China is on course to double its 2020 total of flights near the island, with its aircraft on pincer-like paths around the island.
The trip was not officially confirmed until the multinational group of EU lawmakers landed in Taipei on Wednesday morning.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry accused the U.S. of lacking transparency a day after the U.S. Navy revealed more details about the October incident.
Having slowly wound down its services over the past decade, Yahoo officially left the Chinese market on Sunday.
USS Connecticut was reportedly operating in the South China Sea when the accident grounded the U.S. Navy ship last month.
Qian, who lost both her legs in an accident when she was just four years old, has been swimming competitively for over a decade.
A recent "Wall Street Journal" report into Taiwan's war preparations has sent ripples through Taiwan's social and political circles.
In her first interview with international media in nearly two years, the Taiwanese leader said she had "faith" in an American response if China were to attack.
Peter Dutton's comments on Beijing and Washington drew a hawkish response from Communist Party tabloid the Global Times.
Milley's comments mark the first public acknowledgement of China's hypersonic weapons tests by the country's most senior uniformed official.
Plans emerged as Taiwan Foreign Minister Joseph Wu made closely watched visits to Slovakia and the Czech Republic this week.
The episode, which aired late on Sunday in the United States, dropped shortly after Xi Jinping had given a lengthy speech about China at the United Nations.
The Pentagon declined to comment on specific weapons tests but raised concerns about China's advancement of military capabilities.
The damning report found many conscripts and reserves who felt their short duration of training left them and their countrymen unprepared for conflict.
The Chinese leader spoke at length on Monday as the Biden administration began work to help Taiwan's future participation at the United Nations.
Regular military operations returned to the skies southwest of Taiwan following a brief period of quiet in which China sent just four flights in 11 days.
Truth Social is backed by Patrick Orlando, a CEO who reportedly also runs a company operating in Wuhan, China.
U.S. officials expressed surprise at the capabilities achieved by the Chinese military, according to a report by the Financial Times.
Nicholas Burns endorsed Joe Biden's values-led foreign policy as the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations held his confirmation hearing on Wednesday.
Three people died and 30 more were injured in the blast at a restaurant in Shenyang, northeastern China.
USS Connecticut's accident in the South China Sea in October has become an opportunity for China to denounce freedom of navigation—and the AUKUS pact.
The Australian Strategic Policy Institute's report reveals the vast system behind seven years of suspected oppression.
The legislation approved by the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations aims to allow the U.S. to counter China's maritime claims with targeted sanctions.
The director of Taiwan's National Security Bureau said China's ruling Communist Party is "trapped inside a security dilemma."
Polling by a Beijing-friendly newspaper showed 10 percent of Taiwan's public was interested in some form of "unification" with China.
Korean War epic "The Battle at Lake Changjin" recouped more than its $200 million production budget on its opening day this month.
China's months-long energy crisis could last until next spring, but the government says it has boosted production to meet the shortage of supply.
China's state media outlets announced the "world-leading" achievement on Tuesday in a significant step for the country's spacefaring ambitions.