Taiwan's education department increased the quota of mainland students who want to study in a two-year program to achieve a bachelor's degree on Monday.
HKSAR Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying is in Beijing to report his work in the past year to the central government.
Chinese President Xi Jinping Wednesday said the central authority has attached great importance to Macao's prosperity and stability, urging the region to grasp opportunities of development and promote "appropriate diversification" of its economy.
The Chinese government and enterprises will not conduct cooperation or business with the two US weapon makers that are involved in selling weapons to Taiwan, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said on Thursday.
China summoned the US envoy in Beijing to protest against the $1.83 billion US arms sales to Taiwan and said it would impose sanctions on the firms involved.
The Chinese mainland's Taiwan affairs office on Wednesday reiterated that it opposed a potential arms deal between the United States' and the island.
Taiwan confirmed nine new deaths related to dengue fever, taking the death toll since May to 204, the island's disease control agency announced Tuesday.
Taiwan's legislature on Monday banned school canteens from using genetically modified (GM) food, such as vegetables or tofu.
Hong Kong's new competition law came into full force on Monday, two years after it was enacted.
The chairman of Hong Kong Legislative Council (LegCo) Commission, Jasper Tsang, Wednesday condemned the "dangerous act" of setting on fire a rubbish bin outside the LegCo office building.
Another 11 deaths related to dengue fever were confirmed in Taiwan, taking the death toll since May to 195, the island' s disease control agency announced Tuesday.
Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) kicked off a carnival parade Sunday in celebration of the 16th anniversary of its return to motherland and the 10th anniversary of the historical sites listed as World Heritage.