• Taiwan Airport Increases Security after Terrorist Attacks in Brussels

    The police have increased security in Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport after the bomb attacks at a Brussels airport and a metro station which left more than 30 people dead on Tuesday. The SWAT team members who were heavily armed with guns increased their patrols at the airport in case of any emergencies. They took steps to monitor every corner of the airport around the clock. The airport has intensified screening measures to make sure there are no dangerous objects in travelers' luggage and police dogs have a strong presence in order to check each piece of luggage. More on: http://newscontent.cctv.com/NewJsp/news.jsp?fileId=347699 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv5DbNpxH8X2eQxJBqEjKQ CCTV+ official website: http://newscontent.cctv.com/ LinkedIn: https:/...

    published: 23 Mar 2016
  • Coconut Security - Taiwan Beach

    Baisha, Kenting, Taiwan

    published: 09 Jan 2016
  • Every Day is Halloween with Taiwan's Security Forces! (w/t Chinese Subtitles) | China Uncensored

    The new uniforms for Taiwanese security forces look like something torn from the page of the Necronomicon. These bulletproof facemasks would make the perfect Halloween costume. Or villain for the next Friday the 13th movie. So why the terrifying nightmare uniforms? Well, that's because China is right next door and has vowed to bring the island under mainland rule, by force if necessary. So maybe the Republic of China is trying its hand at psychological warfare. Or preparing to make dystopian future scifi/horror movies. Subscribe for more China Uncensored: http://www.youtube.com/ntdchinauncensored Make sure to share with your friends! ______________________________ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChinaUncensored Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ChinaUncensored ___________________________...

    published: 31 Oct 2013
  • Opportunities for Taiwan's Security, the Indigenous Submarine, and U.S. Policy

    The security relationship between Taiwan and the United States has endured decades. The United States remains committed to Taiwan’s security and has demonstrated as much with the sale of military equipment and other tangible support, as provisioned under the Taiwan Relations Act. Today, the People’s Republic of China continues to flex its growing diplomatic, political, and military muscle in the region, accelerating the development of its naval forces, including surface, subsurface, and amphibious capabilities. These present a challenge not only to Taiwan’s security, but also to the standing of the U.S. Navy in the western Pacific. To adapt, Taiwan has initiated its own programs, including the development of domestically designed and built submarines. On June 22, Hudson Institute’s Cente...

    published: 22 Jun 2017
  • Leave No One Behind : Global Health Security needs Taiwan, Taiwan needs WHO

    At the press conference, Dr. CHEN Shih-chung will explain how Taiwan’s inclusion in the WHA and WHO can ensure a seamless global health system and epidemic control.

    published: 22 May 2017
  • Reaffirming the U.S.-Taiwan Security Relationship

    Seth Cropsey, William Schneider, Dennis Wilder, and Ian Easton discuss U.S. relations with Taiwan under Donald Trump.

    published: 24 Mar 2017
  • U.S. Taiwan Security Relations

    CNAS hosted a public experts' discussion on "Evaluating the Security Environment 35 Years after the Taiwan Relations Act" with The Honorable Andrew Hsia, Deputy Minister of National Defense, Ministry of National Defense (MND), Taiwan.

    published: 03 Apr 2014
  • Taiwan's Presidential Office to enhance security after attack

    A man rammed his 35-tonne dump truck into Taiwan's Presidential Office on Jan 25th, smashing security railings and eventually stopped by a bulletproof security screen. The incident exposed the Presidential Office's lax security, which leaves the guards only five seconds to react to any attack. The security guards had only five second to stop the 41-year-old assailant named Chang Te-Cheng (張正德), who was driving 72 km/hr towards the Presidential Office. The bulletproof screen needs eight seconds to be completely shut. Fortunately, the half-closed screen managed to stop the speeding truck. A cross-agency meeting, which was convened the Presidential Office Secretary-General Timothy Yang, was called to discuss security enhancements. At least 20 granite rocks have now been placed in front of ...

    published: 29 Jan 2014
  • Security taiwan lucuuu...

    published: 21 Sep 2015
  • Hong Kong, Taiwan independence movements put on China's national security agenda

    中 국가안전과제에 '홍콩•대만 독립활동' 포함…간섭 강화될듯 Independence movements in Hong Kong and Taiwan are set to become more difficult. China's Communist Party has put separatist activities in Hong Kong and Taiwan as focuses of its national security strategy for the first time. With more on this and other news in East Asia..we turn to Ro Aram... Aram... Beijing appears to be cementing its grip on power and sending out a warning to independence activists... Yes Jihye, the measures were highlighted in the latest edition of Qiushi Journal, which is a magazine of the party's Central Committee. It states the central government in Beijing will continue to implement the principle of ‘one country, two systems’ and curb Hong Kong independence according to the law. In regards to Taiwan, the article says Beijing will...

    published: 17 Apr 2017
  • Taiwan says new law will have serious impact on EAsia security

