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About Walid
Walid BERRAZEG is a journalist based in Taipei, Taiwan.

Born in 1988 in Algeria, Walid BERRAZEG is a documentary photographer and freelance photojournalist.

After a bachelor's degree in management at the University of Tlemcen (Algeria), he moved to Paris to pursue a Master in Digital Marketing and Cybersecurity at the University of Créteil which he obtained in 2014.

While working in the IT sector, Walid launched into street photography, which led to covering the Parisian protests of recent years.

Today, he focuses his work on the East Asia region with the main subject of social and political movements in Hong Kong and Taiwan.

There are also two long-term projects underway: a first around the "Revolution of the Smile" in Algeria, as well as a second in the form of a documentary entitled "Suburbia", dealing with the sensitive suburbs of the United States where it highlights the "re-appropriation" of the street by the locals.
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On frontline Taiwan islands, fishermen wary of China tensions

21 Feb 2024  |  krro.com
Taiwanese fishermen near the frontline islands of Kinmen express concerns over rising tensions with China following the deaths of two Chinese nationals during a chase with Taiwan's coast guard. The incident has led to increased Chinese coast guard patrols and heightened anxiety among local fishermen. Kinmen, a historically significant and heavily fortified area, remains a point of contention between Taiwan and China, with frequent incursions by Chinese fishing vessels into Taiwanese waters.

On frontline Taiwan islands, fishermen wary of China tensions

21 Feb 2024  |  94.7 Jack FM
Taiwanese fishermen near the frontline islands of Kinmen express concerns over rising tensions with China following the deaths of two Chinese nationals during a chase with Taiwan's coast guard. The incident has led to increased Chinese coast guard patrols and heightened anxiety among local fishermen. Kinmen, a historically significant and heavily fortified area, remains a focal point of China-Taiwan relations, with local fishermen facing challenges from Chinese vessels crossing into Taiwanese waters.

The Taiwanese civilians training for a Chinese invasion – video

10 Jan 2024  |  the Guardian
Kuo Chiu, an urban design teacher at Tunghai University in Taiwan, is among many citizens practicing rifle skills in preparation for a potential Chinese invasion. With Taiwan's 160,000 active military personnel vastly outnumbered by China's 2 million-member armed forces, civilians are increasingly turning to voluntary medical and combat training. The Guardian's video team documents KC's preparations amidst rising aggressive acts from Beijing, highlighting the growing civilian readiness in Taiwan.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defense milestone

28 Sep 2023  |  japantoday.com
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically built submarine, marking a significant milestone in its defense capabilities. The move is seen as a response to China's pressure on other nations to avoid selling submarines to Taiwan. The new submarines are expected to enhance Taiwan's defensive measures against potential Chinese naval threats. Despite the challenges, including reliance on foreign parts and the differences between nuclear and diesel-electric submarines, Taiwan's initiative is viewed as a crucial step towards self-sufficiency in defense.

Taiwan reveals first domestically made submarine in defence milestone

28 Sep 2023  |  au.news.yahoo.com
Taiwan unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, the Narwhal, as part of a defense project to deter the Chinese navy. President Tsai Ing-wen highlighted the submarine's role in asymmetric warfare, with service expected in 2025. The program, which has drawn international expertise, is seen as a breakthrough for Taiwan. The United States, Taiwan's largest arms supplier, showed support through the attendance of the de facto U.S. ambassador. Taiwan plans to deploy at least two such submarines by 2027, with the possibility of equipping later models with missiles. The Narwhal will undergo sea trials and is set to join Taiwan's existing submarine fleet purchased in the 1980s.

