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More than 7200 vote in unofficial Macau referendum despite police crackdown – South China Morning Post (subscription)

More than 7200 vote in unofficial Macau referendum despite police crackdownSouth China Morning Post (subscription)More than 7,200 people have voted by Thursday morning in an unofficial referendum organised by democracy activists on Macau's upcoming chief executive election, amid a tough crackdown by the government from

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Protests in Macau – The Economist (blog)

The Economist (blog)Protests in MacauThe Economist (blog)KNOWN for its casinos and conservative society, the city-state of Macau is a magnet for the rich in search of decadent fun. It is rarely the site of political protest. But on August 25th around 1,000 of Macau's dealers

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The Buzz: Malaysia police arrest 44 Nepalese workers after factory riot

Malaysian police arrested 44 Nepalese workers of manufacturer JCY International Bhd. after a riot led the company to shut down some of its operations in the southern state of Johor. About 1,000 foreign workers were involved in the two-day unrest that began Aug. 25 following

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Pacquiao to help set up boxing academy in China

Manny Pacquiao is setting up a boxing institute in China and believes the country of 1.4 billion people can produce professional world champions. Pacquiao said yesterday that he has partnered with a Chinese company and the Chinese government to set up an institute in his

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CHINA Twenty-two Chinese officials who had relatives living overseas have been punished for graft as part of a government campaign targeting corruption, China News Service reported yesterday. The so-called naked officials, all from Guangdong province, include the former deputy mayor of Guangzhou, the news agency

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briefs: Exhibitions’ with moore visitors in 2Q

A total of 227 MICE events were held in the second quarter of 2014, one less than the number of events held in the same period last year, according to information released by the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC). However, there was an increase in

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The Sole Candidate on the Campaign Trail | Chui says tougher penalties for drug crimes depend on public opinion

The Chief Executive election candidate, Mr Chui Sai On, has said that the opinions of Macau’s residents need to be heard before the government can move forward to introduce tougher penalties on drug crimes. Yesterday morning, he met with Electoral Committee members from the third

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24-hour border crossing approved for industrial zone

The Chinese government has approved a proposal to extend crossing hours for the Zhuhai-Macau Cross Border Industrial Zone. Non-resident workers and Macau residents will be allowed to cross the border between midnight and 7:00 a.m. whilst other border checkpoints in Macau are closed. Lawmaker and

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