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A number of Democratic and Republican lawmakers on Wednesday stated they met with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen final week throughout her stopover in New York Metropolis. The lawmakers confirmed the conferences hours earlier than Tsai is ready to satisfy with Home Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.).

Home Minority Chief Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) stated he and Tsai met whereas she was in New York on Friday, the primary of two U.S. stops she had scheduled to bookend a visit to Central American nations that preserve formal diplomatic ties with Taiwan.

We had a really productive dialog in regards to the mutual safety and financial pursuits between America and Taiwan,” Jeffries stated in a press release Wednesday morning. “We additionally mentioned our shared dedication to democracy and freedom.”

Tsai additionally met with a bipartisan group of senators — together with Sens. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), Mark Kelly (D-Ariz.) and Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) — whereas in New York on Friday, Ernst’s workplace confirmed Wednesday.

In a joint information launch, the senators stated they mentioned their assist for Taiwan, in addition to the significance of deterring Beijing from invading the self-governing democracy. The Chinese language Communist Get together has by no means dominated Taiwan, however considers it to be a part of China, to be taken by drive if essential.

“I’m glad a bipartisan group of senators — two veterans and an energetic member of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves — had the chance to indicate our assist for Taiwan throughout a gathering with President Tsai final week,” Sullivan stated. “It’s necessary when a pacesetter of this necessary island democracy travels to america that dictators in Beijing will not be allowed to dictate who People can meet with, particularly on American soil.”

Later Wednesday, Tsai is scheduled to satisfy with McCarthy on the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif., earlier than returning to Taiwan. A consultant for the Taipei Financial and Cultural Consultant Workplace didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark Wednesday.

Each the White Home and Taipei have emphasised {that a} Taiwanese chief making such stops within the U.S. will not be new. For instance, Tsai met with Sen. Ted Cruz (R) and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) in Houston en path to Central America in 2017. Nonetheless, Beijing has threatened unspecified retaliation if Tsai meets with McCarthy, claiming it will cross a “purple line.”

Tsai’s assembly with McCarthy will mark the end result of an eight-year effort to boost Taiwan’s worldwide profile and strengthen relationships with nations that share democratic values with Taipei, even when they don’t have a proper diplomatic ties. Central to that technique has been normalizing high-level exchanges with america.

In a speech to the Hudson Institute final week, Tsai underscored that Taiwan’s exclusion from the worldwide group “can’t be continued.”

“Taiwan wants the assist of different democratic nations to help us in taking part in worldwide organizations,” she stated.

On Monday, Tsai informed the Nationwide Meeting of Belize, one of the 13 states to nonetheless formally acknowledge Taiwan, that “some nations attempt to destroy our friendship, however we’re nonetheless certain collectively primarily based on shared values.”

McCarthy’s meeting with Taiwan’s president puts U.S. on alert

China has accused Tsai and her Democratic Progressive Get together of covertly supporting Taiwan’s formal independence and intensified navy threats, repeatedly flying giant numbers of fighter jets near Taiwanese airspace and sending warships throughout what had for many years been a casual boundary down the center of the Taiwan Strait.

China responded to the Taiwan visit by then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) in August with its biggest show of navy may for the reason that Third Taiwan Strait Disaster within the Nineteen Nineties. In what Taipei referred to as blockade simulation, it despatched warships to drill throughout Taiwan and fired missiles excessive over the principle island and into Japanese waters.

In current days, Chinese language consultants warned of an analogous navy show ought to Tsai meet with McCarthy. Hu Xijin, former editor of the state-run World Instances, dismissed the concept that assembly in California can be much less provocative, saying that China “should not decrease our posture.”

However Taiwan, too, doesn’t wish to give floor when China is doing “all the pieces inside their energy to proceed to strangle Taiwan’s worldwide house, inclusive of Taiwan’s relations with america,” stated Vincent Chao, a former Washington D.C.-based Taiwanese diplomat. “It is necessary to indicate that, like China, Taiwan and america have purple traces as properly,” which included not backtracking on high-level conferences that occurred earlier than, he stated.

Regardless of China’s nationalist rhetoric, all sides seems to be taking steps to keep away from critical fallout, in keeping with Su Tzu-yun, a navy analyst on the government-funded Institute for Nationwide Protection and Safety Analysis in Taiwan.

Su cited an announcement of a particular operation within the Taiwan Strait from the Maritime Security Administration of Fujian province, which can point out Beijing is trying to sign resolve with out resorting to navy workout routines. “They aren’t sending the PLA however the coast guard to each underscore sovereignty and likewise keep away from navy escalation,” he stated.

U.S. says Taiwan president is just passing through. China’s not amused.

A dramatic present of power by China might backfire. Beijing is hoping that the Nationalist Get together, or Kuomintang, which favors nearer cross-strait commerce and exchanges, wins Taiwan’s presidential election subsequent yr. Contemporary aggression from Beijing might create assist for the DPP’s technique of resisting China and deal a blow to the opposition’s marketing campaign to alleviate tensions by talks with Beijing.

These competing narratives have been captured in a visit by Taiwan’s former president Ma Ying-jeou to China as Tsai was within the Americas. The retired Kuomintang politician, ostensibly on a private journey to go to the house of his ancestors, sparked controversy when he stated that Taiwan was a part of “one China” — a place that’s more and more unpopular in Taiwan.

Talking at Hunan College, Ma cited revisions to the structure of the Republic of China, Taiwan’s official title, to assert that Taipei’s official place is that the “mainland” and Taiwan are separate zones inside a single nation. He additionally famous that the Individuals’s Republic of China makes an analogous declare about Taiwan being a sacred a part of Chinese language territory.

Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council, the federal government physique answerable for managing relations with Beijing, rebuked Ma for “belittling” Taiwan and ignoring the truth that Taiwan has by no means been a part of the Individuals’s Republic of China.

Vic Chiang in Taipei, Taiwan, contributed to this report.

