Six men, some with triad links, held over Hong Kong mob attack

HONG KONG (AP) — Hong Kong police have detained six men, some with links to triads, following a violent attack on pro-democracy protesters at a subway station that saw dozens

Social Security applauds pension fund participants

An event was held yesterday by the Social Security Fund (FSS) to honor companies currently participating - or intending to participate - in the non-mandatory

Water tested at Cheoc Van found to be abnormal

The Marine and Water Bureau (DSAMA) has suggested that the public should not enter the water at Cheoc Van Beach because the quality of the water has

Registration for anniversary banknotes to commence

The Bank of China and Banco Nacional Ultramarino are set to issue banknotes for the 20th Anniversary of the Return of Sovereignty of Macau with a face value

Ho Iat Seng crowds out competition with 378 backers

Former Legislative Assembly President Ho Iat Seng formalized his candidacy yesterday afternoon when he submitted his nomination form carrying the support of 378 electors in total.

Second attempt | New Legislative Assembly president repeats oath after blunder

Chief Executive Chui Sai On presided over a second swearing-in ceremony for the recently-elected President of the Legislative Assembly (AL), Kou Hoi In, on Saturday, held at the

Briefs | Chui praises visit for extending Hebei-Macau ties

Chief Executive Chui Sai On has said the visit to Hebei by some Macau youth was not only about the promotion of patriotism and of knowledge about the

Crime | Casino brawl pits scammers against loan sharks

Scams in Macau continue to grow more popular, including those associated with currency exchange, gambling-related activities, internet dating and entertainment tickets. The operators and victims

Macau International Airport | Air traffic controller improvements to follow from 2018 incident

The Civil Aviation Authority of Macao (AACM) has concluded its investigation into a runway incursion incident that occurred at Macau International Airport on November 12, 2018, finding

Tourism | Hong Kong visitors rise 24% in June, thought linked to protests

Visitors from Hong Kong rose 24.3% year-on-year in June to reach 623,000, according to the latest data provided by the Statistics and Census Service. During the same

New graduates: finding work is tough without ‘connections’

The region is welcoming an influx of fresh graduates again this year, with over 2,000 graduating from bachelor degree programs since May. However, some

Gap in consumer protection law for online shopping

Consumer disputes involving online shopping will not be entirely protected by the city’s consumer protection law, according to Ho Ion Sang, chairman of the First Standing

Summer clothing arrival drives up prices

The Composite Consumer Price Index (CPI) for the month of June 2019 increased by 2.62% year-on-year to reach 115.80, according to the latest information from the

Briefs | Six caught for smuggling cough syrup in shenzhen

Police in Shenzhen have arrested six suspects for selling and distributing cough medication with addictive ingredients, with a total of 11,927 bottles of cough syrup confiscated. The suspects

Macau netizens express divided opinions on neighbor’s strife

Online comments penned by Macau residents show that local society has become increasingly divided over the Hong Kong situation, just as the protesters and the pro-

Hong Kong tempts China’s ire as protests take more violent turn

From stick-wielding mobs who attacked activists to one pro-independence group accused of stockpiling explosives, the latest unrest in Hong Kong has prompted new fears that protesters

From Tesla to Twitter, a guide to this week’s quarterly reports

The upbeat picture painted by this past week’s blowout bank earnings heralded a promising earnings season. Too bad other industries didn’t get the memo.

Papua New Guinea open to Chinese and Australian investors

Papua New Guinea’s prime minister said yesterday his South Pacific island nation was open to investment from China, Australia and any other country that is willing to

Cambodian leader denies allowing China naval base

Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday strongly denied that he was allowing China to set up a military outpost in the Southeast Asian nation, after a news

Trade War | Beijing hints at talks restart after making ‘goodwill’ moves

Face-to-face negotiations between the top Chinese and U.S. trade negotiators could happen soon, according to Chinese state media, after a number of goodwill gestures by Beijing over

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