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Aborigines could help build bridges

Taiwan might have been isolated, but it is not alienated from the rest of the world. Semantics? No, not at all.

Despite the global constraints and pressures weighing upon it, Taiwan has been able to assert itself fairly well, as many US strategic experts, academics and others familiar with Taiwan’s unique status agree.

The world can be the proverbial oyster, if one works hard to open it.


China could use force: Pentagon

A Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy nuclear-powered Type 094A ballistic missile submarine takes part in a military display in the South China Sea on April 12 last year.
Photo: Reuters

China could use force to push Taiwan into unification or into unification dialogue, the Pentagon said in its annual military report on China issued on Thursday.


Orsted to create fund for local firms

Orsted president for Asia-Pacific Matthias Bausenwein speaks at a news conference in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: Huang Pei-chun, Taipei Times

Orsted A/S yesterday said it plans to establish a NT$60 million (US$1.94 million) trust fund in Taiwan, in partnership with other wind power developers, to provide local suppliers with further training and qualifications, after the Danish firm’s board made its final investment decision on Tuesday.


US ready to combat PRC aggression

The new cold war with China is on. Last week, China celebrated the 70th anniversary of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) by flaunting its naval might in a parade of ships off the port of Qingdao to impress and intimidate countries from the region and around the world.

Meanwhile, the white-and-orange ships of the US Coast Guard are joining the gray hulls of the US Navy in the “gray zone” waters of the South China Sea. Their mission: To assist in confronting increasingly aggressive maritime activities by the PLAN.


US representatives support WHA bid

Vice President Chen Chien-jen, front row third right, former US secretary of health and human services Tom Price, center front, and other guests yesterday attend the opening of the 2019 Taiwan-US Global Cooperation Training Framework workshop on tuberculosis prevention in Taipei.
Photo: CNA

The US supports Taiwan’s participation in the World Health Assembly (WHA), which is to be held in Geneva, Switzerland, from May 20 to 28, former US secretary of health and human services Tom Price and American Institute in Taiwan Director Brent Christensen said in Taipei yesterday.


Seeing the CCP for what it truly is

China’s ambition to annex Taiwan and its military threats against the nation are nothing new. While the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) government has identified its aggression as a menace, there is an event bigger peril facing Taiwan: Politicians and the public lack a thorough understanding of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) true nature.

As a result of a collective naivete toward the CCP, Taiwan lacks sufficient vigilance against Chinese hostility.

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DHARAMSHALA, September 17: A Tibetan self-immolator, who is reportedly making good recovery from his burn injuries, faces an uncertain future coupled with jail threats and a slim chance of re-entering his monastery.

Dawa Tsering, a monk at the Kardze Monastery in eastern Tibet,
set himself on fire within the walls of his Monastery on October 25, 2011 during a religious ceremony. While engulfed in flames, he shouted slogans for the return of His Holiness the Dalai Lama from exile and the re-unification of the Tibetan people.