MACAO, Feb. 2 (UPI) -- Kim Jong-nam, the oldest son of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il, is reportedly living with his family in Macao, the former island colony now part of China.
While he travels a great deal, Kim makes Macao his base, the Korea Times reported.
"He's been on the move for much of the decade, but Macao is the place he calls home now," a source told the South China Morning Post. "He's been free to stay as long as he lives quietly. He believes he is among friends and he appears to be happy."
Macao, which was administered by Portugal until 1999, is a special administrative region in China. The island is known as a gambling center.
Kim Jong-il has three sons by two different mothers, both now dead. He is said to have made his youngest son, Kim Jong-un, now 23, his heir apparent.