What happened after Saturday’s KMT victories? In Beijing, they say, Xi’s heart grew three sizes that day.
This Saturday, Taiwan will vote on no fewer than five referendums relating to gender equity and LGBTQ rights.
Is Taiwan attracting more and more loonies?
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Punishing sports people by denying them the chance to compete as part of a national political agenda is wrong.
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10/10 is a very KMT celebration.
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Premier William Lai wants Taiwan to make English its second official language. Will it actually help Taiwan’s language learners?
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China reportedly agreed to provide more than US$27 billion in financing for a port in El Salvador.
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China is engaged in an all-out mission to erase Taiwan’s presence from the international sphere.
There is only one thing in the world worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about, Oscar Wilde said.
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China’s “Orwellian nonsense” apparently knows no bounds.
And then there were 19.
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