Tainted lard oil in Taiwan' s latest food scandal has met hygiene standards, the island' s public health authority said Monday, but the products will still be banned from sale.
China's top quality watchdog on Saturday cautioned against the consumption of food products that may contain recycled cooking oil from Taiwan.
Interference in Hong Kong's constitutional development by British politicians is legally groundless and hypocritical, according to a well-known professor of Hong Kong law.
The Food and Health Bureau of China's Hong Kong said the region would resume imports of live poultry from the mainland from Thursday, just in time for Mid- Autumn Festival celebrations next week.
Chen Deming, president of the Chinese mainland-based Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits (ARATS), met with his Taiwan counterpart Lin Join-sane Thursday.
In response to media inquiries on the remarks made by former governor of Hong Kong Chris Patten, a spokesman for the Chief Executive's Office on Thursday responded as follows
The latest creation of Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, a huge white rabbit, will meet the public on Thursday during a festival in Taiwan.
Top economists from the Chinese mainland and Taiwan convened for the fourth forum on cross-Strait industrial cooperation on Wednesday in Taichung, calling for further ties to boost mutual development.
The decision by the National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee on electing Hong Kong's chief executive by universal suffrage is of utmost importance to Hong Kong, said Tung Chee-hwa, the territory's first chief executive here Wednesday.
Hong Kong's Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying bows in front of wreaths as the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region(HKSAR)government holds an official event for the first time, to commemorate the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression (1937-1945).
Experts on the Chinese mainland have called on the Hong Kong residents to consider top legislature's decision on the city's electoral reform with an open attitude.
Senior Chinese officials explained at a meeting here Monday a legislative decision on electing Hong Kong's chief executive by universal suffrage, which has been heatedly debated in the Special Administrative Region ( SAR).