Documents among those shared by alleged leaker raise questions over island’s military readiness
This echos some of what's been said here as well as the sentiments of many experts in the field. Despite many internet people's assertions that there is no way China would invade because it is way more difficult than invading Ukraine which has been a spectacular failure, Taiwan is far less prepared than Ukraine was.
They have less operational equipment, no war experience (unlike many Ukrainian soldiers who had years of experience in Donbass) little to no NATO training, and are just in a general state of unpreparedness.
Additionally, the US has virtually no intelligence apparatus in China unlike Russia so there is much less they can do on the intelligence front other than rely on satellite imagery and this article highlights the difficult for the US in assessing a Chinese military buildup for an invasion due to the military's use of civillian vessels.
Then there's also the fact that China's army is significantly more modern and well organized than Russia's and the strength of the Chinese Navy in particular is at the very least competitive with the US in the SCS now, which is a point of serious concern and not something Russia is remotely close to.