Lawmakers Mak and Zheng concerned about tenants, seniors in urban renewal plans

Lawmakers Mak Soi Kun and Zheng Anting have expressed concerns to the government regarding the fate of the tenants currently living in buildings targeted for planned urban renewal. During the period

Lawmakers’ agenda

Birthrate increase: Wong Kit Cheng wants the government to consider policies which promote an increase in the local birth rate. In a spoken inquiry, the lawmaker noted the recent policy

Two new laws finally approved by AL

The Legislative Assembly (AL) passed in the final reading the Urban Construction Legal Regime as well as a new Statute of the Staff of Security Forces and Services. The new laws

China’s recent controls to have limited impact on gaming: Morgan Stanley 

Whilst global investors have become edgy about the extended scope of mandates implemented by the central government on several industries, Morgan Stanley Asia Ltd assuages concerns in a memo, confirming

Long way to go for real estate market recovery: JLL

The city’s property market remained stagnant with no significant improvement despite the increase in visitors since the reopening of the border with China last year. This was the verdict of real

Zone A | Room for discussion on economic housing price: Council

Chan Ka Leong, a member of the Council for Public Housing Affairs, said at a forum held yesterday that the price of economic housing in New Urban Zone A is

Hotel occupancy rate drops to 45% in June

The average occupancy rate of guest rooms surged by 33.5 percentage points year-on-year to 45.3%, according to recent data revealed by the Statistics and Census Service. However, the rate represents a

DIVERSIFICATION & SUSTAINABILITY | Melco pays tribute to beauty and fragility of the Sea in 海洋LA MER exhibition

Celebrating the sea and highlighting the urgent need to protect it for future generations through the company’s global Sustainability initiatives, Melco Resorts & Entertainment has unveiled the groundbreaking multimedia art

Gov’t imposes broadened restrictions to keep Covid-19 at bay 

The government has made sweeping changes to cross-border regulations, including a mandate from July 31 requiring flight passengers from all mainland provinces to present proof of a negative test for

Prospective parents should consider the challenges in raising babies: ACAM

Raising a newborn infant can give rise to a whole slew of challenges and changes to a family. Prospective parents should consider these fully before giving birth to avoid unnecessary

Gov’t sends new ambassador to US amid strained ties

China’s new ambassador to the United States outlined the challenges the two countries face in what has become an increasingly competitive and contentious relationship, while refraining from any criticism in

Tokyo 2020 | Double gold: China’s Zhang becomes a breakout star at pool

Zhang Yufei had a much busier morning than she was expecting at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre. It was worth the effort. She left with a pair of gold medals and a couple

Covid-19 | Officials in Tokyo alarmed as cases hit record highs Mari Yamaguchi, Tokyo

Japanese officials sounded the alarm yesterday as Tokyo reported record-breaking coronavirus cases for the third straight day with the Olympics well underway. “We have never experienced the expansion of the infections

Bangladesh | Floods make thousands homeless in Rohingya camps

Days of heavy rainfall have pelted Rohingya refugee camps in southern Bangladesh, destroying dwellings and sending thousands of people to live with extended family or in communal shelters. Just in the

North Korea leader pays respect to Chinese war dead at memorial

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un paid tribute to China’s war dead at a Pyongyang memorial and vowed to maintain firm ties with Beijing, state media reported yesterday, as he

This day in history | 1973 Final deal for thalidomide victims

The drugs company who marketed thalidomide have agreed to pay more than £20 million in compensation to those born with birth defects as a result, at the end of an

AstraZeneca to seek US approval of Covid vaccine in second half

AstraZeneca said yesterday that it intends to seek U.S. authorization for its COVID-19 vaccine in the second half of this year, offering a new timetable for the much-delayed application. The Anglo-Swedish

US defense secretary visits Vietnam, vows support for region

U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin is seeking to bolster ties with Vietnam, one of the Southeast Asian nations embroiled in a territorial rift with China, during a two-day visit

FILM REVIEW | In ‘The Suicide Squad,’ an anti-Captain America romp

One little article separates James Gunn’s “The Suicide Squad” from David Ayer’s “Suicide Squad.” But, oh, what a difference a word makes. Just five years after the trainwreck that prompted Warner

Macau Racing Tips | The Shunde  1800 Metres Turf  2021-07-31 | Sat | 16:35

Fair Dream from the in-form S.H Cheong yard caught my eye in this track work videos; checking on his performance not a single win recorded and his best came in

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