Taiwan: Soldiers’ salaries doubled as it seeks to expand military bases

Trending 10/26/22, 13:38

Taiwan's Ministry of Defense announced on October 25 that the salaries of incoming soldiers could be doubled. The authorities hope to generate increased incentive for young people to enlist in the army and thus strengthen military bases in the event of an invasion by the Chinese communist regime. Following the recent ...

Businessman donates millions to train civilians to defend Taiwan

Weapon/Army 10/15/22, 13:13

In September, a Taiwanese billionaire, owner of the semiconductor company United Microelectronic Corp, Robert Tsao, announced at a press conference his intention to donate $32 million to create an armed civilian force. Tsao, 75, explained the goal was to train 3 million people in the use of weapons to turn them ...

Taiwan’s strong warning to Chinese regime after suffering ‘first strike’

China 10/11/22, 16:35

Taiwanese Defense Minister Chiu Kuo-cheng (邱國正) said Tuesday that the first Chinese drone incursions over Taiwanese territory would be considered attacks against Taiwan. Previously, missiles or artillery fire were considered attacks. However, the frequency of Chinese drones flying in Taiwan's airspace is increasing, and the minister explained that it is causing ...

Chinese drones invade Taiwan skies: Another form of CCP intimidation

Tech 09/15/22, 18:57

The Chinese Communist Party's harassment of Taiwan takes many forms.  Over the past month, about 30 drones have entered Taiwanese airspace and flown over two small islands off Taiwan's southern coast. On September 12, the Taiwanese military announced that a suspected Chinese drone entered restricted waters around Cao Yu's Kinmen island. The ...

Chinese drone suddenly being knocked down with…mud

Trending 09/03/22, 15:40

Recently, Chinese drones frequently intruded on the islets outside of Taiwan, repeatedly going to the Kinmen military barracks to videotape, causing concern in Taiwan. On September 1, many Chinese-language media outlets published a humorous video of a Chinese drone suddenly being knocked down with "mud." NetEase newspaper reported on September 1, a ...

Taiwan is undeterred and shoots down a Chinese regime drone

Weapon/Army 09/01/22, 16:26

Taiwan's Kinmen Island Defense Command confirmed that today, Sept. 1, at 12:30 p.m. local time, it shot down an unidentified drone that entered the airspace without authorization. The drone, reportedly operated by civilians, entered restricted waters near Shiyu and was shot down by troops based on the island after it failed ...

Recent orders to the Chinese military suggest a major war may be looming

Weapon/Army 06/17/22, 17:46

The conflicting deployments of the Chinese regime around the world are already commonplace, but now Chinese leader, Xi Jinping, has ordered the army to prepare for action.  This attracts much attention, even if Xi claims it is only for "non-warlike" purposes. Currently, the Communist Party of China (CCP) has active disputes with ...

Taiwanese raise vigilance against China amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

China 03/06/22, 18:12

The Ukraine war has aroused the determination of the Taiwanese people to defend themselves, and the sentiment has increased significantly in a short time. Technology entrepreneur Schee Tzu-han told the Wall Street Journal that the civil defense topic has reached "tsunami levels," saying over 200 people had contacted him for a ...

US introduces bill to sanction China in case of Taiwan invasion

China 03/05/22, 21:19

On Wednesday, March 2, several U.S. senators proposed a bill to protect Taiwan from China's military threat by using financial sanctions to restrain Beijing's attempt to unify Taiwan by force. Lawmakers said in a statement: "Passing this bill will make clear to General Secretary Xi that if he mimics Putin's invasion, ...

China using ‘boiling frog’ strategy to weaken Taiwan’s defenses: Expert

China 02/16/22, 15:46

Chen Tzu-yu, deputy director of Taiwan's Statebuilding Party News Department, China has gotten more subtle in its efforts to disturb Taiwan by roaming through gray zones and utilizing the method of boiling frogs to reduce Taiwan's vigilance, according to Chinese-language media Da Ji Yuan. Recently, Chinese civil aircraft have flown over ...

US: $100 million sale supports Taiwan’s missile upgrades

China 02/09/22, 15:48

The United States announced on Monday that the U.S. has agreed on prospective five-year equipment and engineering service plan worth $100 million to Taiwan. According to Reuters, the U.S. plan will "sustain, maintain, and improve" its Patriot missile defense system, prompting Beijing's anger and threats to retaliate. The U.S. Defense ...

Taiwan President warns CCP to stop its ‘military adventurism’ in New Year’s speech

China 01/01/22, 20:41

Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen urged China to stop its "military adventurism." According to Reuters, on Saturday, during her New Year's address, she vowed to continue defending the island's independence. "We must remind the Beijing authorities that they should not misjudge the situation" and to avoid the domestic expansion of "military adventurism," Tsai said ...

Chinese regime threatens ‘drastic measures’ if Taiwan moves toward independence

China 12/29/21, 14:50

The Chinese regime is warning of "drastic measures" if Taiwan moves toward independence, asserting that Taiwan's provocations and external meddling could intensify in 2022, a Beijing official said Wednesday.  During a press briefing, Ma Xiaoguang, Chinese Communist Party (CCP) spokesman for the Taiwan Affairs Office, said that China is willing to ...

Abe warns Beijing again: Military adventure seems to be a ‘suicidal’ act

China 12/19/21, 03:31

As reported by VOA and Radio Free Asia, on Dec. 14, Shinzō Abe, former Japanese Prime Minister gave a video speech in English at the Taiwan-US-JapanTrilateral Indo-Pacific Security Dialogue - Mapping the Democratic Agenda for the Next Generation. Abe began by praising Taiwan for its stance on democracy and highlighting ...

Taiwan reveals three Chinese militaries ‘Achilles heels’

China 12/16/21, 19:35

Taiwan Ministry of Defense highlights three weaknesses of the Chinese military, indicating challenges in attacking Taiwan According to Aboluowang, an analysis named “Disputing the CCP's Total Strike Power against the Taiwanese Army in 2025 to improve its combat force,” was released on Dec. 12, by the Taiwan Ministry of National Defense  In ...

If China invades Taiwan, it ‘can impact nothing, but lose a lot’

China 12/14/21, 01:37

Former Chinese Navy Command lieutenant colonel Yao Cheng said that The Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) army was not powerful enough to invade Taiwan. In a recent interview with "Vision Times," Yao said that all of the CCP's attempts to invade Taiwan are merely a show of strength. At present, the Chinese military ...

China condemns Japanese ambassador then receives blunt response

China 12/05/21, 06:35

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said on Monday, Nov. 29, that the U.S. and Japan will not stand by and watch the Chinese Communist Party destroy Taiwan. On Dec. 1, Abe added that "a military adventure would be the path to economic suicide." “We must keep reiterating that peaceful ties between ...

Shinzo Abe: Attacking Taiwan would be ‘economic suicide’ for China

China 12/02/21, 16:52

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe warned the Chinese regime Wednesday, Dec. 1, that any attack on Taiwan would draw in Japan and its ally, the United States, with disastrous economic consequences for China. The CCP's intimidating response was swift, and it summoned Japan's ambassador to Beijing for an "emergency ...

End of content

No more pages to load