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A number of Democratic and Republican lawmakers on Wednesday stated they met with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen final week throughout her stopover in New York Metropolis. The lawmakers confirmed the conferences hours earlier than Tsai is ready to satisfy with Home Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.).

Home Minority Chief Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) stated he and Tsai met whereas she was in New York on Friday, the primary of two U.S. stops she had scheduled to bookend a visit to Central American nations that preserve formal diplomatic ties with Taiwan.

We had a really productive dialog in regards to the mutual safety and financial pursuits between America and Taiwan,” Jeffries stated in a press release Wednesday morning. “We additionally mentioned our shared dedication to democracy and freedom.”

Tsai additionally met with a bipartisan group of senators — together with Sens. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), Mark Kelly (D-Ariz.) and Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) — whereas in New York on Friday, Ernst’s workplace confirmed Wednesday.

In a joint information launch, the senators stated they mentioned their assist for Taiwan, in addition to the significance of deterring Beijing from invading the self-governing democracy. The Chinese language Communist Get together has by no means dominated Taiwan, however considers it to be a part of China, to be taken by drive if essential.

“I’m glad a bipartisan group of senators — two veterans and an energetic member of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves — had the chance to indicate our assist for Taiwan throughout a gathering with President Tsai final week,” Sullivan stated. “It’s necessary when a pacesetter of this necessary island democracy travels to america that dictators in Beijing will not be allowed to dictate who People can meet with, particularly on American soil.”

Later Wednesday, Tsai is scheduled to satisfy with McCarthy on the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif., earlier than returning to Taiwan. A consultant for the Taipei Financial and Cultural Consultant Workplace didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark Wednesday.

Each the White Home and Taipei have emphasised {that a} Taiwanese chief making such stops within the U.S. will not be new. For instance, Tsai met with Sen. Ted Cruz (R) and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) in Houston en path to Central America in 2017. Nonetheless, Beijing has threatened unspecified retaliation if Tsai meets with McCarthy, claiming it will cross a “purple line.”

Tsai’s assembly with McCarthy will mark the end result of an eight-year effort to boost Taiwan’s worldwide profile and strengthen relationships with nations that share democratic values with Taipei, even when they don’t have a proper diplomatic ties. Central to that technique has been normalizing high-level exchanges with america.

In a speech to the Hudson Institute final week, Tsai underscored that Taiwan’s exclusion from the worldwide group “can’t be continued.”

“Taiwan wants the assist of different democratic nations to help us in taking part in worldwide organizations,” she stated.

On Monday, Tsai informed the Nationwide Meeting of Belize, one of the 13 states to nonetheless formally acknowledge Taiwan, that “some nations attempt to destroy our friendship, however we’re nonetheless certain collectively primarily based on shared values.”

McCarthy’s meeting with Taiwan’s president puts U.S. on alert

China has accused Tsai and her Democratic Progressive Get together of covertly supporting Taiwan’s formal independence and intensified navy threats, repeatedly flying giant numbers of fighter jets near Taiwanese airspace and sending warships throughout what had for many years been a casual boundary down the center of the Taiwan Strait.

China responded to the Taiwan visit by then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) in August with its biggest show of navy may for the reason that Third Taiwan Strait Disaster within the Nineteen Nineties. In what Taipei referred to as blockade simulation, it despatched warships to drill throughout Taiwan and fired missiles excessive over the principle island and into Japanese waters.

In current days, Chinese language consultants warned of an analogous navy show ought to Tsai meet with McCarthy. Hu Xijin, former editor of the state-run World Instances, dismissed the concept that assembly in California can be much less provocative, saying that China “should not decrease our posture.”

However Taiwan, too, doesn’t wish to give floor when China is doing “all the pieces inside their energy to proceed to strangle Taiwan’s worldwide house, inclusive of Taiwan’s relations with america,” stated Vincent Chao, a former Washington D.C.-based Taiwanese diplomat. “It is necessary to indicate that, like China, Taiwan and america have purple traces as properly,” which included not backtracking on high-level conferences that occurred earlier than, he stated.

Regardless of China’s nationalist rhetoric, all sides seems to be taking steps to keep away from critical fallout, in keeping with Su Tzu-yun, a navy analyst on the government-funded Institute for Nationwide Protection and Safety Analysis in Taiwan.

Su cited an announcement of a particular operation within the Taiwan Strait from the Maritime Security Administration of Fujian province, which can point out Beijing is trying to sign resolve with out resorting to navy workout routines. “They aren’t sending the PLA however the coast guard to each underscore sovereignty and likewise keep away from navy escalation,” he stated.

U.S. says Taiwan president is just passing through. China’s not amused.

A dramatic present of power by China might backfire. Beijing is hoping that the Nationalist Get together, or Kuomintang, which favors nearer cross-strait commerce and exchanges, wins Taiwan’s presidential election subsequent yr. Contemporary aggression from Beijing might create assist for the DPP’s technique of resisting China and deal a blow to the opposition’s marketing campaign to alleviate tensions by talks with Beijing.

These competing narratives have been captured in a visit by Taiwan’s former president Ma Ying-jeou to China as Tsai was within the Americas. The retired Kuomintang politician, ostensibly on a private journey to go to the house of his ancestors, sparked controversy when he stated that Taiwan was a part of “one China” — a place that’s more and more unpopular in Taiwan.

Talking at Hunan College, Ma cited revisions to the structure of the Republic of China, Taiwan’s official title, to assert that Taipei’s official place is that the “mainland” and Taiwan are separate zones inside a single nation. He additionally famous that the Individuals’s Republic of China makes an analogous declare about Taiwan being a sacred a part of Chinese language territory.

Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council, the federal government physique answerable for managing relations with Beijing, rebuked Ma for “belittling” Taiwan and ignoring the truth that Taiwan has by no means been a part of the Individuals’s Republic of China.

Vic Chiang in Taipei, Taiwan, contributed to this report.

