China's foreign ministry on Sunday again rejected President-elect Donald Trump's suggestion that he might use American policy on Taiwan as a bargaining chip between the two sides.
Two US spy aircraft were dispatched last week to closely follow a fleet of at least 10 Chinese warplanes as they flew close to Taiwan’s airspace, a Taiwanese official has revealed.
Almost a hundred thousand people have flocked to the streets of Taiwan’s capital in protest at the introduction of a bill that would legalize same-sex marriage in the island country.
China and Russia will commence eight-day naval drills in the disputed South China Sea on Monday, Beijing has announced.
A landslide buried a tour bus carrying 23 Taiwan tourists in east China's Fujian Province on Saturday morning, leaving one woman dead and the other 22 injured.
A powerful typhoon slammed into Taiwan's eastern coast on Friday, bringing ferocious winds and torrential rains to the area, killing one person and injuring 66 others.
Twenty-five passengers were injured after an explosion hit a commuter train in Taipei on Thursday night, said the city’s fire department early Friday.
US naval officials say American warships have sailed close to Chinese-controlled islands in the disputed South China Sea in recent weeks, patrols likely to fuel tensions between Washington and Beijing.
A prominent Chinese daily run by the state says Beijing should be ready for potential “military confrontation” in the South China Sea as an international court is due to decide in a case over a territorial row between the Philippines and China next week.
Taiwan has announced that it plans to carry out the first test of its latest missile system in the US amid tensions with China.