Taiwan reveals first domestically made submarine in defence milestone

28 Sep 2023  |  ca.sports.yahoo.com
Taiwan unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, the Narwhal, as part of its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen highlighted the submarine's role in asymmetric warfare, with service expected in 2025. The project, which has drawn on international expertise, is seen as a breakthrough for Taiwan. The United States, Taiwan's largest arms supplier, showed support through the attendance of the de facto U.S. ambassador. Taiwan plans to deploy at least two such submarines by 2027, with the possibility of equipping later models with missiles. The Narwhal will undergo sea trials and is set to join Taiwan's navy by the end of 2024.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

28 Sep 2023  |  WYSL
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, the Narwhal, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project, emphasized the importance of self-reliant national defense. The submarine, which will enter service in 2025, is part of a broader effort to modernize Taiwan's armed forces amid increasing Chinese military activities. The project has involved international expertise and technology, with the first submarine costing T$49.36 billion and equipped with a combat system by Lockheed Martin Corp. Taiwan aims to deploy at least two such submarines by 2027.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

28 Sep 2023  |  92.7 The Van WYVN | Holland's Classic Hits
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project in 2016, showcased the submarine named Narwhal in Kaohsiung. The submarine, costing T$49.36 billion, features a combat system by Lockheed Martin and U.S.-made torpedoes. It will undergo sea trials next month and be delivered to the navy by the end of 2024. The program aims to deploy at least two submarines by 2027, enhancing Taiwan's asymmetric warfare capabilities and maintaining its strategic lifeline to the Pacific.

Taiwan Unveils First Domestically Made Submarine

28 Sep 2023  |  www.worldports.org
Taiwan unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, the Narwhal, marking a significant step in bolstering its defense against China. President Tsai Ing-wen emphasized the importance of self-reliant national defense, while China's defense ministry dismissed Taiwan's efforts. The project, involving expertise from several countries, underscores Taiwan's strategic defense initiatives amid increasing Chinese military pressure. The submarine, equipped with U.S. combat systems and torpedoes, will enter service in 2025, with plans for additional submarines by 2027.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defense milestone

28 Sep 2023  |  interaksyon.philstar.com
Taiwan unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, the Narwhal, as part of a defense project against the Chinese navy. President Tsai Ing-wen presented the submarine in Kaohsiung, emphasizing its role in asymmetric warfare and self-reliant defense. The Narwhal, costing T$49.36 billion, features a Lockheed Martin combat system and U.S.-made torpedoes, and is set to enter service in 2025. Taiwan plans to have at least two such submarines by 2027, with the possibility of equipping later models with missiles. The program, which has drawn on international expertise, is seen as a strategic deterrent and essential for maintaining Taiwan's maritime lifelines.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

28 Sep 2023  |  wtvbam.com
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project in 2016, showcased the submarine named Narwhal in Kaohsiung. The submarine, costing T$49.36 billion, features a combat system by Lockheed Martin and U.S.-made Mark 48 torpedoes. It will undergo sea trials before joining the navy by the end of 2024. The program aims to deploy at least two submarines by 2027, enhancing Taiwan's asymmetric warfare capabilities and maintaining its strategic lifeline to the Pacific.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

28 Sep 2023  |  985theriver.com
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project in 2016, showcased the submarine named Narwhal in Kaohsiung. The program, which aims to deploy at least two submarines by 2027, has drawn on international expertise and technology. The first submarine, costing T$49.36 billion, will feature a combat system by Lockheed Martin and U.S.-made torpedoes. Admiral Huang Shu-kuang emphasized the submarine's role as a strategic deterrent and in maintaining Taiwan's access to the Pacific.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

28 Sep 2023  |  www.marketscreener.com
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, the Narwhal, as part of a broader initiative to modernize its military amid increasing Chinese military exercises. President Tsai Ing-wen, who launched the program in 2016, emphasized the submarine's role in enhancing Taiwan's asymmetric warfare capabilities. The submarine, costing T$49.36 billion ($1.53 billion), features a combat system by Lockheed Martin and U.S.-made Mark 48 heavyweight torpedoes. It will undergo sea trials next month and is expected to be delivered to the navy by the end of 2024. The program, led by Admiral Huang Shu-kuang, aims to deploy at least two submarines by 2027, potentially equipped with missiles, to serve as a strategic deterrent and maintain Taiwan's access to the Pacific.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

28 Sep 2023  |  WIN 98.5 Your Country | WNWN-FM | Battle Creek, MI
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project, showcased the submarine named Narwhal in Kaohsiung. The submarine, costing T$49.36 billion, features a combat system by Lockheed Martin and U.S.-made Mark 48 torpedoes. It will undergo sea trials next month and be delivered to the navy by the end of 2024. The program, led by Admiral Huang Shu-kuang, aims to deploy at least two submarines by 2027, enhancing Taiwan's asymmetric warfare capabilities and maintaining its lifeline to the Pacific.

