Tsai Ing-Wen Fordert die KPCh auf, die Selektive Einschüchterung von Taiwanesischen Geschäftsleuten Durch die Strafverfolgungsbehörden Einzustellen

Tsai Ing-Wen Fordert die KPCh auf, die Selektive Einschüchterung von Taiwanesischen Geschäftsleuten Durch die Strafverfolgungsbehörden Einzustellen

Am 24. November gab Taiwans Präsidentin Tsai Ing-Wen eine Erklärung ab, in der sie alle Teile der Regierung und der Opposition aufforderte, die KPCh aufzufordern, derartige Maßnahmen unverzüglich einzustellen und die Wirtschafts- und Handelsbeziehungen zwischen Taiwan und China sowie die bilateralen Beziehungen nicht weiter zu beeinträchtigen.
President Tsai Ing-wen Admonished CCP to Cease Conducting Selective Law Enforcement and Intimidating Taiwan Businessmen

President Tsai Ing-wen Admonished CCP to Cease Conducting Selective Law Enforcement and Intimidating Taiwan Businessmen

Tsai Ing-wen emphasized, that Taiwan is a nation of democracy and liberty and that Taiwanese people have the freedom to choose or support any party or issue under discussion.
U.S. Congressman Ignores Chinese Communist Party’s Opposition To Visit Taiwan Again and Meet Tsai Ing-wen

U.S. Congressman Ignores Chinese Communist Party’s Opposition To Visit Taiwan Again and Meet Tsai Ing-wen

Five bipartisan members of the U.S. House of Representatives visited Taiwan again and met with President Tsai Ing-wen to reaffirm the "rock-solid" support of the United States for Taiwan, according to a Nov. 26 report by the Voice of America.
Estados Unidos debe prepararse para la guerra con China por Taiwán, Parte  2

Estados Unidos debe prepararse para la guerra con China por Taiwán, Parte 2

Xi Jinping trata de ganar el paso para consolidar su liderazgo en 2022 para lanzar un ataque contra Taiwán, evitando la re-eleccion presidencial en manos del partido de progreso democrático
Tsai Ing-wen Confirms US Troops Are on the Island Training Taiwanese Troops

Tsai Ing-wen Confirms US Troops Are on the Island Training Taiwanese Troops

10/27/2021 Taiwan's president Tsai Ing-wen tells CNN she is confident the US would step up if Beijing tried to make a move on the Democratic Island. This is the first time that a Taiwanese president has publicly confirmed US troops are here on the island training Taiwanese troops.
A Whole New World Is Coming

A Whole New World Is Coming

GETTR Today @Miles – October 28, 2021
Broadcast|The Spokesman of Taiwan’s Presidential Office States the Republic of China Is a Sovereign State

Broadcast|The Spokesman of Taiwan’s Presidential Office States the Republic of China Is a Sovereign State

On October 10, in her National Day speech, President Tsai Ing-wen brought out “four Insistences” in response to a statement made by Xi Jinping a day earlier.
Broadcast|Pres. Tsai Ing-wen honors Former French Minister of Defense Alain Richard

Broadcast|Pres. Tsai Ing-wen honors Former French Minister of Defense Alain Richard

On October 7, Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen honored the former French Minister of Defense Alain Richard for “his contributions to Taiwan-France relations.”
National Day speech reiterates ‘maintaining the status quo’ Tsai: Taiwanese will not give in under pressure

National Day speech reiterates ‘maintaining the status quo’ Tsai: Taiwanese will not give in under pressure

The President Tsai reiterated that maintaining the status quo is our proposition and we will do our best to prevent it from being changed unilaterally. We will not take any risks, but we must not think that the people of Taiwan will give in under pressure, "because the path set by China will not include a democratic and free way of life in Taiwan, let alone the sovereignty of 23 million people
Future of Taiwan Must Be Decided in Accordance With the Will of Taiwanese People

Future of Taiwan Must Be Decided in Accordance With the Will of Taiwanese People

10/10/2021 President of Taiwan, Tsai Ing-wen reiterates to uphold the commitments to a free and democratic constitutional system, the future of Taiwan must be decided in accordance with the will of the Taiwanese people.
Tsai Ing-wen: Resolving Cross-Strait Differences Requires Both Sides To Engage in Dialogue on Parity Basis

Tsai Ing-wen: Resolving Cross-Strait Differences Requires Both Sides To Engage in Dialogue on Parity Basis

