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“In the wake of the Hong Kong protests, many Taiwanese are nervous similar unrest could occur if China keeps tightening its grip — How to assert the freedoms that make Taiwan more liberal and open than China, without poking the dragon: a fine balancing act https://t.co/tmbTtQwyuB”

Alfons López Tena #FBPE on Twitter: "In the wake of the Hong Kong protests, many Taiwanese are nervous similar unrest could occur if China keeps tightening its grip — How to assert the freedoms that make Taiwan more liberal and open than China, without poking the dragon: a fine balancing act https://t.co/tmbTtQwyuB"

“BEYOND thrilled with the Chinese version of #BUILT now available on Taiwan and Hong Kong! https://t.co/FYZFTCivIC”

Roma Agrawal on Twitter: "BEYOND thrilled with the Chinese version of #BUILT now available on Taiwan and Hong Kong!… "

“After Hong Kong protests, is Taiwan the next flashpoint in our region? https://t.co/mtoFId7Fdw via @abcnews”

Eleanor Hall on Twitter: "After Hong Kong protests, is Taiwan the next flashpoint in our region? https://t.co/mtoFId7Fdw via @abcnews"

““All companies that harm China’s sovereignty should be forewarned – if you challenge the bottom line, how far do you think you can stay in China before your body becomes cold?” - @PDChina warning for international brands on #HongKong #Taiwan”

Eunice Yoon on Twitter: "“All companies that harm China’s sovereignty should be forewarned – if you challenge the bottom line, how far do you think you can stay in China before your body becomes cold?” - @PDChina warning for international brands on #HongKong #Taiwan… https://t.co/TwxsKAhvyh"

President Tsai Ing-wen’s spokesman says offer is ‘first of its kind in the world’, and competition comes after Beijing bans visits to island by solo mainland tourists.President Tsai Ing-wen’s spokesman says offer is ‘first of its kind in the world’, and competition comes after Beijing bans visits to island by solo mainland tourists.

Wang asks 'Do Taiwanese want to be unified?' after GT editor calls for shooting HK protesters on sightWang asks 'Do Taiwanese want to be unified?' after GT editor calls for shooting HK protesters on sight

China media calls for shooting HK protesters ... | Taiwan News

Beijing has played a high stakes game wooing Taiwan and has not resorted to a military takeover of the former British colony Beijing has played a high stakes game wooing Taiwan and has not resorted to a military takeover of the former British colony

The Hong Kong crisis underscores China’s strategy in the Pacific.The Hong Kong crisis underscores China’s strategy in the Pacific.

China's worst fears: Hong Kong, Taiwan and any other democracy | TheHill

The Hong Kong crisis underscores China’s strategy in the Pacific.The Hong Kong crisis underscores China’s strategy in the Pacific.

China's worst fears: Hong Kong, Taiwan and any other democracy | TheHill

As Hong Kong police ramp up warnings about the level of force they might use on protestors, more than 20 million people are nervously following the unfolding events from Taiwan.As Hong Kong police ramp up warnings about the level of force they might use on protestors, more than 20 million people are nervously following the unfolding events from Taiwan.

Taiwan says Beijing increasingly interfering in its democracy - AM - ABC Radio

Sino Spring. Taiwan to follow Hong Kong into revolt? - MacroBusiness

Hong Kong film studios have found themselves in a perilous political position following Beijing's boycott order of Taiwan's Golden Horse Film Awards, often referred to as "the Chinese Oscars."Nearly every major Hong Kong studio has agreed to march along with Beijing's heavy-handed crackdown on the Taiwanese awards show, widely known as the "Chinese Oscars."

Hong Kong Film Industry Bows to Beijing Boycott of Taiwan's Golden Horse Awards | Hollywood Reporter

Fancy spending the night in a presidential office?Fancy spending the night in a presidential office?

Presidential suite: Taiwan invites visitors to stay in government office - CNA

TAIPEI, Taiwan - Fancy spending the night in a presidential office? TAIPEI, Taiwan - Fancy spending the night in a presidential office?

Presidential suite: Taiwan invites visitors to stay in govt office | ABS-CBN News