About the Show
30 years ago, China and Taiwan reached an understanding that there’s one China. This set the framework for dialogue and cooperation between both sides of the Taiwan Strait. Fast forward to today, tensions between the two governments are the worst in decades. Taipei has turned its back on the agreement, while Beijing continues to apply military and economic pressure to assert its sovereignty over the territory. The superpower has even vowed to pursue reunification at all costs, by force if necessary. And over in Taiwan, civilians pick up lessens on defence, businesses engage in activities to promote cross-strait economic cooperation and there are even attempts to use semiconductors as bargaining chips against war.