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  • Lai Ching-te sworn in as Taiwan’s 16th-term president

    Discover the significance of Lai Ching-te’s inauguration as Taiwan’s fifth popularly elected president and the Democratic Progressive Party’s third term. Learn about the peaceful transition of power and the challenges ahead for the new administration.
    2024/05/20 17:31
  • Lin Chia-lung to serve as Taiwan’s foreign minister: report

    Lin Chia-lung, Presidential Office Secretary-General, is set to become Taiwan’s new foreign minister under President-elect Lai Ching-te’s administration, leveraging his diverse experience, U.S. and Japan expertise, and steady diplomatic approach to cross-strait relations.
    2024/04/11 14:51
  • U.S. keeps watchful eye on China-Taiwan maritime dispute

    The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) calls for China to heed U.S. calls for restraint amid tensions in the Kinmen-Xiamen marine dispute. Tensions escalated after a fatal incident involving a Chinese speedboat in Kinmen’s maritime territory. The DPP affirms Taiwan’s stance against unilateral changes by China. U.S. State Department spokesperson and DPP urge restraint, while Taiwan defends its actions as lawful.
    2024/02/21 18:04
  • KMT pushes for urgent food safety report in Legislative Yuan

    Kuomintang legislator Wu Tsung-hsien pushes for a special report on food safety at the Legislative Yuan, sparking political tensions among Taiwan’s major parties. Premier Chen Chien-jen’s administration faces scrutiny as cross-party consultations falter, delaying the proposed review. Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) expresses concerns over procedural delays and politicization of the issue. Stay tuned for updates on the unfolding legislative drama in Taipei.
    2024/02/20 11:27
  • TPP official challenges legality of China tour ban

    Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) caucus convener Huang Kuo-chang questions the legal grounds of Taiwan’s ban on group tours to China, suspecting it was a hasty response to the pandemic. The government’s sudden change just before the Lunar New Year holiday raised doubts about the ban’s legal basis, with Huang accusing the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) of using vague legal concepts for punishment. Huang warns against resorting to lies and absurd methods, cautioning about the consequences of broken promises and half-truths.
    2024/02/19 17:13
  • Taiwan vows swift probe in Chinese fishing boat incident

    A recent fishing boat incident involving a Chinese fishing boat illegally crossing boundaries and subsequently capsizing due to the Taiwanese coast guard’s expulsion efforts has caused tension between Taiwan and China. Two individuals tragically drowned in the incident. Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council has assured prompt communication of investigation results with Chinese authorities, aiming to maintain solid cross-strait ties. China has accused Taiwan of precipitating such events, blaming aggressive boat seizures and assertive treatment of mainland fishermen. The Taiwan Affairs Office (TAO) has strongly condemned the incident, laying blame on the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) administration. Former Global Times Editor-in-Chief Hu Xijin has criticized Taiwan’s law enforcement, suggesting it may constitute involuntary manslaughter. In 2023 alone, there were 1,191 registered cases of Chinese fishing boats crossing the maritime boundary, consistently surpassing a thousand annually. Taiwan’s Coast Guard Administration, in accordance with the "Act Governing Relations between the People of the Taiwan Area and the Mainland Area," retains the right to expel, detain, hold in custody, fine, confiscate fishing equipment, and seize hauls and boats.
    2024/02/15 17:17
  • Taiwan’s DPP stands firm against disability discrimination

    Chinese media personality Wang Zhian’s derogatory comments about a disabled person have sparked controversy. The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) expresses regret that Wang has yet to admit his error and announces they will no longer respond to his remarks. Despite apologizing, Wang’s attempt to politicize and mask his derogatory comments is criticized by DPP spokesperson Justin Wu. The DPP emphasizes their zero-tolerance policy against discrimination and warns against shifting focus away from the issue. Despite writing a letter to the DPP, Wang still fails to admit his mistake, leading to the DPP’s decision to refrain from responding further. The DPP highlights that the disabled legislator-at-large candidate, Chen Chun-han, is highly regarded within the Tsai Ing-wen administration for his expertise in human rights law. The DPP remains committed to advocating for marginalized groups and people with disabilities, and calls for society’s joint effort in upholding dignity and equality for all.
    2024/01/29 14:40
  • Lai Ching-te slams KMT rival over ’housing disinformation’

