Change Possible, Not Guaranteed With Taiwan's First Female President
The relations between China and Taiwan could change after the island nation's former opposition party was elected to office.By Melissa Prax | January 16, 2016
Taiwan just elected its first female president.
Tsai Ing-wen is from the Democratic Progressive Party, or the former opposition party. And that naturally brings up questions about Taiwan's relationship with China moving forward.
Taiwan isn't recognized everywhere as its own country — mainly because of its Chinese neighbor, which considers Taiwan a territory.