Taiwan swears in its first ever female presidentIn Taiwan, a key Israeli ally, Tsai Ing-Wen becomes second DDP president indicating a stronger stance on Chinese hostility.
IsraAid to send team to help Taiwan earthquake victimsFollowing 6.4 magnitude earthquake in Taiwan on Saturday, IsraAid decided to send a search and rescue team to locate victims and survivors.
From Taiwanese Christian to Religious Jew in SamariaChance encounter with French Jew on Taiwan taxi ride led Batsheva to Paris, lottery ticket led to conversion, then on to Eli in Samaria.
Israel's Newest Ally in Asia - TaiwanTaiwan follows Japan's footsteps to choose Israel as its first partner in key R&D agreement, as Israel solidifies Asia coalition.
Watch: Close-up Footage of Lethal Taiwanese Plane CrashMotorist catches crash into bridge and river on film, as at least 12 dead, 16 wounded and 30 missing in accident outside Taipei.
Taiwan Translates First Report on Auschwitz into ChineseChinese-language edition of the first account of Auschwitz, by Polish hero Witold Pilecki, to be released Wednesday.
Taiwan Quake Sends Schoolchildren RunningA 6.1-magnitude earthquake in central Taiwan sent school children running for cover Wednesday as buildings swayed across the island.
KMT Victory: A Vote For Status Quo Or Creeping UnificationThe victory of the KMT in the Taiwan election may either appease Beijing or encourage China to accelerate pressure on the island.
China Spokesperson Intervenes in Tight Taiwan RaceWith the Taiwan elections approaching, Beijing is hoping to pull strings for its favored candidate.
China, Japan and US Closely Observe Taiwan Presidential VoteThe neck and neck race in Taiwan means a great deal to the powers in the region
Sun Yatsen Touted as Ideological Father of Beijing and TaipeiChina sought to push the idea of peaceful reunification with Taiwan by emphasizing the legacy of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen.
Obama's Scaled Down Arms Deal with Taiwan Alienates All SidesBy scaling down the arms deal with Taiwan, Obama has not assuaged Beijing and created animosity with Taiwan's government and opposition.
Taipei Apologizes Over Summer Camp Nazi Photo GaffeA Taipei government summer “battle camp” photo ad has ignited a real explosion; it featured three young males dressed as Nazis.
Taiwan Gears Up for 2012 ElectionsIn Taiwan both parties have picked their candidates for the 2012 elections that this year may be decided on domestic issue.
China's Military Advances Undermine Balance with TaiwanA military balance between China and Taiwan is on the verge of unraveling