Austin Horng-En Wang In The News

Profile: Austin Horng-En Wang

June 17, 2020
Recently, Taiwan has been under the spotlight in international media for three main events: passing a same-sex marriage act in May 2019, Tsai winning a reelection in January 2020, and the outstanding performance in fighting the coronavirus pandemic. The statehood of Taiwan, however, is not as clear as the above achievements.
The National Interest
June 16, 2020
Recently, Taiwan has been under the spotlight in international media for three main events: passing a same-sex marriage act in May 2019, Tsai winning a reelection in January 2020, and the outstanding performance in fighting the coronavirus pandemic. The statehood of Taiwan, however, is not as clear as the above achievements. While numerous international media outlets tend to Taiwan as a self-ruled island-state, others often avoid using the term “country” to describe Taiwan due to the chagrin of Beijing. The duality of reporting exemplifies the dilemma of Taiwan’s statehood.
May 22, 2020
Chancellor Angela Merkel began her March 18 speech to the German people by acknowledging their pain.
United Daily News
May 14, 2020
Pew Research Center, an American polling agency, released results of a one-point poll on Taiwanese people on the 12th. The study found that Taiwanese people's favorability with the United States and China is 68% to 35%, which is close to Two to one; the people especially hope that the United States and Taiwan will strengthen bilateral political interaction.
Jornal de Negócios
May 5, 2020
The relationship between the two largest economies in the world has returned to investors' radar, with American accusations about the laboratory origin of the new coronavirus.
April 21, 2020
Within a month of taking office, KMT Chairman Jiang Qichen initiated a series of reforms within the party, hoping to "redesign" the KMT to regain public recognition. He said at the inauguration ceremony of the new chairman in March: "I hope he can play a role of succession in the future and promote understanding and cooperation between different generations of the party."
March 27, 2020
Independent theatre producer Lin Chihyu, 29, originally planned to travel to Vietnam with her maternal grandfather to attend a friend's wedding ceremony before Taiwan held general elections in January.
East Asia Forum
February 4, 2020
On 11 January 2020, incumbent President Tsai Ing-wen and her Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) won a record-high number of votes and the majority of seats in Taiwan’s general election.