Taiwan reveals first domestically made submarine in defence milestone

28 Sep 2023  |  www.saltwire.com
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, the Narwhal, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project, emphasized the importance of self-reliant national defense. The submarine, which will enter service in 2025, is part of Taiwan's broader effort to modernize its military amid increasing Chinese military exercises. The project has involved expertise and technology from several countries, underscoring Taiwan's strategic partnerships despite its diplomatic isolation. The U.S., Taiwan's largest arms supplier, showed support through the attendance of its de facto ambassador. The submarine program aims to enhance Taiwan's asymmetric warfare capabilities and maintain its strategic lifeline to the Pacific.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

28 Sep 2023  |  www.zawya.com
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, the Narwhal, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project, emphasized the importance of self-reliant national defense. The submarine, equipped with a combat system by Lockheed Martin and U.S.-made torpedoes, will enter service in 2025. Taiwan aims to deploy at least two such submarines by 2027 to bolster its defense capabilities amid increasing Chinese military activities. The project has garnered support from various Taiwanese officials, highlighting its strategic importance.

Taiwan reveals first domestically made submarine in defence milestone

28 Sep 2023  |  malaysia.news.yahoo.com
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, the Narwhal, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project, emphasized the submarine's role in enhancing Taiwan's asymmetric warfare capabilities. The Narwhal, set to enter service in 2025, is part of a broader effort to modernize Taiwan's military amid increasing Chinese military exercises. The project has involved international expertise and technology, with the United States playing a crucial role as Taiwan's primary arms supplier. The submarine program aims to deploy at least two domestically developed submarines by 2027, potentially equipped with missiles. The initiative underscores Taiwan's commitment to self-reliant defense and strategic deterrence.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

28 Sep 2023  |  Q106 Rock On! | WJXQ | Jackson, Battle Creek & Lansing
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project in 2016, showcased the submarine in Kaohsiung, emphasizing its role in enhancing the navy's asymmetric warfare capabilities. The program, which has incorporated international expertise and technology, aims to deploy at least two submarines by 2027. The first submarine, costing T$49.36 billion, will feature a combat system by Lockheed Martin and U.S.-made torpedoes. Admiral Huang Shu-kuang highlighted the submarine's strategic deterrent value and its importance in maintaining Taiwan's access to the Pacific.

Taiwan Reveals First Domestically Made Submarine in Defense Milestone

28 Sep 2023  |  www.marinelink.com
Taiwan unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, the Narwhal, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen emphasized the importance of self-reliance in national defense. The submarine, which will enter service in 2025, is part of a broader effort to modernize Taiwan's military amid increasing Chinese military exercises. The project has involved international expertise and technology, with significant support from the United States. The submarine program aims to enhance Taiwan's asymmetric warfare capabilities and deter potential conflicts with China.

Taiwan reveals first domestically made submarine in defence milestone

28 Sep 2023  |  ca.sports.yahoo.com
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, the Narwhal, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project, emphasized the importance of self-reliant national defense. The submarine, which will enter service in 2025, is part of Taiwan's broader effort to modernize its military amid increasing Chinese military exercises. The project has involved international expertise and technology, with the United States playing a crucial role as Taiwan's largest arms supplier. The submarine program aims to enhance Taiwan's asymmetric warfare capabilities and maintain its strategic lifeline to the Pacific.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

