Read our Open Letter to Rt. Hon Rishi Sunak MP Read our Open Letter to Rt. Hon Liz Truss MP The UK Conservative Party is holding a leadership election. The winner will be the new UK Prime Minister. We've asked the candidates about Taiwan ... NEW! : TPC is proud to announce the release of our new report: "Ukraine Today, Taiwan Tomorrow?" Click Here To Read The Report 23 million Taiwanese. A vibrant hub of democracy, technology, & innovation. Taiwan is the UK’s 7th largest trade partner from the Asia-Pacific region A peaceful and diverse archipelago of nations, tribes, and migrants

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Taiwan: Weapons of Mass Destruction? | Written Questions : 8th September 2022

As the Foreign Secretary said in her Mansion House speech, we must ensure that democracies like Taiwan are able to defend themselves. Though the United Kingdom does not have diplomatic relations with Taiwan, we have a vibrant unofficial relationship, based on dynamic commercial, educational and cultural ties. This relationship delivers...

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Taiwan | Lords Debate : 14th July 2022

On Thursday 14th July, Lord West of Spithead (Labour), the former First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff, tabled a question for short debate in the House of Lords on topic of China. The question tabled was ‘To ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they will take to...

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Lords Debate on China

Secretary of State for Education Alex Burghart describes the UK’s relationship with Taiwan as strong and dynamic.

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High Speed Rail

Taiwan has its own high speed railway with 12 stops over 220 miles. A journey from Taipei in the north to Kaohsiung in the south (similar to London-Lancaster) takes 90 minutes and only costs £38.

Democracy

In the 20th century Taiwanese struggled to establish democracy. After 42 years of martial law ended in 1991, Taiwanese won the right to govern themselves and elect their own President and legislators.

Cuisine

Taiwan is known across Asia as the country that has the greatest variety of food and cuisine. Other nations have their own tasty specialities, as does Taiwan, but nowhere else offers them all in one place.

Sovereignty

Taiwan has its own currency, post office, armed forces, coast guard, customs, health care system, taxation system, national power infrastructure, education system, Parliament, President, & elections.

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