Taiwan

Global Nation Education

I am from Hong Kong, not China

Frances Hui, a student in Emerson College from Hong Kong, is proud of her city's tradition of democratic rule and independent spirit. She penned a column for her college newspaper talking about her identity and received backlash from fellow students.

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Weapons to Taiwan

Caitlin Harrington, a reporter for Jane's Defense Weekly, talks about the Defense Department accidentally sending parts for an intercontinental ballistic missile to Taiwan.

Conflict & Justice

Weapons to Taiwan

Caitlin Harrington, a reporter for Jane's Defense Weekly, talks about the Defense Department accidentally sending parts for an intercontinental ballistic missile to Taiwan.

The end of the plastic bag?

The plastic shopping bag is a major shopping convenience, but it's also a major environmental blight, and some countries, like Australia and China, plan to phase out the use of the bags completely

Global Politics

China looms over Taiwan vote

The World's Mary Kay Magistad has the latest on the run-up to tomorrow's presidential election in Taiwan, where concerns about relations with China loom large as Taiwanese voters prepare to go to the polls.

Global Politics

Tibet dilemma for Taiwan

The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports that the Chinese crackdown on Tibet -- and calls for an Olympic boycott over China's human rights record -- pose a dilemma for Taiwan's president-elect: that is, get closer to China

Global Politics

Taiwan's view of US election

The World's Mary Kay Magistad reports on how people in Taiwan view the U.S. presidential election, as many Taiwanese base their judgment on the current candidates on how past Republican or Democratic presidents have dealt with Taiwan.

Environment

Taiwanese butterfly migration

Caroline Gluck reports that authorities in Taiwan have stepped up efforts to protect millions of Purple Crow butterflies as they make their annual migration from southern to northern Taiwan.