WASHINGTON (REUTERS) – US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Tuesday (May 19) congratulated Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-Wen on her re-election, praised the country’s coronavirus…View More US praises Taiwan's coronavirus response, hails 'shared vision'
TAIPEI (AFP) – Taiwan on Sunday (May 17) marked the one-year anniversary of legalising same-sex marriage, as gay couples and rights groups called for full…View More Taiwan marks anniversary of Asia's first gay marriage law
TAIPEI – Taiwan’s baseball scene came under the international spotlight recently after it became the first professional league in the world to begin a new…View More 1,000 fans get to enter Taiwan stadium to catch 2020's first pro baseball game live amid Covid-19 pandemic
WELLINGTON • New Zealand’s Foreign Minister Winston Peters yesterday said the country has to stand up for itself after China warned that its backing of…View More China rebuke won't stop NZ backing for Taiwan's WHO participation
WASHINGTON – Taiwanese rated the United States more favourably than mainland China by a nearly two-to-one margin, according to a survey done late last year…View More Taiwanese prefer US over mainland China by nearly 2 to 1: Pew survey
WELLINGTON (REUTERS) – New Zealand’s foreign minister on Tuesday (May 12) said the country has to stand up for itself after China warned its backing…View More New Zealand sticks with support for Taiwan at WHO despite Chinese rebuke
BEIJING (REUTERS) – China berated New Zealand on Monday (May 11) for its support for Taiwan’s participation at the World Health Organisation (WHO), saying the…View More China berates New Zealand over support for Taiwan at WHO
The World Health Organisation played “political games” by excluding Taiwan, resulting in the agency’s missteps in managing the coronavirus crisis, according to a group representing…View More WHO's 'political games' amid coronavirus crisis have cost global health: Doctors' group
TAIPEI (Reuters) – Taiwan will donate two million face masks to its former colonial master Japan, which has been hard hit by the outbreak of…View More Taiwan says donating 2 million face masks to virus-hit Japan
TAIPEI (REUTERS) – Tension flared again on Saturday (April 11) as Taiwan accused the World Health Organisation (WHO) of playing word games in a dispute…View More Taiwan, WHO spar again over coronavirus information sharing
BEIJING/TAIPEI (Reuters) – China has accused Taiwan of “venomously” attacking the World Health Organization (WHO), seeking independence and conniving with internet users to spread racist…View More China says Taiwan attacks on WHO are 'venomous', aimed at independence
BEIJING/TAIPEI (REUTERS) – China has accused Taiwan of “venomously” attacking the World Health Organisation (WHO) and conniving with Internet users to spread racist comments, after…View More China joins WHO in criticism of 'venomous' Taiwan
WASHINGTON (AFP) – The United States on Thursday (April 9) accused the World Health Organisation (WHO) of putting politics first by ignoring Taiwanese warnings over…View More Coronavirus: US criticises WHO for ignoring Taiwan warnings
TAIPEI/BEIJING (Reuters) – Taiwan and the United States this week discussed how to get “closer coordination” between the island and the World Health Organization (WHO)…View More Taiwan talks WHO role with U.S., China denounces 'manipulation'