China Warns U.S. Over Taiwanese Visit

China warned the United States on Friday not to send the wrong signals about Taiwan, after the presidential hopeful of the self-ruled island's main opposition party visited Washington to rally support from U.S. officials and politicians.
The 12-day, six-city U.S. tour by Tsai Ing-wen, chairwoman of the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, is seen as an attempt to ease U.S. concerns that her potential election in a January poll would strain ties with China.
Washington backs a "one-China policy" and has no diplomatic ties with Taiwan but is its main ally.