    SHOTLIST 1. Wide shot of press conference by Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council 2. Close up on logo of Mainland Affairs Council 3. Cutaway to the press 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Joseph Wu, Chairman of Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council: "Today, the Chinese government turned the fictitious 'one-China principle' into a law that clearly states that 'unification' is the 'Taiwanese people's legal duty and sacred responsibility,' thereby unilaterally changing the status quo in the Taiwan Strait. Not only is this kind of serious provocation unhelpful to the development of cross-Strait relations, but it also brought emotional pain to the Taiwanese people, restricts Taiwan's freedom and democracy, and has a serious impact on security in the East-Asia region." 5. Cutaway to the press 6. SOUND...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Taoyuan Airport steps up security after Taiwan cited as enemy of IS

    Taiwan was identified in an Islamic State video on Wednesday as part of the anti-terrorism coalition by the United States. Release of the video led to stepped up security. Patrols were being beefed up at major transportation hubs including international gateway, Taoyuan International Airport. Aside from having their bags checked by X-ray machine, passengers at Taoyuan Airport also underwent body searches after passing through metal detectors.Li Chun-tehTaoyuan Airport Corp. Executive There are more security procedures and passenger numbers are higher. So we recommend passengers get to the airport about a half an hour earlier than normal to give themselves plenty of time to catch their flights. The airport raised its state of alert after Taiwan’s flag appeared on an ISIS video. A SWAT team ...

    published: 27 Nov 2015
  • Taiwan says new law will have serious impact on EAsia security

    SHOTLIST 1. Wide shot of the press conference by Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council 2. Close up on the logo of Mainland Affairs Council 3. Cutaway to the press 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Joseph Wu, Chairman of Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council: "Today, the Chinese government turned the fictitious 'one-China principle' into a law that clearly states that 'unification' is the 'Taiwanese people's legal duty and sacred responsibility,' thereby unilaterally changing the status quo in the Taiwan Strait. Not only is this kind of serious provocation unhelpful to the development of cross-Strait relations, but it also brought emotional pain to the Taiwanese people, restricts Taiwan's freedom and democracy, and has a serious impact on security in the East-Asia region." 5. Cutaway to the press ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • TAIWAN DEVELOPS MISSILE TO STRIKE CHINA, PROMISES BLOODY WAR IF ATTACKED TOP 5 FACTS

    INTRODUCTION: Taiwan, for the first time, publicly claimed that it is capable of launching missiles that will hit China. Minister of National Defense, Feng Shih-kuan, asserted this while delivering a four-yearly report to parliament. Taiwan has previously acknowledged that it produces cruise missiles, but it had never specified their capabilities.  Let us go into the details. ASSERTION: As per report, the Taiwanese missiles could travel over 1,500 kilometers. This means it has enough range to target a significant part of Chinese territory. The report added, "Should the enemy insist on invading, we will weaken their capabilities by striking enemy troops at their home bases, fighting them at sea, crushing them as they approach the coastlines, and wiping them out on the beaches". Th...

    published: 22 Mar 2017
  • Taiwan Coins: Secret Security Features

    If you look carefully at Taiwan's coins in circulation, there are many that exhibit security features to deter counterfeiters. Normally, the security features are on paper notes, but apparently it has become popular for some to make fake coins as well. The security features on coins show different images if you view the coins at different angles. From left to right, they are 1 yuan, 5 yuan, 10 yuan, and 50 yuan. The top coin is an old version of the 10 yuan with no security features. Interesting information for coin collectors or numismatics. Yuan is depicted as 元 or 圆. Republic of China (ROC) is depicted as 中華民国, which rules over Taiwan.

    published: 22 Dec 2013
  • U.S.-Taiwan Relations: Prospects for Security and Economic Ties

    Amid renewed interest in assessing cross-Strait relations, the question remains how the latest developments may impact Taiwan itself. Join us for a discussion about the outlook for U.S.-Taiwan relations from a political, security, as well as economic perspective and the evolution of Taiwan’s position in Asia.

    published: 25 Jan 2017
  • Taiwan's Marginalized Role in International Security

    Taiwan's ambiguous sovereignty status has led to its exclusion from the vast majority of international organizations. This marginalization has left a critical void not only in the security of Taiwan's 23 million people, but also in the security of the global community. Despite possessing both the means and the desire to serve as a responsible stakeholder, Taiwan can neither benefit from most international security bodies nor share its considerable reservoir of knowledge and expertise for the common good. Join us for a discussion with Congressman Salmon and Representative Shen as we explore Taiwan's role in international security.

    published: 27 Feb 2015
  • Leave No One Behind: World Health Security Needs Taiwan, Taiwan Needs the WHO

    Over the last half century, millions of patients all over the world have received medical assistance from Taiwan. Regardless of distance, regardless of nationality, Taiwan was always there, leading, teaching, caring, and unceasingly living by the mantra, Leave No One Behind. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. This short video is filled with stories of life, hope, and second chances. Watch it first, then click the link below to learn more. http://leavenoonebehind.com.tw/en/ 【WHO cares, Taiwan cares】 半世紀以來,全球數百萬位於遙遠地區的病患,受到台灣醫事人員的治療,不論距離有多遙遠,即便是在陌生的國度,我們眼裡閃耀著共同的願望是﹣在人類不斷向前時,Leave no one behind 點閱以下網址,現在就透過照片之美,感受生命的力量 http://leavenoonebehind.com.tw/zh/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The September 2015 UN Summit adopting...

