Xi vows to boost patriotism of HK and Macau residents

President Xi Jinping pledged to strengthen the national identity and patriotism of the people of Hong Kong and Macau during his closing speech for the National

NPC | Emboldened Xi lays out vision for China, warning for Taiwan

President Xi Jinping vowed to protect “every inch” of China’s territory, improve the lives of its people and promote the resurgence of Chinese culture and creativity as

Guangdong reports new incident at nuclear power plant

The Guangdong nuclear emergency committee issued a notice to the Unitary Police Service (SPU) about an operational incident at the Daya Bay nuclear power plant on Monday, according

Internet | Survey reveals increase in broadband penetration

The number of local households using the Internet in 2017 increased by 1,200 year-on-year to 168,800, accounting for 88.1 percent of all households.

France | Ex-president Sarkozy held on Gadhafi claims

In the latest judicial setback for the former French president, Nicolas Sarkozy was placed in custody yesterday as part of an investigation that he received

Pollyanna Chu loses half her wealth on stock plunge

Pollyanna Chu has lost her title as Hong Kong’s richest woman after her listed company turned into Asia’s worst performer this year. Worth almost USD12 billion

Philippines | Fire at Manila hotel-casino put out; death toll raised to five

Firefighters found two more bodies yesterday in a hotel-casino gutted by fire that sent thick, heavy smoke into the sky over the Philippine capital, raising the

Duetto to bring opera ‘closer’ to the audience

Set to bring back opera to the “special” stage of the Dom Pedro V Theatre, the Opera “Duetto,” by Peter Gordon and Andrea Bettinelli Dal Cin promises

Tam says non-resident childbirth fees will be means-tested

Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam has confirmed to the public that the delivery charge hike for non-resident mothers at the public hospital will be

Illegal worker plummets to death from construction site

A fatal industrial accident which occurred on a construction site at City of Dreams on Sunday afternoon has been reported by the Public Security Police Force

Gov’t may allow small inns and shops at Lai Chi Vun

The government’s plan to revitalize the Lai Chi Vun area in Coloane will include the possibility of installing small inns as well as shops in

Property | Hong Kong mulls tax on unsold apartments to curb soaring prices

Hong Kong is considering imposing a tax on unsold apartments in its search for ways to cool the city’s red-hot housing market, a move that

Child development center may not open due to lack of support

The Macau Child Development Association (MCDA) is accusing the local government of creating difficulties for the association’s operations (helping children with developmental disorders in Macau), MCDA president

Health Bureau discovers health voucher infractions

The Health Bureau (SSM) has discovered that clinics and medical practitioners in the private sector have violated the use of health vouchers. Authorities

NPC | Xi Jinping reappointed China’s president with no term limits

China’s rubber-stamp legislature on Saturday unanimously approved the reappointment of Xi Jinping as president with no limit on the number of terms he can serve. The

Some migrants birthing charges to increase 3 times, not 9

The raise in baby delivery fees for non-resident domestic workers at the public hospital will be hiked three times and not nine times as previously

Gaming | Saipan casino operator raided by US federal agents

U.S. federal agents raided a Saipan office of Imperial Pacific International Holdings Ltd. last week, according to people familiar with the matter. The investigators took documents

Border zone from HKZM Bridge under Macau administration

The Macau border zone of the world’s longest sea bridge connecting Hong Kong, Zhuhai and Macau has been officially handed over to the Macau Special Administrative Region

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