Hung Hsiu-chu, the newly elected chairwoman of the Kuomintang in Taiwan, is expected to remain on a track of peaceful development laid down by current Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou.
Hung Hsiu-chu, Taiwan's former deputy legislative speaker, was elected the chairperson of Kuomintang on Saturday to become the party's first female leader.
Activities seeking "Taiwan independence" have no chance of succeeding, Premier Li Keqiang said on Thursday.
The mainstream for the ties between Chinese mainland and Taiwan is unification, former World Bank chief economist Justin Yifu Lin said Wednesday at a sub-forum during the 2016 Boao Forum for Asia in Boao, South China's Hainan province.
Q&A: Future of Hong Kong
A tourism education organization in Macao is seeking more prospective students from the mainland.
Hong Kong can play a big role in mainland's supply-side overhaul, an industry insider says.
A coastguard was killed Friday afternoon after a rescue helicopter, with five on board, lost control and plunged into waters off New Taipei City in northern Taiwan, authorities said.
China has lodged representations to the US State Department demanding the US give a full account after media reports said it authorized arms sales to Taiwan, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hong Lei told reporters during a daily press briefing on Friday.
Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou said Wednesday that the 1992 Consensus is the political foundation for both sides of the Taiwan Strait and helps build a "cross-Strait bridge" for peaceful exchanges.
The success story of a headwear manufacturer's foray into Bangladesh underscores the vast potential of Beijing's Belt and Road Initiative.
A clear message was sent out from the top legislature's annual session that the Chinese mainland has strong determination and sufficient goodwill in the development of relations across the Taiwan Straits.