The days of chronic water shortages in the Kinmen archipelago are numbered.
Taiwan's ruling Kuomintang (KMT) party on Sunday endorsed the candidacy of Hung Hsiu-chu in the Taiwan leadership election next January.
A Hong Kong judge sharply warned opposition activists that courtrooms are not an appropriate place to make political commentaries, as key organizers of last year's occupation campaign face charges.
Two HK students who initiated the "Occupy Central" last year will stand trial for allegedly obstructing a police officer from performing his duties.
World's first figure 8 Ferris Wheel is to be opened in Macao, China, later this year.
Taiwan will send two pairs of Formosan serows and a male spotted deer to the Chinese mainland next April, according to a national park in East China's Shandong province.
National People's Congress Chairman Zhang Dejiang supports the work of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government and the accomplishments of the constitutional reform task force over the past 20 months, Chief Executive Leung Chunying said on Monday.
The death toll from a fire in Taiwan on June 27 rose to five after a 22-year-old woman died in hospital on Sunday morning.
The oldest giant panda living is to challenge the world record for the animals' longevity, with her age to put her on par with a human centenarian.
Offices and schools across northern Taiwan, including Taipei, New Taipei, Taoyuan and Keelung, will be closed Friday in anticipation of the heavy rain and strong winds brought by Typhoon Chan-Hom.
Hong Kong saw a further reduction in tourists last month in a worrying trend experts credited to more travel choices for mainland Chinese tourists, easing visa regulations and soft currencies in neighboring countries.
In regard to the fallen tourism numbers in June, Hong Kong's economic official said on Sunday that it will take a year to see the full impact of the new one trip per week policy for Shenzhen visitors to Hong Kong.