Guangzhou | 3D-printed electrical room starts operation

A power distribution room built with 3D printing technology has started operation in Guangzhou, capital of southern China’s Guangdong Province. The electrical room, the first of its kind

Li Ka-Shing’s son stumbles in year since Superman’s retirement

Following in his father’s footsteps was always going to be a challenge for CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd.’s Victor Li. Li Ka-shing, the self-made billionaire who over

Cruise, yacht businesses watching Greater Bay for opportunity

A white yacht departed from Shenwan Yacht Dock in Zhongshan, a city of China’s southern Guangdong province, and sailed along the West River, a tributary of

Public approval | HK people show record low confidence in ‘One Country, Two Systems’

The latest survey conducted by the Public Opinion Programme of the University of Hong Kong (HKU POP) showed that Hong Kong peoples’ net confidence in the future

Health | Measles outbreak infects workers at HK airport

Hong Kong’s Department of Health is investigating an outbreak of measles that has infected three workers at the city’s airport. The trio, employees at the Hong

Hong Kong | Chief Executive warns of collateral damage risk from trade war

Hong Kong’s chief executive cautioned that the Asian financial hub continued to face the risk of collateral damage from the China-U.S. trade war, saying the tensions

The scariest hour in FX keeping HK peg defenders busy

The early part of the Asian trading day - when currency flash crashes tend to happen - seems to be when intervention happens too. All five

China Southern Power Grid to build new GBA network

China Southern Power Grid claims that, by 2030, the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area (GBA) will have completed building a ‘smart power grid,’ according to Chinese reports.

Chinese group HNA sells stake in TAP – Air Portugal

The HNA group has divested the 9 percent stake that it indirectly held in the share capital of TAP – Air Portugal by selling its subsidiary Hainan

Hong Kong’s weak dollar is a victim of surging China stocks

The rally in Chinese stocks has been bad news for the Hong Kong dollar. Equity investors are selling the currency for the Chinese yuan and

Hong Kong | Administration to spend half of fiscal reserves building artificial islands

Hong Kong’s government plans to spend HKD624 billion ($80 billion), equivalent to half its fiscal reserves, to reclaim land for artificial islands that’ll help ease its housing

Chinese analyst says Bay plan difficult to achieve

Chinese economic analyst Su Yue, from the Economist Intelligence Unit, believes it will be very difficult for Chinese government officials to achieve the goals of the Outline

Taiwan commentator | ‘GBA means disappearance of SARs’ subjectivity’

Taiwan independent commentator Ze-Yuan Chiu said that the introduction of the Greater Bay Area (GBA) entails the “disappearance of Hong Kong’s and Macau’s subjectivity,” referring to the

Hong Kong listed as most expensive city along Singapore, Paris

Hong Kong shares the title of the world’s most expensive cities along with Singapore and Paris for the first time, according to a report by The Economist

Land reclamation for science can diversify Macau economy, mainland expert says

A mainland expert says that Macau can create a technological innovation and entrepreneurship zone through land reclamation. The expert, Qu Jian, is the deputy dean of China Development

Hong Kong | Subway collision marks latest mishap for city’s metro

Two Hong Kong subway trains collided during a test run of a new signaling system, the second mishap in months for local rail operator MTR Corp.

China to flesh out foreign investment law

China will introduce a series of regulations and documents in accordance with the foreign investment law to protect the legitimate rights and interests of foreign investors, Premier

Macau Airport opens service center in Zhongshan

The Macau International Airport Zhongshan Service Center was officially opened to the public last week at the Zhongshan City Terminal, providing a direct bus service to Hengqin and

Hengqin reserves 200,000 square meters of land for Macau

On Friday, the University of Macau (UM) signed a cooperation agreement with the Hengqin district government to jointly build a research center on the island.

Hong Kong | Analyst predicts Carrie Lam will invite Japan to cooperate on GBA

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam will likely make a trip to Japan, seeking an agreement to work with the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area (GBA) project,

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