The Chinese Community Party (CCP) has terrorized Japan with a “nuclear response” and “full-scale war” if Japan interferes with the interest of Beijing in Taiwan. Despite Taiwan and Beijing been governed independently over seven decades, Beijing has full sovereignty over Taiwan. “We will use nuclear bombs first, we will use nuclear bombs continuously. We will do this until Japan declares unconditional surrender for the second time,” the video… read-more
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A 7-year-old boy, who went into a coma after being slammed 27-times to the floor during a judo practice session in Taiwan, has died on June 30. Reportedly, he suffered severe brain hemorrhages and had been on life support for the last 70 days. However, the family took a tough call and withdrew the support. Besides, the coach could face 7 years of jail or life imprisonment.
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The Chinese Foreign Ministry stated that the Biden administration should not seek political manipulation in the guise of vaccine assistance. The statement comes after the Biden's government provided 2.5 million vaccination doses to Taiwan. "US should stop interfering in the domestic matters," the spokesman for China's Foreign Ministry added. Besides, the Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen in a tweet, thanked the US government for providing more… read-more
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Japan is sending one million doses of COVID-19 vaccines to Vietnam, as announced on June 15 by the Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi. However, the AstraZeneca vaccines are being manufactured in Japan and will reach Vietnam on June 16. To strengthen its diplomatic relations in the world, Japan is planing to send COVID vaccines to other countries including Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Thailand as well.
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Taiwanese semiconductor company 'MediaTek' unveiled 5G smartphone chipset 'Dimensity 1200' in India on April 20. Partnering with Chinese smartphone maker 'Realme' to feature its System-on-Chip (SOC), MediaTek has vowed to deliver power-packed premium performance. Besides, being equipped with octa-core CPUs, the chipsets boasts of powerful imaging and AI processors to enhance user's camera experience. Meanwhile, MediTek’s Managing… read-more
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Taiwan's foreign ministry, on April 7, stated that they'll fight China till the end if they have to; after Taiwan reported multiple military breaches on its Air Defense Identification Zone (AIDZ) by the Chinese forces. Meanwhile, China also stated that their carrier group is exercising near Taiwan, drills to become regular. Taiwan has launched computer-aided war games with China as a part of the military exercise for strategic resistance.
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Taiwan reported yet another Chinese warplane entering the Taiwanese Southeast Air Defense Identification Zone (AIDZ) on April 4. Taiwan Defense Ministry stated the aircraft entered the airspace between Taiwan and Dongsha Island in the South China Sea controlled by Taiwan. The ministry added they issued warnings and mobilized air defence assets until the aircraft left the AIDZ. Previously, on March 26, another incursion of 20 Chinese aircraft … read-more
Asus Tek Computer has launched its ROG Strix, ROG Strix Scar, TUF A15 laptops and GA 35 gaming desktop in India. Equipped with Ryzen 5000 series CPUs, a 90Whr battery and RGB keyboard, the 'ROG Strix Series' models come under the price range of Rs 1,50,000-1,58,000 that can be equipped with Nvidia GeForce graphics cards. Expected to be available from March 22 onwards, the new variants vow to offer an enhanced gaming experience.
The Taiwan parliament on November 27 witnessed an instability after the lawmakers got involved into physical fights over a policy, which lifts off the ban on importing US pork and beef. Reportedly, the chaos started only after a Nationalist party (KMT) leaders dumped pig meat in the parliament. The ban possibly to be lifted in the month of January, 2021 and is being strongly opposed by the KMT and Taiwanese.
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The World Health Organization (WHO) reversed censoring of words "Taiwan" and "China" from social media after criticism. Internet users remarked that WHO's Facebook page was not allowing comments which included the word 'Taiwan.' The censorship surfaced after China was criticized for blocking Taiwan's participation into a WHO meeting. While Taiwan termed the move as contrary to WHO's neutrality, WHO defended it for having a sound conversation… read-more
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