28 Sep 2023  |  go955.com
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project in 2016, emphasized the importance of self-reliance in national defense. The submarine, named Narwhal, is part of a broader effort to modernize Taiwan's military and enhance its asymmetric warfare capabilities. The program, which has involved international expertise and technology, aims to deploy at least two submarines by 2027. The first submarine, costing T$49.36 billion, will feature a combat system by Lockheed Martin and U.S.-made Mark 48 torpedoes, with sea trials set to begin next month.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

27 Sep 2023  |  Froggy 99.9 KVOX
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project, emphasized the importance of self-reliant national defense. The submarine, named Narwhal, is part of a broader effort to modernize Taiwan's military and enhance its asymmetric warfare capabilities. The program, which has involved international expertise and technology, aims to deploy at least two submarines by 2027. The first submarine, costing $1.53 billion, will feature a combat system by Lockheed Martin and U.S.-made torpedoes, and is set to begin sea trials next month.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

27 Sep 2023  |  Duke FM | Playing the Legends of Country | Green Bay, WI
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project, showcased the submarine named Narwhal in Kaohsiung. The submarine, part of a broader effort to modernize Taiwan's military, is equipped with a combat system by Lockheed Martin and U.S.-made torpedoes. The program, which aims to deploy at least two submarines by 2027, has drawn on international expertise despite Taiwan's diplomatic isolation. Admiral Huang Shu-kuang emphasized the strategic importance of the submarines in maintaining Taiwan's access to the Pacific.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

27 Sep 2023  |  94.7 Jack FM
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project, showcased the submarine named Narwhal in Kaohsiung. The submarine, part of a broader effort to modernize Taiwan's military, is equipped with a combat system by Lockheed Martin and U.S.-made torpedoes. The program, which aims to deploy at least two submarines by 2027, has drawn on international expertise despite Taiwan's diplomatic isolation. Admiral Huang Shu-kuang emphasized the submarine's role as a strategic deterrent and in maintaining Taiwan's access to the Pacific.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

27 Sep 2023  |  mix929.com
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project in 2016, showcased the submarine named Narwhal in Kaohsiung. The submarine, costing T$49.36 billion, features a combat system by Lockheed Martin and U.S.-made Mark 48 torpedoes. It will undergo sea trials next month and be delivered to the navy by the end of 2024. The program aims to deploy at least two submarines by 2027, enhancing Taiwan's asymmetric warfare capabilities and maintaining its strategic lifeline to the Pacific.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

27 Sep 2023  |  My 95.7
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project in 2016, showcased the submarine named Narwhal in Kaohsiung. The submarine, costing T$49.36 billion, features a combat system by Lockheed Martin and U.S.-made Mark 48 torpedoes. It will undergo sea trials next month and be delivered to the navy by the end of 2024. The program aims to deploy at least two submarines by 2027, enhancing Taiwan's asymmetric warfare capabilities and maintaining its strategic lifeline to the Pacific.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

27 Sep 2023  |  krro.com
Taiwan unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, the Narwhal, as part of a project to modernize its armed forces amid frequent Chinese military exercises. President Tsai Ing-wen highlighted the submarine's role in asymmetric warfare and Taiwan's self-reliant defense policy. The program, which aims to deploy two submarines by 2027, has received international expertise and technology, with the first submarine featuring a Lockheed Martin combat system and U.S.-made torpedoes. The Narwhal will begin sea trials next month and is expected to join the navy by the end of 2024.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

27 Sep 2023  |  hot96.com
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project, showcased the submarine named Narwhal in Kaohsiung. The submarine, part of a broader effort to modernize Taiwan's military, is equipped with a combat system by Lockheed Martin and U.S.-made torpedoes. The program, which aims to deploy at least two submarines by 2027, has drawn on international expertise despite Taiwan's diplomatic isolation. Admiral Huang Shu-kuang emphasized the submarine's role as a strategic deterrent and in maintaining Taiwan's access to the Pacific.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

