William Lai in asian news
TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — Taiwan said Monday that six Chinese balloons either flew over the island or through airspace just north of it, while Chinese warplanes and navy ships were also detected in the area.
Nauru has become Taiwan's first ally to make a diplomatic switch to Beijing, just days after the island's presidential election.
China has accused the US of sending "a gravely wrong signal" to those pushing for Taiwan's independence after Saturday's election result.
As the dust settles from the fiercely fought Taiwan presidential election won by William Lai, another unlikely winner has emerged.
Taiwanese voters have chosen William Lai as their president in a historic election, cementing a path that is increasingly divergent from China.
Beijing called him a "troublemaker" and a dangerous "separatist". Now he will be Taiwan's next president.