"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.
Ambassador Lily Hsu told Newsweek that China does not want to work with the world to establish how the COVID-19 coronavirus spread worldwide.
Beijing wants Taipei to acknowledge Taiwan is part of China as a condition for participation in international institutions such as the World Health Organization and its annual assembly.
The pandemic is inflaming tensions between China and Taiwan and highlighting the United States' role in the decades-long conflict.
The U.S. has called for Taiwan to be invited to the coming World Health Assembly as an observer, a move that goes against Beijing's "One China" policy.
After the virus, let's not lose sight of Chinese geopolitical risks.
"As the most powerful military force in the world, with the highest level of combat readiness, the U.S. military's failure to contain the virus has been disappointing," Peking University Center for Maritime Strategy Studies director Hu Bo wrote.
A man who had returned from overseas and should have been self-isolating for 14 days was handed a heavy fine for venturing out. Taipei mayor Hou Yu-ih said "I will not be soft-handed."
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There are currently no specific treatments for the virus, which has killed almost 2,000 people.
The World Health Organization has declared 2019-nCoV, which has killed over 200 people, a public health emergency of international concern.
The virus is thought to have originated in a central Chinese city.
Stanley Kao—Taiwan's top diplomatic representative to the U.S.—told Newsweek that China's system of government would never be accepted by the Taiwanese people.
Tsai's victory is a clear and loud message to Beijing: the Taiwanese care more about freedom and democracy than anything else. Beijing will try and make them pay, in more ways than one.
The toxic mix of illicit financing and information warfare will continue to define elections—and that's a threat to the entire democratic world, not just Taiwan
Bipartisan U.S. officials ranging from Mike Pompeo to Ilhan Omar congratulated Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen on her dominant re-election victory Saturday.
After a week that feels like an entire year, take a moment to appreciate that the Treaty of Versailles, the World War I peace treaty, came into effect 100 years ago today.
Shen Yi-ming was among those killed when a military helicopter crashed close to the capital Taipei on Thursday.