    published: 25 Apr 2017
  • Taiwan and the Future of Regional Security in the Pacific

    Seth Cropsey, Richard Fisher, and Ian Easton discuss the future of the U.S.-Taiwan alliance and tensions in the South and East China Seas.

    published: 16 Dec 2015
  • Taiwan Security show

    Kanrich Video Doorphone

    published: 09 Sep 2010
  • Taiwan lady abusing security officer 👮 in Singapore

    A 30 year old Taiwanese woman Dina Huang Chih Yung working in the financial industry was charged in Court for verbally abusing a security officer Jeiv Anay Alimithu on 7 December 2016. Huang is also accused of attempting to assault and bite taxi driver Cheng Teck Wei at Skysuites@Anson condominium.

    published: 12 Jun 2017
  • TAIWAN: TAIPEI: NATIONAL SECURITY BUREAU SHOWS OFF BODYGUARDS

    Mandarin/Nat Taiwan's National Security Bureau, once an arm of authoritarian rule, has unveiled part of its new democratic look. It has proudly put on display the bodyguards who will protect the island's candidates for its inaugural election. But some still have their doubts about the Bureau - remembering days when it was better known for arresting politicians - instead of protecting them. These crack agents have been assigned to protect the four sets of presidential and vice presidential candidates. They are the elite members of the National Security Bureau's (N-S-B) Special Service Command Centre and are responsible for their day to day safety until polling day on March 24. Until the lifting of martial law in 1987, opposition parties were banned by the ruling Nationa...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • TFD-Isodarco Taiwan 2017: an International Seminar on Asia-Pacific Cooperative Security

    an International Seminar on Asia-Pacific Cooperative Security: Missile Technology Control Regime-Cyber Warfare-the East and South Seas May 26-29, 2017 Taipei, Taiwan Organizers - International School on Disarmament and Research on Conflicts (ISODARCO), Italy - Taiwan Foundation of Democracy (TFD), Foundation of Medical Professionals Alliance in Taiwan Director of the School Carlo Schaerf (ISODARCO, Rome, Italy) Directors of the Seminar I-Jen Chiou (CEO, New Frontier Foundation, Taiwan) Shu Yuan Hsieh (Independent Researcher, Taiwan)

    published: 20 Apr 2017
  • Taiwan Safety and Security Market 2013

    Due to an increase in concern for public safety and natural disasters, the safety and security industry has emerged as a promising market for U.S. companies. Imports of high-end products will continue to grow to meet strong demand created by relatively weak domestic competition. The Taiwan import market is expected to increase annually by 5-10 percent. American safety and security products enjoy an excellent reputation in Taiwan and are highly regarded for their product design, quality, and state-of-the-art technology. The best prospects for U.S. suppliers are fire protection equipment, access control and surveillance products, and web-based information security systems. During the most recent economic downturn, security is an area that most companies were not willing to cut. For more:...

    published: 08 Apr 2014
  • Security taiwan lucuuu...

    published: 21 Sep 2015
  • Coconut Security - Taiwan Beach

    Baisha, Kenting, Taiwan

    published: 09 Jan 2016
  • Taiwan Security Door

    published: 18 Apr 2017
  • 1113AS TAIWAN-CYBER SECURITY

    1113AS TAIWAN-CYBER SECURITY

    published: 30 Mar 2015
  • Dan Blumenthal: Why we need a stronger and more secure Taiwan

    published: 26 Oct 2012
Taiwan Airport Increases Security after Terrorist Attacks in Brussels

Taiwan Airport Increases Security after Terrorist Attacks in Brussels

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The police have increased security in Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport after the bomb attacks at a Brussels airport and a metro station which left more than 30 people dead on Tuesday. The SWAT team members who were heavily armed with guns increased their patrols at the airport in case of any emergencies. They took steps to monitor every corner of the airport around the clock. The airport has intensified screening measures to make sure there are no dangerous objects in travelers' luggage and police dogs have a strong presence in order to check each piece of luggage. More on: http://newscontent.cctv.com/NewJsp/news.jsp?fileId=347699 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmv5DbNpxH8X2eQxJBqEjKQ CCTV+ official website: http://newscontent.cctv.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content? Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/CCTV/756877521031964 Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewsContentPLUS
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Coconut Security - Taiwan Beach

Coconut Security - Taiwan Beach

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Baisha, Kenting, Taiwan
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Every Day is Halloween with Taiwan's Security Forces! (w/t Chinese Subtitles) | China Uncensored

Every Day is Halloween with Taiwan's Security Forces! (w/t Chinese Subtitles) | China Uncensored

