The radio correspondence was recorded on Tuesday as four Chinese warplanes entered Taiwan's air defensive identification zone—the fourth day in April Taipei has reported similar activities.
Lawmakers in Taipei were told that Taiwanese maritime forces would shoot down Chinese drones if the military hardware crossed into the territorial airspace of its South China Sea islands.
Dramatic surveillance footage shows 30-year-old Lu Jingwei, from southwest China, sprinting into the middle of a road to stop the stroller and the helpless child.
Ma Chen-kun, a China military affairs analyst based in Taipei, likened the region to the Balkans before the outbreak of the First World War.
Feng Lulu, who says she had no recollection of her biological parents, was told since childhood that she had been sold because her family could not afford to raise her.
A spokesperson for the Chinese navy said similar exercises would occur on a "regular basis," while Taiwan's defense ministry said it had a handle on all developments in the skies and seas around the island.
There have been 143 cases of physical assault on the Shanghai Metro, resulting in 121 arrests since the start of the year, local police announced on Thursday.
The island's intelligence bureau says pressure on Taipei will increase around the Chinese Communist Party's centennial this summer and Xi's likely re-election next year.
Taiwan's coast guard has predicted more maritime PLA activity as relations between Taipei and Washington continue to warm.
Local government departments are blacklisting unvaccinated residents and universities have linked inoculation to student work assessments, reports said.
NASA's Send Your Name to Mars project has attracted more than 18 million participants, including 4 million from China, where local reports say some are boycotting.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and President Joe Biden will reportedly list stability in the Taiwan Strait among the key areas of mutual concern when they meet in Washington next month.
Analysts in Beijing and Taipei said the Chinese military's pincer movement around Taiwan on Monday was the PLA's way of showing it could isolate the island in the event of a conflict.
The audio clip, reportedly of an exchange between military pilots from Taiwan and China, is said to have taken place on Monday as 10 People's Liberation Army warplanes flew around Taiwan.
Tan Xianbin, who works as a mover, told Newsweek that he never found the driver who boxed his motor trike in last Thursday.
The People's Liberation Army sent at least 11 warplanes into the skies around Taiwan on Monday, with Taipei logging 10 aircraft and Tokyo reporting two—one of which performed maneuvers off Taiwan's east coast.
Representatives of the two governments are scheduled to sign a document on Friday signaling their intent to cooperate further on maritime security in the face of China's growing gray-zone activities.
The Chinese Communist Party and its media outlets are conducting a coordinated campaign at home and abroad to dispel allegations of forced labor in Xinjiang.
Chinese government spokesperson Hua Chunying shared a photograph showing a family on a Mississippi cotton farm in 1908 alongside an image of smiling cotton pickers in Xinjiang, taken in 2015.
Chinese celebrities have cut ties with Nike and H&M, while state media outlets are leading calls for other U.S. and European brands to be boycotted over their statements on Xinjiang cotton.
Li Bo, who claims to have opened the country's first sex doll hotel in 2018, said authorities in southern China have yet to give him a reason for closing his businesses.
The maintenance worker from China's central Hunan province was unharmed following the freak accident on Sunday, a witness said.
There will be no military parade to mark the Communist Party's 100th anniversary, but Chairman Xi Jinping will deliver a speech, a senior information officer said a press conference on Tuesday,
Admiral John Aquilino, Biden's choice to lead U.S. forces in the Indo-Pacific, told senators on Tuesday that combined allied forces in the Western Pacific would deter a Chinese attack against Taiwan.
Members of the fire department in southwest China were dispatched to assist emergency room doctors following the horrific accident on Monday.
China's sanction list of 10 people and four entities includes European Union members of parliament, politicians as well as scholars and think tanks.
The U.S. Air Force reconnaissance aircraft reportedly made the run on China's southwestern coastline on Monday morning, but the precision of the flight data measurement is unclear.
Cheng Keke and Zhang Li, both from Henan province in central China, share the same birthday, blood type and birthmark.
Chiu Kuo-cheng, Taiwan's newly appointed defense minister, stressed the difference between China's capability to launch an attack and its ability to occupy the island nation of 23.5 people.
China has involved itself in all of Asia's biggest flashpoints because of Xi Jinping's strongman approach to his upcoming party leadership challenge next year, a Taiwanese lawmaker has told Newsweek.