Farah Master 方蕊

Farah Master 方蕊



Correspondent for Reuters @Reuters in Hong Kong. 中文, Español. Views mine & retweets aren't endorsements farah.master@thomsonreuters.com

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Macau gambling king Stanley Ho, who built a business empire from scratch in the former Portuguese colony and became one of #Asia’s richest men, died on Tuesday at the age of 98.

Light on debt and cash rich, Macau’s Galaxy Entertainment (https://t.co/IgOJjPx1nz) is bleeding $3 million (£2.4 million) daily in operating cost as the coronavirus crisis upends its casino business.

Asia pivots toward plants for protein as coronavirus stirs meat safety fears https://t.co/Ws42fHyrnf via @farahmaster

Demand for plant-based #protein foods is surging in Asia, suppliers say, as suspicion over possible links between wild animal meat and the new #coronavirus drives some consumers, particularly in #HongKong and mainland #China, to rethink diets.

Macau’s leader Ho Iat Seng said the world’s biggest gambling hub was too dependent on the casino industry, warning that the Chinese territory was facing acute challenges as it emerges from the coronavirus outbreak.

#HongKong throws away more than 3,500 tonnes of #food each day and the amount of waste from food packaging floods its three landfills. Authorities are expanding the disposal sites but say they will reach maximum capacity in a decade. #plantbased #zerowaste

A zero food #waste cafe in Hong Kong is trying to tackle the financial hub’s escalating trash problem by providing meals that are fully compostable, such as vegetables and herb flatbreads, and packaging that is turned into fertiliser.

With supplies back, Hong Kong expats ship masks home to coronavirus hot spots https://t.co/mybka1MVUd via @farahmaster @AleksanderSolum

“My family and friends in Spain are desperate,” said Spanish national Yolanda Caravaca Lopez, who lives in Hong Kong. “Because there are no masks, they tell me the news as if the end of the world is coming.”

Expatriates in #HongKong are buying up masks to send to family and friends back home as supplies return to shops in the Asian financial hub and the coronavirus spreads around the world.

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