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SANMENXIA, Dec. 18, 2014 (Xinhua) -- Whooper swans fly over a wetland in Sanmenxia City, central China's Henan Province.

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18 December 2014 17:33 GMT +8
New custom policy between Zhuhai and Macau in place from today
A new custom clearance policy between Macau and the city of Zhuhai come into effect today ahead of the 15th anniversary of Macau’s return to China that will be celebrated Friday. The policy is aimed to provide more choices to people who travel between the two places and ease the pressure of the b...
A survey conducted by the University of Hong Kong (HKU) on December 1-2 shows that 61 percent of Macau residents aged 18 and over are in favour of the election of the chief executive by popular vote. Among those who support electing the chief executive (CE) by universal suffrage, 73 percent said ...
61 pct want CE election by popular vote: survey
The Macau Government Tourist Office (MGTO) Wednesday released its findings about the feasibility of “family hostels”, showing that 62.5 percent of 2,243 respondents agreed with the idea of “family hostels” in general. However, the survey also found that not many of those who agreed with the “fa...
63 pct support ‘family hostel’ idea but NIMBY63 pct support ‘family hostel’ idea but NIMBY
Public Prosecutor-General Ho Chio Meng said Tuesday that the process of strengthening judicial co-operation between the mainland and Hong Kong was going smoothly, adding that the local government would do its best to sign an agreement with its Hong Kong counterparts early next year on the mutual rec...
Macau, Hong Kong vow to ink judicial co-op deal early next year
A survey conducted by the Macau Federation of Trade Unions (commonly known as Gung Luen) between September 1 and November 1 shows that 76.01 percent of casino employees say that their physical and mental health is in decline, while 53.93 percent say that they have “no confidence” in their future job...
76 pct of casino workers say their health declines: survey
Beijing is to launch a major crackdown on the multibillion-dollar flow of illicit funds through Macau casinos in a coordinated security drive that will see the country's powerful Ministry of Public Security play a leading role, according to South China Morning Post today. The unprecedented move...
China launches major crackdown on flow of illicit funds to Macau