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Taiwan Welcomes More COVID Vaccine Doses From US

The Wire Network 22 Jun 2021
Taiwan has welcomed the arrival of about 2.5 million doses of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine from the United States, a gesture that was met angrily by China ... In a post on Facebook, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen praised the arrival of the vaccines ... at Taoyuan International Airport.
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Taiwan denounces Hong Kong after officials expelled in 'one China' row

The Times of India 21 Jun 2021
Last month, Hong Kong suspended operations at its representative office in Taiwan, accusing authorities thereof "gross" interference in Hong Kong's internal affairs, including with its offer to assist "violent" protesters, accusations Taiwan rejected.
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Taiwan denounces Hong Kong over 'one China' row

Hong Kong Standard 21 Jun 2021
Last month, Hong Kong suspended operations at its representative office in Taiwan, accusing authorities there of “gross” interference in Hong Kong’s internal affairs, including with its offer to assist “violent” protesters, accusations Taiwan rejected.
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U.S.-donated vaccines arrive in Taiwan, drawing criticism from China

Kyodo 21 Jun 2021
The vaccine allocation to Taiwan can be seen as the latest sign of U.S ... While the mainland has endeavored to undermine Taiwan's quest for international recognition, the United States has recently forged closer ties with the island, becoming a factor that has escalated tensions between Beijing and Washington.
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Taiwan welcomes U.S. vaccine aid, bolstering its COVID fight

Reuters 21 Jun 2021
diplomat in Taiwan, Brent Christensen, pose for pictures in front of a China Airlines airplane carrying Moderna vaccines against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) shipped from the United States, at Taoyuan International airport in Taoyuan, Taiwan, June 20, 2021.
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Taiwan Welcomes Additional Doses of COVID-19 Vaccine from US

Voa News 21 Jun 2021
Taiwan has welcomed the arrival of about 2.5 million doses of Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine from the United States, a gesture that was met angrily by China ... In a post on Facebook, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen praised the arrival of the vaccines ... at Taoyuan International Airport.
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The Liberty Times Editorial: Unity essential in times of crisis

Taipei Times 21 Jun 2021
Taiwan expressed its heartfelt appreciation in other ways, too ... Beijing has used “vaccine diplomacy” to further its own political interests, continued to block Taiwan from participating in the WHA, and repeatedly attempted to represent Taiwan and force international vaccine manufacturers to adhere to its “one China” principle.
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John Oliver: Taiwan worth deep dive

Taipei Times 21 Jun 2021
Now some want him to do a segment on Taiwan. More than 500 people have signed a petition launched last week asking Oliver to discuss Taiwan’s complex political situation and its international significance on his HBO show Last Week Tonight ... Taiwan makes it into the mainstream media, but it’s always through the China lens.”.
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COVID-19: DPP pans ‘vaccine beggar’ remark

Taipei Times 21 Jun 2021
“When Taiwan needs unity, he uses malicious words to malign our president’s character and Taiwan’s national integrity ... The world cannot keep pace with Taiwan.” The text below the image reads ... This is the beneficial effect of Taiwan providing aid to the international community.
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Japan urges European nations to counter China

Beijing News 21 Jun 2021
"It goes without saying that the stabilisation of the situation surrounding Taiwan is important for Japan's security, but it is also important for a stable international community as well."SCMP reported that Liu Weidong, a professor of international relations with the Chinese ...
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Majority of firms hopeful about property investment

Taipei Times 21 Jun 2021
Most Taiwanese companies remain positive about the property market and plan to raise their stakes in it in the coming 12 months, a survey released yesterday by Colliers International Taiwan (高力國際) showed ... Taiwan’s low birthrate and aging population are lending support to investments in retirement housing and urban renewal projects, it said.
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Japan urges European nations to solidify military involvement in Indo-Pacific to counter China

Yahoo Daily News 21 Jun 2021
Kishi said on Friday that Japan would "continue to keep a close eye" on the shifting military balance across the Taiwan Strait. "It goes without saying that the stabilisation of the situation surrounding Taiwan is important for Japan's security, but it is also important for a stable international community as well.".
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China calls on US to avoid ‘political manipulation’ after vaccine aid to Taipei

Press TV 21 Jun 2021
US triples COVID vaccines for Taiwan amid tensions with China. A senior US administration official says Washington will ship 2.5 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to Taiwan. Chinese Taipei has accused Beijing of trying to block the island from accessing vaccines internationally, an allegation China has rejected.
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Back on the Road for EE Times

Engineering Times 21 Jun 2021
This week, I made what was psychologically a bold step — at least for me ... Recommended Reading. ... I’d left the “working in a corporate office environment” a couple of months before when I departed from ARC International. Right from the outset in 2002 in my new career, I was consulting with clients in Germany, Sweden, the U.K., the U.S., and Taiwan ... .
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Facebook officially launches Live Audio Rooms and podcasts in the U.S.

Crunch 21 Jun 2021
In April, Facebook announced a series of planned investments in new audio products, including a Clubhouse live audio competitor as well as new support for podcasts ... podcast partners ... Image Credits. Facebook ... Image Credits ... Prior to today, Facebook quietly tested Live Audio Rooms in Taiwan and internally with Facebook employees Those tests will continue.
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