A Chinese mainland spokesman on Wednesday called for Taiwan authorities to lift restrictions on mainland students in Taiwan and ensure their due rights and interests.
Nearly 40 percent of Hong Kongers having extra marital affairs are doing so in the mainland, Ming Pao Weekly reported.
A photo exhibition of testimony and evidence commemorating Taiwan’s patriotic history over the past 120 years was unveiled in Beijing on Tuesday.
The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government on Tuesday issued a red Outbound Travel Alert (OTA) on South Korea in light of an outbreak of the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) there.
The government of China's Macao Special Administrative Region had raised the response level for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) from "Alert" to "High Alert" in view of the increasing MERS patients number in South Korea, the Health Bureau in a press release on Tuesday.
The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government Monday raised its Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) response level to "serious" and advised the public to avoid traveling to South Korea.
A local microbiologist said on Monday that the number of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) cases in South Korea is expected to climb and the key is to track down the source of infection.
Hong Kong's chief executive and constitutional affairs officials have stepped up attempts to gain the support of a handful of opposition lawmakers needed to ensure that the city's constitutional reform process stays on track.
Hong Kong's economy will suffer if opposition lawmakers fail to support the government's constitutional reform proposal, tycoon Li Ka-shing warned on Wednesday.
The new giant panda pair donated by the Chinese central government as gifts to Macao made official debut Monday in panda pavilion in Seac Pai Van Park to greet the International Children's Day.
A brief ceremony was held at Seac Pai Van Park in Macao on Sunday to introduce a pair of giant pandas - Kai Kai and Xin Xin - to the public after a monthlong quarantine.
The proposal to elect Hong Kong's next chief executive by universal suffrage excludes certain opposition members who view the region as an "independent" entity, distort the meaning of the Basic Law or subvert the central leadership.