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A number of Democratic and Republican lawmakers on Wednesday stated they met with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen final week throughout her stopover in New York Metropolis. The lawmakers confirmed the conferences hours earlier than Tsai is ready to satisfy with Home Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.).

Home Minority Chief Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) stated he and Tsai met whereas she was in New York on Friday, the primary of two U.S. stops she had scheduled to bookend a visit to Central American nations that preserve formal diplomatic ties with Taiwan.

We had a really productive dialog in regards to the mutual safety and financial pursuits between America and Taiwan,” Jeffries stated in a press release Wednesday morning. “We additionally mentioned our shared dedication to democracy and freedom.”

Tsai additionally met with a bipartisan group of senators — together with Sens. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), Mark Kelly (D-Ariz.) and Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) — whereas in New York on Friday, Ernst’s workplace confirmed Wednesday.

In a joint information launch, the senators stated they mentioned their assist for Taiwan, in addition to the significance of deterring Beijing from invading the self-governing democracy. The Chinese language Communist Get together has by no means dominated Taiwan, however considers it to be a part of China, to be taken by drive if essential.

“I’m glad a bipartisan group of senators — two veterans and an energetic member of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves — had the chance to indicate our assist for Taiwan throughout a gathering with President Tsai final week,” Sullivan stated. “It’s necessary when a pacesetter of this necessary island democracy travels to america that dictators in Beijing will not be allowed to dictate who People can meet with, particularly on American soil.”

Later Wednesday, Tsai is scheduled to satisfy with McCarthy on the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif., earlier than returning to Taiwan. A consultant for the Taipei Financial and Cultural Consultant Workplace didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark Wednesday.

Each the White Home and Taipei have emphasised {that a} Taiwanese chief making such stops within the U.S. will not be new. For instance, Tsai met with Sen. Ted Cruz (R) and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) in Houston en path to Central America in 2017. Nonetheless, Beijing has threatened unspecified retaliation if Tsai meets with McCarthy, claiming it will cross a “purple line.”

Tsai’s assembly with McCarthy will mark the end result of an eight-year effort to boost Taiwan’s worldwide profile and strengthen relationships with nations that share democratic values with Taipei, even when they don’t have a proper diplomatic ties. Central to that technique has been normalizing high-level exchanges with america.

In a speech to the Hudson Institute final week, Tsai underscored that Taiwan’s exclusion from the worldwide group “can’t be continued.”

“Taiwan wants the assist of different democratic nations to help us in taking part in worldwide organizations,” she stated.

On Monday, Tsai informed the Nationwide Meeting of Belize, one of the 13 states to nonetheless formally acknowledge Taiwan, that “some nations attempt to destroy our friendship, however we’re nonetheless certain collectively primarily based on shared values.”

McCarthy’s meeting with Taiwan’s president puts U.S. on alert

China has accused Tsai and her Democratic Progressive Get together of covertly supporting Taiwan’s formal independence and intensified navy threats, repeatedly flying giant numbers of fighter jets near Taiwanese airspace and sending warships throughout what had for many years been a casual boundary down the center of the Taiwan Strait.

China responded to the Taiwan visit by then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) in August with its biggest show of navy may for the reason that Third Taiwan Strait Disaster within the Nineteen Nineties. In what Taipei referred to as blockade simulation, it despatched warships to drill throughout Taiwan and fired missiles excessive over the principle island and into Japanese waters.

In current days, Chinese language consultants warned of an analogous navy show ought to Tsai meet with McCarthy. Hu Xijin, former editor of the state-run World Instances, dismissed the concept that assembly in California can be much less provocative, saying that China “should not decrease our posture.”

However Taiwan, too, doesn’t wish to give floor when China is doing “all the pieces inside their energy to proceed to strangle Taiwan’s worldwide house, inclusive of Taiwan’s relations with america,” stated Vincent Chao, a former Washington D.C.-based Taiwanese diplomat. “It is necessary to indicate that, like China, Taiwan and america have purple traces as properly,” which included not backtracking on high-level conferences that occurred earlier than, he stated.

Regardless of China’s nationalist rhetoric, all sides seems to be taking steps to keep away from critical fallout, in keeping with Su Tzu-yun, a navy analyst on the government-funded Institute for Nationwide Protection and Safety Analysis in Taiwan.

Su cited an announcement of a particular operation within the Taiwan Strait from the Maritime Security Administration of Fujian province, which can point out Beijing is trying to sign resolve with out resorting to navy workout routines. “They aren’t sending the PLA however the coast guard to each underscore sovereignty and likewise keep away from navy escalation,” he stated.

U.S. says Taiwan president is just passing through. China’s not amused.

A dramatic present of power by China might backfire. Beijing is hoping that the Nationalist Get together, or Kuomintang, which favors nearer cross-strait commerce and exchanges, wins Taiwan’s presidential election subsequent yr. Contemporary aggression from Beijing might create assist for the DPP’s technique of resisting China and deal a blow to the opposition’s marketing campaign to alleviate tensions by talks with Beijing.

These competing narratives have been captured in a visit by Taiwan’s former president Ma Ying-jeou to China as Tsai was within the Americas. The retired Kuomintang politician, ostensibly on a private journey to go to the house of his ancestors, sparked controversy when he stated that Taiwan was a part of “one China” — a place that’s more and more unpopular in Taiwan.

Talking at Hunan College, Ma cited revisions to the structure of the Republic of China, Taiwan’s official title, to assert that Taipei’s official place is that the “mainland” and Taiwan are separate zones inside a single nation. He additionally famous that the Individuals’s Republic of China makes an analogous declare about Taiwan being a sacred a part of Chinese language territory.

Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council, the federal government physique answerable for managing relations with Beijing, rebuked Ma for “belittling” Taiwan and ignoring the truth that Taiwan has by no means been a part of the Individuals’s Republic of China.

Vic Chiang in Taipei, Taiwan, contributed to this report.

