China drafting urgent plan to resolve Hong Kong chaos

Chinese officials in charge of Hong Kong affairs are working on an urgent strategy to solve the city’s political chaos and have ruled out the use of

Macau, HK business leaders confident in esports opportunity

Three business leaders from the Hong Kong and Macau esports industry said at a forum held in the HKSAR that they are ready to embrace opportunities generated

Consumer councils co-test hand creams from two regions

The Macau Consumer Council and its Zhuhai counterpart have tested and approved all 43 samples of hand creams from both regions, according to the results of an

Hong Kong protests have city’s residents plotting their exit

When Kevin Tsang tuned into Carrie Lam’s predawn press conference to condemn protesters who had ransacked government offices during a dramatic escalation of tensions over

Hong Kong | Retailers reporting double-digit sales drop

Hong Kong is beginning to reckon with the economic cost of ongoing protests against the government’s extradition bill, as the disruption risks driving away local shoppers and

Hong Kong | Why Chinese media reports focus on Britain’s colonial past

Over recent weeks, mass protests against proposed changes to extradition law in Hong Kong have escalated into a major crisis. In the latest round of protests on

Dozens arrested as mass HK rally keeps heat on Carrie Lam

Hong Kong police arrested more than 40 people after attempts to clear the remnants of a mass anti-government march resulted in dramatic clashes with demonstrators inside a

Shenzhen | Marine life exhibition opens based on ancient book

An exhibition named “Marine Life in the Forbidden City” opened on Friday in Shenzhen. The exhibits are based on the Beijing Palace Museum’s antique - the “HAI CUO

Shenzhen | Subway sees over 20 million QR code users

More than half of subway passengers in Shenzhen are using phones and scanning to enter the transportation system, tech firm Tencent said. The total number of QR code

HKD set for longest falling streak since March 2018

The Hong Kong dollar weakened for a seventh session, its longest run of declines since March 2018, as the shelving of a large initial public offering

Hong Kong turmoil has millionaires eyeing other wealth havens

Private bankers are being flooded with inquiries from investors in Hong Kong who are worried about the long-term effects of the political crisis in the

Police fight with protesters amid rising tensions in Hong Kong

Police in Hong Kong fought with protesters last night as they broke up a demonstration by thousands of people demanding the resignation of the semi-autonomous Chinese territory’s

Hong Kong | Demonstrators get creative with war of the walls

Hong Kong public walls have become the latest flashpoints between anti-extradition bill demonstrators and those opposed to the protest, with three people arrested in clashes at message

Parents of Hong Kong protester who died urge others to live

The parents of a Hong Kong man who plunged to his death after putting up banners against divisive extradition legislation urged young people yesterday to stay alive

Hong Kong | China throws support behind Carrie Lam ahead of new protest

China’s top official in Hong Kong said Beijing “fully supports” embattled leader Carrie Lam’s efforts to safeguard social order, as protesters vowed to continue the mass marches

Chinese contract drugmaker Pharmaron plans HK listing

Pharmaron Beijing Co. is planning a Hong Kong share sale only six months after the contract drugmaker went public in China, according to people with knowledge

HKD weakens as worst of cash squeeze seen ending

Hong Kong’s dollar continued its slide into the weak half of its trading band yesterday as traders predicted the city’s recent liquidity squeeze is nearing its end.

Hong Kong broadcaster accused of pro-Beijing protests coverage

Television Broadcasts Ltd., Hong Kong’s dominant broadcaster, has come under attack on social media for its alleged pro-Beijing bias in the coverage of recent political protests

HONG KONG | Former Canadian Leader hospitalized as Precaution

Former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien was taken to the hospital as a precaution after falling ill in Hong Kong, where he was scheduled to speak at a

Smart education seminar seeks to boost university-level tech cooperation

A smart education seminar jointly organized by the Computer Academy of Guangdong (CAG) and the Macao Polytechnic Institute (IPM) was held in Macau last month, with the

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