Washington: US President Joe Biden raised concerns about China’s practices in Xinjiang, Tibet, and Hong Kong, as well as human rights more broadly during his virtual meeting with Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.
Washington/Beijing: Chinese President Xi Jinping warned his US counterpart Joe Biden during his virtual summit that encouraging Taiwanese independence would be "playing with fire".
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken interacted with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Friday when the American leader expressed concern regarding the PRC’s continued military, diplomatic, and economic pressure against Taiwan.
Taipei/UNI: Taiwan on Sunday thanked US Secretary of State Antony Blinken for expressing concerns on China's continuous military, diplomatic and economic pressure against Taipei during recent talks with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi.
China has 'opposed' the visit of an European Parliament team to Taiwan and said the one-China principle is the political foundation for the establishment of China-EU diplomatic relations and development of ties.
Taiwan's National Security Bureau (NSB) Chief Chen Ming-tong has said talks with China are not possible as Beijing continues to threaten Taiwan with force.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has said Taiwan has no other future but to reunify with China.
Beijing: An European Parliament might soon be visiting Taiwan with an aim to push for closer ties with Taipei, a move that is sure to rattle China.
Beijing: The Chinese Embassy in the United States has called on Washington to comply with the "One China" principle and adhere to its commitments regarding Taiwan.
Washigton: US President Joe Biden said in a CNN town hall meeting that his nation would come to Taiwan's defense if it came under attack by China.
Taiwan’s defense ministry has said it is monitoring China's suspected testing of hypersonic missiles.
China’s military said on Monday it had carried out beach landing and assault drills in the province directly across the sea from Taiwan, an incident which occurred amid growing conflicts between the two regions.
Taipei: President Tsai Ing-wen has targeted China in her defiant speech and said will not bow to pressure from Beijing and will defend its democratic way of life.
Beijing; Chinese President XI Jinping has vowed to pursue the "reunification" with Taiwan, which Beijing observes as a breakaway province, in a peaceful manner.
The head of a French delegation of senators on Thursday called Taiwan a "country" during a visit to Taipei, risking drawing China's wrath.