10/10/2021 President of Taiwan Tsai Ing-wen reiterates that Taiwan’s position on cross-strait relations is to maintain the status quo, emphasizing that resolving cross-strait differences requires the two sides of the strait to engage in dialogue on a parity basis.
The Spokesman of Taiwan’s Presidential Office States the Republic of China Is a Sovereign State

The Spokesman of Taiwan’s Presidential Office States the Republic of China Is a Sovereign State

On October 10, in her National Day speech, President Tsai Ing-wen brought out “Four Insistences" in response to a statement made by Xi Jinping a day earlier.
Undaunted by CCP Coercion, President Tsai Vowed To Uphold Taiwan’s Democracy

Undaunted by CCP Coercion, President Tsai Vowed To Uphold Taiwan’s Democracy

10/10/2021 Xi Jinping recently vowed “peaceful reunification with Taiwan.” President Tsai rejected Beijing’s coercion and vowed to uphold Taiwan’s democracy and sovereignty.
Pres. Tsai Ing-wen honors Former French Minister of Defense Alain Richard

Pres. Tsai Ing-wen honors Former French Minister of Defense Alain Richard

On October 7, Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen honored the former French Minister of Defense Alain Richard for “his contributions to Taiwan-France relations.”
Tsai Ing-wen Had an Online Meeting with Sanae Takaich, the Presidential Candidate of the Japanese Liberal Democratic Party

Tsai Ing-wen Had an Online Meeting with Sanae Takaich, the Presidential Candidate of the Japanese Liberal Democratic Party

Due to the growing military threat from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), on September 20, Democratic president Tsai Ing-wen met online with Sanae Takaich, the presidential candidate of the Japanese Liberal Democratic Party, exchanged information regarding the security of Eastern Asia.
Tsai Ing-wen Showed Up at the Launching Ceremony of  the Tajiang Ship of Taiwan Navy

Tsai Ing-wen Showed Up at the Launching Ceremony of the Tajiang Ship of Taiwan Navy

On September 9, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen went to the Su-Ao naval base to preside over the launching ceremony of the latest "Tajiang" patrol ship.
Tsai Ing-wen: Je ne crois pas que le continent utilisera la force contre Taïwan

Tsai Ing-wen: Je ne crois pas que le continent utilisera la force contre Taïwan

Tsai Ing-wen: À ce stade, toute possibilité de recours à la force contre Taïwan ne devrait pas faire partie du processus de décision
Live broadcast: President Tsai Ing-wen received a home-made “High-End” vaccine

Live broadcast: President Tsai Ing-wen received a home-made “High-End” vaccine

The vaccine was developed in collaboration between Taiwan’s health department and U.S. NIH. Taiwan government has ordered 5 million doses preliminarily. Bookings of this vaccine have been already up to 700,000 people.
Tsai Ing-Wen: Taiwan Wird Weder Jetzt Noch in Zukunft ein Land und Zwei Systeme Akzeptieren

Tsai Ing-Wen: Taiwan Wird Weder Jetzt Noch in Zukunft ein Land und Zwei Systeme Akzeptieren

Am 10. August veröffentlichte die japanische Zeitschrift Bungei Shunku ein Interview mit der taiwanesischen Präsidentin Tsai Ing-Wen, und das taiwanesische Präsidialamt gab parallel dazu eine Presseerklärung heraus. In dem Interview wies Tsai darauf hin, dass die KPCh in den letzten Jahren ihre großen Ambitionen in der asiatisch-pazifischen Region offenbart hat, was viele Unsicherheiten für den regionalen Frieden und die Stabilität mit sich bringt.
Tsai Ing-wen déclare que Taïwan n’acceptera jamais un pays, deux systèmes, maintenant ou à l’avenir

Tsai Ing-wen déclare que Taïwan n’acceptera jamais un pays, deux systèmes, maintenant ou à l’avenir

Le 10 août, le magazine japonais Bungei Shunku a publié une interview du président taïwanais Tsai Ing-wen, et le bureau présidentiel taïwanais a publié un communiqué de presse en parallèle. Dans l'interview, Mme Tsai a souligné que ces dernières années, le Parti communiste chinois a révélé ses grandes ambitions dans la région Asie-Pacifique, créant de nombreuses incertitudes pour la paix et la stabilité régionales.
Canadian Prime Minister a Clear and Present Danger

Canadian Prime Minister a Clear and Present Danger

Canadian PM Trudeau appeasing CCP. Vetoes award to Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen for her defense of democracy against CCP bullies.