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  • China warns Taiwan’s pro-independence activists

    Explore the latest on cross-strait tensions: China’s defense spokesperson issues a stern warning to Taiwan’s pro-independence activists, amid reports of temples stockpiling ammunition.
    2024/07/12 16:56
  • Taiwan’s defense minister addresses temple ammo storage plan

    Minister Koo Li-Hsiung addresses the use of temple spaces for ammunition storage, adherence to laws during the Han Kuang Exercise, and the establishment of a Defense Innovation Unit.
    2024/07/10 16:43
  • Taiwan army captain caught with ammo at Kaohsiung Airport

    Discover the details of a Taiwanese army captain caught with ammunition at Kaohsiung International Airport, and the military’s response to enhance discipline.
    2024/05/17 10:34
  • Taiwan’s strategic role highlighted in U.S. aid proposal

    U.S. House Speaker Mike Johnson plans to expedite the passing of a foreign aid bill to assist Ukraine, Israel, and Taiwan, key partners in the Indo-Pacific region. The bill, totaling US$95.34 billion, aims to address Ukraine’s ammunition shortage and strengthen ties with strategic allies. Johnson’s procedural strategy and bipartisan approach signal progress in advancing the bill through the House, underscoring Taiwan’s significance in U.S. foreign policy.
    2024/03/15 19:07
  • Taiwan passes gun control amendments, fines up to NT$15M

    The Legislative Yuan has passed amendments to the Controlling Guns, Ammunition and Knives Act, imposing stricter penalties for firearms offenses in public spaces. Offenders firing standard-issue firearms in or towards public areas could face a minimum of seven years in prison and fines of up to NT$15 million. Discharging non-standard firearms in public venues may result in sentences ranging from five to twelve years and fines of up to NT$10 million. The amendments also address loopholes by adjusting the terms for those confessing or turning themselves in, allowing judges to decide on leniency based on each case’s specifics. These revisions aim to combat gun-related crimes and strengthen social safety and order.
    2023/12/18 14:37
  • Chiu Kuo-cheng downplays U.S. arms sale concerns

    Taiwan’s Defense Minister, Chiu Kuo-cheng, has announced that the Ministry of National Defense (MND) is preparing to strengthen its military in order to prevent war. This comes after Chinese President Xi Jinping expressed dissatisfaction with U.S. arms sales to Taiwan during his meeting with President Joe Biden. Chiu stated that Taiwanese military officers will continue to visit and learn from their U.S. counterparts, regardless of the circumstances. He downplayed concerns about the sale of ammunition, emphasizing that Taiwan is not intentionally arming itself but rather engaging in normal operations. Despite Xi’s denial of plans for military action against Taiwan in 2027 or 2035, Chiu emphasized that the Taiwanese military will not set a target year solely based on Xi’s statements. The MND will maintain a vigilant stance and be prepared for any situation without anticipating military conflicts in specific years.
    2023/11/20 18:36
  • Sky Dragon military drills show joint operational skills

    Taiwan’s annual Air Force Tien Lung military drills, also known as "Sky Dragon," have commenced and will run from October 30 to November 3. The exercise involves key fighter aircraft such as the F-16V, Mirage 2000, and IDF, collaborating with other units to evaluate joint operational effectiveness. The drills encompass various airborne force-on-force scenarios, including air-to-air, air-to-sea, and air-to-ground warfare competitions. In addition, the exercise involves the participation of Air Force infantry and special forces units, engaging in activities like small arms firing, ammunition loading, and mobile defense operations. Outstanding pilots, including champions in air combat, target shooting, and bombardment, will be selected by the Air Force. This significant military exercise follows the "Chang Ching17 Exercise" conducted by the army from October 23 to 27, marking its first occurrence in six years.
    2023/10/30 16:36
  • Tsai visits injured soldiers after military base blast

    Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen and Ministry of National Defense (MND) Minister Chiu Kuo-cheng paid a visit to the nine injured soldiers from Monday’s Keelung ammunition depot blast at the Tri-Service General Hospital on Tuesday (July 25).
    2023/07/25 17:30
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