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HANGCHUN, Sept 01, 2014 (Xinhua) -- Remains of miners at a museum of Liaoyuan miners' tomb during Japanese occupation in Liaoyuan, northeast China's Jilin Province, Aug. 28, 2014. The miners'tomb, which keeps 197 forced miners' remains, was an important evidence of Japanese crime of using forced Chinese labor between 1931 and 1945. No more than twenty of the forced miners in Liaoyuan are still alive today.

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1 September 2014 15:25 GMT +8
Re-elected CE vows not to disappoint public
Re-elected Chief Executive Fernando Chui Sai On promised Sunday that he would not disappoint the public in his second term that begins on December 20. Chui made the pledge in a speech acknowledging his re-election. Chui thanked residents for their support, and promised that he will put his c...
Melco International Development announced Thursday that its first-half profit surged 57.3 percent to HK$908 million. The company headed by Lawrence Ho Yau Lung also said in a statement to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange that the core gaming and Macau business units under its major associate Melco Cr...
Melco Int’l Dev profit rises 57 pct in H1
Macau’s gold jewellery imports fell 44 percent year-on-year to 651 million patacas in July, the Statistics and Census Bureau (DSEC) announced Thursday. The import of mobile phones dropped 17 percent to 376 million patacas, while the import of handbags and wallets fell 11 percent to 259 million ...
 Gold jewellery imports drop 44 pct in July
Chief Executive Fernando Chui Sai On said Wednesday that his second-term government would study the setting-up of a mechanism for non-local workers to “bow out” during an economic downturn to ensure that locals will have jobs. He also urged citizens to have confidence in his government’s determin...
Chui vows mechanism for imported labour to ‘bow out’
Macau’s officially estimated unemployment rate for May-July stood at 1.7 percent, the Statistics and Census Bureau (DSEC) said in a statement Wednesday. The statement pointed out that rate has remained at 1.7 percent since November last year. The city’s total labour force stood at 393,600 in...
Jobless rate remains at 1.7 pct in May-July
Air Macau Company saw its net profit decline year-on-year by 74.4 percent in the first half of 2014 despite growth registered in the number of passengers. Air Macau, a subsidiary of state-owned mainland China operator Air China, saw its net profit decline to 21 million yuan ( US$3.4 million) ...
Air Macau profits plummet 74,4 percent