China rejected Britain's "moral duty" to Hong Kong, adding some British lawmakers' attempts to meddle in China's internal affairs is "not acceptable" and "doomed to fail."
Taiwan's deputy leader Wu Den-yih will serve as the acting chairman of the party following Ma Ying-jeou's formal resignation on Wednesday.
Three people who conceived the "Occupy Central" campaign in Hong Kong surrendered, admitting to "participating in the unsanctioned mass protest."
Two academics and a pastor who conceived the "Occupy Central" campaign in Hong Kong will turn themselves in today.
China warned Britain on Tuesday that further request for a parliamentary delegation to enter Hong Kong would also be denied.
The three co-initiators of Hong Kong's Occupy movement said on Tuesday that they will surrender themselves to the police on Wednesday.
Police will take resolute action against illegal road blockades outside the Hong Kong government's head offices, Leung Chun-ying warned.
China on Monday explained the refusal to allow British lawmakers to visit Hong Kong and urged them not to interfere in HK affairs.
The State Council, China's Cabinet, has appointed senior officials in the government of the Macao Special Administrative Region.
Eleven police officers were injured as rioters charged police lines and forced the temporary closure of government headquarters, an official statement said.
The government of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on Monday strongly condemned the illegal acts of violent radicals.
In an act of solidarity for the incumbent party's defeat in the local Taiwan election on Saturday, all officials from the Taiwan administrative authority resigned on Monday.