The train from Taipei came off the rails after apparently hitting a truck that had slid off a road from a nearby construction site
The recent Chinese transgressions along the Line of Actual Control have forced India to rethink its position on Taiwan, which China claims to part of its territory
Czech Senate president Milos Vystrcil meets Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen; 'line crossed', warns Beijing
China claims Taiwan as its territory and strongly objects to any official contact between other countries and the self-governing island
US joins Taiwan as island nation observes battle anniversary with China: A timeline of roller coaster relations between Beijing and Taipei
Economic relations continue to thrive with China being Taiwan’s top trading partner, having seen trade totalling $226 billion in 2018
Taiwan president rejects China's 'one country, two systems' offer, says such an arrangement set Hong Kong ‘on edge of disorder’
President Tsai Ing-wen also vowed in a National Day speech to defend Taiwan’s sovereignty
China holds air, naval drills along southeast coast following $2.2 billion arms deal between US, Taiwan
China’s military recently carried out air and naval drills along its southeast coast, the Defence Ministry said on Sunday, following the latest arms sales from the United States to self-ruled Taiwan, which China claims as a renegade province
China demands US should 'immediately cancel' sale of arms worth $2.2 billion to Taiwan, lodges complaint through diplomatic channels
China demanded on Tuesday that the United States "immediately cancel" a potential sale of $2.2 billion in arms to self-ruled Taiwan.
China-friendly mayor of Taiwan's Kaohsiung city, Han Kuo-yu, to contest country's upcoming presidential election against Terry Gou
Han Kuo-yu, who seized the mayoralty of southern Kaohsiung city, in Taiwan, from the ruling party in a shock victory last year, was among the five candidates announced on Monday by the Opposition Kuomintang (KMT) party for its primary election
China not only did not plan to repent for the Tiananmen Square crackdown, but it also continues to cover up the truth, Taiwan's president Tsai Ing-wen said in a Facebook post.
Taiwan president appoints Su Tseng-chang as premier after Cabinet reshuffle over ruling DPP's performance in local polls
Su, 71, was a human rights lawyer and co-founder of the DPP during the former martial law era under the Nationalists, who shifted their government from China to Taiwan after defeat by the communists on the mainland in 1949.
Taiwan president Tsai Ing-wen calls for international support to defend democracy amid renewed threats from China
Tsai’s comments came days after Chinese president Xi Jinping said nobody could change the fact that Taiwan was part of China, and that people on both sides of the Taiwan Strait should seek "reunification."
Taiwan's reunification with China 'inevitable', warns Xi Jinping; claims Beijing won't give up use of military force
Xi's comments provoked a swift rebuke from Taipei, where President Tsai Ing-wen said Taiwan's people would never willingly give up the kind of democratic freedoms unseen on the mainland.
At China's Golden Horse Awards a winner expressed hope for Taiwan's independence causing a row over the island state's political status.
US says it will continue military sales to Taiwan as China reiterates its opposition to weapons deals
Brent Christensen said Washington would continue military sales to Taiwan while promoting its participation in international community that Beijing increasingly seeks to restrict.
17 dead, 132 injured in Taiwan after train derails on coastal route; authorities yet to ascertain cause of accident
The Taiwan Railways Administration have not confirmed if any passengers remain trapped alive inside the train.
Taiwan says 'arrogant' China responsible for Interpol rejecting Taipei's request to attend general assembly
Taiwan officials described China's behaviour towards Taipei as "arrogant and high handed." Taiwan first requested to attend the meeting in 2016, when it was also denied. It did not apply in 2017 because the annual meeting was held in Beijing.
US accuses China of 'destabilising' cross-Strait ties after El Salvador announces end to diplomatic ties with Taiwan
The White House said that China's decision affects not just El Salvador, but also the economic health and security of the entire Americas region.
Taiwan marks 60th anniversary of deadly Chinese artillery attack; President Tsai Ing-wen vows not to bow down to Beijing
Taiwan's president Tsai Ing-wen vowed to not bow down to Beijing as the country marked the 60th anniversary of the deadly Chinese artillery attack
Taiwan president gives speech in US after 15 years, vows to promote regional stability 'under principle of democracy'
In response, China's Taiwan Affairs Office reiterated its opposition to any attempt to promote Taiwan's independence when asked to comment on Tsai's travels
Taiwan passes controversial bill cutting veterans' pension; President Tsai Ing-wen says reform will help avoid bankruptcy by 2020
Taiwan passes a bill cutting military veterans and civil servants pension. President Tsai Ing-wen, in spite of facing criticism in the last two years over pension reform, said that an unreformed system could be bankrupt by 2020.