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Taiwan urges China to stop ‘destructive’ military activities as fighter jets cross median line
Taiwan’s defence ministry said that since Sunday it had spotted 103 Chinese military aircraft over the sea, a number it called a ‘recent high’

Guardian staff and agencies

18, Sep, 2023 @2:46 AM

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Taiwan tells Elon Musk it is ‘not for sale’ after latest China comments
Reproach comes as Taiwan says it has detected a large number of Chinese aircraft crossing into its air defence identification zone

Helen Davidson and agencies

14, Sep, 2023 @3:50 AM

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China unveils Taiwan economic ‘integration’ plan as warships conduct manoeuvres off coast
Measures include making it easier for Taiwanese people to live and work in China, but the plan comes amid major military exercises

Helen Davidson in Taipei

13, Sep, 2023 @5:17 AM

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Frustrated China steps up warship and fighter plane activity around Taiwan
Taipei reports People’s Liberation Army operation, which comes after Beijing accused US and Canada of ‘inciting conflict’ by traversing Taiwan Strait

Helen Davidson in Taipei

11, Sep, 2023 @5:10 AM

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Competition over the South China Sea explained in 30 seconds
China, the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei and Taiwan all have claims over the area, and tensions often threaten to boil over

Helen Davidson

08, Sep, 2023 @2:06 AM

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Taiwan presidential hopeful offers pets for pregnancies in push to boost birth rate
Terry Gou, who entered the race last week, said the island’s demographic crisis could be solved by giving expectant parents a cat or dog

Helen Davidson in Taipei

05, Sep, 2023 @4:56 AM

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Cleverly’s humiliating China visit was the perfect symbol of isolated, ill-led ‘global Britain’ | Simon Tisdall
The foreign minister set off with the aim of both ‘standing up for our values’ and securing profitable trade. He failed at both, says foreign policy commentator Simon Tisdall

Simon Tisdall

31, Aug, 2023 @8:02 AM

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Isolating China would be a mistake, says UK foreign secretary
On trip to Beijing, James Cleverly says Britain is ‘clear-eyed’ about its disagreements with world’s second largest economy

Helen Davidson in Taipei and Patrick Wintour

30, Aug, 2023 @5:34 PM

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‘They would not listen to us’: inside Arizona’s troubled chip plant
Taiwanese microchip manufacturer TSMC blames struggle to build Phoenix plant on skilled labor shortage but workers cite disorganization and safety concerns

Michael Sainato

28, Aug, 2023 @5:51 PM

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Foxconn founder Terry Gou announces run for Taiwan presidency, pledging to fix China ties
The billionaire has touted his business experience, saying it was the ‘era of entrepreneurs’ rule’

Helen Davidson in Taipei

28, Aug, 2023 @4:37 AM

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Secret escape slide for Taiwan’s former leader draws in the crowds – just don’t ask for a go
Passageways built under Taipei’s famous Grand Hotel during the Chiang Kai-shek era are attracting tourists keen to know their history

Helen Davidson and Chi Hui Lin in Taipei

27, Aug, 2023 @11:47 PM

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The Camp David summit signals a new cold war – this time with China | Observer editorial
The meeting between Joe Biden and the leaders of Japan and South Korea symbolises a profound hardening of attitudes in the Pacific

Observer editorial

20, Aug, 2023 @5:02 AM

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