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Bizcuits: All too hard

I thought the message had got through and I’d stamped out the practice but there are some things that we just have to keep plugging, ... Full story

HK Observer: Time to trust

Although it was only a start the recent trip to Shanghai by lawmakers was positive on several fronts. Firstly because the pan-democrats were able to ... Full story

Our Desk: Discovering Macau

As I came across a column writen by a journalist who was about to leave a foreign city in which she had lived for a ... Full story

Rear Window: With ‘friends’ like that, who needs ‘enemies’?!

Apparently, two helping ‘hands’ from the social sector are supposed to be enough to finance a comprehensive solution to the Sin Fong Garden affair, and ... Full story

Kapok: Swift and resolute

The recently dismissed mayor of Bogota, Gustavo Petro, was absolutely right when he stated that “a developed country is not a place where the poor ... Full story

The East is Read: The cause of death

In the Chinese world and overseas Chinese communities, the month of April is marked by a traditional festival, Qingming 清明節, that has actually become a ... Full story

Vox Parva: The Catholic Church: more than just a social NGO

Holy Week is the last week of Lent. For Catholics, it is a final and intense preparation for Easter – the death and resurrection of ... Full story

Our Desk: The swinging justice

It seems like a U-turn for the Sin Fong dispute: Antonio Ferreira (known also by his Chinese name, Wu Shun Him), the Vice-President of Macau ... Full story

World Views: Don’t blame NATO expansion for Russian aggression

Tom Friedman wrote a good column last week, arguing that the U.S. and Europe need to take a long look at whether they are ready ... Full story

Bizcuits: Coming home

Repatriation is hard. In fact, the discussion both in academia and over coffee tables is that it is more difficult than the initial foray overseas. ... Full story

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