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  • Updated: 31 Oct 2013
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The new uniforms for Taiwanese security forces look like something torn from the page of the Necronomicon. These bulletproof facemasks would make the perfect Halloween costume. Or villain for the next Friday the 13th movie. So why the terrifying nightmare uniforms? Well, that's because China is right next door and has vowed to bring the island under mainland rule, by force if necessary. So maybe the Republic of China is trying its hand at psychological warfare. Or preparing to make dystopian future scifi/horror movies. Subscribe for more China Uncensored: http://www.youtube.com/ntdchinauncensored Make sure to share with your friends! ______________________________ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChinaUncensored Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ChinaUncensored ______________________________
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Opportunities for Taiwan's Security, the Indigenous Submarine, and U.S. Policy

Opportunities for Taiwan's Security, the Indigenous Submarine, and U.S. Policy

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  • Updated: 22 Jun 2017
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The security relationship between Taiwan and the United States has endured decades. The United States remains committed to Taiwan’s security and has demonstrated as much with the sale of military equipment and other tangible support, as provisioned under the Taiwan Relations Act. Today, the People’s Republic of China continues to flex its growing diplomatic, political, and military muscle in the region, accelerating the development of its naval forces, including surface, subsurface, and amphibious capabilities. These present a challenge not only to Taiwan’s security, but also to the standing of the U.S. Navy in the western Pacific. To adapt, Taiwan has initiated its own programs, including the development of domestically designed and built submarines. On June 22, Hudson Institute’s Center for American Seapower hosted a distinguished panel of experts to examine the evolving U.S.-Taiwan security relationship. The discussion looked at the PRC’s naval and amphibious threats to the balance of power in the western Pacific, what the U.S. can do to further support the Taiwanese military with weapons sales and technical assistance, and how U.S. policy can promote Taiwanese defense in the future. The panel featured Dr. Craig Hooper, senior analyst at Gryphon Scientific; Dr. Stephen Bryen, a senior fellow at the American Center for Democracy; and Michael Mazza, research fellow in foreign and defense policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute. Dr. Seth Cropsey, the director of Hudson Institute’s Center for American Seapower, moderated the discussion.
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Leave No One Behind : Global Health Security needs Taiwan,  Taiwan needs WHO

Leave No One Behind : Global Health Security needs Taiwan, Taiwan needs WHO

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  • Updated: 22 May 2017
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At the press conference, Dr. CHEN Shih-chung will explain how Taiwan’s inclusion in the WHA and WHO can ensure a seamless global health system and epidemic control.
https://wn.com/Leave_No_One_Behind_Global_Health_Security_Needs_Taiwan,_Taiwan_Needs_Who
Reaffirming the U.S.-Taiwan Security Relationship

Reaffirming the U.S.-Taiwan Security Relationship

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U.S. Taiwan Security Relations

U.S. Taiwan Security Relations

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CNAS hosted a public experts' discussion on "Evaluating the Security Environment 35 Years after the Taiwan Relations Act" with The Honorable Andrew Hsia, Deputy Minister of National Defense, Ministry of National Defense (MND), Taiwan.
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Taiwan's Presidential Office to enhance security after attack

Taiwan's Presidential Office to enhance security after attack

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  • Updated: 29 Jan 2014
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A man rammed his 35-tonne dump truck into Taiwan's Presidential Office on Jan 25th, smashing security railings and eventually stopped by a bulletproof security screen. The incident exposed the Presidential Office's lax security, which leaves the guards only five seconds to react to any attack. The security guards had only five second to stop the 41-year-old assailant named Chang Te-Cheng (張正德), who was driving 72 km/hr towards the Presidential Office. The bulletproof screen needs eight seconds to be completely shut. Fortunately, the half-closed screen managed to stop the speeding truck. A cross-agency meeting, which was convened the Presidential Office Secretary-General Timothy Yang, was called to discuss security enhancements. At least 20 granite rocks have now been placed in front of the Presidential Office as a temporary security measure after the attack. Steel will be added to the bulletproof screen during restoration. . ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­ Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Check out our official website: http://us.tomonews.net/ For news that's fun and never boring, visit our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TomoNewsUS Subscribe to stay updated on all the top stories: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TomoNewsUS Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://gplus.to/TomoNewsUS
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Security taiwan lucuuu...

Security taiwan lucuuu...

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Hong Kong, Taiwan independence movements put on China's national security agenda

Hong Kong, Taiwan independence movements put on China's national security agenda

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中 국가안전과제에 '홍콩•대만 독립활동' 포함…간섭 강화될듯 Independence movements in Hong Kong and Taiwan are set to become more difficult. China's Communist Party has put separatist activities in Hong Kong and Taiwan as focuses of its national security strategy for the first time. With more on this and other news in East Asia..we turn to Ro Aram... Aram... Beijing appears to be cementing its grip on power and sending out a warning to independence activists... Yes Jihye, the measures were highlighted in the latest edition of Qiushi Journal, which is a magazine of the party's Central Committee. It states the central government in Beijing will continue to implement the principle of ‘one country, two systems’ and curb Hong Kong independence according to the law. In regards to Taiwan, the article says Beijing will promote cross-strait relations, but also resolutely carry out the struggle against independence. The article adds that these separatist forces are eroding the foundations of the party’s rule and that political security is key to securing the party's leadership, the socialist system and the authority of President Xi Jinping. The statement comes less than a month after Premier Li Keqiang gave an unprecedented warning to Hong Kong saying its independence movement would lead nowhere. However, some experts are saying that the security strategy is not a static document and could vary depending on threats to the Communist Party's rule. This is because Beijing's National Security Council doesn't solely focus on security, but a wide range of issues including politics and economy. The national security agenda also highlights other issues, including the need for international cooperation, curbing financial risks and protecting the environment. Critics of the party's latest move say that the central government is being too suspicious and that it should be seeking alliances rather than defining enemies. VisitArirang NewsOfficial Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
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Taiwan says new law will have serious impact on EAsia security

