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A Talk with President Tsai on the Fitness of Su Tseng-chang as Premier
Generally speaking, there are three yardsticks to measure whether or not a political appointee is fit for his position: one is his knowledge, second is his capability, and the third is his stature. It ...
2019/10/30 23
Watch Out for the Storm over the Tsai Gov’t’s Ferocious Anti-Fake News Moves
"Fake news" has recently become a hard spot in the heart of the Tsai government; like a fish bone in one’s throat, it has to be removed to be at ease. Since President Tsai declared that fake news was ...
2018/10/01 334
Textbook Guidelines Actually Depend on Historical Perspectives
On May 21, Education Minister Pan Wen-chung (潘文忠) held his first press conference and announced six important policies, including two policies related to the nation’s high school history textbook gui ...
2016/05/24 963
Xi to Tighten Taiwan Policy
In the three days following President Tsai ing-wen’s May 20 inaugural address, the Mainland has continually raised the stakes in the showdown on cross-Strait relations. In the first hour after Tsai’ ...
2016/05/23 725
Kao Koong-lian: Historical Fact of “1992 Talks” Actually a Breakdown
How President-elect Tsai Ing-wen will describe cross-Strait relations in her May 20 inaugural address is the focus of public attention and will be an important indicator for the future course of cross ...
2016/05/13 802
What Can CCP Write About History of War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression?
2015/08/04 812
Taiwan’s Economic Independence
2015/06/23 621
Rehabilitation of Chiang Kai-shek’s Reputation in the US
Recently in their books, China scholars (Zhongguo Tong,中國通), in the West have gradually changed their views about the Republic of China (ROC), particularly the ROC just before and just after WWII and ...
2014/12/19 806
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Must Be Included in China Dream
Mainland China hosted the 2014 APEC Meeting, fully displaying the grandeur of a great nation. Mainland China seems to be a bellwether in the Asia-Pacific region, as Mainland leader Xi Jinping’s call ...
2014/11/12 747
Exhibition of Historical Archives on the Southern Territories of the Republic of China A Chronology of Major Events
1907: A Japanese, named Nishizawa Yoshiji (西澤吉次), intruded into Dongsha Islands (Pratas Islands,東沙群島).  1909: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Qing Dynasty authorized Yuan Shuxun (袁樹勛), the vice ...
2014/09/09 987
Second Anniversary of East China Sea Peace Initiative
President Ma Ying-jeou proposed the East China Sea Peace Initiative on August 5, 2012. Although President Ma’s East China Sea Peace Initiative drew attention in Japan, other countries, including the ...
2014/08/05 751
Facing First Sino-Japanese War after 120 Years
Beijing plans to commemorate the 120th anniversary of the First Sino-Japanese War (a.k.a. the War of Jiawu, 甲午戰爭) on July 25th in cities throughout the Mainland.
2014/07/28 706
Both Sides Should Jointly Write History of War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression
This year marks the 77th anniversary of the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression. China was the first of the Allied Powers to fight against the expansionist aggressor, the Empire of Japan, i ...
2014/07/03 660
US Tries to Break Mainland’s Nine-Dash Line in South China Sea Through Taiwan
The situation in the South China Sea has become precarious since the beginning of this year. Jeffrey A. Bader, a former senior director for Asian affairs on the National Security Council in the Obama ...
2014/06/16 674
South China Sea Interests: Both Sides of the Strait Are One
The Interior Ministry of the Republic of China (ROC), in 1935, ordered the Committee on the Review of Hydrographic and Land Maps to chart every island of China in the South China Sea. The committee a ...
2014/06/04 706
Tsai Ing-wen Should Change Herself First
Former Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen won re-election as the leader of the opposition party, garnering 85,411 votes, 93.71% of party members casting ballots. Tsai is the f ...
2014/05/27 644
Three “ROCs” on Taiwan
Taiwan is a topsy-turvy place, and the root of the chaos is the struggle between the three Republic of Chinas. Even as the struggle intensifies, no one knows when the struggle will end.  The Republic ...
2014/05/19 710
Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster Attributed to Sheer Human Error (A Commentary)
An official investigation report into the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster by Japan’s Diet was formally released in 2012. Its conclusion clearly indicated that the accident was the result of human error alo ...
2014/05/15 653
US-Japan Mutual Security Treaty Has No Legal Authority to Cover Diaoyutai Islands
In an interview with the Yomiuri Shimbun before departing on a state visit to Japan, South Korea, Malaysia and the Philippines, US President Barack Obama said that the scope of the Treaty of Mutual Co ...
2014/05/02 617
Status of Ryukyu Islands and International Justice
For the first time, a US President stated that the scope of the Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between the United States and Japan extended to the Diaoyutai Islands. Public opinion in the ...
2014/05/02 694
Excerpts of Ambassador Stephen S. F. Chen’s Remarks International Conference on the 70th Anniversary of the Cairo Declaration
2013/12/04 734
Full Text of Dr. Lien Chan’s Speech at US-China Policy Foundation on Nov. 12, 2013
Dr. Lien Chan (連戰), Honorary Chairman of the Kuomintang Party (KMT), was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the US-China Policy Foundation (USCPF) in Washington D.C. on November 12 for his ...
2013/11/19 751
Cross-Strait Framework: The Big Roof Concept of China
2013/03/20 897
Japan's Dubious Claim to the Diaoyus
2012/05/07 829
The Five Scenarios
On November 13, the DPP criticized the Mainland for drawing up “five stealthy scenarios” in order to assist the KMT in winning the upcoming Presidential election. On the one hand, the KMT rebutted the ...
2011/11/16 836
Mudan Incident
On August 7, the Taipei-based China Times published four articles on major incidents which changed Taiwan’s fate, one of which, the Mudan Incident was the referred to in the West as the Taiwan Expedit ...
2011/08/10 903
Colors and Strategic Ambiguity
The Republic of China was founded on January 1, 1912. On October 10 this year, the nation will celebrate the centennial anniversary of the Chinese Revolution of 1911 that toppled the Manchu Dynasty. ...
2011/03/21 888
Set Aside Cross-Strait Enmity, Give Priority to Law and Reason (A Commentary)
The government of the Philippines has repatriated 14 Taiwanese fraud suspects to the Chinese Mainland. Our Ministry of Foreign Affairs immediately lodged a protest. The MAC is negotiating with its Mai ...
2011/02/10 829
Retired Ambassador Loh I-cheng: US and China, Friends or Foes?
China’s President Hu Jintao is scheduled to embark on a state visit to the United States from January 18-21, accompanied by his wife, and the media in both countries will undoubtedly cover the trip do ...
2011/01/18 761
“Respective Interpretations of the Constitution” Fuzzy and Unnecessary
Frank Hsieh recently proposed replacing the “1992 Consensus” and “One China, Different Interpretations” with the concepts of a “Consensus on Overlapping Interpretations of the Constitution,” and “Resp ...
2011/01/11 739

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