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 president meets HK dissident, promises support for protesters
Taiwan president Tsai Ing-wen visited a bookstore run by a prominent Hong Kong dissident Friday, repeating promises of humanitarian support and sanctuary for those fighting for democracy in the finance hub.
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.
Tsai says China must 'coexist' with a democratic Taiwan
China must find a way to live peacefully alongside a democratic Taiwan, President Tsai Ing-wen said Wednesday, in an inauguration speech that drew condemnation from Beijing.
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.
Taiwan leader meets Solomons envoy to shore up ties over China
Taiwan's president on Monday urged the Solomon Islands not to switch diplomatic allegiance to China, as the Pacific nation deliberates whether to recognise the far more economically powerful Beijing instead.
Presidential Suite: Taiwan Invites Visitors to Stay in Government Office
"I invite you to visit Taiwan and experience the warmth and hospitality of the people here," President Tsai Ing-wen said in an English video.
Taiwan president's bodyguard smuggling scam implicates 76: spy agency
More than 70 members of Taiwan's presidential security detail have been swept up in a cigarette smuggling scandal, the island's spy agency announced Friday, as its chief took the unusual step of appearing in public to vow a crackdown.