"If they play around, if they want to play the game, they've got some big problems," President Donald Trump warned.
Chinese jets crossed the midpoint of the Taiwan Strait this weekend while troops conducted combat drills nearby.
The renowned worldwide food ratings guide praised octogenarian Wu Huang-yi's steamed pork belly buns for their intriguing sweet and salty mix.
Author, commentator and Newsweek columnist Gordon G. Chang debates NYU School of Law professor and Council on Foreign Relations adjunct senior fellow Jerome Cohen.
The quandary of Taiwan, a pivotal issue for U.S.-China relations, calls for caution and nuance, not recklessness.
The 3-year-old girl soared over a crowd gathered for Sunday's Hsinchu City International Kite Festival in northwestern Taiwan.
Chinese forces are holding a series of drills to the north and south of Taiwan this week, amid heightened tensions with the U.S.
Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said Wednesday that Beijing opposes any official ties between the U.S. and Taiwan.
The health secretary is visiting Taiwan this week, and praised the island democracy for its success in containing COVID-19 while criticizing China for its perceived failings.
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar's visit to Taiwan over the weekend prompted scorn from the Chinese Communist Party, but the Trump administration official shot back, saying Beijing is still witholding the origin of COVID-19 from the world.
This week, mainland China sent amphibious armored vehicles to the South China Sea as Taiwan deployed troops to reinforce the Pratas Islands.
The Senkaku islands are little more than a string of large rocks—but they could provoke history's next great conflict.
The survey showed close results with more Hong Kong residents saying they'd prefer Trump, and those in Taiwan slightly preferring Biden.
Nearly half of those surveyed in an exclusive Newsweek poll anticipate conflict with China over the next decade, but respondents were split as to whether their own government or that of the mainland was more at fault.
The Chinese military said it is "strongly dissatisfied" and "resolutely against" U.S. criticism of its activities in the South China Sea, and the People's Liberation Army trained for air defense near flashpoints by Taiwan and India.
"The U.S.' frequent playing of the so-called Taiwan card in an attempt to harm China's national sovereignty and territorial integrity in the 'sausage-slicing' approach is a sheer pipe dream," a Chinese military spokesperson warned.
Beijing and Taipei both claim a small, uninhabited stretch of East China Sea islands controlled by Japan.
President Trump has made clear that the United States will not turn a blind eye to the Chinese Communist Party.
A U.S. military transport plane flew over the contested island on Tuesday, prompting protests from Beijing—which does not consider Taiwan an independent country.
Chinese General Li Zuocheng said the military will "take all necessary steps to resolutely smash any separatist plots or actions."
Taiwan is set to receive $180 million worth of advanced torpedoes in a new arms deal, prompting angry protests from Beijing.
China said the U.S. "seriously" violates the one-China policy after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called the Taiwan president's leadership "an inspiration to the region and the world."
The WHO has a 'goodwill ambassador' who is in Beijing's pocket. That must end.