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  • Tensions flare in Taiwan’s legislature over boat incident

    Explore the latest on Taiwan’s response to the seizure of a Taiwanese fishing boat by Chinese coast guards near Kinmen, including statements from national security and ocean affairs officials.
    2024/07/04 16:02
  • Premier-designate announces new cabinet appointments

    Discover the latest developments in Taiwan’s political landscape as Premier-designate Cho Jung-tai unveils the fifth wave of cabinet appointments, emphasizing continuity, dynamic leadership, and a vision for national unity and innovation.
    2024/04/23 15:05
  • Officials clash over Kinmen-Xiamen water passage

    Amid tensions, Kuomintang legislator questions passage of Chinese dredging vessels in Kinmen waters. Premier responds. Spokesperson criticizes Taiwan officials. Coast Guard clarifies regulations.
    2024/03/13 18:21
  • Taiwan clarifies dredging ship restrictions amid tensions

    In a legislative session, Taiwanese lawmaker Chen Yu-jen questions China’s dredging vessels passing through restricted waters off Kinmen. Premier Chen Chien-jen and Ocean Affairs Council Minister Kuan Bi-ling deny this possibility. Tensions escalate in the Kinmen-Xiamen waters following a recent incident involving a capsized Chinese fishing boat.
    2024/03/13 18:21
  • Taiwan’s OAC Minister rebuts ’cold-blooded’ claim by China

    Discover the latest developments in the Kinmen-Xiamen oceanic dispute involving Taiwan’s Minister of Ocean Affairs Council, Kuan Bi-ling. Amid accusations of being "extremely cold-blooded," Kuan’s unconventional response raises eyebrows. Stay informed on the ongoing negotiations and the potential impact on cross-strait relations.
    2024/03/01 16:11
  • China demands answers after fatal fishing boat incident

    The Taiwan Affairs Office urges Taiwan to reveal the truth behind a capsized Chinese fishing boat incident, demanding severe punishment for those involved. The boat breached Taiwan’s maritime boundaries, resulting in a pursuit by Taiwan’s Coast Guard Administration. Beijing accused Taiwan of using "brutal" force, leading to the deaths of two on board. The TAO called for Taiwan to promptly publish the truth, reprimand personnel, and explain to the victims’ families and citizens on both sides of the Strait. Taiwan’s Ocean Affairs Council Chairman stated there is no intention to conceal any aspect of the incident and emphasized that third-party liability insurance has covered the incident.
    2024/02/22 10:40
  • Taiwan OAC: boats can evade Chinese maritime inspections

    Minister of Ocean Affairs Council, Kuan Bi-ling, addresses Taiwanese vessels’ response to mainland Chinese coast guard inspections. The incident involving a Kinmen tourist boat prompts calls for caution and avoidance of interactions with China’s maritime authorities. Taiwan’s Ministry of Transportation and Communications and Ministry of National Defense emphasize adherence to international customs and a policy of non-intervention. Premier Chen Chien-jen urges rational cooperation for maritime security.
    2024/02/20 17:08
  • China’s Coast Guard inspection sparks panic on Taiwan boat

    Tensions flared Monday (Feb. 19) following an incident in which China’s Coast Guard forcibly inspected the "King Xia Cruise" which Taiwan Ocean Affairs Council Minister, Kuan Bi-ling, reveals has caused widespread panic on board.
    2024/02/20 11:49
  • China’s Coast Guard inspection sparks panic on Taiwan boat

    Tensions escalate as China’s Coast Guard inspects "King Xia Cruise" near Kinmen, causing panic on board. Taiwan’s Ocean Affairs Council Minister, Kuan Bi-ling, condemns the incident, highlighting the strain on cross-strait relations. The recent clash follows a series of events, including a deadly confrontation between Taiwan and Chinese fishermen. China criticizes Taiwan’s response, blaming the ruling Democratic Progressive Party. Taiwan’s Coast Guard Administration works to manage the aftermath, coordinating funeral arrangements and supporting survivors.
    2024/02/20 10:26
  • DPP Lai joins sea turtle release, advocates conservation

    DPP vice-presidential candidate Lai Ching-te attended a marine conservation event in Hengchun Township, where he witnessed healed sea turtles being returned to the ocean. The event, hosted by the Marine Animals Rescue Network (MARN), showcased efforts to rescue and rehabilitate injured marine protected species. MARN has successfully released 393 recovered marine animals back into the wild since its inception four years ago. The Ocean Affairs Council Director-General emphasized the integration of resources to establish MARN, which now operates six stations across Taiwan. This year alone, 23 whales, dolphins, and 163 sea turtles have been released, with seven turtles equipped with satellite transmitters. The rescue efforts have revealed instances of marine debris inside the stomachs of turtles, highlighting the issue of ocean pollution. Lai Ching-te presented letters of appreciation to honor the dedication of the rescue teams. Currently, 11 stranded and injured sea turtles are under care at the National Museum of Marine Biology and Aquarium. Lai emphasized the importance of a national marine policy and urged the public to actively engage in marine conservation.
    2023/12/02 12:12
  • Taiwan-U.S. marine ties strengthened as 155 ships join AMVER

    The Ocean Affairs Council (OAC) has announced the establishment of a national rescue team in Taiwan, with 155 local crews from the nation’s flagged vessels joining the U.S. Automated Mutual Assistance Vessel Rescue System (AMVER) program. This worldwide reporting system, run by the U.S. Coast Guard, aims to initiate swift rescue missions upon detecting ships in distress. The move represents a crucial step in deepening marine affairs cooperation between Taiwan and the U.S. The AMVER program allows governments worldwide to respond efficiently to maritime emergencies, boosting mutual cooperation levels among neighboring countries. Since its inception in 2001, the program has successfully rescued 4593 vessels and 25,319 people. The establishment of a national AMVER rescue team signifies strengthened cooperation between Taiwan and the U.S. on international maritime safety.
    2023/11/10 20:44
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