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
After starting to build its network in the Asia-Pacific region with its aircraft management services, U.K.-based Gama Aviation is eyeing the possibilities brought about by the
The 125th China Import and Export Fair, also known as the Canton Fair, opened yesterday in Guangzhou, capital of south China’s Guangdong Province, with over half of
With the blond wig and red tie, the star of the Cantonese opera in Hong Kong may look familiar. The Chinese actor and singer has the
The FIVB Women’s Volleyball Nations League will return to the Macao Forum volleyball court next month. A replacement of the former FIVB World Grand Prix,
An official from the Liaison Office in Macau proposed that Taiwan participate in the Greater Bay Area (GBA) plan, according to a report by Taiwan’s United Daily
Shenwan Hongyuan Group Co., China’s sixth largest brokerage by market value, is seeking to raise as much as HKD9.8 billion (USD1.3 billion) in a Hong Kong listing.
A total of 2,381 Chinese white dolphins, an endangered species, have been identified as living in the Pearl River Estuary, local authorities said yesterday, according to Xinhua. As
Known as the “Flower City” because of its blooming flowers all year round, south China’s Guangzhou plans to build a world-class garden named “Guangzhou Garden,” local authorities said. Construction
An innovation index has been published to track the performance of companies based in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area. The index, which was released by
A Hong Kong court set the sentencing of Occupy protest leader Benny Tai and eight other activists for April 24, the latest step in a trial that
Bragging rights to Hong Kong, for now. The city’s equity market has overtaken Japan to be the world’s third largest in value, behind only the U.S.
The Hong Kong SAR government is seeking the mainland’s approval to use Hong Kong law to formulate contracts and conduct arbitrations within the Greater Bay Area (GBA), as
A Hong Kong court found nine leaders of 2014 pro- democracy demonstrations guilty yesterday on public nuisance and other charges, a verdict that activists say likely presages more restrictions
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