Taiwan says new law will have serious impact on EAsia security

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SHOTLIST 1. Wide shot of press conference by Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council 2. Close up on logo of Mainland Affairs Council 3. Cutaway to the press 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Joseph Wu, Chairman of Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council: "Today, the Chinese government turned the fictitious 'one-China principle' into a law that clearly states that 'unification' is the 'Taiwanese people's legal duty and sacred responsibility,' thereby unilaterally changing the status quo in the Taiwan Strait. Not only is this kind of serious provocation unhelpful to the development of cross-Strait relations, but it also brought emotional pain to the Taiwanese people, restricts Taiwan's freedom and democracy, and has a serious impact on security in the East-Asia region." 5. Cutaway to the press 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Joseph Wu, Chairman of Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council "In order to protect Taiwan's national interest, the Taiwanese government is assessing the impact of the 'anti-separation law' to the cross-Strait relations. We will employ necessary measures to reduce negative impact caused by the irrational actions of the Chinese authorities. At this point, the most important matter is that the Chinese government should sincerely apologise to the Taiwanese people for their grave mistake." 7. Various shots of protesters 8. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Chen Chien-ming, Secretary-General of Taiwan Solidarity Union: "We should take the passage of the legislation as a warning. We hope that President Chen, based on the referendum law in Taiwan, will launch a referendum on May 14. This is a show of Taiwanese people's will in protecting Taiwan." 9. Various shots of protesters with masks covering faces 10. SOUNDBITE: (English) Alexander Huang, political analyst: "To a deeper degree, I think it also infringe upon Taiwan's sovereignty and also hurt the feelings of Taiwanese people. So, overall, I'd say this is a bad law and it's inappropriate. It's not necessary from the standpoint of Taiwan." 11. Military police parading in Taiwan's Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall STORYLINE China's anti-secessionist law will have a serious impact on security in East Asia, Taiwan's government warned, in its first reaction since China's legislature enacted the bill on Monday. China passed the law despite US appeals for restraint and warnings by Taiwan that it would damage regional stability and tenuous relations between Beijing and Taipei. "Not only is this kind of serious provocation unhelpful" to relations, said Joseph Wu, chairman of the government's Mainland Affairs Council, "but it also brought emotional pain to the Taiwanese people, restricts Taiwan's freedom and democracy, and has a serious impact on security in the East-Asia region." The Chinese law authorises force to stop Taiwan from pursuing formal independence, but it doesn't give details of what specific developments might trigger an attack. It adds no new threats or conditions, but it codifies the measures for authorising military action. Taiwan and China split in 1949, but the communist mainland claims the self-ruled island as its territory and has threatened repeatedly to attack if it tries to make its de facto independence permanent. Wu said the law is "so illusive that it provides a blank cheque" for China to use force to "annex Taiwan". The law "inevitably violate the fundamental rights of the Taiwanese" and has caused "utter resentment" among the Taiwanese, he said. As China refused to renounce the use of force against Taiwan, "it will be difficult to maintain true peace and stability in the Asia-Pacific region," he warned. Beijing has all along called Taiwan an internal issue. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d7a016461c86527f0c8319e127797ba2 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Taoyuan Airport steps up security after Taiwan cited as enemy of IS

Taoyuan Airport steps up security after Taiwan cited as enemy of IS

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Taiwan was identified in an Islamic State video on Wednesday as part of the anti-terrorism coalition by the United States. Release of the video led to stepped up security. Patrols were being beefed up at major transportation hubs including international gateway, Taoyuan International Airport. Aside from having their bags checked by X-ray machine, passengers at Taoyuan Airport also underwent body searches after passing through metal detectors.Li Chun-tehTaoyuan Airport Corp. Executive There are more security procedures and passenger numbers are higher. So we recommend passengers get to the airport about a half an hour earlier than normal to give themselves plenty of time to catch their flights. The airport raised its state of alert after Taiwan’s flag appeared on an ISIS video. A SWAT team added patrols around the airport’s perimeter and bomb-sniffing dogs have been deployed. Beyond the airport, policemen are patrolling platforms and train carriages at Taipei Railway Station.Lee Tien-tuoFormer National Security Bureau OfficialThe terrorist attacks that occurred in Paris demonstrated one thing – that war has become part of our lives and can occur around you at any time. And it’s not just a single incident. When so many happen at the same time, do we have the ability to handle it?After the attacks in Paris, Taiwan is taking its own precautionary measures, and tightening its security net at home.
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Taiwan says new law will have serious impact on EAsia security

