Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen on Thursday expressed sadness over the closure of the Apple Daily and said her nation will continue to support freedom for Hong Kong. more
US planning to build combat-ready standing force on Australia's doorstep to counter China

Beijing: The US is looking to set up a combat-ready standing force on Australia's doorstep, an effort seen as a move to counter China's increasing presence in the Indo-Pacific reg ...

Chinese warplanes enter Taiwan air defence zone triggering tension

Beijing: Seven Chinese air force warplanes flew into Taiwan’s air defence identification zone on Thursday, adding more fuel to the conflict between the two regions.

US vows to use global clout to defend Taiwan from China

Washington: Top US officials have said the nation will use its global clout and alliances to strengthen Taiwan’s defence, international presence and economy, including its vital sem ...

Taiwan says 28 Chinese military planes flew into its air defence zone

Taiwan: Taiwan's Ministry of Defence said as many as 28 Chinese military planes flew into the country's Air Defense Identification Zones (ADIZ) on Tuesday.

China sends 28 military planes to Taiwan in biggest daily incursion so far

Taipei: In the largest incursion since last year, China Tuesday sent 28 military planes into Taiwan's Air Defence Identification Zone (ADIZ), according to Taiwan's ministry of def ...

Japanese PM calls Taiwan a 'country', draws China's ire

Tokyo: Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga recently referred to Taiwan as a country, drawing ire from China which considers the region as a rebel province.

Japan to supply Taiwan with 1.24 million AstraZeneca shots to fight COVID-19

Tokyo: Japan might extend help to Taiwan by supplying 1.24 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine developed by Britain’s AstraZeneca PLC.

Ex-US security advisor Pottinger says Japan may defend Taiwan if Beijing makes moves

Washington: Former US deputy national security advisor Matt Pottinger has said Japan is likely to defend Taiwan if Beijing makes moves to reunify the island with its mainland by force.

Taiwan, excluded from World Health Assembly, blames Chinese interference

Taiwan:  The Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) of Taiwan recently protested and expressed deep displeasure over the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) authorities’ 'continued suppr ...