Latest One-China policy Stories
Text of report in English by official Chinese news agency Xinhua (New China News Agency) [Xinhua: "US To Blame for Damage of Bilateral Relations: Chinese FM"] BEIJING, Oct.
Text of report by official Chinese news agency Xinhua (New China News Agency) ["Foreign Ministry Spokesman Liu Jianchao Issues Statement on US Government Notifying Congress of Decision To Sell Weapons to Taiwan"] Beijing, 4 Oct (Xinhua) - Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao on 4 October issued a statement on the US Government notifying Congress its decision to sell weapons to Taiwan, saying the Chinese government and people resolutely oppose and condemn this US action that gravely harms...
Text of report by Hong Kong newspaper Ta Kung Pao website on 18 August; subheadings as received [Unattributed report: "Mainland ARATS President Chen Yunlin Is Scheduled To Visit Taiwan in November To Discuss Aviation Rights"] Through recent cross-Strait connections, it has been decided that Chen Yunlin, president of China's Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits [ARATS] will visit Taiwan in November.
By Richard Cowan WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday voted to lift some decades-old restrictions limiting contacts American government officials can have with Taiwan.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China has criticized a U.S. r
By Steve Holland and Tabassum Zakaria WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush welcomed Chinese President Hu Jintao with a 21-gun salute on Thursday and urged him to make trade concessions, improve human rights and exert more influence over North Korea.
By Lindsay Beck BEIJING (Reuters) - China said on Friday that Taiwan remained the most important issue in its relations with the United States, days before President Hu Jintao heads to Washington.
By Paul Eckert, Asia Correspondent WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Taiwan's main opposition leader and potential presidential front-runner vowed on Wednesday to uphold the status quo with China, rejecting both independence and early unification with the communist-ruled mainland.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's opposition lawmakers are divided over whether, or what, to buy from a package of advanced weaponry offered by Washington, dashing hopes for a resolution to end the deadlocked deal any time soon.
By Lindsay Beck BEIJING (Reuters) - Regional tensions. Diplomatic consequences. Security threats. Those were the fears when China's parliament passed a law last year authorising the use of force against Taiwan should the self-governing island move toward formal independence.
- A political dynamiter.