Taiwan

Bull Of The Day: Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturer Company (tsm)

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturer Company (TSM) is leading the fourth revolution from behind the scenes. TSMC is the largest semiconductor manufacturer in the world (54% share) with a market positioning that is multiples ahead of its...

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Taiwan Wants To Build A New Home-made Fighter Jet

David Axe Security, Asia Can they do it? What will China say? Key point: Taiwan needs a new fighter and if no one will sell them one, they might just build their own. A scale model has appeared in public depicting Taiwan’s newest...
Related topics: China

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How Would Taiwan Slowdown A Chinese Invasion? Think Lots Of Missile Boats.

David Axe Security, The Taiwanese navy needs to start building small, cheap, missile-armed attack boats, and fast. It’s the only way Taipei can hope to hold off a Chinese invasion force long enough for the United States to intervene on the...
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China's Nightmare: Why Is Taiwan Building Kamikaze Drones?

David Axe Technology, Asia A good or bad idea? Key Point: Taipei is trying out new technologies in the hope that they can deter and defend and against Beijing. A new suicide drone appeared at the August 2019 edition of the biennial Taipei...
Related topics: China, Drones, Taipei, Beijing

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Us Congressional Delegation Denied Visas In Beijing Over Planned Stop In Taiwan

US Congressional Delegation Denied Visas In Beijing Over Planned Stop In Taiwan Over the past several weeks there has been an ongoing tit-for-tat between visas granted by China and the United States for each others citizens. One of the...
Related topics: China, Beijing

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Leaving Nothing To The Imagination: Taiwan Beauty Fined For 'string' Bikini At Philippine Resort

Photos of a young female tourist from Taiwan have made the rounds on Philippine social media, after she was spotted by other vacationers and locals wearing a not-so-subtle bathing suit.
Related topics: World Photos, Social Media

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Shameful: Espn Uses Chinese Map Which Promotes Their Claim To Taiwan, Other Territories

Screenshot is from this video ESPN is now facing more backlash after using a map which promoted the Chinese claim to own Taiwan and as well as other territories in the South China sea. The use of the map occurred during ESPN’s “Sports...
Related topics: Espn, Screenshots, World Videos, China

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Analysis: Are China’s ‘internal Affairs’ Going More Global?

One day in 1955, the fledgling People’s Republic of China was unhappy about U.S. involvement with Taiwan, the self-governing island that Beijing considered its territory. So Premier Zhou Enlai wrote a letter to the secretary-general of the...
Related topics: China, Beijing

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Taiwan Rejects ‘one Country, Two Systems’ Offer, Citing Hong Kong Protests

The president of Taiwan accused Beijing of intentionally using the “one country, two systems” solution to bring autonomous Chinese provinces to the “brink of disorder”, while not addressing that it was Taiwan who played a pivotal role this...
Related topics: Hong Kong, Protests, China, Beijing

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Is Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (tsm) Stock Outpacing Its Computer And Technology...

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Some Blizzard Employees Reportedly Walked Out To Protest The Punishment Of A 'hearthstone'...

About 30 Activision Blizzard employees staged a walkout to protest the company's punishment of a Hong Kong-based esports competitor who made a political statement during a Blizzard event in Taiwan, according to a report from The Daily...
Related topics: Protests, Hong Kong

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What? No Way. Apple? Censoring Ios 13 To Appease China? Gosh. How Shocking. Who'd Have Thought It?

iGiant declines to Taiwan on for Hong Kong and Macau Apple is under fire for kowtowing to Beijing and removing references to Taiwan in the localized versions of iOS 13 for Hong Kong and Macau in China.…
Related topics: China, Hong Kong, Beijing

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Apple Is Hiding Taiwan’s Flag Emoji If You’re In Hong Kong Or Macau

When Apple released iOS 13.1.1 in late September, it appears to have dropped the Taiwan flag from the emoji keyboard for users that have their iOS region set to Hong Kong or Macau, as noticed by the blog Hiraku and later corroborated by Hong Kong...
Related topics: Hong Kong

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Possible Structural Issues Examined In Taiwan Bridge Fall

Investigators are examining possible structural problems surrounding a bridge that collapsed in northeastern Taiwan, killing six people

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Developing Asia Is Benefiting From The Trade War — Except India

Asia’s developing countries are reaping the benefits of the US-China trade war, according to a new report by the Asian Development Bank. Exports to the US from Vietnam, Bangladesh, and Taiwan are up by as much as 33 percent, and Thailand,...
Related topics: India, China, Vietnam, Bangladesh, Thailand, Malaysia

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Massive Arch Bridge Collapses In Taiwan, Divers Search For Victims

An arch bridge collapsed in the Nanfangao fish harbour in Taiwan on October 1. (Photo Credit: SAM YEH / AFP / Getty Images) At least 10 people were injured and six are missing after a towering arch bridge over a bay collapsed in Taiwan...
Related topics: World Photos

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Taiwan’s Golden Horse Awards Unveils Nominations Amid China Tensions

The nominations for this year’s Golden Horse Awards in Taiwan were unveiled Tuesday, with no Chinese films in contention amid the political fallout from last year’s ceremony. Now in their 56th year, the awards have traditionally been seen as...
Related topics: China

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Rumor Has It That North Korea May Help Built Submarines For Taiwan

Charlie Gao Security, Asia But is it true? Key point: North Korea has some decent submarine technology that Taiwan wants to buy. Submarines are a critical asset for Taiwan’s Navy, the Republic of China Navy (ROCN). They provide critical...
Related topics: North Korea, China

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Taiwan Wants To Buy Us-made Artillery To Counter China's Ever-growing Firepower

China has fielded artillery rockets capable of reaching Taiwan's west coast, and Taipei is looking to acquire its own longer-range artillery.
Related topics: China, Taipei

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Taiwan Is Developing “suicide Drones”

David Axe Security, What can they do in combat?  Key Point: Taiwan is developing at least two exploding “suicide drones” as it scrambles to counter an increasingly modern and aggressive Chinese military. A new suicide drone appeared at the...
Related topics: Drones, Military

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