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US will continue to strengthen its relations with Taiwan: Price

Washington:  The United States will continue to strengthen its relations with Taiwan amid rising tensions between Taipei and Beijing, State Department spokesperson Ned Price said on Thursday.

Taiwan: Survey voices concern over Chinese port investments

A poll conducted by the New Power Party (NPP) has revealed that the majority of respondents want authorities to crack down on Chinese investment in Taiwan’s science parks and ports, media reports said.

US expresses concern over China’s 'provocative military activity' near Taiwan

Washington: The US government on Sunday expressed concern over China’s provocative military activity near Taiwan.

Taiwan says 38 Chinese military jets flew into its air defence zone

Taipei: Taiwan has said 38 Chinese military jets flew into its air defence zone on Friday.

China may ban more fruit imports from Taiwan, warns lawmaker

Taipei: A Taiwanese lawmaker has warned the  government should prepare contingency plans for a possible Chinese ban on oranges from Taiwan.

More than 20 Chinese military aircraft enter Taiwan's ADIZ

Taipei: Two dozen Chinese fighter jets, bombers, and surveillance aircraft intruded into Taiwan's air defense identification zone (ADIZ), an incident that can potentially trigger conflict between the two nations.

China bans import of Taiwanese sugar, wax apples

Taipei: Escalating tension between the two governments, China recently banned imports of Taiwanese sugar and wax apples, media reports said.

Taiwan is afraid that China is weaponizing ‘bacteria bombs’

Taiwan, a region engaged in a conflict with China, has started biowarfare defence drills amid fears that Beijing has weaponised a number of deadly pathogens including coronaviruses.

China opposes European Parliament's interference in Taiwan affairs

Beijing/Xinhua: A Chinese mainland spokesperson on Saturday urged the European Parliament and its certain bodies to exercise caution in words and deeds on Taiwan-related issues, reiterating that there is only one China in the world and Taiwan is a part of China.

Three Chinese military planes enter Taiwan’s ADIZ

Taipei: Marking the 15th intrusion of the ongoing month, three Chinese military planes entered Taiwan’s air defense identification zone (ADIZ) on Thursday morning, media reports said.

Taiwan plans to spend additional US$8.69 billion on defense to counter China

Taipei: The Taiwan government has planned to spend an additional US$8.69 billion on defense over the next five years, an attempt made to resist "severe threat" from China.

Chinese man detained as he enters illegally into Taiwan waters

Taipei: A Chinese man, who was travelling in a rubber boat, was intercepted by coast guard officers in Taiwan's territorial waters on Sunday, media reports said on Monday.

Taiwan says 19 Chinese warplanes recently entered its air defence zone

Taipei: Taiwan government has said a large incursion of Chinese military jets occurred in its air defence zone on Sunday, giving fuel to trigger conflict with Beijing.

Chinese shows aggression to Taiwan by warplane breaching

Beijing: The continuous breach of Chinese warplanes through the skies around Taiwan shows Chinese President Xi Jinping' aim to highlight Taiwan’s vulnerability while probing its defenses and testing the limits of the American commitment to ensure Taiwan’s self-defense.

China again violates Taiwan airspace

Intensifying its tense relationship with Taiwan, China once again violated the region's airspace while the PLA Navy (PLAN) commissioned its fourth new Type 052D destroyer on July 4.