FSS enforces automatic system for pension withdrawals

The Social Security Fund (FSS) has established a new measure that aims to facilitate the withdrawal of the Special Allocation from Budget Surplus beneficiaries.

Briefs | DSEJ will not survey teachers on work willingness

The Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ) says that the bureau has conducted discussions with the education sector on how it can improve the bureau’s measures for human

Twelve drop out of Chief Executive race

Twelve Macau residents who collected application forms for the fifth Chief Executive election have dropped out of the race, leaving former President of the Legislative Assembly

LVS says US-China spat beginning to impact VIP customers

China’s high rollers are feeling the hit to their businesses from the trade war. That’s the feedback Las Vegas Sands Corp. (LVS) is getting from its wealthiest

CoD opens luxury showroom with finest from land, sea and air

Melco Resorts and Entertainment opened a new showroom yesterday at its flagship property City of Dreams Macau, featuring luxury vehicles, such as a bulletproof SUV featured

Taobao agents offer shady discounts for Grand Resort Deck

Taobao agents are offering shady 45% discounts for a day at Galaxy Macau’s Grand Resort Deck, with their customers instructed to follow carefully planned itineraries

Cholera discovery in beach waters might be connected to poor waste treatment

Following reports in recent days about Cholera bacteria detected at Cheoc Van Beach, some residents have expressed concerns, with at least one drawing a connection between

Migrant worker still awaiting updates from insurance, employer

The Filipino migrant worker who is seeking compensation following a workplace accident that cost him his leg says he still has no updates regarding amputation

Hong Kong | Police deny permit for Saturday protest after attacks

Hong Kong police refused permission for a Saturday protest scheduled to take place in the same area that saw unidentified groups of men attack demonstrators, even

Hong Kong to name Yue as next Monetary Authority chief

Eddie Yue will be named the next chief executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, succeeding Norman Chan, the South China Morning Post reported.

Guangdong | Trade with Central, Eastern Europe rose 15.2%

Guangdong Province saw its trade with 17 Central and Eastern European Countries (CEEC) rise 15.2% year-on-year in the first half of this year, Customs data showed

Shenzhen | A city in love with books

Thunderstorms at the start of the week failed to dampen the enthusiasm of book lovers in China’s southern city of Shenzhen. A book fair held

Saudi Prince’s megacity shows signs of life

The walls are covered with graffiti in the sleepy fishing village of Khurayba. There are supplications to God, advertisements for vacation rentals and house painters. Near the

US warship sails through Taiwan Strait amid China tensions

Taiwan said yesterday the U.S. Navy is free to sail through its strait after an American warship did so soon after Beijing warned against foreign interference

Trade | Chinese importers looking at buying more US farm goods

Chinese companies are willing to import more U.S. farm goods, the Ministry of Commerce said yesterday, as envoys prepared to meet in Shanghai next week

Police release data on alleged rape by Chinese businessman

Police who were called to a report of an alleged rape by Chinese billionaire and JD.com founder Richard Liu last August initially decided to release him

Government to fund 85% of Malaysia’s revived rail project

China’s Export-Import Bank is expected to finance 85% of a 44 billion ringgit (USD10.7 billion) rail link project in Malaysia that will bolster economic development in rural

Australia | Law lets gov’t ban extremists for up to two years

The Australian Parliament yesterday passed laws that enable the government to prevent suspected extremists from returning home for up to two years despite concerns it could

North Korea fires new type of short-range ballistic missiles

North Korea fired a new type of short-range ballistic missile in two launches into the sea Thursday, South Korean officials said. They were North Korea’s first

Judge blocks Trump asylum restrictions at US-Mexico border

A federal judge has ordered the Trump administration to stop denying asylum to anyone who transits through another country to reach the U.S. border, marking the latest

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