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A number of Democratic and Republican lawmakers on Wednesday stated they met with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen final week throughout her stopover in New York Metropolis. The lawmakers confirmed the conferences hours earlier than Tsai is ready to satisfy with Home Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.).

Home Minority Chief Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) stated he and Tsai met whereas she was in New York on Friday, the primary of two U.S. stops she had scheduled to bookend a visit to Central American nations that preserve formal diplomatic ties with Taiwan.

We had a really productive dialog in regards to the mutual safety and financial pursuits between America and Taiwan,” Jeffries stated in a press release Wednesday morning. “We additionally mentioned our shared dedication to democracy and freedom.”

Tsai additionally met with a bipartisan group of senators — together with Sens. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), Mark Kelly (D-Ariz.) and Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) — whereas in New York on Friday, Ernst’s workplace confirmed Wednesday.

In a joint information launch, the senators stated they mentioned their assist for Taiwan, in addition to the significance of deterring Beijing from invading the self-governing democracy. The Chinese language Communist Get together has by no means dominated Taiwan, however considers it to be a part of China, to be taken by drive if essential.

“I’m glad a bipartisan group of senators — two veterans and an energetic member of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves — had the chance to indicate our assist for Taiwan throughout a gathering with President Tsai final week,” Sullivan stated. “It’s necessary when a pacesetter of this necessary island democracy travels to america that dictators in Beijing will not be allowed to dictate who People can meet with, particularly on American soil.”

Later Wednesday, Tsai is scheduled to satisfy with McCarthy on the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif., earlier than returning to Taiwan. A consultant for the Taipei Financial and Cultural Consultant Workplace didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark Wednesday.

Each the White Home and Taipei have emphasised {that a} Taiwanese chief making such stops within the U.S. will not be new. For instance, Tsai met with Sen. Ted Cruz (R) and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) in Houston en path to Central America in 2017. Nonetheless, Beijing has threatened unspecified retaliation if Tsai meets with McCarthy, claiming it will cross a “purple line.”

Tsai’s assembly with McCarthy will mark the end result of an eight-year effort to boost Taiwan’s worldwide profile and strengthen relationships with nations that share democratic values with Taipei, even when they don’t have a proper diplomatic ties. Central to that technique has been normalizing high-level exchanges with america.

In a speech to the Hudson Institute final week, Tsai underscored that Taiwan’s exclusion from the worldwide group “can’t be continued.”

“Taiwan wants the assist of different democratic nations to help us in taking part in worldwide organizations,” she stated.

On Monday, Tsai informed the Nationwide Meeting of Belize, one of the 13 states to nonetheless formally acknowledge Taiwan, that “some nations attempt to destroy our friendship, however we’re nonetheless certain collectively primarily based on shared values.”

McCarthy’s meeting with Taiwan’s president puts U.S. on alert

China has accused Tsai and her Democratic Progressive Get together of covertly supporting Taiwan’s formal independence and intensified navy threats, repeatedly flying giant numbers of fighter jets near Taiwanese airspace and sending warships throughout what had for many years been a casual boundary down the center of the Taiwan Strait.

China responded to the Taiwan visit by then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) in August with its biggest show of navy may for the reason that Third Taiwan Strait Disaster within the Nineteen Nineties. In what Taipei referred to as blockade simulation, it despatched warships to drill throughout Taiwan and fired missiles excessive over the principle island and into Japanese waters.

In current days, Chinese language consultants warned of an analogous navy show ought to Tsai meet with McCarthy. Hu Xijin, former editor of the state-run World Instances, dismissed the concept that assembly in California can be much less provocative, saying that China “should not decrease our posture.”

However Taiwan, too, doesn’t wish to give floor when China is doing “all the pieces inside their energy to proceed to strangle Taiwan’s worldwide house, inclusive of Taiwan’s relations with america,” stated Vincent Chao, a former Washington D.C.-based Taiwanese diplomat. “It is necessary to indicate that, like China, Taiwan and america have purple traces as properly,” which included not backtracking on high-level conferences that occurred earlier than, he stated.

Regardless of China’s nationalist rhetoric, all sides seems to be taking steps to keep away from critical fallout, in keeping with Su Tzu-yun, a navy analyst on the government-funded Institute for Nationwide Protection and Safety Analysis in Taiwan.

Su cited an announcement of a particular operation within the Taiwan Strait from the Maritime Security Administration of Fujian province, which can point out Beijing is trying to sign resolve with out resorting to navy workout routines. “They aren’t sending the PLA however the coast guard to each underscore sovereignty and likewise keep away from navy escalation,” he stated.

U.S. says Taiwan president is just passing through. China’s not amused.

A dramatic present of power by China might backfire. Beijing is hoping that the Nationalist Get together, or Kuomintang, which favors nearer cross-strait commerce and exchanges, wins Taiwan’s presidential election subsequent yr. Contemporary aggression from Beijing might create assist for the DPP’s technique of resisting China and deal a blow to the opposition’s marketing campaign to alleviate tensions by talks with Beijing.

These competing narratives have been captured in a visit by Taiwan’s former president Ma Ying-jeou to China as Tsai was within the Americas. The retired Kuomintang politician, ostensibly on a private journey to go to the house of his ancestors, sparked controversy when he stated that Taiwan was a part of “one China” — a place that’s more and more unpopular in Taiwan.

Talking at Hunan College, Ma cited revisions to the structure of the Republic of China, Taiwan’s official title, to assert that Taipei’s official place is that the “mainland” and Taiwan are separate zones inside a single nation. He additionally famous that the Individuals’s Republic of China makes an analogous declare about Taiwan being a sacred a part of Chinese language territory.

Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council, the federal government physique answerable for managing relations with Beijing, rebuked Ma for “belittling” Taiwan and ignoring the truth that Taiwan has by no means been a part of the Individuals’s Republic of China.

Vic Chiang in Taipei, Taiwan, contributed to this report.

