IMO, if Taishan continues in a non-afterburning version, it can not be said to be aborted. Same engine, different variants.
That answer about "WS-10B being 14kgf" is confusing. Depending on whether 14kgf includes AB or not, the "IPE" version may be WS-10B.
Taishan was the code name given to the afterburning version which, according to the poster, has been aborted. Given that he says the WS-13E is also under development, it would mean that China had two RD-33/93-class engines in simultaneous development which is absolutely stupid and a waste of resources, so I'm glad they cancelled one of them. Now the non-afterburning WS-12 will probably be used on UAVs when development finishes.
The WS-10B definitely only has 14 tonnes of thrust with afterburner. No fighter jet engine in the world now or ever in history had 14 tonnes of thrust without afterburner. For reference, the F135 engine, he most powerful fighter engine in the world today, only has 12.8 tonnes of thrust without afterburner.