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    Taiwan Establishes Submarine Development Center.

    TAIPEI, Taiwan — Taiwan-based China Shipbuilding Corporation (CSBC) established a submarine development center on Monday to support the construction of six to eight diesel electric submarines under the Indigenous Defense Submarine (IDS) program. The Taiwanese Navy has a requirement to replace...
  2. remnant

    Taiwan pushes for new weapons on all fronts

    China's steady acquisition of advanced weaponry has driven ambitious Taiwanese to procure stealth fighters, advanced jet trainers, long range unmanne reconnaisance and aircraft deployed mines like the Quickstrike series. Among Chinese programs spurring Taiwan's response are Su-35 fighter...
  3. remnant

    Taiwan pushes for new weapons on all fronts

    China's steady acquisition of advanced weaponry has driven ambitious Taiwanese to procure stealth fighters, advanced jet trainers, long range unmanne reconnaisance and aircraft deployed mines like the Quickstrike series. Among Chinese programs spurring Taiwan's response are Su-35 fighter...
  4. Corzhens

    Taiwan vs Indonesia

    Two Taiwanese fishing boats were hit by 17 bullets coming from Indonesian vessels, presumably the coast guard of Indonesia. Taiwan's Fisheries Agency said in a report that denied claims that the boats were poaching in Indonesian waters. Tsay Tzu-yaw, chief of Taiwan's Fisheries Agency said those...
  5. Corzhens

    Beijing steps up warnings against Taiwan

    Chinese premiere Li Kequiang said that Beijing will oppose separatist activities and safeguard China's sovereignty and territorial integrity. The statement was related to the recent Independence Day celebration of Taiwan. Related to this was the recent election of Tsai Ing-wen as Taiwan's next...
  6. Corzhens

    Leaders of China and Taiwan Talk of Peace Across the Strait

    This is a good development in relation to the tension in SouthChina Sea. At least there is now an accord between the 2 Chinas. Here are the details... http://www.nytimes.com/2015/11/08/world/asia/presidents-china-taiwan-meet-shake-hands-singapore.html?_r=0
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