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A number of Democratic and Republican lawmakers on Wednesday stated they met with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen final week throughout her stopover in New York Metropolis. The lawmakers confirmed the conferences hours earlier than Tsai is ready to satisfy with Home Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.).

Home Minority Chief Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) stated he and Tsai met whereas she was in New York on Friday, the primary of two U.S. stops she had scheduled to bookend a visit to Central American nations that preserve formal diplomatic ties with Taiwan.

We had a really productive dialog in regards to the mutual safety and financial pursuits between America and Taiwan,” Jeffries stated in a press release Wednesday morning. “We additionally mentioned our shared dedication to democracy and freedom.”

Tsai additionally met with a bipartisan group of senators — together with Sens. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), Mark Kelly (D-Ariz.) and Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) — whereas in New York on Friday, Ernst’s workplace confirmed Wednesday.

In a joint information launch, the senators stated they mentioned their assist for Taiwan, in addition to the significance of deterring Beijing from invading the self-governing democracy. The Chinese language Communist Get together has by no means dominated Taiwan, however considers it to be a part of China, to be taken by drive if essential.

“I’m glad a bipartisan group of senators — two veterans and an energetic member of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves — had the chance to indicate our assist for Taiwan throughout a gathering with President Tsai final week,” Sullivan stated. “It’s necessary when a pacesetter of this necessary island democracy travels to america that dictators in Beijing will not be allowed to dictate who People can meet with, particularly on American soil.”

Later Wednesday, Tsai is scheduled to satisfy with McCarthy on the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif., earlier than returning to Taiwan. A consultant for the Taipei Financial and Cultural Consultant Workplace didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark Wednesday.

Each the White Home and Taipei have emphasised {that a} Taiwanese chief making such stops within the U.S. will not be new. For instance, Tsai met with Sen. Ted Cruz (R) and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) in Houston en path to Central America in 2017. Nonetheless, Beijing has threatened unspecified retaliation if Tsai meets with McCarthy, claiming it will cross a “purple line.”

Tsai’s assembly with McCarthy will mark the end result of an eight-year effort to boost Taiwan’s worldwide profile and strengthen relationships with nations that share democratic values with Taipei, even when they don’t have a proper diplomatic ties. Central to that technique has been normalizing high-level exchanges with america.

In a speech to the Hudson Institute final week, Tsai underscored that Taiwan’s exclusion from the worldwide group “can’t be continued.”

“Taiwan wants the assist of different democratic nations to help us in taking part in worldwide organizations,” she stated.

On Monday, Tsai informed the Nationwide Meeting of Belize, one of the 13 states to nonetheless formally acknowledge Taiwan, that “some nations attempt to destroy our friendship, however we’re nonetheless certain collectively primarily based on shared values.”

McCarthy’s meeting with Taiwan’s president puts U.S. on alert

China has accused Tsai and her Democratic Progressive Get together of covertly supporting Taiwan’s formal independence and intensified navy threats, repeatedly flying giant numbers of fighter jets near Taiwanese airspace and sending warships throughout what had for many years been a casual boundary down the center of the Taiwan Strait.

China responded to the Taiwan visit by then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) in August with its biggest show of navy may for the reason that Third Taiwan Strait Disaster within the Nineteen Nineties. In what Taipei referred to as blockade simulation, it despatched warships to drill throughout Taiwan and fired missiles excessive over the principle island and into Japanese waters.

In current days, Chinese language consultants warned of an analogous navy show ought to Tsai meet with McCarthy. Hu Xijin, former editor of the state-run World Instances, dismissed the concept that assembly in California can be much less provocative, saying that China “should not decrease our posture.”

However Taiwan, too, doesn’t wish to give floor when China is doing “all the pieces inside their energy to proceed to strangle Taiwan’s worldwide house, inclusive of Taiwan’s relations with america,” stated Vincent Chao, a former Washington D.C.-based Taiwanese diplomat. “It is necessary to indicate that, like China, Taiwan and america have purple traces as properly,” which included not backtracking on high-level conferences that occurred earlier than, he stated.

Regardless of China’s nationalist rhetoric, all sides seems to be taking steps to keep away from critical fallout, in keeping with Su Tzu-yun, a navy analyst on the government-funded Institute for Nationwide Protection and Safety Analysis in Taiwan.

Su cited an announcement of a particular operation within the Taiwan Strait from the Maritime Security Administration of Fujian province, which can point out Beijing is trying to sign resolve with out resorting to navy workout routines. “They aren’t sending the PLA however the coast guard to each underscore sovereignty and likewise keep away from navy escalation,” he stated.

U.S. says Taiwan president is just passing through. China’s not amused.

A dramatic present of power by China might backfire. Beijing is hoping that the Nationalist Get together, or Kuomintang, which favors nearer cross-strait commerce and exchanges, wins Taiwan’s presidential election subsequent yr. Contemporary aggression from Beijing might create assist for the DPP’s technique of resisting China and deal a blow to the opposition’s marketing campaign to alleviate tensions by talks with Beijing.

These competing narratives have been captured in a visit by Taiwan’s former president Ma Ying-jeou to China as Tsai was within the Americas. The retired Kuomintang politician, ostensibly on a private journey to go to the house of his ancestors, sparked controversy when he stated that Taiwan was a part of “one China” — a place that’s more and more unpopular in Taiwan.

Talking at Hunan College, Ma cited revisions to the structure of the Republic of China, Taiwan’s official title, to assert that Taipei’s official place is that the “mainland” and Taiwan are separate zones inside a single nation. He additionally famous that the Individuals’s Republic of China makes an analogous declare about Taiwan being a sacred a part of Chinese language territory.

Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council, the federal government physique answerable for managing relations with Beijing, rebuked Ma for “belittling” Taiwan and ignoring the truth that Taiwan has by no means been a part of the Individuals’s Republic of China.

Vic Chiang in Taipei, Taiwan, contributed to this report.

