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Why has Pelosi's surprise trip to Taiwan attracted so much attention?
US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi left Taiwan on Wednesday in the wake of heightened tensions with China. Beijing claims ownership of the self-ruled island and has responded with multiple military drills in zones surrounding Taiwan in retaliation.
China begins 'unprecedented' military drills around Taiwan
Chinese state media has framed the military exercises around self-ruled island as war plan rehearsal, as Taiwan claims China wants to change the regional status quo.
Xi, Biden exchange warnings as Taiwan visit plans spark tensions
The latest tensions between the world's two largest economies escalated around the US House speaker's plans to visit Taiwan, which the ruling Communist Party says has no right to conduct foreign relations.
Inspired by Ukraine, civilians study urban warfare in Taiwan
Yeh actually works in marketing, and his weapon is a replica -- but he is spending the weekend attending an urban warfare workshop, to prepare for what he sees as the very real threat of a Chinese invasion.
Protest in Taipei marks Tiananmen anniversary
Over 500 people gathered in Taipei City to commemorate the 33rd anniversary of the deadly Tiananmen Square crackdown.
Taiwan high-tech showcase Computex opens in Taipei
One of Asia's largest computer trade shows, Computex, kicks off in Taiwan's capital city Taipei after a 3-year hiatus due to COVID-19, as the island looks to solidify its position in the high tech industry.
Taiwan man invents stroller for fish to 'explore other worlds'
Jerry Huang's aquatic pets rarely feel like two lost souls swimming in a fishbowl because they get to go for regular strolls. In the Taiwanese city of Taichung, Huang can be seen pushing his latest invention: a goldfish bowl on wheels.
US would intervene with military to defend Taiwan, says Biden
Biden’s comments were among the most forceful US presidential statements in support of self-governing in recent decades. He added that the burden to protect Taiwan is "even stronger' following Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Star Wars fans in Taiwan mark 'May the 4th' in costumes
Taiwanese Star Wars fans dressed in their favourite characters walk the streets of downtown Taipei to celebrate 'May the 4th'
Taiwanese musicians show solidarity with Ukraine in protest concert
Similar musical performances have been taking place all across the globe.
Taiwan musicians protest Ukraine invasion
Taiwanese musicians and singers perform in front of the Russian representative office building in downtown Taipei to protest against the Russian invasion and to show solidarity with the Ukrainian people.
For Taiwan, Russia's invasion of Ukraine feels far away
As Russia presses ahead with its attack on Ukraine, many analysts and internet users have drawn comparisons to Taiwan, another place that could face an invasion by its larger neighbour -- China.
Lantern festival lights up the night sky in New Taipei City
The Lantern Festival ends the 15-day celebration of Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, and is celebrated on the night of the first full moon of the lunar New Year.
China suspends beef imports from Lithuania amid dispute over Taiwan
The EU has launched a case against Beijing for "discriminatory" trade practices.
Crowds at the 10th Taiwan Comics and Animation Festival
Taiwanese comics fans flocked to the opening of the Taipei Comics and Animation Festival.
Brussels wants to plough billions into making more microchips in EU
"Securing the supply in the most advanced chips has become an economic and geopolitical priority," said Thierry Breton, EU Commissioner for the internal market.
Taiwan is making new friends in Europe. China isn't happy about it.
Lithuania and the Czech Republic have both begun to normalise relations with Taiwan. But Beijing is hitting back.
Why is the EU taking China to the WTO over its Lithuania dispute?
Brussels says it went to the World Trade Organization after failing to settle the dispute with China.
EU launches WTO case against China over Lithuania trade practices
Brussels is bringing a case against China before the World Trade Organization over restrictions on goods coming from Lithuania, the European Commission said.
Tiger sculptures and totem poles decorate the streets of Taiwan
Tiger sculptures and totems decorate the streets of Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, ahead of the Year of the Tiger on 1 February.
Brussels backs Lithuania in row with China over Taiwan
Vilnius and Brussels have said Beijing has stopped clearing customs for products from Lithuania.
Taiwan gay couple confirm court adoption ruling with legal documents
A married gay couple in Taiwan arrives at a district office to apply for legal documents that officially show the men as parents of their child, after a local court allowed one partner to adopt his spouse's non-biological infant.
Taiwan pledges to invest €178m in Lithuania amid Chinese pressure
Lithuania angered Beijing by letting Taiwan's office in Vilnius bear the name Taiwan instead of Chinese Taipei.
Taiwan representative office was 'mistake', says Lithuanian president
The move prompted China to restrict diplomatic contacts with Lithuania and stop issuing visas.
Nicaragua cuts diplomatic ties with Taiwan to recognise 'one China'
Daniel Ortega, who was elected back to power in Nicaragua in 2007, had maintained ties with Taipei until now.
China 'blocking EU imports with Lithuanian components' over Taiwan row
Beijing has denied the claim.