Haiti president, Jovenel Moïse, was killed in an attack on his own residence on the 7th of July according to the country’s acting Prime Minister, who has declared a state of seige in the country.Read More
The cash stimulus payments issued by many governments during the Covid-19 pandemic have given new life to calls for a universal basic income (UBI) — unconditional, sustained cash payments.Read More
Welcome to Taiwan, we’ve all heard that it’s a food paradise. But first if you want to get through the immigration, here it comes…
Taiwan unveils new design for the nation’s passport highlighting the english word ”Taiwan”, but wait, where is Republic of China?Read More
WHO (World Health Organization) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said in a press conference that he had been subjected to racist comments and death threats for months and that these attacks came from Taiwan.
Taiwan lost another ally in one week as Kiribati cut ties after Solomon Islands. This leaves Taiwan with four allies in the Pacific region, Nauru, Marshall Islands, Palau and Tuvalu.
The Solomon Islands’ government has voted to sever its longstanding ties with Taiwan and take up diplomatic relations with Beijing, which leaves Taiwan with 16 allies left.
Taiwan’s president Tsai accused China of engaging in “dollar diplomacy” in the region in order to undermine Taiwan.
Chair of the Foreign Relations Committee Hon. Peter Kenilorea Jr (FRC) says, “I am concerned because we are not marching to our own beat on this matter. We are in fact marching to China’s beat. We are being dictated by China already – even before we switch.”
It sure will maintain as a trending topic in Taiwan till 2020 January – who are you voting for?
The populist mayor, Han Kou-yu, was picked to run against President Tsai Ing-wen. Han, the mayor of southern Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung, beats Terry Kou, Taiwan’s richest man, the founder of the world’s largest iPhone assembler Foxconn in the KMT primary.
Last month, there was a rally against pro-China Taiwanese media held in Taipei. People called on the government to take action against pro-Beijing media in Taiwan.
The rally intends to influence the country’s legislature to introduce and pass relevant bills. The co-host of the rally, the New Power Party legislator, Huang Kuo-chang (黃國昌), also called on the National Communications Commission (NCC) to take effective action.
Read more about ”The Cans and the Cannots of the NCC”: In the Era of ‘Red Infiltration by CommonWealth Mag
and Red Media and CCP’s Influence Operations: How Taiwanese Media Became Beijing’s Proxy by Milo Hsieh