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‘Life goes on’ for unfazed Taiwanese on frontline islands

"The Chinese are like the Russians. What's yours is mine. What's mine is still mine," said a resident

The butterfly effect: tropical butterflies spread as monarchs dwindle in East...

Sparked by global warming and other forms of climate change, tropical butterflies are starting to arrive in Hong Kong and Taiwan

Diplomatic relations between Vatican, China ‘totally unacceptable,’ says activist

The activist appealed to Pope Francis to “to reassure us that the Vatican will retain diplomatic relations with Taiwan"

Taiwan retains capital punishment, undermines claim to be bastion of rights

Despite its frequent use against dissidents during decades of martial law, most polls show Taiwanese still support the death penalty

Taiwan building inferno kills 46, dozens injured

The fire appears to be Taiwan's deadliest in years. The last fire of a similar magnitude was in 1995, when 64 people died.

Taiwan’s president leads way in first domestic COVID-19 vaccine

The health ministry approved the emergency use of Medigen Vaccine Biologics Corp's COVID-19 vaccine

Keep faith in democracy, Taiwan president tells Hong Kongers in new...

Tsai and her govt have offered strong support for the protesters, to the fury of Beijing

Beijing uses new tactic in campaign against Taiwan with spy accusations

China is spreading slander and creating terror, top Taiwanese official says

Taiwan says it has Vatican assurances on China accord

Vatican is Chinese-claimed Taiwan's sole European diplomatic ally

Taiwan prelate confident Beijing talks won’t affect Taipei-Vatican ties

The Holy See is the only European state that acknowledges Taiwan as a country

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