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The casino hub of Macau will give residents money to keep its economy going during the coronavirus pandemic

Macau recently shut down its casinos, the city's primary industry. It has stemmed an outbreak of the coronavirus and hopes to keep the economy afloat.

Royal Caribbean forbids passport holders from mainland China, Hong Kong, and Macau from boarding its cruise ships

Royal Caribbean made the announcement after 27 Chinese nationals on a cruise ship docked in Bayonne, New Jersey, were screened the coronavirus.
The Londoner Macau is set to open in 2021.

David Beckham and Gordon Ramsay are helping open a London-themed resort in China complete with a Big Ben replica

The Londoner Macao, set to open in 2021, also promises to recreate the capital's most famous shopping streets, including Bond Street, Mayfair, and Savile Row.
The Taiwan flag emoji has disappeared for Hong Kong and Macau iPhone users.

The Taiwan flag emoji has disappeared from the latest iPhone keyboard for users in Hong Kong and Macau

Hong Kong and Macau users reported the the Taiwan flag emoji has disappeared for iPhone users in iOS 13.1.1 or above.

Meet Macau’s new chief executive Ho Iat-seng: a media-shy Beijing loyalist with deep mainland ties

Most agree that Ho’s family background and ties to Beijing made him the top choice for the job.

Coach and Versace sparked fury in China by selling t-shirts that listed Hong Kong as a separate country

Coach and Versace join a growing list of luxury brands which have stirred controversy on Chinese social media for their wayward branding.
Yang Guang, spokesperson for mainland China's Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office (HKMAO) of the State Council, answers questions concerning the ongoing protests in Hong Kong, at a press conference in Beijing on July 29, 2019.

China says Hong Kong will ‘suffer’ if protests continue

The Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office of the State Council held a rare press conference after a weekend of clashes between protesters and the police.
Attendants stand in front of the entrance to the newly opened Wynn Encore casino in Macau April 22, 2010.

Wynn slumps as high rollers stay away in Macau

Wynn missed on revenue as high rollers stayed away from Macau. The company highlighted particular weakness in baccarat.

High rollers are staying away from the gambling capital of the world and it’s the latest sign that China is slowing down

Credit Suisse recommends reducing allocation to Macau gaming stocks, as stock prices have risen.

Tourists are flooding Asian cities, and 15 of their favorite hotspots now rank among the most-visited in the world

Asian cities are dominating the global tourism scene, according to Euromonitor's annual ranking.