What Happens After China Invades Taiwan?

Let’s assume, hypothetically, that the People’s Republic of China (PRC) successfully conquers Taiwan. Most analyses of an attempted invasion consider only if the PRC could successfully subdue Taiwan. The consequences of an attempted invasion –even a ... ( read original story ...)

Taipei ‘foiled in bid to open back channel to Beijing’

Taiwan’s independence-leaning government under President Tsai Ing-wen has tried to open “back door” communications channels with Beijing since formal ties were severed last year, but the efforts have proved fruitless, according to a former premier of ... ( read original story ...)

Foreign investors net buyers in Taiwan stocks March 23

TAIPEI, March 23 (Reuters) - The table below shows the daily net trading in Taiwan stocks by major categories of institutional investors. Figures in the total column, include net trading by investment trusts, brokers and foreign investors, in millions of ... ( read original story ...)

Indonesia Short on Funds to Restart Stalled Rail Projects

The source of the cash crunch for that project: money that was to have come ... Another “Tram-Train” Line Announced for Taipei Region The China Post reports that the northern port city of Keelung, Taiwan, located about 13 miles northeast of the capital ... ( read original story ...)

HTC : VR-minded HTC to sell its smartphone plant in Shanghai

Taiwan-based smartphone company HTC Corp announced that it will sell its land and plant in Shanghai for 630 million yuan ($91 million; 84 million euros; 73 million), in a strategic move to fund expansion of its fledgling virtual reality business. ( read original story ...)

Taiwan top court hears landmark gay marriage case

The case has been brought by a gay activist as well as municipal authorities from the capital, Taipei. Taiwan's parliament has also been debating whether to pass laws that would allow same-sex marriage. The movement has split society and prompted a ... ( read original story ...)

VR-minded HTC to sell its smartphone plant in Shanghai

Taiwan-based smartphone company HTC Corp announced that it will sell its land and plant in Shanghai for 630 million yuan ($91 million; 84 million euros; 73 million), in a strategic move to fund expansion of its fledgling virtual reality business. ( read original story ...)

Taiwan court hears landmark gay marriage case

Taiwan's constitutional court heard a landmark case Friday that could make the island the first place in Asia to allow same-sex marriage. A panel of 14 grand justices heard a debate over a disputed law that critics say is unconstitutional because it ... ( read original story ...)