Taiwan to end quarantine for arrivals starting Oct. 13

Taiwan yesterday said it will end mandatory COVID-19 quarantines for people arriving from overseas beginning Oct. 13. The Central Epidemic Command Center announced that the

Taiwan to end quarantine for arrivals starting Oct. 13

Taiwan today (Thursday) said it will end mandatory COVID-19 quarantines for people arriving from overseas beginning Oct. 13. The Central Epidemic Command Center announced that the previous weeklong requirement will be

Taiwan to gradually lift quarantine-upon-arrival next month

Meanwhile, in Taiwan, the government yesterday announced several updates to Covid-19 measures and entry restrictions. Taiwan’s Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) announced yesterday that it

Strong earthquake in Taiwan traps people, derails train

A strong earthquake shook much of Taiwan yesterday, toppling a three-story building and temporarily trapping four people inside, stranding about 400 tourists on a mountainside, and

Tsai cites threat of Chinese ‘cognitive warfare’

Taiwanese leader Tsai Ing-wen said yesterday that China is conducting “cognitive warfare” by spreading misinformation in addition to its regular incursions into nearby waters and airspace

Taiwan forces fire at drones flying over island near China

Taiwan's military fired warning shots at drones from China flying over its outposts just off the Chinese coastline, underscoring heightened tensions and the self-ruled island’s resolve

Tsai tells troops to keep cool amid Chinese threats

Taiwan's leader told the self-ruled island’s military units yesterday to keep their cool in the face of daily warplane flights and warship maneuvers by China, saying

Tsai says resolve in self-defense cannot be shaken

Taiwan's leader invoked an armed conflict from 1958 as an example of the island’s resolve to defend itself while she met yesterday with more foreign visitors

Indiana governor in Taipei following high-profile US visits

Indiana's Republican governor met with Taiwan’s leader Tsai Ing-wen yesterday morning, following two recent high-profile visits by U.S. politicians that drew China’s ire and Chinese military

US to hold trade talks with Taiwan, island drills military

The U.S. government will hold trade talks with Taiwan in a sign of support for the island democracy that China claims as its own territory,

Taiwan, China hold opposing military drills amid tensions

Taiwan is staging military exercises to show its ability to resist Chinese pressure to accept Beijing’s political control over the self-governing island, following new rounds of

US House Speaker Pelosi arrives in Taiwan, defying Beijing

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi arrived in Taiwan tonight (Tuesday night) despite threats from Beijing of serious consequences, becoming the highest-ranking American official to visit the self-ruled island claimed by

Gov’t urges US to revoke arms sales plan to Taiwan

China firmly opposes U.S. arms sales to Taiwan and urges the United States to revoke the arms sales plan, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Wang Wenbin said yesterday.

Taiwan refutes SAR’s reports of Covid samples in mangoes

Taiwanese authorities have urged Macau to follow international rules and standards in regards to both trade and the testing of goods for Covid-19, the local

Magnitude 6.0 earthquake shakes central Taiwan coast

A magnitude 6.0 earthquake shook Taiwan yesterday morning. There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.The quake struck at 9:05 a.m. at a depth of 6.8 kilometers

Taiwan to resume international air transit service

Due to developments in Taiwan’s Covid-19 conditions, the island’s health agency has recently announced that international air transit services will resume from June 15. By

Taipei concludes long-awaited book fair

This year’s Taipei International Book Exhibition concluded yesterday after six days of exhibitions and various activities held against the backdrop of Covid-19 prevention and control.

Taiwan’s leader condemns California church shooting

Taiwan's leader has condemned the shooting at a Taiwanese church in California by a man reportedly driven by hatred of the island. Tsai Ing-wen’s office issued a statement

Taiwan’s legislative report calls on law changes for Hong Kong and Macau

Taiwan's legislature is calling to protect its national security, citing a need to review its policy in categorizing Hong Kong and Macau as “foreign countries.”

Taiwan activist released from China says global help worked

A Taiwanese human rights activist who served five years in jail in China said that international pressure and the tireless advocacy by his wife worked to ensure

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