Taiwan says new law will have serious impact on EAsia security

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SHOTLIST 1. Wide shot of the press conference by Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council 2. Close up on the logo of Mainland Affairs Council 3. Cutaway to the press 4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Joseph Wu, Chairman of Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council: "Today, the Chinese government turned the fictitious 'one-China principle' into a law that clearly states that 'unification' is the 'Taiwanese people's legal duty and sacred responsibility,' thereby unilaterally changing the status quo in the Taiwan Strait. Not only is this kind of serious provocation unhelpful to the development of cross-Strait relations, but it also brought emotional pain to the Taiwanese people, restricts Taiwan's freedom and democracy, and has a serious impact on security in the East-Asia region." 5. Cutaway to the press 6 . SOUNDBITE: (English) Joseph Wu, Chairman of Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council "In order to protect Taiwan's national interest, the Taiwanese government is assessing the impact of the 'anti-separation law' to the cross-Strait relations. We will employ necessary measures to reduce negative impact caused by the irrational actions of the Chinese authorities. At this point, the most important matter is that the Chinese government should sincerely apologise to the Taiwanese people for their grave mistake." 7. Wide shot of people protesting with banners and posters 8. Close up on protesters 9. Wide shot of protesters 10. Various shots of protesters with masks written with "anti-China." 11. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Chen Chien-ming, Secretary-General of Taiwan Solidarity Union: "We should take the passage of the legislation as a warning. We hope that President Chen, based on the referendum law in Taiwan, will launch a referendum on May 14. This is a show of Taiwanese people's will in protecting Taiwan." 12. Various shots of a roundtable discussion by analysts 13. SOUNDBITE: (English) Alexander Huang, political analyst: "I think the passage of the so-called anti-secession law is a great disturbance to the current cross-Strait relations and also probably compromise to positive atmosphere that we built upon since the new year charters. To a deeper degree, I think it also infringe upon Taiwan's sovereignty and also hurt the feelings of Taiwanese people. So, overall, I'd say this is a bad law and it's inappropriate. It's not necessary." 14. Wide shot of two men playing er-hu, a kind of traditional Chinese instrument 15. Close up on man's hand 16. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Mr. Wang, vox pop: "I think both sides should seek for a resolution through peaceful means instead of military force. No matter what, I think they should seek for peaceful resolution to solve the cross-Strait disputes." 17. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) Vox pop, Steven Chen "I think both sides should have positive interactions so as to move forward the cross-strait relations. I don't want to see Taiwan as being a limited space in the international society because of the passage of the legislation." 18. Military police parading in Taiwan's Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall STORYLINE China's anti-secessionist law will have a serious impact on security in East Asia, Taiwan's government warned, in its first reaction since China's legislature enacted the bill Monday. China passed the law despite US appeals for restraint and warnings by Taiwan that it would damage regional stability and tenuous relations between Beijing and Taipei. "Not only is this kind of serious provocation unhelpful" to relations, said Joseph Wu, chairman of the government's Mainland Affairs Council, "but it also brought emotional pain to the Taiwanese people, restricts Taiwan's freedom and democracy, and has a serious impact on security in the East-Asia region." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2c8dcca684ca2bece7f543929aadbd2d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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TAIWAN DEVELOPS MISSILE TO STRIKE CHINA, PROMISES BLOODY WAR IF ATTACKED TOP 5 FACTS

TAIWAN DEVELOPS MISSILE TO STRIKE CHINA, PROMISES BLOODY WAR IF ATTACKED TOP 5 FACTS

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INTRODUCTION: Taiwan, for the first time, publicly claimed that it is capable of launching missiles that will hit China. Minister of National Defense, Feng Shih-kuan, asserted this while delivering a four-yearly report to parliament. Taiwan has previously acknowledged that it produces cruise missiles, but it had never specified their capabilities.  Let us go into the details. ASSERTION: As per report, the Taiwanese missiles could travel over 1,500 kilometers. This means it has enough range to target a significant part of Chinese territory. The report added, "Should the enemy insist on invading, we will weaken their capabilities by striking enemy troops at their home bases, fighting them at sea, crushing them as they approach the coastlines, and wiping them out on the beaches". This report provides a glimpse of Taiwan’s plan to counter Chinese military might. CONTEXT: Taiwan –China conflict can be traced back to 1949, and the end of the Chinese civil war. The defeated Nationalists retreated to Taiwan and set up their own government, while the victorious Communists declared the People's Republic of China. Both sides said they represented all of China. China still considers Taiwan as part of its territory and is willing to bring it back into its fold, by force if necessary. This is despite the fact that the island has been self-governing after the two sides split in 1949. FUTURE PLANS: Apart from the Cruise missile program, Taiwan is set for multiple military equipment purchase and upgrades. 1. The Taiwan's Ministry of National Defense plans to buy F 35 stealth fighter jets, with short or vertical takeoff and landing abilities from the United States. This if come finalized will be one of the most significant developments for Taiwan. 2. According to the Pentagon’s 2014 report on China, if war were to break out Taiwan would face upwards of 34 Peoples Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) submarines. Currently Taiwan has about a dozen of submarines. Hence, Taiwan plans to develop home-grown submarines and upgrade surface vessels. 3. Improve air-defense missile systems and road-mobile missile systems. 4. Establish a fleet of unmanned aerial combat drones. Together these capabilities may not be sufficient to thwart Chinese forces, but will buy Taiwan enough time, so that the international community can get involved, and put pressure on China. CONCLUSION: Despite the shadowy security environment where U S supports for Taiwan flickers, a robust Taiwanese defense is a strong interest of the United States. This is because, Taiwan is located at the center of the first island chain that brackets the Asian mainland.  USA has sold Taiwan $12 billion worth of arms since the 1970s as part of an agreement that commits Washington to helping Taiwan defend itself, and will continue to do so in foreseeable future. Instead of making friendship with neighboring countries, China has developed enmity with highhandedness.  Not only Taiwan, Japan, Vietnam and India has been conscious of increased Chinese aggressiveness, and has responded by upgrading military infrastructure. USA has increased its presence in the region and is set to be more active. China is increasingly getting surrounded by countries, which are hostile towards it.
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Taiwan Coins: Secret Security Features

