China Wants to Strengthen Supply Chains Even as Foreign Investors Flee

Voice of America

China says it wants to strengthen supply chains with all countries, but the exodus of foreign companies from China and declining investment point to an increasingly hostile environment for foreign businesses in the country.


Q&A: Israel’s Ambassador Says China’s Online Antisemitism Part of Global Phenomenon

Voice of America

China's stance on the Israel-Palestine conflict has been a topic of discussion in recent years, with some arguing that the country has been sympathetic to the Palestinian cause.


Phihong Makes Inroads into Global LEO Satellite Market with High-Performance Power Technology in the New Era

Phihong Technology has been dedicating years to developing power technologies for LEO satellite applications, collaborating closely with industry giants and engaging in technical exchanges. It is well-prepared to swiftly align with market demands.


Ko Overtakes Lai in Presidential Race, a Pre-TPP/KMT Breakdown Poll Shows

Kim Chan Sonia Schlesinger

Taiwan’s presidential race sees a dramatic shift as the TPP candidate Ko Wen-je surges ahead of the former frontrunner, DPP’s Lai Ching-te, in a recent poll conducted by the TPOF.

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What Can Taiwan Learn From Ukraine? Interview With Disinformation and Civil Defense Expert Puma Shen

Global Voices

Strengthening Ukraine-Taiwan relations can be done by providing components for military equipment, refuting global rumors, and learning from China’s experience.


In China, Spirit of White Paper Protests Still Inspires

Voice of America

Chinese citizens are finding subtle and bold ways to protest the government’s strict Covid-19 restrictions, including through events like Halloween celebrations and the White Paper Movement.


China and Taiwan Are Big Pacific Donors – ButNot for Gender Equality

The Interpreter

China and Taiwan’s aid to the Pacific region between 2008 and 2020 was geared towards infrastructure, security and agriculture, with minimal investment in gender equality initiatives.

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South Korea Frees Watercraft-Riding Dissident — for Now

Voice of America

Chinese dissident Kwon Pyong, who fled to South Korea on a watercraft, has been released after 3 months in detention.

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