speech in Taipei. "The t... (read more)

18. China Ties on Hold as New President Takes Office in Taiwan
May 19, 2016

TAIPEI— Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen, backed by a historically anti-China party, has taken office with pledges to seek peace with Beijing, but snubbed its demand for dialogue, setting the stage for at least a short-term pullback in relations after eight upbeat years. The new president, also Taiwan’s first female leader, said in her inauguration speech Friday that she would seek peace. She advocates neither declaring Taiwan’s formal independence from China – a red line for Beijing – nor unifying with the political rival of 70 years per Beijing’s long-term go... (read more)

19. Taiwan Accepts WHO Invitation Despite Political Caveat From China
May 11, 2016

TAIPEI— Taiwan’s government in-waiting has accepted an invitation to observe the World Health Organization (WHO) annual assembly this year despite a new requirement that the self-ruled island attend as part of its political rival, China. The government of Tsai Ing-wen, backed by a party that distrusts Beijing, accepted the WHO invitation this week to observe the World Health Assembly May 23-28 in Geneva. The invitation came with the first-time condition that Taiwan comes as part of China, a regular member of the international body. Tsai disputes the one-China idea and prefers mo... (read more)

20. Taiwan Readies for Fresh Wave of Espionage by China
April 28, 2016

TAIPEI— Taiwan’s incoming ruling party is signaling its intention to get tougher on espionage by China as cross-strait relations sour and increased contact between the two sides makes spying easier. The Democratic Progressive Party government of President-elect Tsai Ing-wen intends to raise the military budget and experts said it may add a cyber-espionage unit to the defense ministry. Parliament, which is controlled by the same party, aims to pass a bill by year’s end that would cut pensions for Taiwanese military retirees who spy for China. Analysis said spying cases, whi... (read more)

21. Democratic Principles to Rule Taiwan's Relations With China
April 27, 2016

Taiwan's president elect says she will maintain the status quo for relations with China, but will prioritize democracy and make decisions that transcend party politics. Tsai Ing-wen said Wednesday while visiting Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council that what will be different in her administration from the past eight years is cross-strait ties will be based on "the principle of democracy and people's desires."   Tsai has said she will maintain the status quo, but has not elaborated on how she will incorporate her commitment to democracy.  Additionally, Tsa... (read more)

22. Beijing Critic Says Family Detained in China in Internet Crackdown
March 26, 2016

A prominent Chinese Internet activist living in New York says authorities have detained three members of his family in southern China in a push to find the author of an open letter calling for the resignation of President Xi Jinping. Wen Yunchao said Friday that his parents and younger brother had been missing since Tuesday, days after he said the government harassed his family over his suspected role in circulating the letter. Wen, a vocal critic of Beijing, has denied involvement in the letter, saying he linked to it on his Twitter account only after it had been published in China. ... (read more)

23. Premier wen attends video conference with leaders of mercosur - Sauer Pumps Manufacturer
August 26, 2015

[Summary]ï¼?Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L Front) attends a video conference with leaders of the South American Common Market (Mercosur) including Argentine President Cristina Fernandez (R), Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff (on left screen) and Uruguayan President Jose Mujica (on right screen), in Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, June 25, 2012.Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (L Front) attends a video conference with leaders of the South American Common Market (Mercosur) including Argentine President Cristina Fernandez (R), Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff (on left screen) and Uruguayan Presid... (read more)

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24. China-eu talks to boost ties on foreign affairs - buy led display color - outdoor led full color di
July 23, 2015

The European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Catherine Ashton will attend the third round of the high level China-EU Strategic Dialogue on Monday to boost cooperation and coordination on foreign affairs.During the two-day meeting in Beijing Ashton is expected to meet Premier Wen Jiabao, State Councilor Dai Bingguo and Defense Minister Liang Guanglie. The dialogue will also help lay the ground work for the next China-EU summit in Brussels later this year, AFP said.The ongoing debt crisis in Europe and economic development will be on the top of agenda, analysts ... (read more)

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25. WEN 5500 Portable Generator Review
May 20, 2015

For the most part known for astounding power devices, WEN likewise fabricates portable generator that keep you working when the power's out. The outline of the generators is tough with extensive, yellow move confines and never-punctured tires. The force generators range somewhere around 3,500 and 9,000 running watts. Whether you need a little generator for fueling a TV at a campout or a substantial obligation generator for a development site, WEN issues you a lot of choices. Since 5,000-watt generators are the most widely recognized for families expecting to power key apparatuses amid a... (read more)

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