UM brings in extra security measures against illegal immigrants

Responding to local Chinese newspaper Macau Daily, UM revealed that it also plans to install around 40 more surveillance cameras and an infrared alarm system this week. It also claimed

Expert says China is under Ebola threat

“In Africa, there are many Chinese working there. So that could be a risk for China in general, and I assume that one day will happen,” he said during

Alibaba’s Ma seeks Hollywood partners in content push

Billionaire Jack Ma said Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. is seeking partners in Hollywood as China’s biggest e-commerce operator wants to acquire more content for smartphones and tablet computers. Ma is visiting

Xiaomi moving Indian user data to servers outside China

Xiaomi Corp. is moving Indian users’ data away from servers in China after the Indian Air Force warned its staff the company’s smartphones pose a security threat. The transfer to Amazon.com

Corporate Bits | CEM delegates participate in 20th electric power supply industry conference

The CEPSI 2014, themed “The Role and Responsibilities of the Electric Power Industry to Make a Smart and Green Society”, focused on climate change, nuclear safety, smart grids, power construction

China’s AliExpress leader in online sales in Brazil

According to a report cited by daily newspaper Estado de São Paulo, AliExpress was well ahead of second-placed B2W group, which includes the brands Americanas.com and Submarino.com that sold 7.2

Mozambique | Production of raw cotton expected to reach 200,000 tons

The production of raw cotton in Mozambique will increase to 200,000 tons in 2020, the national director of the Mozambique Cotton Institute (IAM) said recently in Namialo, Nampula province. Norberto Mahalambe

Blogger’s sketchy anti-US facts draw mainland fans

So, dear Chinese reader, you still think the American Dream eclipses the Chinese one? Well, take a look at Zhou Xiaoping’s blogs and learn that in the U.S. you would have

Prosecutors indict former general on bribery charges

  Chinese prosecutors have indicted a former top military leader on bribery charges, state media said yesterday. Xu Caihou, former deputy chairman of the ruling Communist Party’s powerful Central Military Commission,

Hong Kong | Democracy protesters mark month as they face impasse

  Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protesters yesterday evening were marking a month since police used tear gas in a failed attempt to disperse them, as leaders debate whether to reopen discussions with

Malaysia | Anwar makes final appeal in sodomy case

Malaysia’s top court yesterday began hearing a final appeal filed by opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim against a sodomy conviction widely regarded as a means to neutralize the threat he poses to

South Korea | Victim’s body found from sunken ferry

The first body found in three months was being recovered yesterday from the sunken South Korean ferry, increasing the official death toll to 295, officials said. The government task force said

North Korea Seoul officials say Kim Jong Un had ankle surgery 

South Korea’s spy agency said yesterday it has solved the mystery of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s 6-week public absence, which set off a frenzy of wild speculation around

Gender equality | India slides, US gains in gender gap rankings 

Indian women still face some of the world’s worst inequality in access to health care, education and work, despite years of rapid economic growth, according to a survey of 142

Australia | Teenager nicknamed ‘Ginger Jihadist’ features in second IS video 

An Australian teenage runaway, dubbed the Ginger Jihadist by the media, has been featured in a second Islamic State propaganda video. Australian media reported the latest YouTube video of 17-year-old Abdullah

nurse who had ebola will be released from hospital

A nurse being treated for Ebola will leave the hospital Tuesday after tests showed she’s virus-free, while another nurse quarantined against her will after treating patients in West Africa has

USA | Feds vs states: Who decides on Ebola quarantines?

  For Americans wondering why President Barack Obama hasn’t forced all states to follow a single, national rule for isolating potential Ebola patients, the White House has a quick retort: Talk to the

this day in history: 1998 Apartheid report accuses SA leaders

In the report into abuses under apartheid, former President PW Botha, Home Affairs minister Mangosuthu Buthelezi and Winnie Mandela are all singled out for their actions. The ruling African National Congress

Offbeat | Finland comic wins world’s funniest competition

“Countries don’t owe money to each other, countries owe money to banks,” says Ismo Leikola. “If the countries owe money to banks how stupid are the countries to pay. Like

NFL | McCoy memorable as ’Skins top Cowboys 20-17 in OT

If this is Colt McCoy’s only start for Washington, it sure was memorable. The small-town West Texas kid calmly led another winning drive at the home of the Dallas Cowboys, this

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