Taiwan Coins: Secret Security Features

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If you look carefully at Taiwan's coins in circulation, there are many that exhibit security features to deter counterfeiters. Normally, the security features are on paper notes, but apparently it has become popular for some to make fake coins as well. The security features on coins show different images if you view the coins at different angles. From left to right, they are 1 yuan, 5 yuan, 10 yuan, and 50 yuan. The top coin is an old version of the 10 yuan with no security features. Interesting information for coin collectors or numismatics. Yuan is depicted as 元 or 圆. Republic of China (ROC) is depicted as 中華民国, which rules over Taiwan.
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U.S.-Taiwan Relations: Prospects for Security and Economic Ties

U.S.-Taiwan Relations: Prospects for Security and Economic Ties

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Amid renewed interest in assessing cross-Strait relations, the question remains how the latest developments may impact Taiwan itself. Join us for a discussion about the outlook for U.S.-Taiwan relations from a political, security, as well as economic perspective and the evolution of Taiwan’s position in Asia.
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Taiwan's Marginalized Role in International Security

Taiwan's Marginalized Role in International Security

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Taiwan's ambiguous sovereignty status has led to its exclusion from the vast majority of international organizations. This marginalization has left a critical void not only in the security of Taiwan's 23 million people, but also in the security of the global community. Despite possessing both the means and the desire to serve as a responsible stakeholder, Taiwan can neither benefit from most international security bodies nor share its considerable reservoir of knowledge and expertise for the common good. Join us for a discussion with Congressman Salmon and Representative Shen as we explore Taiwan's role in international security.
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Leave No One Behind: World Health Security Needs Taiwan, Taiwan Needs the WHO

Leave No One Behind: World Health Security Needs Taiwan, Taiwan Needs the WHO

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Over the last half century, millions of patients all over the world have received medical assistance from Taiwan. Regardless of distance, regardless of nationality, Taiwan was always there, leading, teaching, caring, and unceasingly living by the mantra, Leave No One Behind. They say a picture is worth a thousand words. This short video is filled with stories of life, hope, and second chances. Watch it first, then click the link below to learn more. http://leavenoonebehind.com.tw/en/ 【WHO cares, Taiwan cares】 半世紀以來,全球數百萬位於遙遠地區的病患,受到台灣醫事人員的治療,不論距離有多遙遠,即便是在陌生的國度,我們眼裡閃耀著共同的願望是﹣在人類不斷向前時,Leave no one behind 點閱以下網址,現在就透過照片之美,感受生命的力量 http://leavenoonebehind.com.tw/zh/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The September 2015 UN Summit adopting the post-2015 development agenda addressed the need to expand upon the Millennium Development Goals by delineating Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) via the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Among the goals laid out, the third mandates good health and well-being for all at all ages, pledging to promote sustainable development in a way that leaves no one behind. While the Republic of China (Taiwan) is not represented in the UN, it is a member of the global family, and will continue to share its medical resources to contribute to the health of all people and to the attainment of the SDGs. This year marks the 70th anniversary of the World Health Organization’s founding, and that organization’s theme for this year is building better systems for health in the age of sustainable development. To follow in this same spirit, Taiwan has put together this exhibit to showcase its contributions to global health, made over many decades and many miles. Please visit leavenoonebehind.com.tw for more details.
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Taiwan and the Future of Regional Security in the Pacific

Taiwan and the Future of Regional Security in the Pacific

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Seth Cropsey, Richard Fisher, and Ian Easton discuss the future of the U.S.-Taiwan alliance and tensions in the South and East China Seas.
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Taiwan Security show

Taiwan Security show

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Kanrich Video Doorphone
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Taiwan lady abusing security officer 👮 in Singapore

