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  • Clinton Would Not Change US’ Taiwan Policy: Aide (2016-07-27)
    (Taipei Times, By William Lowther) “Secretary Clinton supports the current administration’s policy on China and Taiwan, and will continue to do so,” senior campaign foreign policy adviser Jake Sullivan said.
  • Talks On Maritime Cooperation With Tokyo Postponed (2016-07-27)
    (Taipei Times, By Stacy Hsu)The Ministry of Foreign Affairs yesterday said that the first dialogue between Taipei and Tokyo on maritime cooperation, which was scheduled to be held by the end of this month, has been postponed to allow more time to prepare. 
  • In 'Symbolic' Protest, Fishermen Land On Taiping Pier — But Not Taiping (2016-07-26)
    (China Post, By Stephanie Chao) Fishermen from three vessels were allowed onto Taiping Island's pier late Monday night to restock supplies and receive medical attention, but they were prevented from setting foot on the island.  
  • President Thanks Solomon Islands Leader For Support (2016-07-26)
    (China Post/CNA) President Tsai Ing-wen on Monday expressed appreciation to Solomon Islands Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare for his country's solid and long-term support of Taiwan in the international community.  
  • Overseas Chinese To Boost 'New Southbound Policy' (2016-07-26)
    (China Post/CNA) The long-term efforts by the Overseas Community Affairs Council to nurture overseas Chinese students and establish contacts with Taiwanese businessmen in Southeast Asia will be a major boost to the country's "New Southbound Policy," an official said Monday.  
  • Taiwan-Africa Association Established By Lawmakers (2016-07-26)
    (China Post/CNA) Taiwan's Legislature established a new parliamentary association to promote exchanges with parliamentarians from African countries and advance bilateral relations.  
  • Draft Report Attributes Missile Firing To Errors (2016-07-25)
    (Taipei Times, By Jonathan Chin) A confluence of human errors were to blame for the accidental firing of a missile that sank a Taiwanese fishing boat near Penghu on July 1, the Chinese-language United Daily News reported yesterday.The newspaper said it was given access to the working draft of the military’s report on the incident, which it characterized as “in a mostly finished form.” 
  • MAC Appeals To Beijing To Recognize Taiwan's Good Will (2016-07-25)
    (China Post/CNA) Taiwan hopes China can understand that its recognition of the historical fact that understandings were reached between the two sides in 1992 is an important and friendly declaration, a Taiwanese official said Friday. 
  • US Urges Taiwan-China Communications (2016-07-24)
    (Taipei Times/CNA) The US on Thursday urged Taiwan and China to keep channels of communication open after President Tsai Ing-wen expressed hope in a Washington Post interview that China would show more flexibility in dealing with cross-strait relations. 
  • Navy Refutes Delay In US Weapons Sales Order (2016-07-24)
    (China Post, By Sun Hsin Hsuan) Navy Command Headquarters (MND) Saturday quashed reports suggesting that the delivery of a U.S. arms sales order to Taiwan had been postponed, claiming that Taipei maintains stable relations with Washington. 
  • Tsai Rejects Itu Aba Ruling In US Interview (2016-07-23)
    (Taipei Times, By Stacy Hsu) President Tsai Ing-wen reiterated Taiwan’s stance of not accepting an international court’s ruling on the South China Sea in an interview with the Washington Post, calling for a peaceful resolution of the disputes. 
  • Tsai Rejects Deadline For Accepting '92 Consensus' (2016-07-23)
    (China Post, By Stephanie Chao) In a Q&A posted on the Washington Post website, senior associate editor Lally Weymouth asked whether it was true that mainland China leader Xi had set a certain deadline by which he wanted President Tsai to agree to the "1992 Consensus." In response, Tsai said, "it isn't likely that the government of Taiwan will accept a deadline for conditions that are against the will of the people." Taiwan’s Presidential office refutes claims that President Tsai Ing-wen rejected the "1992 Consensus" in that interview.
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  • Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen: Beijing Must Respect Our Democratic Will (2016-07-21)
    (Washington Post, By Lally Weymouth) This past week, The Washington Post’s Lally Weymouth visited Tsai’s office for the president’s first foreign interview since taking office.
  • Is China Stealing Jobs? It May Be Losing Them, Instead (2016-07-23)
    (New York Times, By Michael Schuman) In a 2015 study, the Boston Consulting Group said the costs of manufacturing in China’s major export-producing zone were now almost the same as in the United States, after taking into account wages, worker productivity, energy costs and other factors. 
  • 3 Convicted Over Their Roles in Sprawling Hong Kong Street Protests (2016-07-21)
    (New York Times, By Alan Wong and Michael Forsythe) Three leaders of Hong Kong’s huge student-led demonstrations in 2014 were found guilty on Thursday of charges stemming from their roles in events that set off 79 days of defiant street protests for freer elections in the self-governing Chinese territory. 
  • How Bad Is Taiwan's Economy (2016-07-22)
    (The Diplomat, By Frank S.T. Hsiao) When we look at the international data, and compare Taiwan’s economic performance with other countries, especially with some of the most advanced European countries, we find quite a different picture. 
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