Tag Archives: Taiwan

  • Protesters occupying Taiwan’s parliament issue ultimatum

    Protesters barricaded themselves inside Taiwan's parliament for a third straight day on Thursday, threatening "further action" if the government pushes ahead with its trade pact with China. ...

  • Taiwan Friends of Tibet calls on all nations to join rally

    Tibetans in Taiwan and supporters of Tibetan independence condemned China’s repression of Tibetans, while calling on people to join a march on Sunday. ...

  • Taiwan Tibet activist visits McLeod Ganj

    Taiwan Friends of Tibet Chairwoman, Meili Chow, said that China is the problem for both Taiwan and Tibet. "We consider China as our enemy", she said during an informal meeting with Tibetan journalists in McLeod Ganj. ...

  • Taiwan lawmakers scuffle over planned nuclear plant

    Taiwanese lawmakers hurled water and wrestled each other to the floor of the island's parliament on Friday in a brawl which broke out during a debate on the fate of a controversial nuclear plant. ...

  • Hundreds march in Taipei to mark 1959 Tibetan uprising

    Hundreds of activists and pro-Tibet groups in Taiwan marched in downtown Taipei Sunday to mark the 54th anniversary of the 1959 Tibetan uprising against China's invasion of Tibet. ...

  • Dalai Lama visa rejection draws more fire

    Taiwan's Former vice president Annette Lu and the Democratic Progressive Party yesterday lambasted President Ma Ying-jeou's government. ...

  • Taiwan rejects Dalai Lama visit

    Taiwan has decided to bar the Dalai Lama from entering the island, triggering an angry response from a women's organisation that had invited him to a meeting. ...

  • Tibetans protest propaganda exhibition in Taiwan

    Dozens of Tibetans and their supporters mounted a protest in Taipei, accusing Beijing of using an exhibition of Tibetan artefacts as propaganda. More than 130 Tibetan cultural relics from monasteries and museums, on loan from the mainland, have been on display at Taipei's National Palace Museum. ...