Hong Kong latest: Protester shot at close range by police in hospital

HONG KONG — In a fearsome escalation of violence, Hong Kong police shot a protester at close range in the chest today (Tuesday), leaving the teenager bleeding and howling on

Hong Kong latest: Fierce clashes left one injured by live fire

HONG KONG — Fierce clashes between pro-democracy protesters and police broke out in multiple parts of Hong Kong today (Tuesday) in the most widespread violence challenging Chinese rule as its

Pro-democracy rallies hit Hong Kong on China’s National Day

Hong Kong - Tens of thousands of black-clad protesters marched in Hong Kong today (Tuesday) in multiple pro-democracy rallies urging China's Communist Party to "return power to the people" as

70 years: Macau in the big picture of China’s development

On the cusp of the 70th anniversary of the establishment of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), and as Macau prepares to mark its own milestone of 20 years since

Chui denies plentiful flags in violation of law

According to some reports, displaying the Chinese national flag at various locations across the city may violate Macau’s national flag regulations. However, Chief Executive Chui Sai On disagrees, believing that

Seven awarded Golden Lotus and Silver Lotus

Seven individuals and one entity have been awarded medals and honorary titles, the SAR government announced yesterday. The government announced the Decorations, Medals and Certificates of Merit awarded for 2019 by

Migrant worker says ‘worth fighting for rights’ after small victory

The Filipino migrant worker seeking compensation after a work accident that resulted in the amputation of his leg has won the civil case and is awaiting the outcome of the

Crime | Losses climb as scams continue to claim new victims

Yesterday, during the joint press conference by the police forces held at the Judiciary Police (PJ) Headquarters, the PJ spokesperson Lei Hon Nei revealed two separate cases in which the

Secretary Wong Sio Chak insists immigration has no ‘blacklist’

Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak has again insisted that the local authority does not have an entry ban blacklist. His comment came after Macau’s rejection of entry to Albert

Tam refutes reports of shrinking academic freedom in Macau

Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam says he disagrees with a recent report that found academic freedoms in Macau and Hong Kong were waning. According to Tam, who was

Hong Kong braces for National Day protests after weekend of violence

Chinese President Xi Jinping stressed national unity and said relations between Hong Kong and the mainland would improve, even as pro-democracy protesters planned several rallies to coincide with anniversary of

Hong Kong | Flight attendants urge Cathay to explain layoffs

  Flight attendants in Hong Kong urged Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. to explain the reasons behind dozens of dismissals, accusing the airline of “political cleansing” amid the unrest that’s ensnared the

HKEX seeks $9.8 billion in loans to fund London offer

Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd. is in talks with banks for a loan to back its proposed takeover bid for London Stock Exchange Group Plc, people familiar with the

China approves first dual-class IPO in bid to lure tech firms

China is set to see the first dual-class listing in the domestic market, as the nation aims to stem an exodus of technology firms seeking listings overseas. Chinese cloud storage provider

Tencent’s China homage tops charts on eve of nation’s birthday

Tencent Holdings Ltd.’s homage to modern China has topped the gaming charts days after its debut, riding a groundswell of patriotism as the Communist Party prepares to celebrate 70 years

70th anniversary | Xi pays respect to Mao ahead of celebrations

Chinese Communist Party leader and President Xi Jinping led other top officials yesterday in paying respects to the founder of the Communist state, Mao Zedong, ahead of a massive celebration

Cinemas screens patriotic movies to whip up nationalistic fervor

China is reeling out a string of patriotic films as the Communist Party prepares to celebrate 70 years in power amid challenges to its authority from the unrest in Hong

Tokyo Olympic organizers: 6,900 tickets bought through fraud

Tokyo Olympic organizers are investigating the fraudulent purchase of 6,900 tickets worth 180 million yen (USD1.67 million) that were obtained in an online lottery for Japan residents. “We are consulting with

Hungary, Romania nominees rejected for EU top jobs again

European Union lawmakers flexed their political muscle yesterday, rejecting for a second time Hungary and Romania’s nominees for two of the bloc’s top posts amid concerns over possible conflicts of

Saudi crown prince takes responsibility for journalist death

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said in a television interview that he takes “full responsibility” for the grisly killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, but he denied allegations that

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