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2018/09/17 | If Lin

INFOGRAPHIC: How Taiwan's Presidents Speak About Taiwan and China

Taiwan’s leaders have bounced between terms when referring to Taiwan and China, with Tsai Ing-wen notably abandoning the usual lexicon.

2018/09/12 | New Bloom

OPINION: US Diplomatic Recalls Should Not Inspire Taiwanese Confidence

The US recalled diplomats from countries that dropped recognition of Taiwan, but it’s anyone’s guess who is calling the shots in Washington.

2018/09/10 | Roy C. Lee

OPINION: Will the US-China Trade War Really Spur Taiwan's Companies to Leave China?

The government is encouraging Taiwanese companies based in China to take the US-China trade war as their cue to relocate.

2018/09/01 | Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine

How the American Institute in Taiwan Grew From Uncertain Beginnings

Establishing the AIT, which recently opened its new complex in Neihu, took a combination of diplomatic resilience and timely penny-pinching.

2018/08/30 | New Bloom

OPINION: Taiwan's Hypocritical Refugee Policy Shows Its Ugly Face

The deportation of Filipino city councilor Ricardo Parojinog, coupled with Taiwan's backdoor agreement with Australia to treat refugees in Nauru detention camps, raise questions about Taiwan's lack of any coherent refugee policy.

2018/08/29 | Eryk Smith

Taiwan's Great Deluge of 2018: Anger, Finger-Pointing and Helplessness

Drenched with torrential rains, south Taiwanese have just about had it with the ineptitude of their politicians at managing natural disasters.