Tag Archives: Beijing
- Macau facing VIP slowdown, mass market surge, Beijing’s ire
September 25, 2013
Analysts say Macau in for a VIP slowdown early in 2014, but may be saved by mass market gains; Beijing impatient on diversification efforts.
- China appoints respected official to head liaison office in Macau
April 30, 2013
The move will have some significant repercussions, particularly in the way China is trying to be more proactive in protecting state assets
- Cashless, members-only poker club to open in Beijing
February 28, 2013
A cashless, members-only poker club plans to open in Beijing in April, but how long will the authorities allow it to stay open?
- Macau daily gambling news
July 2, 2012
Growth increases by 12.2 percent; Ferries to help drive up demand; Beijing approves changes
- Online Gambler first to be jailed in Chinese capital
July 22, 2010
Zhao Yan has been jailed for online gambling in Beijing, he’s the first man to ever receive a verdict on online soccer gambling in the capital.
- Beijing Cracks Down On Trio Of Social Evils
May 25, 2010
Just like pretty much every other place in China, there’s a crackdown on something going on, Beijing was feeling left out.
Eagle-eyed China keeping close tabs on 26 online game operators
August 30, 2016
Macau’s Biggest Enemy: Capital Controls from Beijing
August 5, 2014
Macau: Beware Governments Bearing “Helpful Policies”
October 6, 2015