Crimes of a casino nature top weekend police reports

Cases involving theft of gambling money, currency exchange scams, and document forgery to trick casino security staff topped the list of reported crimes during yesterday’s

Committee eyes Macau’s neighbors to encourage talent return

A committee that focuses on encouraging talents to return to Macau proposed in its recently held meeting that future policies for the return of qualified staff to

Education | DSEJ launches new round of long-term planning

The Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ) said it has launched a new round of its middle and long-term planning, hoping to absorb opinions from all

Briefs | Chief Executive election result confirmed by TUI

Ho Iat Seng, sole candidate and winner of the Chief Executive election held on August 25, had his victory officially certified by the Court of Final Appeal, the

Mao exhibition held to celebrate double anniversaries shows snapshots of Chinese leader’s life

An exhibition about the founder of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), Mao Zedong, is being held from now until September 9 at the Handover Gifts

Cross-border vehicular traffic up 9.4% in July

Cross-border vehicular traffic in July increased by 9.4% year-on-year to 454,059 trips, with vehicles passing through the Checkpoint of Cotai (139,350) rising by 7.5%. According

Suncity Group purchases Okinawa land for hotel project

Alvin Chau’s Suncity Group has announced the acquisition of land in the Japanese prefecture of Okinawa that the company wants to use to build a new

Tens of thousands in Hong Kong boycott first day of school

Clad in gas masks along with their formal white school uniforms, tens of thousands of students in Hong Kong boycotted the first day of classes yesterday

How Hong Kong protests could lead to internet cut off

Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam has said all options are on the table as she tries to quell the pro-democracy demonstrations that have rocked the city

Hong Kong | Officials urge calm while warning of ‘signs of terror’

Hong Kong authorities appealed for calm in the Asian financial center while warning that radical protesters showed “signs of terror” over the weekend in some of

Indonesia’s nickel ban shows resource nationalism on the march

Indonesia will enforce a complete ban on the export of raw nickel ore from Jan. 1, two years earlier than planned, as the nation seeks to

Chinese city goes back to rationing to curb rampant pork prices

One Chinese city has gone back to rationing and price controls to calm its pork market, as the nation’s hog herd is ravaged by a killer

Singapore says it can’t close doors to skilled foreign workers

Singapore needs to remain open to skilled foreign workers, especially in the technology sector, in order to ensure the economy stays a globally competitive one, the

Red-hot face-swapping app provokes privacy concern

Chinese face-swap app Zao rocketed to the top of app store charts over the weekend, but user delight at the prospect of becoming instant superstars quickly turned

Musk’s China charm offensive nets Tesla tax break amid trade war

Elon Musk’s charm offensive in China appears to have paid off. During a visit last week to the country, the billionaire chief executive officer

Why China’s Buzzing About Netflix’s Documentary ‘American Factory’

The 115-minute film was widely discussed on Chinese social networks and spawned dozens of reviews by influential bloggers and state media, prompting discussions on globalization, cultural

Surveys show manufacturing demand weak amid trade war

Two surveys of Chinese manufacturing show demand is weak amid a mounting tariff war with Washington over trade and technology. A monthly purchasing managers’ index

US promotes free and open Indo-Pacific at naval exercise

A senior U.S. naval officer underlined Washington’s commitment to a free and open Indo-Pacific as the United States on yesterday launched its first joint naval exercise

Japan urges nuke plants to prepare for decommissioning era

Japan’s nuclear policy-setting body adopted a report yesterday saying the country is entering an era of massive nuclear plant decommissioning, urging plant operators to plan

Indonesia to deport four Australia tourists who joined protests

Indonesian authorities are deporting four Australian tourists for participating in a demonstration that called for the independence of the country’s restive Papua province, an immigration official

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