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A number of Democratic and Republican lawmakers on Wednesday stated they met with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen final week throughout her stopover in New York Metropolis. The lawmakers confirmed the conferences hours earlier than Tsai is ready to satisfy with Home Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.).

Home Minority Chief Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) stated he and Tsai met whereas she was in New York on Friday, the primary of two U.S. stops she had scheduled to bookend a visit to Central American nations that preserve formal diplomatic ties with Taiwan.

We had a really productive dialog in regards to the mutual safety and financial pursuits between America and Taiwan,” Jeffries stated in a press release Wednesday morning. “We additionally mentioned our shared dedication to democracy and freedom.”

Tsai additionally met with a bipartisan group of senators — together with Sens. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), Mark Kelly (D-Ariz.) and Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) — whereas in New York on Friday, Ernst’s workplace confirmed Wednesday.

In a joint information launch, the senators stated they mentioned their assist for Taiwan, in addition to the significance of deterring Beijing from invading the self-governing democracy. The Chinese language Communist Get together has by no means dominated Taiwan, however considers it to be a part of China, to be taken by drive if essential.

“I’m glad a bipartisan group of senators — two veterans and an energetic member of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves — had the chance to indicate our assist for Taiwan throughout a gathering with President Tsai final week,” Sullivan stated. “It’s necessary when a pacesetter of this necessary island democracy travels to america that dictators in Beijing will not be allowed to dictate who People can meet with, particularly on American soil.”

Later Wednesday, Tsai is scheduled to satisfy with McCarthy on the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif., earlier than returning to Taiwan. A consultant for the Taipei Financial and Cultural Consultant Workplace didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark Wednesday.

Each the White Home and Taipei have emphasised {that a} Taiwanese chief making such stops within the U.S. will not be new. For instance, Tsai met with Sen. Ted Cruz (R) and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) in Houston en path to Central America in 2017. Nonetheless, Beijing has threatened unspecified retaliation if Tsai meets with McCarthy, claiming it will cross a “purple line.”

Tsai’s assembly with McCarthy will mark the end result of an eight-year effort to boost Taiwan’s worldwide profile and strengthen relationships with nations that share democratic values with Taipei, even when they don’t have a proper diplomatic ties. Central to that technique has been normalizing high-level exchanges with america.

In a speech to the Hudson Institute final week, Tsai underscored that Taiwan’s exclusion from the worldwide group “can’t be continued.”

“Taiwan wants the assist of different democratic nations to help us in taking part in worldwide organizations,” she stated.

On Monday, Tsai informed the Nationwide Meeting of Belize, one of the 13 states to nonetheless formally acknowledge Taiwan, that “some nations attempt to destroy our friendship, however we’re nonetheless certain collectively primarily based on shared values.”

McCarthy’s meeting with Taiwan’s president puts U.S. on alert

China has accused Tsai and her Democratic Progressive Get together of covertly supporting Taiwan’s formal independence and intensified navy threats, repeatedly flying giant numbers of fighter jets near Taiwanese airspace and sending warships throughout what had for many years been a casual boundary down the center of the Taiwan Strait.

China responded to the Taiwan visit by then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) in August with its biggest show of navy may for the reason that Third Taiwan Strait Disaster within the Nineteen Nineties. In what Taipei referred to as blockade simulation, it despatched warships to drill throughout Taiwan and fired missiles excessive over the principle island and into Japanese waters.

In current days, Chinese language consultants warned of an analogous navy show ought to Tsai meet with McCarthy. Hu Xijin, former editor of the state-run World Instances, dismissed the concept that assembly in California can be much less provocative, saying that China “should not decrease our posture.”

However Taiwan, too, doesn’t wish to give floor when China is doing “all the pieces inside their energy to proceed to strangle Taiwan’s worldwide house, inclusive of Taiwan’s relations with america,” stated Vincent Chao, a former Washington D.C.-based Taiwanese diplomat. “It is necessary to indicate that, like China, Taiwan and america have purple traces as properly,” which included not backtracking on high-level conferences that occurred earlier than, he stated.

Regardless of China’s nationalist rhetoric, all sides seems to be taking steps to keep away from critical fallout, in keeping with Su Tzu-yun, a navy analyst on the government-funded Institute for Nationwide Protection and Safety Analysis in Taiwan.

Su cited an announcement of a particular operation within the Taiwan Strait from the Maritime Security Administration of Fujian province, which can point out Beijing is trying to sign resolve with out resorting to navy workout routines. “They aren’t sending the PLA however the coast guard to each underscore sovereignty and likewise keep away from navy escalation,” he stated.

U.S. says Taiwan president is just passing through. China’s not amused.

A dramatic present of power by China might backfire. Beijing is hoping that the Nationalist Get together, or Kuomintang, which favors nearer cross-strait commerce and exchanges, wins Taiwan’s presidential election subsequent yr. Contemporary aggression from Beijing might create assist for the DPP’s technique of resisting China and deal a blow to the opposition’s marketing campaign to alleviate tensions by talks with Beijing.

These competing narratives have been captured in a visit by Taiwan’s former president Ma Ying-jeou to China as Tsai was within the Americas. The retired Kuomintang politician, ostensibly on a private journey to go to the house of his ancestors, sparked controversy when he stated that Taiwan was a part of “one China” — a place that’s more and more unpopular in Taiwan.

Talking at Hunan College, Ma cited revisions to the structure of the Republic of China, Taiwan’s official title, to assert that Taipei’s official place is that the “mainland” and Taiwan are separate zones inside a single nation. He additionally famous that the Individuals’s Republic of China makes an analogous declare about Taiwan being a sacred a part of Chinese language territory.

Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council, the federal government physique answerable for managing relations with Beijing, rebuked Ma for “belittling” Taiwan and ignoring the truth that Taiwan has by no means been a part of the Individuals’s Republic of China.

Vic Chiang in Taipei, Taiwan, contributed to this report.

