Kou Hoi In elected as new Legislative Assembly president

Veteran lawmaker Kou Hoi In was elected the new Legislative Assembly (AL) president yesterday during a plenary session solely dedicated to the election. Kou, who

Briefs | PSP officer caught cheating on slot machine

An officer from the Public Security Police Force (PSP) has been suspended and forwarded to the prosecution authority for cybercrime. According to an order signed by the Secretary

CCAC ‘independently investigating’ Mi Jian

The head of the Commission Against Corruption (CCAC), André Cheong, said yesterday that the CCAC is conducting an independent and serious investigation into the case involving the

‘Portuguese judges will come according to our needs,’ says MP

The number of judges to be hired from Portugal and the timeline for the relevant contracts will be determined by the Public Prosecutions Office (MP) according to

Gaming stocks higher after shaming of online casinos thought to help Macau

Macau gaming stocks were higher this week after Credit Suisse said that the mainland’s crackdown on online gambling was beneficial to local casino operators.

Cyprus | Mediterranean island recognizes Melco for investment

Organized by Invest Cyprus, the 8th Invest Cyprus International Investment Awards (ICIIA) presented an award to Melco International Development  on July 3 at ceremony that took

Courts | TSI call for ‘facts review’ in junket case ruling

The Court of Second Instance (TSI) has voided a decision taken by the Court of First Instance (TJB) in the case of an individual who is said

Fire Services working on mobile app that will help non-Chinese speakers

The Fire Services Bureau (CB) said yesterday that it is working on a mobile platform that will allow those in need of help to contact

Homebound Air Macau flight returns to Tokyo

An Air Macau flight en-route to Macau from Tokyo was forced to return to the Japanese capital yesterday afternoon, reportedly due to an engine problem.

HKZMB | Those taller than 1.2m need not apply for child discount

HZM BUS, a Hong Kong- Zhuhai-Macau shuttle bus operator, has changed its bus fares for children younger than 12 years old and shorter than 1.2

Macau secretaries on China youth trip, reviewing mainland’s development

Launched on July 13, several study and exchange trips named “Walking Together in the New Era” have been organized by the Liaison Office and the Macau SAR

Health Bureau records 10th imported case of dengue fever

The Health Bureau (SSM) has diagnosed a 10th imported case of dengue fever in a female resident who travelled to Pattaya and Bangkok earlier this month.

Greater convenience proposed for non-local arbitrators

The First Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly (AL) has proposed that the government ease restrictions to make it more convenient for non-local arbitrators to work in

Hong Kong protests have city’s residents plotting their exit

When Kevin Tsang tuned into Carrie Lam’s predawn press conference to condemn protesters who had ransacked government offices during a dramatic escalation of tensions over

Hong Kong | Retailers reporting double-digit sales drop

Hong Kong is beginning to reckon with the economic cost of ongoing protests against the government’s extradition bill, as the disruption risks driving away local shoppers and

Lotus defies Brexit with production jump under new Chinese owner

Lotus Cars is preparing for an expansion under Asian owner Geely Automobile Holdings Ltd. that could see the iconic British automaker open a second U.K. factory and

China investor who made 785% on Moutai is now buying banks

After years betting solely on Kweichow Moutai Co., Dong Baozhen is diversifying. The money manager’s flagship fund has returned 785% since its inception in 2010. He

Chinese, Asian entertainment industries grappling with #MeToo issues

When Wu Ke-xi was looking for a frightening plotline for her latest film, she didn’t need to look further than her own industry. The Taiwanese actress

Hong Kong protests expand to oppose China, with no end near

Colin Wong has come to know the sting of pepper spray well. After more than a month of demonstrations in Hong Kong’s sweltering heat, memories

Shaanxi | Man executed after decades-long blood feud

A man in northwest China was executed yesterday for killing three neighbors in apparent revenge for his mother’s death more than two decades earlier. The Supreme

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