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2017/02/09 | Rod Wye
The UK and China: Resetting the Relationship
A strong economic relationship with China remains a key objective of post-Brexit UK foreign policy, but what does the UK have to look out for when establishing a new relationship with China?
2016/10/05 | Edward White
UK Experts in Taipei to Convince Taiwan to Drop Death Penalty
Recent calls from local activists and the international community for Taiwan to abolish the death penalty have fallen on deaf ears.
2016/02/05 | Zou Chi
The UK Responds To Petition, Not Recognizing Taiwan As A State
The petition “Recognise Taiwan as a country” gained over 10,000 signings within 20 days, and the UK government responded to it on February 5, stating its consistent position that they “do not recognise Taiwan as a state.”
2016/02/02 | Shih Yuan
Wealthy Chinese Making UK Middle-class Unable to Afford Boarding School
Chinese students with wealthy backgrounds have caused the tuitions of the boarding schools (student ages ranging from 7 to 18) in the UK to rise dramatically, pricing out middle-class British families, which are no longer able to afford the skyrocketed fees.
2016/01/26 | 阿Ken
UK Grants Qualified Taiwanese Express Customs Clearance
After passing the UK's verification and becoming a RTS program member, one can enter the UK through a UK/EU entry lane or an ePassport-gate in airports with a chip (biometric) passport. Users no longer need to fill in landing cards, consult with immigration officials or have their fingerprints taken at the gate.
2016/01/21 | Yuan
[UPDATE] UK Will Respond to “Recognise Taiwan as a Country” Petition
UK authorities have noticed that the number of signitures has gone over the threshold of 10,000, and they will initiate the responding process in the coming days. Once the signing number reaches more than 100,000, the parliament will consider organizing a debate.
2015/10/18 | 阿Ken
China's Investment in British Nuclear Power Plant Worries British Military
A British national defense official says the military is "very worried" about China's participation in the construction of nuclear power plants, and that the Chinese might take the chance to hack the computer system and add traps or loopholes to take control over the nuclear power plants.