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A number of Democratic and Republican lawmakers on Wednesday stated they met with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen final week throughout her stopover in New York Metropolis. The lawmakers confirmed the conferences hours earlier than Tsai is ready to satisfy with Home Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.).

Home Minority Chief Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) stated he and Tsai met whereas she was in New York on Friday, the primary of two U.S. stops she had scheduled to bookend a visit to Central American nations that preserve formal diplomatic ties with Taiwan.

We had a really productive dialog in regards to the mutual safety and financial pursuits between America and Taiwan,” Jeffries stated in a press release Wednesday morning. “We additionally mentioned our shared dedication to democracy and freedom.”

Tsai additionally met with a bipartisan group of senators — together with Sens. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), Mark Kelly (D-Ariz.) and Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) — whereas in New York on Friday, Ernst’s workplace confirmed Wednesday.

In a joint information launch, the senators stated they mentioned their assist for Taiwan, in addition to the significance of deterring Beijing from invading the self-governing democracy. The Chinese language Communist Get together has by no means dominated Taiwan, however considers it to be a part of China, to be taken by drive if essential.

“I’m glad a bipartisan group of senators — two veterans and an energetic member of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves — had the chance to indicate our assist for Taiwan throughout a gathering with President Tsai final week,” Sullivan stated. “It’s necessary when a pacesetter of this necessary island democracy travels to america that dictators in Beijing will not be allowed to dictate who People can meet with, particularly on American soil.”

Later Wednesday, Tsai is scheduled to satisfy with McCarthy on the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif., earlier than returning to Taiwan. A consultant for the Taipei Financial and Cultural Consultant Workplace didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark Wednesday.

Each the White Home and Taipei have emphasised {that a} Taiwanese chief making such stops within the U.S. will not be new. For instance, Tsai met with Sen. Ted Cruz (R) and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) in Houston en path to Central America in 2017. Nonetheless, Beijing has threatened unspecified retaliation if Tsai meets with McCarthy, claiming it will cross a “purple line.”

Tsai’s assembly with McCarthy will mark the end result of an eight-year effort to boost Taiwan’s worldwide profile and strengthen relationships with nations that share democratic values with Taipei, even when they don’t have a proper diplomatic ties. Central to that technique has been normalizing high-level exchanges with america.

In a speech to the Hudson Institute final week, Tsai underscored that Taiwan’s exclusion from the worldwide group “can’t be continued.”

“Taiwan wants the assist of different democratic nations to help us in taking part in worldwide organizations,” she stated.

On Monday, Tsai informed the Nationwide Meeting of Belize, one of the 13 states to nonetheless formally acknowledge Taiwan, that “some nations attempt to destroy our friendship, however we’re nonetheless certain collectively primarily based on shared values.”

McCarthy’s meeting with Taiwan’s president puts U.S. on alert

China has accused Tsai and her Democratic Progressive Get together of covertly supporting Taiwan’s formal independence and intensified navy threats, repeatedly flying giant numbers of fighter jets near Taiwanese airspace and sending warships throughout what had for many years been a casual boundary down the center of the Taiwan Strait.

China responded to the Taiwan visit by then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) in August with its biggest show of navy may for the reason that Third Taiwan Strait Disaster within the Nineteen Nineties. In what Taipei referred to as blockade simulation, it despatched warships to drill throughout Taiwan and fired missiles excessive over the principle island and into Japanese waters.

In current days, Chinese language consultants warned of an analogous navy show ought to Tsai meet with McCarthy. Hu Xijin, former editor of the state-run World Instances, dismissed the concept that assembly in California can be much less provocative, saying that China “should not decrease our posture.”

However Taiwan, too, doesn’t wish to give floor when China is doing “all the pieces inside their energy to proceed to strangle Taiwan’s worldwide house, inclusive of Taiwan’s relations with america,” stated Vincent Chao, a former Washington D.C.-based Taiwanese diplomat. “It is necessary to indicate that, like China, Taiwan and america have purple traces as properly,” which included not backtracking on high-level conferences that occurred earlier than, he stated.

Regardless of China’s nationalist rhetoric, all sides seems to be taking steps to keep away from critical fallout, in keeping with Su Tzu-yun, a navy analyst on the government-funded Institute for Nationwide Protection and Safety Analysis in Taiwan.

Su cited an announcement of a particular operation within the Taiwan Strait from the Maritime Security Administration of Fujian province, which can point out Beijing is trying to sign resolve with out resorting to navy workout routines. “They aren’t sending the PLA however the coast guard to each underscore sovereignty and likewise keep away from navy escalation,” he stated.

U.S. says Taiwan president is just passing through. China’s not amused.

A dramatic present of power by China might backfire. Beijing is hoping that the Nationalist Get together, or Kuomintang, which favors nearer cross-strait commerce and exchanges, wins Taiwan’s presidential election subsequent yr. Contemporary aggression from Beijing might create assist for the DPP’s technique of resisting China and deal a blow to the opposition’s marketing campaign to alleviate tensions by talks with Beijing.

These competing narratives have been captured in a visit by Taiwan’s former president Ma Ying-jeou to China as Tsai was within the Americas. The retired Kuomintang politician, ostensibly on a private journey to go to the house of his ancestors, sparked controversy when he stated that Taiwan was a part of “one China” — a place that’s more and more unpopular in Taiwan.

Talking at Hunan College, Ma cited revisions to the structure of the Republic of China, Taiwan’s official title, to assert that Taipei’s official place is that the “mainland” and Taiwan are separate zones inside a single nation. He additionally famous that the Individuals’s Republic of China makes an analogous declare about Taiwan being a sacred a part of Chinese language territory.

Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council, the federal government physique answerable for managing relations with Beijing, rebuked Ma for “belittling” Taiwan and ignoring the truth that Taiwan has by no means been a part of the Individuals’s Republic of China.

Vic Chiang in Taipei, Taiwan, contributed to this report.

