Taiwan

Taiwan: 7 still missing as aftershocks continue

Death toll from a 6.4-magnitude earthquake that hit Hualien rises to 10 while rescue workers rush to save survivors.

Taiwan quake: Death toll rises, 7 left missing

Taiwan

Earthquake aftershocks disrupt rescue efforts for missing

Rescue crews in Taiwan are hoping to find more earthquake survivors. They are braving powerful aftershocks to enter buildings on the brink of collapse in the port city of Hualien.

Taiwan

More than 50 people missing after deadly Taiwan earthquake

Rescue workers are hurrying to rescue trapped survivors before damaged buildings collapse.

Taiwan

Four killed in Taiwan building collapse after quake

At least 85 missing after 6.4-magnitude earthquake strikes off eastern Taiwan and brings down several buildings.

Asia Pacific

Taiwanese Craftsman seeks to save Chinese printing heritage

Ri Xing Typeface Foundry in Taiwan is home to one of the world's last word-making shop, manufacturing traditional 3-D Chinese characters out of lead.

Weather

Typhoon Nesat bears down on Taiwan

Damaging winds and flooding rains tumble towards southeastern China.

Typhoon Nesat bears down on Taiwan

Politics

US plans to sell Taiwan $1.4bn in arms

State Department confirms plan for the sale which will be the first since the $1.83bn sale under Obama in December 2015.

Trump administration confirms Taiwan arms-sale plan

Asia Pacific

Panama cuts off ties with Taiwan, switches to China

Taiwan says China's luring of Panama is an 'open threat' and 'provocation to peace and stability'.

Panama cuts off ties with Taiwan, switches to China

Asia Pacific

Taiwan hit by huge drop in Chinese tourism over territorial row

Taiwan is struggling to attract more tourists from China after numbers dropped by 40 percent in the first three months of the year.

Asia Pacific

Taiwan simulates a China invasion during military drill

Taiwan has launched large-scale military exercises. President Tsai Ing-wen wants to overhaul the military, but critics warn that her plans could leave the island vulnerable to an attack from China.

Asia Pacific

Taiwan top court rules in favour of gay marriage

Judges on the island say current laws violate constitutional rights, but conservatives angered by ruling.

Taiwan

Approval ratings fall for Taiwan’s first female president

It has been a turbulent year in power for Tsai Ing-wen, Taiwan’s first female president. Relations with Beijing have soured and her approval ratings have fallen. Al Jazeera’s Adrian Brown reports from Tapei.

Asia Pacific

China confirms arrest of Taiwan activist Lee Ming-che

Beijing says the activist is being investigated on suspicion of 'pursuing activity harmful to national security'.

China confirms arrest of Taiwan activist Lee Ming-che