- Growing in scariness and importance: Taiwanese activist disappears in Chinese airport.
- Trmp trade pick wants to improve trade relations with Taiwan
- As witty observer Chris Horton observed on Twitter, China scores own goal by impounding Singapore armored vehicles in Hong Kong. Singapore has invited ROC navy to visit, first time since 2002. Well played, Singapore.
- Cole at Taiwan Sentinel: Strengthening Taiwan-Japan relations makes perfect sense.
- Hegemonic Warfare Watch: Peter Enav is wrong. Asia is not Lurching Towards War. It is careening towards war at an unstoppable pace, thanks to China's expansionist policies.
- This is bad idea: how US and China can build better relations by using shared WWII history. Nope, PRC is always trying to hijack this history in order to position itself as successor state to ROC. In any case it doesn't matter: US and PRC can't build good relations because China wants hegemonic domination and US can't let that happen.
- Hilariously, former Obama Admin official Medeiros slams Trump Admin:
He added that he doubts whether the Trump administration views Taiwan as crucial to long-term US interests, as the Obama administration did, or if it sees Taiwan as a bargaining chip to be traded to China when dealing with North Korea.That from the weak, dilatory, and weakly pro-China Obama Admin. LOL. Medeiros is just trying to stir up trouble with comments like that.
- The neon lights that once lit up Taiwan
- How China's fishing fleet creates facts on the water.
- The idiocy continues nonstop: KMT politician says due to LGBT issues, AIDS patients in Taiwan increased in 2016.
- US universities see fall off in foreign students. I advise my own students not to go to the US as long as the current administration is in power.
- Does Ma Ying-jeou understand why he is unpopular in Taiwan?
- VIDEO: Raymond Burghardt, former Chairman of the Board at AIT, interviewed on Bill Sharp's show.
- EVENT: Heritage on reforming arms sales to Taiwan with the Trump Administration
[Taiwan] Don't miss the comments below! And check out my blog and its sidebars for events, links to previous posts and picture posts, and scores of links to other Taiwan blogs and forums!