Taiwan's People First Party Chairman James Soong Chuyu said on Thursday that he will run for the Taiwan leadership.
Taiwan's meteorological agency issued on Thursday the first sea warning for Typhoon Soudelor.
Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou on Monday demanded an apology from the island's former leader Lee Teng-hui for his remarks that the Diaoyu Islands belonged to Japan.
Some 2.8 million people visited Taiwan from the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Macao in the first half of 2015, according to new official data.
Macao's population is forecast to reach 750,000 by 2025, which means the city will face problems of aging and labor shortage, according to a demographic policy report issued by the local government's Policy Research Office, known as Macao's think tank.
A court has sentenced the head of a Taiwan company to 20 years in prison for his role in a "gutter oil" scandal that gripped the island's food industry and brought down a senior official.
Politicians with Taiwan's ruling Kuomintang (KMT) and other parties condemned former leader Lee Teng-hui's recent remarks on the Diaoyu Islands and Japanese colonization of the island.
Experts believe clever pandas display behavior similar to pregnancy to improve their quality of life after noticing the difference in treatment they receive.
South Sudan nationals will need a visa to enter Hong Kong from Thursday, including those in transit at the airport, Hong Kong's Immigration Department said here on Monday.
Guangdong police have caught the lowest-level official among Interpol's 100 most-wanted Chinese fugitives suspected of corruption.
The death toll from a fire in Taiwan on June 27 rose to nine when a 19-year-old college student died in hospital on Thursday morning.
Hong Kong Customs announced Wednesday that they seized about 2 kilograms of suspected ketamine, with a market value of about HK$260,000, at the Lo Wu Control Point on Tuesday.