Taiwan earthquake kills 2 Feb 6, 2018 - A magnitude 6.4 shallow earthquake struck near the coast, killing 2 and causing several buildings to collapse. 114 have suffered injuries. 220.127.116.11/focus/f-chat/3629863/posts
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen is in the United States. Aug 13, 2018 - She was in Los Angeles Sunday to address a banquet for Taiwanese-Americans. China complained to Washington about her U.S. stopovers. China claims self-ruled Taiwan as its own, and has stepped up a campaign to assert Chinese sovereignty. Washington has no formal ties with Taiwan but is the island’s strongest ally and sole foreign arms supplier. kek.gg/u/bbPs
China-Taiwan tensions April 4, 2019 - China-Taiwan tensions grow after incursion by Chinese warplanes, crossing a maritime line separating Chinese and Taiwanese waters, is the most serious such incident for years. The ten minutes duration suggests it was no mere navigational mistake.
Taiwan scrambled aircraft to intercept the intruders. Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen has called for Chinese warplanes that cross the maritime line to be forcefully expelled. t.co/G7BmK2fEtz
5.4 magnitude quake shakes Taiwan April 3, 2019 - A 5.4 earthquake struck Taiwan at a depth of 5 km
Taiwan 6.4 earthquake April 18, 2019 - Buildings shake, schools evacuated as 6.4 quake hits east Taiwan, shaking buildings and temporarily suspending subway services in Taipei. The depth was 18 km (11 miles). Taipei’s metro system was closed an hour for safety checks.