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China and Taiwan Exchange Spies After Historic Meeting

China and Taiwan Exchange Spies After Historic Meeting

China and Taiwan have released jailed spies in a measure of mutual goodwill following the historic meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Taiwanese president Ma Ying-jeou. China released Colonel Zhu Gongxun and Colonel Xu Changguo of Taiwan’s Military Intelligence, who were detained for more than nine years. Meanwhile, Taiwan granted advance parole for Chinese […]

What Lies Ahead for China-Taiwan-Tibet Relations?

What Lies Ahead for China-Taiwan-Tibet Relations?

The historic meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou raised plenty of questions about future relations between the two sides, but another major player that kept an eye on the meeting was the Tibet government in exile. Chinese-Taiwanese-Tibetan relations have undergone vast changes since 1981, when Beijing issued both propositions to […]

Beijing Won’t Back Down Position that Taiwan is Part of China

Beijing Won’t Back Down Position that Taiwan is Part of China

The Chinese people have a “sacred mission” to ensure Taiwan is always considered a part of China, said a high-ranking Chinese leader Friday during an event in Beijing marking the anniversary of communist Chinese forces defeating the nationalists in 1949. “Maintaining the country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, and maintaining no changes to the position that […]

U.S. to Support Taiwan Defense in South China Sea

U.S. to Support Taiwan Defense in South China Sea

The United States is now authorized to provide “assistance and training” to Taiwan and other countries in the Asia-Pacific region as outlined in the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal year 2016. Last Thursday, the House of Representatives approved changes the Senate had made to the NDAA 2016 in June. Both bodies had been at […]

China Angry Over Taiwan’s Visit To Japan

China Angry Over Taiwan’s Visit To Japan

China has recently expressed its anger at Japan because the opposition leader of Taiwan will be visiting Japan. China is enraged because they are of the opinion that Taiwan should not be offered any kind of platform for promoting their wrong views. The Democratic Party in Taiwan is of the opinion that the people of […]

Chinese President Defends Human Rights Record

Chinese President Defends Human Rights Record

Ahead of his first state visit to the U.S., Chinese President Xi Jinping is celebrating his country’s human rights record. In a letter to the annual Beijing Forum on Human Rights, Xi wrote “China has been promoting economic and social development, improving people’s well-being, and toughening legal protection of human rights, among other efforts.” However, […]

The Story Of The Oscillating Power Struggle Between Tibet and China

The Story Of The Oscillating Power Struggle Between Tibet and China

China and Tibet share 1500 years long history of a struggling relationship that started right after the first interaction among them with the marriage of Chinese princess Wencheng to King Songtsan Gampo of Tibet. It marked the beginning of Tibetan Buddhism and expansion of the Tibetan empire in 640 AD. But 692 saw a change […]

Chinese Way Of Thought Attracts Contrasting Views Again

Chinese Way Of Thought Attracts Contrasting Views Again

China is getting pointed at yet again for its monopolizing opinions and thoughts on its relationship with Taiwan, Tiananmen and Tibet. The 26th anniversary of the protests at Tiananmen Square has also stirred an atmosphere of sour views and quiet disagreements to how the country is taking the idea of one China to an entirely […]

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