Voters in the Republic of China go to the polls for the 2012 presidential election. Incumbent President Ma Ying-jeou ultimately wins re-election with 51% of the vote, defeating Democratic Progressive Party chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen.
Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou was re-elected Saturday, leveraging his message of greater prosperity through expanded ties with China.
Taiwan's opposition leader Tsai Ing-wen launches her presidential bid. 2011-03-11 (Context: Taiwan, Tsai Ing-wen, presidential election)
China says Chinese passengers flying from the Chinese cities of Nanchang, Kunming, and Chongqing, will be allowed to stop at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport before flying to a third destination. Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou applauded this step toward normalizing relations between the two states. Taiwan's opposition party expressed concern that Beijing is trying to interfere with the country's January 16, 2016, presidential and legislative elections. 2016-01-5 (Context: Democratic Progressive Party, Ma Ying-jeou)
The President of Taiwan Ma Ying-jeou visits Taiping Island, Taiwan's largest island in the South China Sea, despite the United States warning it could provoke diplomatic tensions with the People's Republic of China and other nations in the area. 2016-01-28 (Context: Ma Ying-jeou, President of Taiwan)
Tsai Ing-wen of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) is elected the first female President of Taiwan. Eric Chu, the ruling Kuomintang (Chinese Nationalist Party) candidate concedes defeat and announced his resignation as party leader. Ms. Tsai vowed to preserve the status quo in relations with China. The DPP supports independence for the island. 2016-01-16 (Context: Democratic Progressive Party, Tsai Ing-wen)
The Special Investigation Division of Taiwan initiates a review stemming from allegations that President Ma Ying-jeou has received illegal political donations from Ting Hsin International Group, a disgraced conglomerate at the center of the recent food scandal. 2014-12-26 (Context: Ma Ying-jeou, President of Taiwan)