Taiwan lady abusing security officer 👮 in Singapore

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A 30 year old Taiwanese woman Dina Huang Chih Yung working in the financial industry was charged in Court for verbally abusing a security officer Jeiv Anay Alimithu on 7 December 2016. Huang is also accused of attempting to assault and bite taxi driver Cheng Teck Wei at Skysuites@Anson condominium.
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TAIWAN: TAIPEI: NATIONAL SECURITY BUREAU SHOWS OFF BODYGUARDS

TAIWAN: TAIPEI: NATIONAL SECURITY BUREAU SHOWS OFF BODYGUARDS

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Mandarin/Nat Taiwan's National Security Bureau, once an arm of authoritarian rule, has unveiled part of its new democratic look. It has proudly put on display the bodyguards who will protect the island's candidates for its inaugural election. But some still have their doubts about the Bureau - remembering days when it was better known for arresting politicians - instead of protecting them. These crack agents have been assigned to protect the four sets of presidential and vice presidential candidates. They are the elite members of the National Security Bureau's (N-S-B) Special Service Command Centre and are responsible for their day to day safety until polling day on March 24. Until the lifting of martial law in 1987, opposition parties were banned by the ruling Nationalist Party. During this time, the N-S-B earned a reputation for spying on anyone who was deemed to be an `enemy' of the government. Some opposition candidates, uncomfortable to hand over sensitive campaigning information, are reportedly reluctant to take up the offer of N-S-B protection. But the Bureau says its is now politically neutral and that the past should be left behind. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "Every candidate should accept our protection mission. There are now only some technical details that need to be worked out with each candidate." SUPERCAPTION: Yin Tsung-wen, N-S-B Director The Bureau is taking its new protective role seriously. Each candidate and running mate will be provided with 32 guards, armed with M16s and submachine guards. No direct threats on candidates has been identified, but Taiwan is known for its volatile politics. Last November, a gunman killed the speaker of the Local Assembly and fights are common in the legislative. As well, campaign offices are sometimes destroyed and legislative candidates threatened. Taipei is awash with rumours that China, which still claims Taiwan for itself, may try to disrupt the elections. But the N-S-B is confident that it is a match for any threat - from inside or outside Taiwan. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "Our intelligence agencies should be able to monitor such situations. As for us, we are always prepared for the worst, no matter whether it happens or not." SUPERCAPTION: Lieutenant Colonel Liu Fu-Kuei, Commander of the N-S-B Special Missions To meet the needs of the only woman candidate, four female guards have been specially trained. They receive no favours - their training and preparation was every bit as rigorous as for their male colleagues. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "We got through strict physical training every day, plus special training and of course basic knowledge of legal affairs. So I am honoured and confident about the mission. SUPERCAPTION: unnamed member of the Presidential Protection Team These protectors of Taiwan's inaugural election are getting some well earned rest. They have been given the weekend off before starting their tour of duty with the candidates on Monday. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/faeeb68d5c72589a92381ba7c3b5ddea Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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TFD-Isodarco Taiwan 2017: an International Seminar on Asia-Pacific Cooperative Security

TFD-Isodarco Taiwan 2017: an International Seminar on Asia-Pacific Cooperative Security

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an International Seminar on Asia-Pacific Cooperative Security: Missile Technology Control Regime-Cyber Warfare-the East and South Seas May 26-29, 2017 Taipei, Taiwan Organizers - International School on Disarmament and Research on Conflicts (ISODARCO), Italy - Taiwan Foundation of Democracy (TFD), Foundation of Medical Professionals Alliance in Taiwan Director of the School Carlo Schaerf (ISODARCO, Rome, Italy) Directors of the Seminar I-Jen Chiou (CEO, New Frontier Foundation, Taiwan) Shu Yuan Hsieh (Independent Researcher, Taiwan)
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Taiwan Safety and Security Market 2013

Taiwan Safety and Security Market 2013

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Due to an increase in concern for public safety and natural disasters, the safety and security industry has emerged as a promising market for U.S. companies. Imports of high-end products will continue to grow to meet strong demand created by relatively weak domestic competition. The Taiwan import market is expected to increase annually by 5-10 percent. American safety and security products enjoy an excellent reputation in Taiwan and are highly regarded for their product design, quality, and state-of-the-art technology. The best prospects for U.S. suppliers are fire protection equipment, access control and surveillance products, and web-based information security systems. During the most recent economic downturn, security is an area that most companies were not willing to cut. For more: http://export.gov/taiwan/doingbusinessintaiwan/
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Security taiwan lucuuu...

Security taiwan lucuuu...

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Coconut Security - Taiwan Beach

Coconut Security - Taiwan Beach

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Baisha, Kenting, Taiwan
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Taiwan Security Door

Taiwan Security Door

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1113AS TAIWAN-CYBER SECURITY

1113AS TAIWAN-CYBER SECURITY

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1113AS TAIWAN-CYBER SECURITY
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Dan Blumenthal: Why we need a stronger and more secure Taiwan

Dan Blumenthal: Why we need a stronger and more secure Taiwan

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