Former President Ma Ying-jeou poses for a photo at the summit of Yushan, Taiwan's highest mountain, on Wednesday, Aug. 24, in this photo posted on his Facebook page. Ma said in a live Facebook broadcast that traveling to the Yushan summit "has been something I want to go for a long time."
An inflatable doll floats near a coastguard vessel in waters off Keelung on Wednesday, Aug. 24. Keelung coastguards received a report on Wednesday that a human body was found in the open sea. Crew on board the vessel who were dispatched to check the area found the "victim" to be an inflatable doll.
An apology was issued by the Tainan City Government Tourism Bureau on Wednesday in response to plagiarism accusations over the poster design for the southern city's famed Guanziling Hot Spring Festival.
Members of a community in Xindian District protest outside the New Taipei City Government on Tuesday, Aug. 23.
A ceremony marking the official launch of a fleet of 64 fishing boats meant to perform marine environmental protection missions was held Tuesday on the outlying county of Penghu.
The Hsuehshan Tunnel (雪山隧道) on the No. 5 National Freeway will be closed from 12 a.m. to 6 a.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday for Taiwan's annual Han Kuang military exercises, according to the National Freeway Bureau.
As it warms up for the grand Taichung World Flora Exposition 2018, the Taichung City Government presents Taichung Arts Festival 2016, which will showcase hundreds of performances from local and overseas artists.
In the rugged and hilly terrain of South Central Taiwan's Chiayi County, it is hard to imagine how vegetable gardens can be tended to yield the fresh tomatoes, cabbages and peppers that end up on local dinner tables.
Kuomintang Chairwoman Hung Hsiu-chu (洪秀柱), center, interacts with New Party Chairman Yu Mu-ming (郁慕明), left, at the New Party's anniversary gathering in New Taipei City on Sunday, Aug. 21.
This undated photo shows Taiwan's first postal-themed hotel, which is due to open in Taipei's Nangang District by the end of this year after being converted from an old post office by Image Taiwan Hotel Group