A couple looks on at the Xindian River on Monday, July 25. The Taipei City Government has launched a special river bus that tours the Tamsui River and the Xindian River at night.
A high school student from Taipei has completed a novel working holiday program in outlying Kinmen County: creating 15 paintings capturing local scenery in exchange for a free two-week stay.
"Chinese Taipei" captain Liu Cheng (劉錚) scores a point in a match against the Philippines' Mighty Sports at the 38th William Jones Cup international basketball tournament in New Taipei City on Sunday, July 24.
A wakeboard rider soars through the air while wakeboarding during the 2016 Taiwan Wakeboard Competition in Taipei on Sunday, July 24. Riders from 10 countries gathered to the games in Keelung River over the weekend, competing in the two-day championships for the top prize of NT$180,000.
All four Taiwanese students taking part in the 2016 International Biology Olympiad (IBO) in Hanoi, Vietnam, received gold medals Saturday, to become the best-performing team.
A marijuana bush standing three meters tall is shown in the photo taken at a papaya farm in Tainan, Saturday, July 23. The marijuana grower, surnamed Chen, has been arrested by the police. Up to 64 marijuana bushes were found on the farm. As the planting area is in a remote location and could not be seen easily, police who had been tipped off had to pose as farmers, tracking a river and passing through waist-deep bushes to reach the farm.
Plans to develop the Taipei Xinyi A7 area into a new project called the Taipei Sky Tower (TST) in hopes of propelling it onto the international stage have been announced
Grieving family and relatives of 24 mainland Chinese tourists killed in a bus blaze in Taoyuan are growing increasingly frustrated over the investigation into the causes of the tragedy, Friday.
Social media giant Facebook has announced it will launch "SheMeansBusiness" in Taiwan -- a series of workshops, resource centers and networking events to help female entrepreneurs in Taiwan enhance their skills, knowledge and connections.
Ever Rich Duty Free Shop has pledged NT$3 million to help rebuild typhoon-battered Green Island.