27 Sep 2023  |  979weve.com
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project in 2016, showcased the submarine named Narwhal in Kaohsiung. The submarine, costing T$49.36 billion, features a combat system by Lockheed Martin and U.S.-made Mark 48 torpedoes. It will undergo sea trials next month and be delivered to the navy by the end of 2024. The program aims to deploy at least two submarines by 2027, enhancing Taiwan's asymmetric warfare capabilities and maintaining its strategic lifeline to the Pacific.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

27 Sep 2023  |  WABX 107.5 | Evansville's Classic Rock Station
Taiwan unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, the Narwhal, as part of a project to modernize its armed forces amid frequent Chinese military exercises. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the program in 2016, highlighted the submarine's role in asymmetric warfare. The program, which drew on international expertise and technology, aims to deploy at least two such submarines by 2027. The Narwhal, costing T$49.36 billion, will feature a Lockheed Martin combat system and carry U.S.-made Mark 48 torpedoes. It is set for sea trials next month and will be delivered to Taiwan's Navy by the end of 2024. Admiral Huang Shu-kuang described the submarines as a strategic deterrent and essential for maintaining Taiwan's maritime lifelines.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

27 Sep 2023  |  WDEZ 101.9 FM Great Country
Taiwan has unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, marking a significant milestone in its defense strategy against China. President Tsai Ing-wen, who initiated the project in 2016, showcased the submarine named Narwhal in Kaohsiung. The submarine, costing T$49.36 billion, features a combat system by Lockheed Martin and U.S.-made Mark 48 torpedoes. It will undergo sea trials before joining the navy by the end of 2024. The program aims to deploy at least two submarines by 2027, enhancing Taiwan's asymmetric warfare capabilities and maintaining its strategic lifeline to the Pacific.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

27 Sep 2023  |  939thegame.com
Taiwan unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, the Narwhal, as part of a project to modernize its armed forces amid frequent Chinese military exercises. President Tsai Ing-wen emphasized the importance of the submarine for asymmetric warfare and self-reliant defense. The program, which drew on international expertise and technology, aims to deploy two submarines by 2027, with the possibility of equipping later models with missiles. The Narwhal, costing T$49.36 billion, will feature a Lockheed Martin combat system and carry U.S.-made torpedoes, with sea trials starting next month and delivery expected by the end of 2024. Admiral Huang Shu-kuang views the submarines as a strategic deterrent and essential for maintaining Taiwan's maritime connections.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

27 Sep 2023  |  kdal610.com
Taiwan unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, the Narwhal, as part of a project to modernize its armed forces amid frequent Chinese military exercises. President Tsai Ing-wen highlighted the submarine's role in asymmetric warfare and Taiwan's commitment to a self-reliant defense policy. The program, which drew on international expertise and technology, aims to deploy two such submarines by 2027. The Narwhal, costing T$49.36 billion, will feature a Lockheed Martin combat system and carry U.S.-made torpedoes, with sea trials starting next month and delivery by the end of 2024.

Taiwan reveals first homegrown submarine in defence milestone

27 Sep 2023  |  jackfmfargo.com
Taiwan unveiled its first domestically developed submarine, the Narwhal, as part of a project to modernize its armed forces amid frequent Chinese military exercises. President Tsai Ing-wen highlighted the submarine's role in asymmetric warfare and Taiwan's commitment to a self-reliant defense policy. The submarine, costing T$49.36 billion, features a Lockheed Martin combat system and will carry U.S.-made torpedoes. It is set for sea trials and delivery to the navy by the end of 2024. Taiwan aims to deploy at least two such submarines by 2027, with potential missile equipment in later models.

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Second Taiwan-born panda cub makes media debut | AFP A second Taiwan-born giant panda makes her media debut. Yuan Bao, which means "round baby" was born on June 28 to Tuan Tuan and Yuan Yuan, who were gifted by China in 2008 to mark then warming relation

Report from the Matsu Islands made in December 2020 about the sand war between #China and #Taiwan with Jérémy André (correspondent for Le Point magazine).

My video work as part of the coverage about the sand war between #China and #Taiwan for the french magazine Le Point.

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