Taiwanese officer fell victim to Chinese conspiracy? Missile maker found dead in hotel #ChinaTaiwanClash

Taiwanese officer fell victim to Chinese conspiracy? Missile maker found dead in hotel #ChinaTaiwanClash

China is completely shocked by the visit of US House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan. In such a situation, he is taking out his anger on Taiwan. Maneuvers have been started with China near the border of Taiwan. Now reports are coming that he is hurting Taiwan at the grassroots level. O Yang Li-hing, deputy head of the research and development unit of the Taiwan Defense Ministry, was found dead in a hotel room in southern Taiwan early Saturday morning, according to the official Central News Agency (CNA). Officials are investigating the cause of his death, according to the CNA.

The CNA said O Yang took his position as deputy head of the military-owned National Chung-Shan Science and Technology Institute earlier this year to oversee various missile production projects and was on a business trip. His death comes amid tensions between China and Taiwan following the visit of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan.

Tensions between China and Taiwan

Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan came with a stern warning from China that it would take "firm and forceful measures to resolutely defend its national sovereignty and territorial integrity." With her arrival on August 2, the US House speaker became the highest-ranking elected US official to visit Taiwan in more than 25 years. Even before Pelosi arrived in Taiwan, her army was put on high alert to "prepare for war" with China. On the day of his visit, Chinese warships began moving toward the Taiwan coastline. The Chinese aircraft carrier Shandong (CV-17) left the Sanya naval base and the Liaoning-001 also lifted anchor from the home base in Qingdao.

A day after his visit, Taiwan's defense ministry reported that 27 Chinese fighter jets had entered its air defense area. The Chinese fleet consisted of six J-11 fighter jets, five J-16 fighter jets, and 16 SU-30 fighter jets. China said it carried out "precision missile strikes" in the Taiwan Strait when China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) began its "largest ever" military exercise, including airspace in the waters and around the island of Taiwan. Includes live firing.

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