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Lai reiterated that there is no framework nor roadmap for “formal independence” as Taiwan is a “sovereign, independent country” itself.
Taiwan's Chinese Wild Bird Federation declined demands to change its name and sign a statement "not to promote or advocate for Taiwan independence."
Hong Kong's loss of sovereignty has hurt its housing market. Observers in Taiwan should take notice.
There is a strong argument that Taiwan is already an independent, sovereign nation, writes David Evans.
Despite the ascendance of Tsai ally Cho Jung-tai to DPP chair, the president still presides over a house divided.
A daily breakdown of Taiwan's top stories and why they matter.
Premier William Lai's decision to comment favorably on a pro-Taiwan video by a Polish fringe far-right group might not have been the best idea.