Tag: Taiwan-China

US-Taiwan Senior Official Contacts Spark Chinese Ambassador’s Threat of War

Beijing once again warned the United States to stop meeting Taiwan officials, marking a new escalation of tensions over the self-ruled island the Chinese regime regards as its breakaway province. The regime complained after Taiwan Vice President William Lai held a brief informal talk with U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris during a trip to Honduras,…


China Relies on Taiwan, Australia for Chips, Minerals, Despite Political Friction

News Analysis China banned the import of pineapples from Taiwan and beef and cotton from Australia for political reasons. However, China’s overall reliance on goods from the two countries continues to expand, with its increasing import of chips and minerals. According to China’s General Administration of Customs on Jan. 14, imports in 2021 from Taiwan…


Taiwan Will Not Forget Former US President Trump’s Parting Gift

Commentary Even in the last days before former U.S. President Donald Trump left the White House, with many things on his mind, he still thought of protecting the people of Taiwan by declassifying the U.S. Strategic Framework for the Indo-Pacific (henceforth, the Framework). The security document highlights Taiwan’s role in combating the Chinese regime’s military…