Chinese Unification Promotion Party

Retaliation Against Efforts To Investigate Chinese Spying In Taiwan?

Chinese spying efforts in Taiwan have been under closer scrutiny in past months, as observed in government investigation of the New Party and Chinese Unification Promotion Party. However, reports by Chinese state-run media in the last week warning against Taiwanese spies in China could be retaliation for the Tsai administration's recent efforts against Chinese spying... Read More

Does CUPP Raid Indicate Future Attempts To Crack Down On Chinese Funding Of Pro-Unification Groups?

Raids on the offices of "White Wolf" Chang An-Lo's Chinese Unification Promotion Party have led to accusations from Chang that the DPP is conducting political persecution against pan-Blue political actors. The raids took place on August 7th, with Chang An-Lo and his son called in for questioning by police on August 9th. Both were later released without jail... Read More