A suspected Chinese gunman allegedly held up a couple working late at a jewellery store after smashing through the entrance with a forklift truck, mainland media reports.
Chinese offshore yuan fell sharply on Friday morning after hitting a two-month high on Thursday, with traders saying the downward trend may continue as they believe the currency’s bounce back this week was overdone.
Hong Kong stocks traded down Friday morning, mirroring widespread negativity in global markets after a US equities sell-off gathered momentum overnight.
Wynn Macau, one of Macau’s largest casino operators listed in Hong Kong, saw its total operating revenues drop 26.9 per cent to US$555.66 million in the three months ended December.
Vancouver-area realtor Jason Liu says he just wanted to help the city’s wealthy Chinese investor migrants, and to help Canadians understand that “most of them are good guys”.
Sometime in the mid-1990s, after grunge and before the boy band era, Mick Jagger approached Martin Scorsese with an idea for a movie about the music business.
E-commerce powerhouse Alibaba Group may be going “Gangnam Style” as it invests KRW35.5 billion (about US$29.5 million) to take a minority stake in SM Entertainment, operator of one of the biggest record labels in South Korea’s booming K-pop industry.
Of the recent spate of consultation papers published by the government, I think “Consultation on 2016-17 Budget” is the best.
“Better to die with honour than survive in disgrace.” So says the core member of localist group Hong Kong Indigenous, which participated in the Mong Kok riot, in a “final message to Hongkongers” published on Thursday.
Food and beverage giant Nestle told the IAAF on Wednesday that it terminated its sponsorship of athletics’ governing body over fears the doping scandal could damage the company’s image.