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Hsiung ( China Daily) At the Davos Forum last month, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe tried to refute a prevailing belief among academics that deepening economic interdependence minimizes the chances of war. Instead, he cited what he called Beijing'
China (AP) Representatives of China and Taiwan met Tuesday in Nanjing for their highest-level talks since their split in 1949, a landmark step despite Beijing's refusal to recognize the self-governing island's sovereignty. The choice of Nanjing as
A South Korean governor visits the disputed islands and condemns Japan's decision on teaching guidelines of the islands...Reuters Watch Watch To that end, Mr. Aquino has called on the world to back his efforts to settle it by law, rather than force.
Taipei, Feb. 10 (CNA) The Ministry of Education on Monday published the final version of its high school course and textbook guidelines, which require the 228 Incident and land reform in Taiwan to be highlighted in high school history classes.
Taipei, Feb. 10 (CNA) The latest board election of one of Taiwan's major business groups was found to be "evidently flawed and tainted with controversy," the Ministry of the Interior said Monday.
Travel & Delicacy Beauty never Ends Ecological Environment Taiwan News, Staff Writer 2014-02-10 10:21 AM A reporter from Taiwan's Apple Daily newspaper and the US Radio Free Asia correspondent in Taiwan have been refused entry by China to cover the
That would be more than Germany, France and the UK put together. Observers say China's spending is fuelled by its desire to have the status of being a "powerful" country. "The idea is that real power for a country comes from having a strong military
China rejected U.S. allegations that it is using vague territorial claims to gradually assert control in the disputed South China Sea, and in turn accused Washington of exaggerating tensions in the region. Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei urged
China has accused the United States of undermining peace and development in the Asia-Pacific after a senior US official said concern was mounting over China's claims in the South China Sea. "These actions are not constructive," Hong Lei, a Chinese
Taipei, Feb. 8 (CNA) A plaque from Taiwan's former embassy in New Zealand that had fallen out of official hands for more than 40 years was recently recovered by Elliot Charng, representative of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Wellington.