Clocks are ticking and counting down to the greatest-ever Taiwan Culinary Exhibition (TCE, 臺灣美食展) that will feature a total of six sections, 820 booths and 19 pavilions from Aug.
A man taking part in a 9-kilometer run collapsed and died just 200 meters away from the finish line on Saturday night despite efforts to resuscitate him.
The northern city of Hsinchu reported a daytime high of 38 degrees Celsius Sunday, equaling the previous record high for the month of July, according to the Central Weather Bureau.
After a spate of embarrassing incidents at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport in June, including serious flooding and a power outage following heavy rains, Taichung saw an opportunity crack open.
Visitors browse tech goods at the Taipei Computer Applications Show on Sunday, July 31, which enters its final day today.
Parents encourage a baby with a toy during a baby race held by the Health Promotion Administration in Taipei City's National Taipei University, Sunday, July 31.
A man wanted by the police shot himself in the head when approached and questioned by police in Taipei Bus Station lobby on Saturday morning, according to police sources.
The attractive "Moses Parting the Sea" scenic spot in the outlying island county of Penghu was packed with more than 2,000 visitors on Saturday, July 30, as people were eager to access the unusual water path on the weekend.
Two cyclists were hit and killed on the Suhua Highway in Eastern Taiwan Saturday by a taxi that lost control at high speed, apparently because its driver was drunk, police said.
Taipei is building its first solar power plant using ground mounted solar panels at a venue that used to be a landfill site, according to the city government on Saturday.