Formed to promote Taiwan as an independent nation, whether on a de facto or de jure basis, and to educate Taiwanese people that Taiwan is entitled to full U.N. membership because it is an independent sovereign nation, separate from China.
A non-profit organization in Washington, D.C., USA to promote the sovereignty of Taiwan.
A pro-independence resource, emphasising that Taiwan and China are two separate countries and all contact between them are classed as state-to-state.
The novelist expresses his views on the dispute with China.
A world-wide, Washington DC headquartered, non-profit organization that aims to promote international support for the right of the people of Taiwan to establish an independent and democratic country, and to join the international community; to promote peace and security for Taiwan.
An article by the president of the Formosan Association for Public Affairs Wen-Yen Chen, calling for Taiwanese self-determination.
Collection of articles discussing the relationship between the U.S. and China, particularly in the context of Taiwan.
The fundamental view of the Taiwan people regarding the relationship between Taiwan and China.
Taiwanese organizations in the USA. Dedicated to the future of Taiwan as a free, democratic and independent nation.
An article about a party in Taiwan which declares that building an independent Taiwan nation is its primary goal.