Hong Kong | Police fire tear gas, rubber bullets in ‘riot situation’

Hong Kong police fired tear gas and high-pressure water hoses against protesters who massed outside government headquarters today in opposition to a proposed extradition bill that has become a lightning

House of Dancing Water | Melco renews contract with signature show

Melco Resorts & Entertainment Ltd. announced yesterday in a press release that the company has renewed their contract for hosting The House of Dancing Water show

Grassroots candidates knocking on Chief Executive’s door

Many Macau residents hope that they will have more people listening to their voices through different opportunities, such as the opportunity for election,” the city’s youngest lawmaker Sulu

Gaming | DICJ planning with operators ahead of peak typhoon season

The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) met with Macau’s gaming operators earlier this week in order to coordinate measures to be enforced ahead of what is

Gaming | Bernstein expects up to 5% June growth

Analysts at Sanford C. Bernstein are forecasting growth of between 3% and 5% for the month of June, citing a normalization of comparison months from the

Sands China showcases museum-quality ceramics exhibition as part of Art Macao

To support the Macau SAR’s mega-art project, Art Macao 2019, Sands China Ltd. has launched a museum-quality ceramics exhibition: All That’s Gold Does Glitter – An Exhibition of

MGTO shares ideas for nocturnal tourism

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has released the results of its study on nocturnal tourism. Some study participants urge nighttime events should be located away from residential

Sulu Sou questions gov’t on threat to Guia Hill heritage

Lawmaker Sulu Sou is questioning the government again concerning height limits for buildings in the Guia Hill area, with protection of heritage sites such as the Guia Lighthouse

Sports | Victory for Macau diving team in Singapore

The Macau diving team has participated in the 10th Singapore National Diving Championships by invitation, winning a total of 11 medals over three days. The

Cultural exhibition, shows return from Zhejiang

Intangible cultural heritage from Zhejiang province in China has returned to Macau for an exhibition and a show. The exhibition officially opened yesterday at the Municipal

Political strife continues on eve of extradition bill second reading

Opponents of legislation in Hong Kong that would allow criminal suspects to be extradited to mainland China are planning more protests and labor strikes in an attempt

Hong Kong bracing for unprecedented strikes

Hong Kong braced for rare strikes and further protests amid an escalating standoff over a controversial bill that would allow extraditions to mainland China. Local companies

Student activist vows to resist extradition bill

Many Hong Kong residents were angered by a decision by the territory’s leader to move ahead with an extradition bill despite a massive weekend protest, a

Foxconn names iPhone czar, CFO to Terry Gou’s inner circle

Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. will appoint its group finance chief and the overseer of the world’s largest iPhone production base to a newly created operations committee, anointing

Tariff war | Beijing mum on Trump-Xi meeting as Huawei says sales slowing

A Chinese government spokesman has refrained from confirming that leader Xi Jinping intends to meet with President Donald Trump at a summit in Japan later this month.

Apple’s US iPhones can all be made outside of China if needed

Apple Inc. has a backup plan if the U.S.- China trade war gets out of hand. The Cupertino, Calif.-based company’s primary manufacturing partner has enough capacity

New Zealand court stops man from being extradited to China

A New Zealand court yesterday stopped a man accused of killing a woman in Shanghai a decade ago from being extradited to China, at least for now,

Philippines to tighten rules for foreigners amid Chinese influx

The Philippines will tighten rules for foreign workers as more Chinese nationals enter the Southeast Asian nation to take up jobs. Along with a permit

Regulators suspend popular financial news app

Wallstreetcn.com, a popular financial news app in China, said Monday it was suspended by regulators. The company has taken its app and website offline to make

South Korea | Agencies can’t confirm Kim brother as CIA source

South Korean agencies said yesterday they could not confirm a report that the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was a U.S. intelligence

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