    The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Lai Ching-te criticizes Kuomintang (KMT) candidate Hou Yu-ih for spreading disinformation about social housing developments. Lai responds to accusations made during the second Central Election Committee (CEC) policy presentation by stating that his administration had plans for over 200 social housing units, currently under construction in Tainan. Lai also highlights his establishment of the National Housing and Urban Regeneration Center (HURC) during his time as Premier, which has aided in social housing development. He credits President Tsai Ing-wen for surpassing local governments in the construction of social housing, thanks to the HURC’s establishment.
    2023/12/26 20:14
  • Ma Ying-jeou slams DPP’s stance on cross-strait trade deal

    Former President Ma Ying-jeou criticizes DPP presidential candidate Lai Ching-te’s opposition to the cross-strait services trade agreement, calling it "a screw loose" and accusing the DPP of questioning the policy’s benefits. Ma also highlights the DPP administration’s governance failures, including shortages of vaccines and rapid test kits during the pandemic. He emphasizes the stability of cross-strait relations under the "1992 Consensus" during his presidency, contrasting it with the increased military incursions under the DPP’s approach. Ma argues that opening up service trade with China would benefit Taiwanese professionals but has been hindered by the DPP’s interference.
    2023/12/18 19:59
  • Hsiao Bi-khim advocates for DPP majority in legislature

    Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) vice-presidential candidate Hsiao Bi-khim emphasized the importance of the DPP holding a majority in the legislature to ensure continuous progress for Taiwan. Speaking at a women’s support group event in Tucheng District, Hsiao highlighted her past achievements, including signing the inaugural agreements of the U.S.-Taiwan Initiative on 21st-Century Trade. She also mentioned that talks to prevent double taxation with the U.S. are nearing completion, which will enhance bilateral trade relations. Hsiao stressed the DPP government’s commitment to establishing friendly and commercial ties with the international community, urging a broader perspective beyond the focus on the 1992 Consensus. She expressed confidence in the foreign policy direction under President Tsai Ing-wen’s administration and the potential for a Lai-Hsiao team to continue this diplomatic route. Hsiao emphasized the symbolic significance of drawing number two in the election draw, representing integrity and steady advancement, and portraying the elections as a testament to Taiwan’s democratic strength. She reiterated the importance of a legislative majority for the DPP to implement stable and progressive policies, reducing resource drain from cross-party conflicts.
    2023/12/12 13:26
  • Hou Yu-ih proposes balanced U.S.-China diplomatic ties

    Kuomintang (KMT) presidential candidate Hou Yu-ih proposes a pro-US and China diplomatic stance, diverging from incumbent President Tsai Ing-wen’s approach. Hou criticizes Tsai’s foreign affairs and cross-strait policies, blaming the Tsai administration for Taiwan’s diplomatic isolation, failure to join regional economic bodies, and lack of communication with China. Hou emphasizes adhering to the Constitution of the Republic of China, affirming the nation’s sovereignty, and proposing a balanced stance between fostering solid ties with the United States and engaging with Mainland China. He also highlights the importance of Taiwan being prepared and realistic about its defense, suggesting that the island’s security should not rely solely on promises from the US but on its efforts and pragmatic relations with democratic allies. Political commentator Jaw Shau-kong fiercely criticizes the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) for being pro-US and anti-China, deeming Tsai’s policies on cross-strait relations and international diplomacy a complete failure. Jaw points out that despite Taiwan’s willingness to import American pork, the support has yet to translate into the U.S. helping with Taiwan’s entry into international organizations.
    2023/12/07 19:13
  • Wang Jin-pyng clears air on SID, past rift with Ma

    Former Legislative Speaker Wang Jin-pyng reiterates the importance of lawful administration in response to the Kuomintang (KMT) presidential candidate Hou Yu-ih and his running mate Jaw Shaw-kong’s advocacy for reinstating the Special Investigation Division (SID). Wang believes that the SID can be effective if those in charge enforce the law correctly. He also addresses concerns over his relationship with former president Ma Ying-jeou, stating that there are no hard feelings and emphasizing his intention to foster a positive future relationship.
    2023/12/07 18:56
  • Low risk of China attack if Lai wins: DPP campaign chief

