China's creation of a pro-independence watch list would only cause further "dislike" of Beijing on the democratic island, Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chi-mai said Thursday.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency head Andrew Wheeler was scheduled to visit Taiwan for three days in December in what would have been the fourth high-profile trip to the island since August.
Chinese Vice President Wang Qishan also congratulated Vice President-elect Kamala Harris on the same day, China's state-owned Xinhua News Agency said.
Beijing's Taiwan Affairs Office stressed the watch list would only include a few "diehard" pro-independence individuals and those who finance them.
Officials in China's northeastern Liaoning Province investigated the phenomenon and discovered a link to a local reservoir of natural gas, state media reported Tuesday.
The Chinese Communist Party's hawkish tabloid newspaper "Global Times" said the People's Liberation Army's frequent military drills were meant as more than just a warning to Taiwan and the U.S.
A new batch of J-16 multirole warplanes has been ordered for the Chinese military's western front, where a territorial stand-off with New Delhi continues, Chinese state media reported Tuesday.
Communist Party newspaper 'Global Times' sees Joe Biden's election as an opportunity to normalize U.S.-China relations and has sent positive signals about the former vice president's cabinet picks.
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said Monday that his country's inclusion in President-elect Joe Biden's proposed "coalition of democracies" was not "on the cards."
The president's spokesperson poked fun at her country's status and Twitter's use of disclaimers on Donald Trump's tweets, offering her own version of the "disputed" meme.
Bill Clinton praised Joe Biden and discussed the president-elect's China challenge at this week's Bloomberg New Economy Forum.
Official figures showed a near 60 percent increase in immigration document submissions compared to the same period last year, a report said Wednesday.
The People's Liberation Army mobilized workers in automobile factories to modify semi trucks into battle tank transport vehicles during the recent military-civilian exercise.
Two U.S. Air Force B1-B bombers flew into China's air defense identification zone just north of the island of Taiwan on Tuesday.
The 97-year-old national security veteran said the U.S. and China were now "in the mountain passes" of a new Cold War, which could escalate into actual military conflict.
Chinese Navy releases images showing amphibious crafts offloading troops and armored vehicles in a simulated beach assault amid heightened tensions between Beijing and Taipei.
The hawkish Chinese Community Party newspaper Global Times suggested the President Donald Trump was further sabotaging U.S.-China relations for the incoming Biden administration.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Wu described the current period of U.S.-Taiwan relations as the "best ever," while also reserving special praise for outgoing President Donald Trump on Tuesday.
Chinese Communist Party newspaper Global Times has been coy about its preferred presidential pick, but the state-run tabloid has never been shy about its criticism of the outgoing Secretary of State.
In separate statements, the DoD and Taiwan's defense ministry both denied reports of training exercises involving U.S. Marines, despite conflicting accounts.
At the virtual summit hosted by Russia on Tuesday, Narendra Modi also appeared to criticize Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan over a renewed border dispute in Kashmir.
A panel of experts hosted by a Taiwanese policy think tank agreed Monday that a Biden administration would continue to support the democratic island nation while attempting to cooperate with Beijing.
Taiwan's navy confirmed the military exchanges on Monday, marking the first time the presence of American troops on the island has been publicly acknowledged since 1979.
The incident in the Chinese province of Hunan happened when one man tried to separate tangled balloon strings with his cigarette lighter.
President Tsai Ing-wen insisted Thursday that her government maintained a close relationship with both Republican and Democratic parties, and that she was ready to work with either candidate.
Chinese Communist Party newspaper editor Hu Xijin indicated in a tweet Thursday that former Vice President Joe Biden would "normalize" relations between Beijing and Washington.
In an interview with a Hong Kong media outlet on Monday, the retired lieutenant general described Taiwan's arms deals with the United States as "playing with fire."
While Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen has been coy about her election favorite, her party members are showing a clear preference for a Trump re-election.
Hu Xijin, editor-in-chief of Chinese Communist Party newspaper "Global Times," suggested the U.S. election had created an ideal situation for Beijing.