"News. China is reiterating claims over Taiwan after Taiwanese reelected their pro democracy president deciding win. NPR's Emily Really Fang reports. Sized victory is seen as a sharp rejection of Beijing's efforts to control the island China's Foreign Ministry said it hoped the world we continue to adhere to the one one China principle under which Beijing Not Taipei is recognized as the only legitimate government. It also urged the international community to quote oppose Taiwanese cessessionist activities China considers Taiwan as part of its own territory and has worked to isolate Taiwan by poaching its diplomatic allies in sailing worships the waterway separating the island from China but on Saturday a record eight million Taiwan voters chose to reelect Taiwan's presidents high over her more pro-beijing opponent in an election that has become a proxy vote on whether the island should more forcefully counter China China. I'm only Fang. NPR News Taipei. Taiwan of volcano erupted in the Philippines Sunday forcing thousands of people to leave their homes. The tall volcanoes uh-huh sits in the middle of a lake about forty five miles south of the capital Manila."