The Buzz |Boxing: Mayweather allegedly wants rematch clause

After Manny Pacquiao’s bout with Chris Algieri in Macau the focus is on who will take on the Filipino fighter next. According to Manny’s trainer Freddie Roach, Floyd Mayweather Jr.

MUSIC | Clockenflap 7th edition poised to rock Hong Kong

A top notch live music lineup from around the world is poised to attract a legion of open-air music-lovers in their thousands. Every year the list of musical acts keeps

World Briefs

CHINA  A top official at iconic Chinese state-owned liquor maker Moutai has been snared in the country’s ongoing anti-corruption campaign. Kweichow Moutai Group deputy general manager Fang Guoxing is under

INTERNET SECURITY | Gov’t servers allegedly became tools for hackers

The Macau New Technologies Incubator Centre (Manetic) revealed that local web servers, including those owned by government departments, were turned into “zombie servers” and were used by hackers to attack

Macau tops telecom affordability rankings

Worldwide, the latest data shows that Internet use continues to grow steadily, at 6.6 per cent globally in 2014 (3.3 per cent in developed countries, 8.7 per cent in the

Mainland worker dies in Coloane workplace accident

A 47-year-old mainland construction worker was hit by falling drill pipes yesterday afternoon at a construction site in Coloane and was confirmed dead after arriving at hospital. Information from the

Experts say region fails on coherent heritage managment

Architect and urban planner Francisco Pinheiro suggested that a lack of public deliberation in the process of planning heritage management has resulted in a fragmented configuration of today’s heritage map. “In

Gaming | Alert Chinese VIPs flee Vegas tables amid anti-corruption drive

Baccarat winnings on the Las Vegas Strip fell 36 percent to USD97 million in October, echoing declines in Macau where an anti-corruption drive in China has crimped high-end play. Total casino

Agreement to bring 5,000 Myanmar workers to Macau

The Myanmar Overseas Employment Agency Association signed a memorandum of understanding with the Macau Overseas Employment Agency Association aiming to bring 5,000 Burmese migrant workers to Macau per year. The

South Korean visitors reach 500,000 this year

The director of the Macau Government Tourist Office, Helena de Senna Fernandes, welcomed the lucky visitor at the airport. She said that South Korea is the first international market to