    In an interview, Yao Li-ming, the campaign chief for the Democratic Progressive Party’s (DPP) presidential candidate Lai Ching-te, stated that if Lai were to win the presidency, the likelihood of a military attack from mainland China is low and the probability of cross-strait warfare is at its lowest. Yao analyzed that China may employ specific strategies in the last two weeks of the election to make Taiwanese voters perceive choosing Lai as "very dangerous," but the DPP has prepared for such scenarios. Yao drew an analogy, stating that if a bully knows that a person will resist to the death, they might not attack at all. Yao also noted that mainland China’s leader Xi Jinping did not mention a timetable for an attack on Taiwan during the recent Xi-Biden meeting, suggesting that Beijing would not rashly initiate conflict. The DPP is willing to interact with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) but cannot accept the preconditions of the "One China" principle set by Beijing. A re-elected DPP administration would send a clear message to China, emphasizing that any resolution to the Taiwan issue must involve the DPP. Yao also contended that a successive DPP administration would reflect the support of Taiwan’s younger generation and mainstream public opinion, revealing to Beijing the necessity of recognizing the DPP’s status. Regarding mainland China’s interference in the elections, Yao disclosed that the DPP is ready to confront any unusual situations that may arise, but specific suspicions cannot be made public at this time.
    2023/12/04 19:56
  • KMT Hou, Jaw blast rivals on urban mismanagement

    Kuomintang (KMT) presidential candidate Hou Yu-ih and his running mate Jaw Shaw-kong criticize Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) candidate Ko Wen-je and Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) candidate Lai Ching-te over alleged poor urban administration. They highlight Ko’s lack of progress in the Shezidao area during his tenure as Taipei mayor and criticize Lai for allowing the burial of furnace slag in agricultural land in Tainan. The KMT duo showcases their achievements in transforming the Wugu Garbage Dump Hill into an eco-park, contrasting it with Lai’s term in Tainan. Hou emphasizes his background in public administration and strong execution skills, pledging to bring change to Taiwan and lead the Republic of China (ROC) toward further progress.
    2023/12/02 15:02
  • PFP Soong blames power struggle for Blue-White split

    James Soong, chairman of the People First Party (PFP), attributed the fallout of the Blue-White alliance to politicking among power-hungry politicians. Soong dismissed criticism directed at Huang Shan-shan, campaign chief of Ko Wen-je’s Taiwan People’s Party (TPP), and questioned whether politicians truly prioritize the people’s issues. Soong criticized major parties in Taiwan, including the Kuomintang (KMT), Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), TPP, and his own PFP, for not reflecting on whether they truly listen to the voices and interests of the populace. He expressed skepticism about the presidential nomination processes of other parties, suggesting they prioritize replacing each other rather than the welfare of the people. Soong emphasized that the PFP has always prioritized public affairs and prided itself on not placing party interests above the public’s welfare. These claims by Soong highlight the challenges of uniting against the ruling administration as the opposition parties navigate the upcoming elections.
    2023/11/29 20:25
  • President Tsai attributes DPP’s success to Taiwanese support

    President Tsai Ing-wen attributes the DPP’s rule in Taiwan since 2016 to the support of the Taiwanese people. She emphasizes the robust democratic elections and system of checks and balances in Taiwan. Tsai states that the DPP and presidential candidate Lai Ching-te are the right choice for Taiwan. Under the DPP’s administration, Taiwan’s national power has enhanced, with GDP growth from NT$17.5 trillion in 2016 to a potential NT$23 trillion in 2023. President Tsai encourages Taiwanese to be proud of their achievements.
    2023/11/12 11:43
  • Gou urges Taiwan’s preparedness for peace amid war concerns

    Foxconn founder Terry Gou’s gift of the Kinmen Peace Declaration to former Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso sparks discussions on cross-strait relations and Taiwan’s strategic stance. Gou emphasizes Taiwan’s readiness for both peace and potential conflict while questioning the approach of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) administration.
    2023/08/09 17:44
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