Hong Kong | Court sentences leaders of Occupy Central movement

A court in Hong Kong handed down prison sentences of up to 16 months yesterday to eight leaders of massive 2014 pro-democracy protests on public nuisance offenses.

CLSA appoints Gould as CEO, replacing company veteran Slone

CLSA Ltd. appointed Rick Gould, head of its Americas business, as global chief executive officer after several top managers left the brokerage amid mounting tensions between

Cathay Pacific cracks down on internal theft

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. is cracking down on flight attendants taking in-flight supplies such as cutlery, champagne and ice cream, the South China Morning Post said, citing

Economist predicts Shenzhen’s leadership in GBA

Hong Kong-born American economist Steven Ng-Sheong Cheung has predicted that Shenzhen will become the leading municipality of the Greater Bay Area (GBA). On Saturday, Cheung

Rescue work underway for eight missing in Pearl River

Rescuers are searching for eight fishermen, including three from Macau, who have been missing off the Pearl River Estuary in south China for more than two

Macau gov’t mulls Zhuhai for GBA healthcare scheme trial

The government’s proposed healthcare insurance scheme, which is designed to cover Macau residents living in the Greater Bay Area (GBA), will likely begin as a trial in

Investment fund to explore Bay Area opportunity

Macau Chief Executive Chui Sai On has decided to set up an investment and development fund for use in the Greater Bay Area (GBA), managed by a

Guangdong economy grows 6.6% in first quarter

The gross domestic product of China’s manufacturing hub Guangdong Province increased 6.6% year-on- year in the first quarter of 2019, local authorities said yesterday. The province’s

Shenzhen | Two dead after retaining wall collapse

Two people died after a retaining wall collapsed in the city of Shenzhen, south China’s Guangdong Province on Saturday. The collapse took place at about 2

Hong Kong | Carrie Lam disappointed after extradition bill’s first legislative hurdle

The Chief Executive of Hong Kong, Carrie Lam, is disappointed with the Legislative Council of Hong Kong because the council, in its first meeting, failed to elect

Taiwan to review travel permits for some Macau, HK media

The Mainland Affairs Council of Taiwan has said that it will strengthen the immigration examination mechanism for those who work within specific Hong Kong and Macau media

Hong Kong’s ancient history unraveled in upcoming spring festivals

Steeped in culture and tradition, Hong Kong is honoring its Chinese past with a series of ancient festivals coming up this spring. Over a three-week

Hong Kong | Cathay earmarks A321neo aircraft for China route expansion

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. intends to deploy Airbus SE A321neo planes scheduled for delivery starting 2020 on Chinese routes, part of a plan that will help

Guangdong Booming electric vehicle industry leads green development

Southern China’s Guangdong Province saw a boom in electric vehicle charging services in the first quarter, according to local electricity authorities. The Guangdong branch of China

Zhuhai | Police bust frozen food smuggling gang

Police in the city of Zhuhai in south China’s Guangdong Province said earlier this week that they had busted a frozen food smuggling case valued at 4

Zhongshan-Macau yacht scheme not working well

The free yacht scheme between Zhongshan and Macau is not operating well, according to Susanna Wong, head of the Macau’s Marine and Water Affairs Bureau, who

Council collaborates with four cities on urban planning

Macau’s Urban Planning Council visited Guangzhou, Dongguan, Huizhou and Shenzhen last month to exchange views with the Planning and Natural Resources Administration officials of these cities regarding

Hong Kong | Liaison official denounces ‘anti-China’ foreign collusion

The Liaison Office Director in Hong Kong, Wang Zhimin, recently criticized the fact that there are some people in Hong Kong “colluding with anti-China politicians and

Archeological find | China confirms oldest tomb with squatting owner

A 13,500-year-old tomb with a headless woman “squatting” inside, was confirmed as the oldest Chinese tomb where the owner was laid to rest in a certain posture. The

China-Lusophone trade up 15% in Jan, Feb

The value of trade between China and the Portuguese-speaking countries reached USD23.58 billion in the two months of January and February 2019, an increase of 15.6% year-

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