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Taiwan: War bill a big provocation  Taiwan's government has warned that China's new anti-secession law will have a serious impact on security Massive anti-China march   Hundreds of thousands have marched on Taipei to protest Beijing's new law sanctioning the use of force KMT set for China visit  Main opposition party is making its first visit to China since Communist took power on the mainland in 1949 China, Taiwan opposition mend ties
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B. 01-28 Direct China-Taiwan flights start Taipei, Taiwan
C. 02-19 U.S.-Japan upset China over Taiwan Washington
D. 03-03 Taiwan awaits Chinese law decision Taiwan
E. 03-05 China: No independence for Taiwan Beijing
F. 03-07 Lays down law over Taiwan unveiled Beijing
03-13 Congress passes Taiwan bill Beijing
H. 03-14 Taiwan: War bill a big provocation Taiwan
I. 03-26 Massive anti-China march Taipei, Taiwan

  U.S. urges China to rethink Taiwan law  The administration has labelled as 'unhelpful' a law authorizing the use of military to prevent Taiwan from independence Congress passes Taiwan bill
Direct China-Taiwan flights start Map of Taipei Taiwan  The first commercial Chinese plane (China Southern) to fly direct to Taiwan in 55 years has landed in Taipei   U.S.-Japan upset China over Taiwan  Condoleezza Rice and Donald Rumsfeld held talks with their Japanese counterparts   Taiwan awaits Chinese law decision  Relations with mainland China are set to be a key issue at Beijing's annual session of parliament China: No independence for Taiwan  Premier Wen Jiabao is saying a planned anti-secession law would never permit independence for Taiwan Lays down law over Taiwan unveiled

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  A new law that would allow Beijing to use military action if peaceful means fail to stop the island pursuing independence
  A resolution authorizes Beijing to use military force to prevent Taiwan from declaring its independence

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  Taiwan's opposition leader and Chinese President promised to work together to end hostilities
Apr.30   Taiwan head seeks Beijing talks
  President Chen Shui-bian has urged the government in Beijing to open talks with his administration

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May.14   Chen's DPP wins most votes
  President Chen Shui-bian's Democratic Progressive Party won the most votes in an election

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Jul.17     Warning as typhoon nears  Taiwan is ordering schools, government offices to close as the typhoon Haitang bearsdown on the island Jul.18     Typhoon hits Taiwan
  China has evacuated more than 500,000 people as it awaits the arrival of Typhoon Haitang

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Aug.31     Taipei braces for powerful typhoon  A powerful typhoon Talim is sparking worries of flash floods and landslides and forcing offices and schools to close

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Sep.1     Typhoon hits China; 2 dead in Taiwan  Typhoon Talim shut businesses, schools and financial markets to ride out the storm

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Oct.1   Typhoon, quake leave Taiwan shaken  As typhoon Longwang approached, a moderate 5.4 earthquake shook the tiny island

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Dec.2   Tallest tower 'may cause quakes'
Map of Taipei Taiwan  A geologist has said the huge weight of Taipei 101 could be responsible for triggering a rise in seismic activity   Votes in key mid-term poll  The elections are for mayors and county magistrates, councillors and township chiefs

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