A New Weapon? Chinese Ships Dredge in Waters Claimed by Taiwan

Voice of America

The number of Chinese dredgers in Taiwanese waters has increased over the past few years as illegal dredging intensifies.


Taiwan's Battle Against African Swine Fever Gets Political on PTT

Global Voices

Discussion on PTT, Taiwan's largest online forum, has taken a political tone regarding African swine fever.


What has China Learned from Past Amphibious Assaults?

Kevin McCauley

The PLA's successes and failures in assaulting Xiamen, Kinmen and Hainan in 1949 and 1950 hold lessons for a potential invasion of Taiwan.


On the Front Lines of Taiwan's History in Kinmen

Once the focal point of hostilities between China and Taiwan, the Kinmen archipelago has evolved into a fascinating tourist destination.


[ESSAY] You Ask How Deeply I Love You

Anna Beth Keim

Kinmen Island, and the past and future of Sino-Taiwanese relations.

Formation works take place in Qianhai in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen

Illegal Chinese Sand Mining Causing Massive Land Reduction in Kinmen

TNL 編輯

Massive construction projects in Xiamen have led to Chinese sand miners illegally extracting from Kinmen. These activities both reduce the size of the coastline and harm the ecological environment in Kinmen. Scientists believe that Kinmen may not be the only victim.

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