Analysts: Chinese Military Drills Serve as Warning to Taiwan, Response to Camp David Summit

Voice of America

Apart from reacting to Taiwan VP William Lai's transit in the U.S., analysts believe the drills are also a warning to the U.S., Japan, and South Korea following their military cooperation at the Camp David Summit.

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Paraguay’s New Government Remains Loyal to Taiwan

East Asia Forum

Despite China’s enormous market potential, the new Paraguay government reaffirms the country's support for the status quo and continuity in its diplomatic relationship with Taiwan.


China Lifts Group Travel Bans on 78 More Countries, Excludes Taiwan

TNL Staff

China ends its Covid-era’s ban on group travels except Taiwan. The Mainland Affairs Council has expressed its concern over the non-reciprocal act.


Taiwan Army Major Detained as More Alleged Spy Cases Roll Out

TNL Staff

A row of seven defendants have been accused of collaborating in spying activities for China.


Critics: Japan Former PM’s Three-Day Visit to Taiwan Might Dissatisfy China

TNL Staff

Critics say that Taro Aso's three-day visit to Taiwan might displease China, particularly with the “woof-warrior” styled Wang Yi now serving as the Foreign Minister.


Taiwan Expands Protection Law Against Sexual Harassment at Workplace

TNL Staff

Taiwan’s legislature amended laws governing sexual harassment in a special session of the legislature, after a wave of #MeToo accusations hit Taiwan in June.

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Morrison Li Reveals His Life During the Years of Imprisonment and Ban From Leaving China

TNL Staff

Morrison Lee, the Taiwanese businessman accused by China for being “a spy”, revealed that he had been suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), during the long years of detention in China.

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Taiwan’s Unemployment Rate Hit a 23-Year Low

TNL Staff

Taiwan’s unemployment rate hit a record low at 3.46% in May, which was the lowest level since 2001.


Taiwan’s Focus On Low-Cost Manufacturing Has Led to a Lack of Innovation in Its Economy

Roy Ngerng

Taiwan’s manufacturing profits are growing disproportionately faster than non-manufacturing profits, which has resulted in a loss of innovation and diversity in the economy.


Taiwan’s Slow-Growing Minimum Wage for Manufacturing Labour is Dragging its Economy Behind

Roy Ngerng

Taiwan’s suppressed minimum wages have made its manufacturing profits grow one of the fastest among advanced countries but, at the same time, hampered Taiwan’s overall economic growth.

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