Taiwan warns of counter measures if new Hong Kong law causes 'damage'
Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen on Tuesday warned of "countermeasures" should a sweeping security law China imposed on Hong Kong "damage" the island.
Taiwan opens new office for Hong Kongers after security law
Taiwan on Wednesday opened a new office to deal with Hong Kongers wanting to move to the island after Beijing passed a sweeping security law for the city.
Taiwan leader vows 'action plan' for Hong Kong protesters
Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen on Wednesday pledged a humanitarian "action plan" for Hong Kongers pushing for democracy in the financial hub as an influx of activists seek sanctuary on the self-ruled democratic island.
China slams US for 'dangerous' message to Taiwan's leader
China slammed the United States for its "dangerous" decision to congratulate Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen on her Wednesday inauguration, as the self-ruled island became the latest flashpoint between the world's two largest economies.
Pompeo says Taiwan exclusion 'further damages' WHO credibility
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday condemned the World Health Organization's delay on whether to include Taiwan...
Taiwan president apologises for virus infections on navy ship
Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen apologised Wednesday for "major shortcomings" within the military after a cluster of coronavirus infections emerged on a navy vessel recently returned from a goodwill mission to Palau.
Mannequins And Cardboard Cutouts Replace Fans At Taiwan Baseball Stadium
Mannequins, cardboard cutouts and drum-playing robots filled the stands at Taiwan’s Taoyuan Baseball Stadium instead of real fans when the Chinese Professional Baseball League (CPBL) restarted its season after a month-long coronavirus lockout. The Taiwan based league became the first league to play regular-season baseball in 2020 on Sunday, April 12, as live sports has…
WHO denies ignoring Taiwan early virus warning
The World Health Organization on Friday denied having brushed off a Taiwanese warning on human-to-human transmission of the new coronavirus soon after the outbreak in China late last year.
Taiwan demands apology from WHO chief over virus 'slander'
Taiwan demanded an apology from the World Health Organization chief on Thursday after he accused the island's government of leading personal attacks against him and his agency's response to the coronavirus pandemic.