Issue: May 28, 2015   (Archive)
Thursday, May 28, 2015   

Pictures of ex-TV anchor used in investment scam
Former TVB anchor Alan Wong Tai-kwan said his selfies were stolen from Facebook by fraudsters, who then used his pictures to trick women into making "investments" in Hong Kong.

`Cop kill' video pair arrested
Two members of a radical group who allegedly threatened on YouTube to kill police officers have been arrested.

Betting big on the other fun features
For many people, going to Asia's gaming hub for the opening of Galaxy Macau Phase 2 was an easy decision.

Plane loses both engines mid-flight
Singapore Airlines pilots overcame a major crisis after a flight from the Lion City to Shanghai lost power in both engines just south of Hong Kong on Saturday.

Galaxy sees future in mass-market gaming
Galaxy Entertainment Group (0027) deputy chairman Francis Lui Yiu-tung expects the company's non-gaming revenue in Macau to see a double-digit growth as the industry faces its toughest times in a decade.

Yuan leads way in payments
The yuan has emerged as the currency that is the most used in the Asia-Pacific region for payments vis-a-vis Hong Kong and the mainland despite only placing fifth as recently as 2012.

Shoppers go Japan crazy as yen falls to new low
Hongkongers are stocking up on the yen and making plans for travel to Japan as the currency drops to a new low of 6.269.

FBI cries foul
World football was rocked when Swiss police detained several leaders of the sport's governing body in a dawn raid yesterday as part of a twin corruption probe involving more than US$150 million (HK$1.16 billion) in alleged bribes.

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