Topic: Ma Ying-jeou
Breaking six decades of tension, China hopes allowing solo travelers to Taiwan will advance its goal of political unification, while Taiwanese see the prospect as a boon to the economy.
06/27/2011 02:01 pm
A potential free-trade deal between with Singapore may signal that China has stopped warning other countries against doing deals with Taiwan.
05/23/2011 01:12 pm
The development in Taiwan’s weapons industry advances its long-term goal of greater military self-sufficiency as the US waffles under pressure from China on whether to continue selling advanced weapons to the island as it has done for decades.
05/16/2011 11:50 am
An internal World Health Organization note calling Taiwan part of China generated a splashy protest from Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou, who called it 'belittlement' of the island’s ever sensitive political status.
05/12/2011 09:49 am
Taiwan's traditionally pro-independence party nominated Tsai Ing-wen, who favors working with China on economic issues, for president.
04/27/2011 10:31 am
Taiwan has sidelined a proposal for a new factory that would have threatened endangered dolphins, signaling a new priority on environmental considerations.
04/26/2011 02:20 pm
Taiwan's planned tax on everything from speculative real estate deals to yachts targets a politically volatile and growing wealth gap. Parliamentary and presidential elections are scheduled for early next year.
04/12/2011 01:36 pm
The investment deal points to deeper trust – and gains – between China and Taiwan.
03/07/2011 01:08 pm
The high-profile arrest will do more damage to Taiwan, where officials are under scrutiny for missing the suspected espionage, than it will to Taiwan-China relations.
02/11/2011 02:05 pm
Taiwan General Lo Hsien-che is believed to be the highest-ranking military official to be accused of spying for China in decades.
02/09/2011 08:51 am