Should Tsai Ing-wen win the election to thank Xi Jinping? The...

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Tsai Ing-wen was re-elected, who should be most grateful for? Why is Beijing's Taiwan policy wrong again and again? What will happen to US-Taiwan...

Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council of China: The 1992...

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Ma Xiaoguang, a spokesperson for the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council of China, made a four-point response to the results...
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Focus dialogue: “Pro-US” or “Pro-China”, how does Taiwan choose?

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The Taiwan presidential election is not only seen as a vote of voters on the issue of "unification and independence", but also...

Mayor of Prague criticizes China for unreliability on the eve of...

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The mayor of Prague, the Czech capital, Zdenek Hrib criticized China as an unreliable partner on the 12th, and told the German...

Prague and Taipei City formally form sister cities

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The mayor of Prague, the Czech capital, Zdenek Hrib, and the mayor of Taipei, Ke Wenzhe, signed an agreement in Prague on...

Reuters: China may show military power to put pressure on Taiwan...

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Voters in Taiwan rejected the policies of Chinese President Xi Jinping by an overwhelming majority on January 11. Some analysts say that Xi...

Tsai Ing-wen leads early in Taiwan’s presidential election, China pays close...

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President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan took the lead in the voting on Saturday. This election is closely watched by Beijing.

Tsai Ing-wen re-elected Bu Ruizhe said that Taiwan once again confirmed...

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In the presidential election in Taiwan on Saturday, the current DPP President Tsai Ing-wen successfully won re-election. Congratulations from the U.S. government,...

Wang Yi: Taiwan’s elections will not change the one-China principle. “Secession...

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China’s State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi stated on Monday (January 13) that “secession of the country is doomed to be...

Observer: Taiwan’s election sends a signal to China to defend democracy

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After months of tumultuous election campaigns, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen was re-elected with a record number of votes on Saturday (January 11). Experts...

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