China has hit back at President Donald Trump by imposing new trade tariffs on $60bn of American goods.
China has said it is "irresponsible" of President Trump to suggest it was not putting enough pressure on North Korea over its nuclear programme.
The US and China are expected to impose fresh tariffs on $16bn (£12.4bn) of each other's goods on Thursday as their tit-for-tat trade war rages on.
China, however, shows no sign of bending to Washington's pressure.
"I believe that no Taiwanese people would accept such a thing," Lee said.
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Social media users in China are debating whether a male South Korean reporter being kissed by female fans during the World Cup is "sexual harassment".
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Washington's withdrawal from the UN Human Rights Council has been met with international condemnation, with even close NATO allies from Europe describing the decision as regrettable.
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US President Donald Trump is looking to impose a 10 percent tariff on another $200 billion-worth of Chinese goods, after Beijing imposed reciprocal tariffs on US imports, as part of an expanding trade war with Washington.
Responding to US President Donald Trump’s decision to impose tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese imports, Beijing has adopted a 25 percent tariff on 659 American products worth the same amount.
AN investigation is under way after a damning report revealed the horrific conditions Chinese workers face in Amazon factories.
A MEDICAL mystery is intensifying as US consulate workers in China fall ill after hearing strange high-pitched noises.
China is deploying missiles in the disputed South China Sea to intimidate and coerce its neighbours, US Defence Secretary James Mattis has said.
The US is renaming its largest military command to reflect the growing importance of the Indian Ocean in America's strategic thinking.