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CHINA The British Embassy in Beijing said it will offer a 24-hour super priority visa service for visitors from Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou starting from August 11. The price for the service will be 600 pounds (about 6,600 yuan). The Super Priority Service will be

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THE BUZZ: World Bank promotes electricity access in Congo

The World Bank has announced a USD100 million donation to boost Congo’s agriculture sector and another $100 million for micro-dams to bolster rural electricity access. World Bank VP Makhtar Diop made the announcement at a press conference yesterday alongside Congo PM Augustin Matata Ponyo. The

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Chinese portal Sohu reports USD45 million loss

Sohu.com Inc., operator of a popular Chinese Internet portal, said yesterday it lost USD45 million in the latest quarter while revenue rose 18 percent to $400 million. The loss for the three months ended June 30 compared with a $69 million loss in the previous

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EDUCATION | Summer internship program in full operation

Summer time is a popular internship season among college students – who get the chance to put their theories into practice – and this summer, local students are able to work for local employers as well as in Hunan province’s Changsha city. The summer internship

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Review of Culture focuses of Asian Studies

Edition number 45 of the Review of Culture, composed entirely in English, is a special, compiled edition linked to the 8th International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS8). Held in Macau in 2013, the event assembled some 1,500 scholars from 56 countries and regions. The Times

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DSEJ to consult high school academic attainment next year

The director of the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ), Leong Lai, has revealed that her department is going to launch the public consultation of the high school basic academic attainment in 2015. She estimated that the curriculum reform for the non-tertiary education in Macau

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Several flights delayed per day over China’s military drills

Two to three flights per day – departing or arriving in Macau from mainland China - are likely to be delayed in the coming days due to ongoing People’s Liberation Army (PLA) military exercises. Flights to and from East China will be affected by the

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CRIME | Man accused of raping mentally disabled woman

João Pedro Lau The Judiciary Police (PJ) has detained a 23 year old local who allegedly forced his former girlfriend, who has a mild mental retardation, to have sexual intercourse. PJ information suggested that the victim started working in a hotel in Taipa in September

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