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A number of Democratic and Republican lawmakers on Wednesday stated they met with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen final week throughout her stopover in New York Metropolis. The lawmakers confirmed the conferences hours earlier than Tsai is ready to satisfy with Home Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.).

Home Minority Chief Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.) stated he and Tsai met whereas she was in New York on Friday, the primary of two U.S. stops she had scheduled to bookend a visit to Central American nations that preserve formal diplomatic ties with Taiwan.

We had a really productive dialog in regards to the mutual safety and financial pursuits between America and Taiwan,” Jeffries stated in a press release Wednesday morning. “We additionally mentioned our shared dedication to democracy and freedom.”

Tsai additionally met with a bipartisan group of senators — together with Sens. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa), Mark Kelly (D-Ariz.) and Dan Sullivan (R-Alaska) — whereas in New York on Friday, Ernst’s workplace confirmed Wednesday.

In a joint information launch, the senators stated they mentioned their assist for Taiwan, in addition to the significance of deterring Beijing from invading the self-governing democracy. The Chinese language Communist Get together has by no means dominated Taiwan, however considers it to be a part of China, to be taken by drive if essential.

“I’m glad a bipartisan group of senators — two veterans and an energetic member of the U.S. Marine Corps Reserves — had the chance to indicate our assist for Taiwan throughout a gathering with President Tsai final week,” Sullivan stated. “It’s necessary when a pacesetter of this necessary island democracy travels to america that dictators in Beijing will not be allowed to dictate who People can meet with, particularly on American soil.”

Later Wednesday, Tsai is scheduled to satisfy with McCarthy on the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif., earlier than returning to Taiwan. A consultant for the Taipei Financial and Cultural Consultant Workplace didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark Wednesday.

Each the White Home and Taipei have emphasised {that a} Taiwanese chief making such stops within the U.S. will not be new. For instance, Tsai met with Sen. Ted Cruz (R) and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) in Houston en path to Central America in 2017. Nonetheless, Beijing has threatened unspecified retaliation if Tsai meets with McCarthy, claiming it will cross a “purple line.”

Tsai’s assembly with McCarthy will mark the end result of an eight-year effort to boost Taiwan’s worldwide profile and strengthen relationships with nations that share democratic values with Taipei, even when they don’t have a proper diplomatic ties. Central to that technique has been normalizing high-level exchanges with america.

In a speech to the Hudson Institute final week, Tsai underscored that Taiwan’s exclusion from the worldwide group “can’t be continued.”

“Taiwan wants the assist of different democratic nations to help us in taking part in worldwide organizations,” she stated.

On Monday, Tsai informed the Nationwide Meeting of Belize, one of the 13 states to nonetheless formally acknowledge Taiwan, that “some nations attempt to destroy our friendship, however we’re nonetheless certain collectively primarily based on shared values.”

McCarthy’s meeting with Taiwan’s president puts U.S. on alert

China has accused Tsai and her Democratic Progressive Get together of covertly supporting Taiwan’s formal independence and intensified navy threats, repeatedly flying giant numbers of fighter jets near Taiwanese airspace and sending warships throughout what had for many years been a casual boundary down the center of the Taiwan Strait.

China responded to the Taiwan visit by then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) in August with its biggest show of navy may for the reason that Third Taiwan Strait Disaster within the Nineteen Nineties. In what Taipei referred to as blockade simulation, it despatched warships to drill throughout Taiwan and fired missiles excessive over the principle island and into Japanese waters.

In current days, Chinese language consultants warned of an analogous navy show ought to Tsai meet with McCarthy. Hu Xijin, former editor of the state-run World Instances, dismissed the concept that assembly in California can be much less provocative, saying that China “should not decrease our posture.”

However Taiwan, too, doesn’t wish to give floor when China is doing “all the pieces inside their energy to proceed to strangle Taiwan’s worldwide house, inclusive of Taiwan’s relations with america,” stated Vincent Chao, a former Washington D.C.-based Taiwanese diplomat. “It is necessary to indicate that, like China, Taiwan and america have purple traces as properly,” which included not backtracking on high-level conferences that occurred earlier than, he stated.

Regardless of China’s nationalist rhetoric, all sides seems to be taking steps to keep away from critical fallout, in keeping with Su Tzu-yun, a navy analyst on the government-funded Institute for Nationwide Protection and Safety Analysis in Taiwan.

Su cited an announcement of a particular operation within the Taiwan Strait from the Maritime Security Administration of Fujian province, which can point out Beijing is trying to sign resolve with out resorting to navy workout routines. “They aren’t sending the PLA however the coast guard to each underscore sovereignty and likewise keep away from navy escalation,” he stated.

U.S. says Taiwan president is just passing through. China’s not amused.

A dramatic present of power by China might backfire. Beijing is hoping that the Nationalist Get together, or Kuomintang, which favors nearer cross-strait commerce and exchanges, wins Taiwan’s presidential election subsequent yr. Contemporary aggression from Beijing might create assist for the DPP’s technique of resisting China and deal a blow to the opposition’s marketing campaign to alleviate tensions by talks with Beijing.

These competing narratives have been captured in a visit by Taiwan’s former president Ma Ying-jeou to China as Tsai was within the Americas. The retired Kuomintang politician, ostensibly on a private journey to go to the house of his ancestors, sparked controversy when he stated that Taiwan was a part of “one China” — a place that’s more and more unpopular in Taiwan.

Talking at Hunan College, Ma cited revisions to the structure of the Republic of China, Taiwan’s official title, to assert that Taipei’s official place is that the “mainland” and Taiwan are separate zones inside a single nation. He additionally famous that the Individuals’s Republic of China makes an analogous declare about Taiwan being a sacred a part of Chinese language territory.

Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council, the federal government physique answerable for managing relations with Beijing, rebuked Ma for “belittling” Taiwan and ignoring the truth that Taiwan has by no means been a part of the Individuals’s Republic of China.

Vic Chiang in Taipei, Taiwan, contributed to this report.

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