The Social Affairs Bureau (IAS) will provide additional special assistance to three types of vulnerable families in August. This marks the second phase of this year’s assistance program.
The Law for the Employment of Non-Resident Workers (TNR), which is currently before the Legislative Assembly’s (AL) Third Standing Committee for discussion, seems to be
Crown Resorts Ltd. and Australian officials will be investigated after allegations of money laundering at the firm’s casinos and the fast-tracking of visas for wealthy
The Monetary Authority of Macao (AMCM) has launched its own catastrophe insurance for local SMEs, the AMCM announced in a press conference yesterday. The insurance is available for
Typhoon Wipha brought minor flooding to the Inner Harbor district yesterday, just hours after typhoon Signal No.8 was lifted and replaced with the less serious Signal No.3.
Australian airline Qantas has reportedly failed in its business plan for the region after operating only six flights between Sydney and the MSAR in 2018.
On Wednesday, the Electoral Affairs Committee for the Legislative Assembly By- election held a meeting to decide on the budget for the election. The
On Wednesday, U.S. entertainment company Lions Gate Entertainment Corp. and Hong Kong-based developer Lai Sun Group officially opened Lionsgate Entertainment World, a movie- themed multi-sensory interactive center in
Hong Kong hedge funds have found themselves in the crosshairs of a global crackdown on multinational companies that use subsidiaries in tax havens to lower liabilities.
The Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA) cut its benchmark interest rate in line with the U.S. Federal Reserve, an automatic response that’s unlikely to lend much support
Hong Kong’s decision to charge dozens of protesters with a colonial-era rioting charge that carries a 10-year prison term suggested that the government was heeding calls for
Turkish Airlines is interested in HNA Group Co.’s minority stake in Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd. as it seeks growth in the Asia-Pacific region, according to
An icon of Singapore’s history has been restored and is now open again. The Raffles Hotel, which first opened in 1887 and was declared a
Melco is renewing its contribution to Art Macao by bringing a vast array of pieces depicting Japanese anime and culture to the region. They will be shown from
China’s biggest city has dived headfirst into a trash sorting program that marks the country’s first serious attempt at cutting the amount of garbage headed for
Taiwan’s foreign minister has criticized China’s suspension on trips by individual Chinese citizens to the island, saying Beijing appeared to be afraid of allowing its people
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