Tsai Ing-wen

“Today, we have a chance to make history," Taiwan's president said in a message before the vote.
The American Institute of Taiwan opened to conduct relations between the two countries.
Who among us hasn't gotten in a fistfight over infrastructure development?
“We hope the U.S. can abide by the ‘one China’ policy...and not let her pass through their border."
Trump's ostensible reason for the hard line against China is that he wants to negotiate a better deal for US manufacturing
"Since 1979," the Guardian points out, "the U.S. has acknowledged Beijing's claim that Taiwan is part of China, with relations
The Chinese authorities seem to stand for gender equality, however they arrested five female activists who tried to start
By Hong Soon-do, Beijing correspondent, AsiaToday - A society where derogatory buzzwords are rampant is definitely unhealthy
Taiwan long has been one of the globe's most dangerous tripwires. Other than a brief period after World War II, the island has not been ruled by the mainland for more than a century. The 23 million people living on what was once called Formosa have made a nation.
"As a single female politician, Tsai Ing-wen lacks the emotional drag of love, the pull of the 'home,' and no children to care for," Chinese state media said.
Taiwan and China must "set aside the baggage of history" for the sake of regional security, said Tsai Ing-wen.
Of course, the idea of "One China" is not a new one. Yet, in recent years Cross-Strait tensions have taken a backseat to
While Deng returned to China in January 1927 to rise in the ranks of the Communist Party, Chiang remained in Moscow (some
Last month the Taiwanese people voted overwhelmingly for Tsai Ing-wen of the Democratic Progressive Party, which formally advocates an independent Taiwan rather than "one China" encompassing both mainland and Taiwan.
The Kuomintang (KMT) government in Taiwan lost a huge election to the Green Party, called the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) led by Tsai Ing-wen.
The second set of weapons not hitherto present in a Taiwan Strait crisis is China's growing fleet of conventional diesel
Last week's landslide election of Tsai Ing-wen to Taiwan's presidency represents the strongest repudiation of China's authoritarian claim to the island since Lee Teng-hui became Taiwan's first democratically-elected president in 1996.