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11:56

What to do

The Chinese Aerobatic Circus tumbles into Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

The Great Aerobatic Circus of China will stop in Torremolinos for a one-off performance at the Auditorium Príncipe de Asturias on Friday 14 February. The award-winning circus will present Dream Trip, a heart-stopping show of Chinese circus tradition

00:41

Local

Chinese companies on Costa count the cost of coronavirus

NURIA TRIGUERO / MATÍAS STUBER

Chinese-owned businesses are a common sight along the Costa del Sol and most have been feeling the direct and indirect effects of the coronavirus outbreak in recent weeks. A spokesperson for the local Chinese business community has explained what ... fear about the virus has meant for these Costa firms, which are mostly restaurants, bazaar-style shops and wholesalers of Far-Eastern imports. Leticia Chen told SUR that initially many local people stopped going to Chinese firms, but now customers ... understand there is little real risk in visiting them. "The high street businesses are recovering little by little as income dropped 30 to 35 per cent." However, the around 250 wholesalers who import Chinese goods, mostly based on the Guadalhorce industrial

11:41

Local

Body of Chinese tourist found floating near Benalmádena beach

J. C. / Á. F.

...of a fully dressed woman at 9.10am. It appears that the deceased was a 51-year-old tourist, of Chinese origin, who had been reported missing on Sunday. According to sources consulted, the woman was staying with her family in a hotel in

15:21

Local

The coronavirus outbreak sees up to 14,000 high-spending Chinese cancel Costa trips

Pilar Martínez

...association, Sergio García, said earlier this week that the coronavirus outbreak will have seen between 12,000 and 14,000 Chinese tourists cancel trips during January and February. Some 150 group arrivals were planned over the first two months of the year. ... These cancellations are particularly important for the area as Chinese customers are higher than average spenders on accommodation and services. Travel agents are also feeling the reverse effects as Spaniards are not going to China either "We're ... to Chinese cities until at least 9 February. Other airlines with connections to Malaga have also suspended flights to China.

18:37

Local

Chinese tourists who prefer to pay by mobile phone get help from Malaga tech firm

NURIA TRIGUERO

...had a bank account until recently, and even now many still have no relationship with any type of traditional financial institution: they have gone directly for digital banking, bypassing the usual type completely. The Chinese do everything via mobile ... world, a subsidiary of the Chinese eletronics giant Alibaba, which is used by around one billion users. It acts as a link between the firm and the Spanish businesses so that tourists from China can pay for purchases through their mobile phones. A few ... weeks ago an initiative was presented whereby Ronda, one of the most popular tourist destinations for visitors from Asia, became a friendly enclave for Chinese consumers who are used to paying by mobile phone. The company is providing shops, restaurants

11:15

Local

Coronavirus fears increase as Wuhan's football team arrives to train in Sotogrande

ÁNGEL ESCALERA / PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

The Junta de Andalucía regional government has put in place a special observation plan to calm fears among the general public after the arrival of the Wuhan Zall football team on Wednesday. The Chinese team, from the city where the deadly ... pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome and kidney failure. The virus can pass from human to human, Chinese authorities have confirmed, even before symptoms are displayed. The team is managed by former Malaga coach José González: "They are not walking ... empathy. It can't be easy to be so many miles away from your family knowing that they are in the quarantine zone, I hope that we show signs of decency and be sensible," he said. González also added a phrase which has been going viral on Chinese social

15:46

Local

Chinese firm Miniso to open two new shops in Malaga

Juan SOTO

Chinese firm Miniso, which specialises in household and consumer goods including cosmetics, stationery, toys, and kitchenware, will open two new stores in Malaga as part of its European expansion. The two shops will be located in the Plaza Mayor

17:33

Opinion

Chinese simplicity

ANDREW J. LINN

Possibly the Chinese have hit the nail on the head as far as food pairing is concerned. Here in Spain there used to be a misplaced desire to 'marry' wine with food (maridaje), and wine tastings were often based on this principle. But it was never ... average customer, and it is up to him or her to translate your preferences into the perfect accompanying wine. With the plus that in the event of a mismatch, you will get to taste another wine for free. The Chinese don't do such complicated stuff. Ask ... Chinese drinkers, wine is red. Period. In a fight to choose a suitable partner for most Chinese food, the overall winner would be a fruity white, possibly a Chardonnay/Gewürztraminer blend, although there are those who favour beer, cava or vodka.

15:28

Local

Five-year-old boy survives fall from third floor in Malaga

Fernando torres / juan cano

In what is being described locally as a 'miracle', a five-year-old boy survived a fall from a third-floor window in Malaga city on Monday. The boy, of Chinese origin, suffered several fractures in the lower limbs and in one shoulder and several