Sky Angkor Airlines to have charter flights from the Kingdom to Taiwan.
China to place sanctions on US companies involved in planned military sale to Taiwan.
An unprecedented 17-day strike at Taiwan’s largest private airline ends.
African Swine Fever fears after outbreaks in Cambodia and other countries prompts fines.
PM supports for the One China Policy and opposition against independent Taiwan.
A Taiwanese man was jailed for 30 years today for trafficking nearly four kilograms of methamphetamine in Phnom Penh.
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen took a dig at China’s lack of freedom.
Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday concluded his state visit to China and the government issued a joint communique reaffirming Cambodia’s opposition to Taiwan’s independence.
Multinational business leaders are less confident about Taiwan’s economic outlook.
With the world heading towards a multipolar future, the Taiwanese government is broadening its overseas relationships with its New Southbound Policy that eyes trade links with Southeast Asia, South Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
Chinese state media heaped pressure on Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen.
Alicia Khiem completes her bid at the 3rd Asian Equestrian Federation 2018.
The Taiwanese train driver tells the court he had switched off its speed-control system.
I was in Taiwan three years ago. I travelled around the streets of Taipei, taking a peek at every corner, every store, every human being I passed by. I saw how the day started and how it ended in the modern metropolis.
18 people are killed after a train flipped over on a popular coastal tourist route.
Due to countless requests from fans, the most colourful show in town is back.
Relations between Taiwan and China have been tense in recent years as Beijing increasingly tries to isolate Taipei globally.
The free show of Viva La Colours 2, NagaWorld’s brand new production, has arrived at NABA Theatre @ Naga2!
Empty hotel rooms, idle tour boats and shuttered travel agencies reveal widening fissures in the tiny Pacific nation of Palau, which is caught in an escalating diplomatic tug-of-war between China and Taiwan.
A fire at a hospital in Taiwan kills 9 and injures 15 and an investigation has been launched into the cause of the blaze.
Protesters threw egg shells filled with red paint at one of Taiwan’s best-known landmarks.
Two US warships- Mustin and Benfold – pass through the Taiwan Strait.
Taiwan’s leader Tsai Ing-wen calls on the international community to “constrain China” and “minimise the expansion of their [China’s] hegemonic influence”.
When aboriginal tribesman Yuming A-von got his first taste of Taiwan’s ancient archery tradition he was dismayed to see indigenous people using bows and arrows from other cultures.
Is the US tilting toward a containment strategy against China? On the one hand, the US seems to be more motivated and active in containing China.
China’s Foreign Ministry lodges stern representations with the US.
According to Western media, the US is considering sending a warship through the Taiwan Straits. If true, that means Washington is ready to pile more pressure on China.
A court in Taiwan sentences former president Ma Ying-jeou to four months jail.
US criticizes the Civil Aviation Administration of China’s demand that foreign airlines remove references on their websites or in other material suggesting Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao as “countries”.
China blocks Taiwan’s participation in an annual UN health meeting.