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In Macau, China's 'One Country, Two Systems' Is a Success
October 14, 2014

In Macau, China's 'One Country, Two Systems' Is a Success

By Dingding Chen
3 reasons why Macau won't see Hong Kong-like protests
After Hong Kong, Macau?
October 11, 2014

After Hong Kong, Macau?

By David Gitter
While Hong Kong protests, Macau is experiencing a political awakening of its own.

World Cup Scores Big in China
June 26, 2014

World Cup Scores Big in China

By Shannon Tiezzi
Despite an awkward time difference and the absence of a Chinese team, the World Cup is drawing a huge audience in China.

South Korea OKs $805 Million ‘Foreigner-Only’ Casino Resort
March 18, 2014

South Korea OKs $805 Million ‘Foreigner-Only’ Casino Resort

By J.T. Quigley
Caesars said the complex could open in time for the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics.

Las Vegas Firm Wants to Make Japan Asia’s Next Gambling Destination
February 25, 2014

Las Vegas Firm Wants to Make Japan Asia’s Next Gambling Destination

By J.T. Quigley
Billionaire CEO of Las Vegas Sands “will spend whatever it takes” to enter the Japanese market.
Casinos in Tokyo: An Olympic-Sized Cash Cow?
September 30, 2013

Casinos in Tokyo: An Olympic-Sized Cash Cow?

With the 2020 Olympics bid clinched, the case for legalizing casinos in Japan has received a boost.

The Clash in Cotai: Pacquiao and Rios Meet, Hype Macau Fight
August 08, 2013

The Clash in Cotai: Pacquiao and Rios Meet, Hype Macau Fight

Manny Pacquiao and Brandon Rios are preparing for China’s biggest boxing match ever.

Manila Opens $1 Billion Casino
March 18, 2013

Manila Opens $1 Billion Casino

The Philippine capital is building an “Entertainment Island” in Manila Bay. The earnings could be huge.

SE Asia Hits ‘Jackpot’ With Casinos
November 10, 2012

SE Asia Hits ‘Jackpot’ With Casinos

The gambling industry has been a boon for local coffers, but the social ills that accompany casinos linger on.

China’s GDP Numbers: A Mixed Bag
October 19, 2012

China’s GDP Numbers: A Mixed Bag

While the economy has slowed, opinions vary on what comes next. Is another boom possible?

China's Tone Deaf Officials
January 24, 2012

China's Tone Deaf Officials

A number of gaffes in recent years highlight how out of touch local Chinese Communist Party officials are.

October 22, 2009

Another Wine Health Perk; Some Asia Trends

This week a study revealed possible good news for type 2 diabetics.of drinking age. The new findings suggest that a compound contained in red wine may work to moderate insulin levels, as was shown in experiments with mice. Resveratrol, found in red w

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