Taiwan’s Independence Movement & its Effect Across the Taiwan Strait

by PAUL HUANG, University of Toronto '23 When Chiang Kai-shek arrived on the island of Formosa in December 1949, a Taiwanese future seemed attainable. Before long, nationalists believed that a Taiwanese regime would retake the mainland and reinstate imperial legitimacy. After seven decades, however, Taiwan is no longer on the same trajectory. Instead, it is... Continue Reading →

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