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Taiwan hit by second storm after Nesat injures 111
Taiwan was hit Sunday by its second major storm in two days after Typhoon Nesat battered the island, leaving at least 111 injured while causing flooding and widespread power outages.
Taiwan braces for its first typhoon of the year
Taiwan came to a standstill on Saturday with power knocked out for part of the island as it braced for its first typhoon of the year.
Beijing calls on Washington to avoid damaging Sino-US ties over Taiwan
Beijing has lodged an official complaint with Washington over the passage of a bill that would expand military ties between the United States and Taiwan.
China protests US approval of arms sales to Taiwan
China has protested to the United States for approving the sales of weapons to Taiwan, saying that the potential sales would break trust between Beijing and Washington.
Learn from us on democracy, Taiwan tells China on Tiananmen anniversary
Taiwan's president offered on Sunday to help China transition to democracy, on the anniversary of China's bloody crackdown on student-led pro-democracy protests in and around Beijing's Tiananmen Square.
Taiwan struggles with floods after torrential rain
Roads turned into rivers in northern Taiwan Friday as rain lashed the island, with rescuers helping residents evacuate as they struggled against the torrents.
S. Korea sees rise in student visitors from Taiwan, Hong Kong
South Korea has seen a sharp gain this year in the student inflow from Taiwan and Hong Kong who came on a school trip, amid a faltering tourism stemming from a steep decline in Chinese visitors, government data showed on Friday.
Taiwanese house price to income ratio hits record high
Taiwan's house price to income ratio for the third quarter of 2016 hit a record high of 9.35, according to the housing affordability data released by Taiwan's construction and planning authority Monday.
Arms won't stop unification with Taiwan, warns China
China's Defense Ministry says Taiwan is wrong to think it could use weapons to prevent unification as Washington is considering fresh sales of advanced weaponry to the self-ruled island.
China confirms detention of Taiwan pro-independence activist
China’s government said Wednesday it has detained a Taiwanese pro-independence activist and is investigating him on suspicion of “pursuing activities harmful to national security.”
China calls on US to cease arms sales to Taiwan
China has warned the United States against arms sales to Taiwan amid reports that Washington has begun considering a large shipment of advanced weaponry for the self-ruled island.
China urges US to bar Taiwan delegation from Trump inauguration
The United States should not allow a delegation from Taiwan to attend US President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration, China's Foreign Ministry said on Wednesday, raising a new bone of contention in Beijing's relations with the incoming government.
Taiwan simulates China invasion during annual drills
The Taiwanese military has begun two days of exercises simulating a Chinese invasion at a time of increased tensions between Taipei and Beijing.
China aircraft carrier enters strait; Taiwan warns against 'panic'
China's only aircraft carrier entered the Taiwan Strait in a highly symbolic show of strength, but Taiwan insisted Wednesday there was no need for panic even as tensions boil over the island's diplomatic status.
Taiwan deploys jets, warships as Chinese fleet passes by
Taiwan says it scrambled warplanes and navy ships as China deployed its sole aircraft career, accompanied by a group of warships, through the Taiwan Strait on their way back from a South China Sea exercise.

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