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China Vows Sanctions On U.s. Firms For Arms Sales To Taiwan

The State Department approved an $8 billion sale of fighter jets and related equipment to the self-governing island. China views the sale as a violation of its sovereignty. (Image credit: Wally Santana/AP)
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"a Generation Without A Future": Millennials Struggle To Survive In Modern Hong Kong

As we pointed out yesterday, migration from Hong Kong to Taiwan has surged this year - but not solely because the streets of Hong Kong have been clogged with protesters since June. Young Hong Kongers, like their American counterparts living in San...
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Us Defence Department Approves $8bln Sale Of 66 F-16 Fighter Jets To Taiwan

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The United States has approved an $8 billion military sale of 66 F-16 fighter jets to Taiwan, the Defence Security Cooperation Agency said in a press release.
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"it's $8 Billion, That's A Lot Of Jobs": Trump Oks F16 Taiwan Deal; Beijing Says...

Beijing will take "countermeasures" and impose serious "consequences" on Washington for its fast-moving deal to sell 66 F-16 fighter jets to Taiwan after President Trump approved the $8 billion deal this weekend.  “The US has to bear all the...
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China Lashes Taiwan Over Offer To Hong Kong Protesters

China slammed Taiwan Monday for offering asylum to Hong Kong people facing prosecution for involvement in anti-government protests, telling the island’s leaders to “stop meddling” in the territory’s affairs. Taiwan’s...
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Chinese K-pop Stars Publicly Back Beijing On Hong Kong

At least eight K-pop stars from China and even one from Taiwan and one from Hong Kong are publicly stating their support for Beijing's one-China policy, eliciting a mixture of disappointment and understanding from fans. Many of the statements came...
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Trump Approves $8bn sale Of F-16 jets To Taiwan; Congress Urged To "move Quickly"

Last month China's military predictably slammed Washington's recent approval to send $2.2 billion in arms to Taiwan, and now there's an administration push supported by Republicans in the Senate to "move quickly" on a proposed $8 billion sale of...
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Us Informally Approves Sale Of Dozens Of F-16 Fighter Jets To Taiwan - Reports

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The United States has informally approved the proposed military sale of dozens of F-16 fighter jets to Taiwan, CNN reported on Friday.
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Trump Greenlights Major Arms Sale To Taiwan

“The Trump administration has informally greenlit a potential major arms sale to Taiwan involving dozens of new F-16 fighter jets,” CNN reports. “The decision comes amid heightened tensions with China as a trade war wages on and a...
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Taiwan Monitors How China Deals With Hong Kong Protesters

Concerns that China might crackdown on Hong Kong have Taiwan determined to maintain its own autonomy. Chinese leaders have long hoped to bring Taiwan under their control.
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Chinese Model Liu Wen ‘may Face $22 Mln Penalty’ As She Cuts Ties With Coach In Hong Kong...

China’s social media have exploded with rage after several Western fashion brands mislabelled Hong Kong and Taiwan on their products or websites as sovereign nations.
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Hong Kong Residents Turn To Taiwan As Local Gas Mask Stocks Run Low

As anti-extradition bill protests continue and police clashes escalate in Hong Kong, Taiwan has proved itself to be a useful supplier of gas mask filters for demonstrators and everyday Hong Kongers.
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New Report Further Clarifies Foxconn's Wisconsin Deal Was An Unsustainable Joke

It hasn't taken long for Trump's and Paul Ryan's once-heralded Foxconn factory deal in Wisconsin to quickly devolve into farce. The state originally promised Taiwan-based Foxconn a $3 billion subsidy if the company invested $10 billion in a...
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Paid 'news': China Using Taiwan Media To Win Hearts And Minds On Island - Sources

The articles on the website of the leading Taiwan newspaper were gushing about a new Chinese government program to lure Taiwanese entrepreneurs to the mainland.China "treated Taiwanese businessmen like its own people," one of the articles said,...
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Hong Kong's Umbrella Uprising Could Be Costly For Taiwan

Wallace C. Gregson Security, Asia Like it or not, Hong Kong is a test for the United States. The region is watching. The Hong Kong unrest continues past nine weeks and shows no sign of abating. “Unrest” is an inadequate description. The...
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One Killed As 6.4 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Taiwan - Fire Department

BEIJING (Sputnik) - One woman has been killed as a result of a powerful 6.4 magnitude earthquake that struck off the coast of Taiwan on Thursday, the island's fire department said.
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The Latest Thing In Vr? A Face Mask That Makes It Feel Like You’re Underwater

Researchers at Taipei Tech created the haptic device, called LiquidMask, which hints at the future of design for virtual reality. Virtual reality usually doesn’t feel particularly real, mostly because you can’t touch or feel anything...
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Beijing Bans Mainland Filmmakers From Attending "chinese Language Oscars" In Taiwan

In what appears to be Beijing's latest offensive against Taiwan after deciding last week to ban most of the tourism from the mainland to island, senior Communist Party officials have decided that mainland filmmakers will not be allowed to take part...
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Taiwan, Us Discuss New Location For F-16 Joint Training Program

The Taiwanese air force may soon be sending its F-16 pilots to train at a new Air Force base in the US, according to reports.

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