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Published Work | Taiwan
Asia Media Centre (New Zealand)
Taiwan’s Covid-19 relief after recent cluster scare
Taiwan has been held up as a Covid-19 success story, much like New Zealand. Even a community cluster in 2021 proves how it can handle the pandemic.
Voice of America (VOA)
Myanmar Communities in Taiwan Protest Military Coup After ‘Deadliest Day’
Taiwan’s Myanmar community came out in force on Sunday to protest the continued crackdown in that country following the military coup on February 1. Gathered beside Taipei’s Liberty Square, demonstrators sat for hours singing songs, holding anti-coup posters and waving the flag of Myanmar. Even you…
Taiwan Train Crash Leaves Dozens Dead
Bodies are badly damaged and hard to identify, witnesses say
Taiwan Pilots, Cabin Crews Bemoan Stringent COVID Restrictions
Although many places have moved on, adapting to life with COVID-19, Taiwan has kept some pandemic measures in place
Taiwan Shoots Down Unidentified Drone by China Coastline
Analysts play down incident that happened after Taiwan fired warning shots toward a Chinese drone on Tuesday
Taiwan Broadcaster Aims to Fill Gaps in Coverage
Newcomer TaiwanPlus goes beyond traditional coverage of China to give audiences a fuller picture of life in Taiwan
In the wake of COVID-19, reporting on Asia isn’t what it used to be
Amid rising authoritarianism in Hong Kong and elsewhere, correspondents seek next regional hub
Xi’s military drill backfires as Taiwan support soars to record high: ‘Rallying behind’
China’s angry response to a U.S leader’s visit to Taiwan is creating a bad image for Beijing and is already uniting people on the island, analysts say.
Living under the shadow of China’s threats - on the ground in Taiwan
THE threat of a full-scale invasion from China may be constant, but the freedom-loving people of Taiwan have mostly learned to live with it.
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