Mattis had arrived in Beijing to deliver what a pentagon official told Financial Times would be a “medium-tough” warning over China’s militarization of the South China Sea, but Xi clearly likes his steaks on the rarer, if not quite bloody, side.
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Captain Democracy Flies to Malaysia‘s Rescue
Mahathir Mohamad (馬哈地) was sworn in late yesterday night and became the oldest (92) world leader.
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Taiwan officially became an aged society last month according to the Ministry of the Interior and our government is trying hard to get people in the mood for love.
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An escalating trade war benefits threatens to undermine the stability of the global economy.
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U.S. President Donald Trump signed the Taiwan Travel Act (TTA) into law on March 16, 2018 – a carefully-worded agreement that opens the door for bilateral meetings between high-level officials from Taiwan and the US.
A senior US official, Alex Wong (黃之瀚), the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State in the East Asia and Pacific Affairs Bureau, visited Taiwan on Tuesday just after Taiwan Travel Act was signed by Trump.
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“I want to tell that even if you can become an ’emperor’ and have endless terms, is a democratic country,” Chen Wei-ting (陳為廷) said.
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All bets are off now China President Xi Jinping has no limit to his time in power.
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