Taiwan

A Sea Of Red: Celebrating The Chinese New Year

Many East Asian cultures celebrate the occasion under different names Making incense offering at Grand Matsu Temple (大天后宮) in Taian, Taiwan. Photo by Filip Noubel, used with permission. The Chinese New Year is a holiday rooted in...
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Will China Invade Taiwan Before The Communist Party Approaches Its 100th Anniversary?

Kent Wang Security, Asia Could it happen? On September 1, 1939, the German army launched an invasion of Poland that triggered the start of World War II. The battle for Poland only lasted about a month before a Nazi victory. But the invasion...
Related topics: China, Anniversaries, Poland

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Will Taiwan Build Its Own Fearsome Killer Drones?

David Axe Security, Asia How might China respond? Key point: Taipei is looking for new technologies and weapons to deter Beijing, and that includes drones. China already has its own attack drones, so Taiwan might as well get its own too. Taiwan...
Related topics: Drones, China, Taipei, Beijing

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Time For America To Get Serious On Taiwan

Bradley Bowman, Andrew Gabel Security, In the election, the Taiwanese people delivered a mandate that they expect their government to defend their democracy in the face of Beijing’s authoritarian coercion. America’s national security...
Related topics: China, Beijing

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Zacks.com Featured Highlights Include: Forterra, Synnex, Sony, Eagle Bancorp Montana And Taiwan...

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The Meaning Of Tsai Ing-wen's 8.17 Million Votes In The Taiwan Presidential Elections

Tsai Ing-wen. Photo taken from Stand News. By Chang Tieh-chi Many political analysts have expressed the opinion that the landslide victory of Tsai Ing-wen in the recent presidential election in Taiwan is related to the prolonged protests in Hong...
Related topics: World Photos, Protests, Hong Kong

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How Fake News And Disinformation Were Spread In The Run-up To Taiwan's Presidential Elections

There are two dissemination channel categories: online and offlinePuma Shen. Screen capture from Taiwan citizen media outlet, Watchout's Youtube video. This post first appeared in the online magazine New Bloom on January 6, 2020, before the...
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Could Taiwan Stop An Invasion By China?

David Axe Security, Asia Expert: “Over the next four years, it may be more important to acquire less glamorous but nimbler weapons to prevent Beijing from considering an invasion.” Taiwanese president Tsai Ing-wen’s January 2020 re-election...
Related topics: China, Beijing

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10 Sunday Reads

My easy like Sunday morning policy reads: • After Stretch IRAs, What Retirement Breaks Could Congress Chop Next? (Wall Street Journal) • Taiwan’s single-payer success story — and its lessons for America (Vox) • ‘You’re a bunch of dopes...

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Taiwan’s Entrepreneurs Move Forward After Tense Presidential Election

Last Saturday, Taiwanese voters re-elected President Tsai Ing-wen to her second term after an election that split the country among generational and ideological lines. A crucial issue were the differences in how Tsai, a member of the Democratic...

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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (tsm) Q4 2019 Earnings Call Transcript

Image source: The Motley Fool.Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (NYSE: TSM)Q4 2019 Earnings CallJan 16, 2020, 1:00 a.m. ETJeff Su -- Deputy Director of Investor RelationsContinue reading
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The Clock Is Ticking: China Will One Day Invade Taiwan

Ian Easton Security, Asia Which means war is coming. Key Point: America has some decisions to make. Various sources from within the People's Republic of China have allegedly suggested that time is running out for Taiwan's democracy. In their...
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Chairman Mao Wanted To Invade Taiwan

Ian Easton Security, Asia So why didn't he? Key Point: Sometimes events don't go the way you want. In the summer of 1949, Chiang Kai-shek and his Republic of China (ROC) government appeared doomed. Shanghai and Nanjing, then China’s capital...
Related topics: China, Shanghai

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2:00pm Water Cooler 1/14/2020

Today's Water Cooler: Buttigier, Booker, Bloomberg, Gabbard, Sanders, Steyer, Warren, impeachment, Grindr, Boeing, winter scenes, banning fossil fuel capex, carbon and tourism, Exxon's Imperial Oil and climate denial, the Mekong, Taiwan and single...
Related topics: Bloomberg, Boeing, Exxon Mobil Corporation

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Sorry, Bernie Sanders: Taiwan's Single Payer System Isn't An Argument For Medicare For All

One of the most frequent arguments that Sen. Bernie Sanders (I–Vt.) makes in favor of single-payer health care is that other countries have universal, government-financed health care systems, so the United States should be able to have them as...

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Ukrainian Flight Downed By Iran, But Blood Is On Trump's Hands

Tsai Ing-wen secures re-election in Taiwan; Iranian government admits responsibility in downed plane; Juan Guaido continues to circle the drain
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The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Taiwan Semi, Jd.com And America Movil Sab De Cv

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What's In Store For Taiwan Semiconductor (tsm) Q4 Earnings?

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Taiwan Elections Belie Notion Of ‘asian Value,’ Says Analyst

For Washington-based U.S. analysts, Saturday’s Taiwan elections were a threefold victory, for President Tsai Ing-wen and her ruling Democratic Progressive Party, Taiwan as a whole, and the very concept of democracy in Asia.“There’s this...
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Us Sees Taiwan As ‘pressure Point’ Against China, But Citizens Prefer Status Quo

Tsai Ing Wen won a second term as president of Taiwan over the weekend. Despite her victory, many Taiwanese people are interested in maintaining the autonomous island’s political status quo as neither completely part of nor separate from mainland...
Related topics: China

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