The Philippines is complaining about an invasion of Chinese workers who flooding the country to take advantage of job offers.
Palawan province always welcomes visitors from all over the world, but residents of the world-renowned tourist destination are now anxious.
Asia’s leading casino junket operator Suncity Group has denied operating illegal online gambling in China, while simultaneously vowing to stop doing anything China views as illegal.
Zhao Kezhi, the Public Security Minister of China, has pledged to resolutely crack down on cross-border online gambling according to the law.
Tessie, her husband and their adult son recently vacated their home of 37 years in a Manila suburb to make way for some unfamiliar tenants–20 Chinese nationals.
By some estimates, at least 100,000 people from mainland China have moved to Manila for jobs as gambling company marketing agents, and others
Esports – professional video gaming in which teams play each other in competitions – are experiencing exponential growth in China
“We are adding different amenities and attractions to continue to draw people to Singapore and keep our side ahead of the competition,” George Tanasijevich, the chief executive officer of Marina Bay Sands, told the Nikkei Asian Review in May.
A Chinese company has reportedly given the Samoa government a wish list for investment in the country, including a casino.
Talamua Online reported a company call Beijing Zhao Yi Li Investment Management, has recently visited Samoa.
In China, drones are playing a key role in investigating illegal gambling. Last month, Chinese authorities employed drones to locate illegal mobile casinos in Anhui Province, leading to the arrest of 35 suspects. A concealed gambling den — apparently housed temporarily in tents — continually relocated — so it was difficult for police to conduct a raid — and organizers had guards on watch for police activity.