The Philippines is complaining about an invasion of Chinese workers who flooding the country to take advantage of job offers.
Police in the Malaysian capital of Kuala Lumpur has busted an international online gambling syndicate arresting 49 Chinese nationals.
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.
“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.
Police have detained 123 Chinese nationals who were believed to be working as online gambling operators during a raid at a premises in Jalan Tebrau
Military police in Banteay Meanchey province in Cambodia arrested more than 50 Chinese nationals suspected of running an illegal online gambling
According to several reports in mainland Chinese and local Cambodian media, the staff at the unnamed casino took the law into their own hands in the western Cambodian town, which has quickly grown into a Chinese casino hub in the space of just a few years.