Kim Jong Nam | Alias Facebook account shut down

A Facebook account that appears to be owned by the recently assassinated half-brother of the North Korean leader has surfaced under the alias confirmed by Malaysian authorities, Kim

Lilau mansion on the market, bids start at HKD250m

One of the houses most symbolic of Macau’s historical center has been listed for sale. Bidding on the Lilau mansion, a three-story building facing the

Baby Chyn back to ICU, family appealing for financial support

A Filipina baby who was in 2015 diagnosed with Down Syndrome, a congenital heart disease, a complete ventricular septal defect and pulmonary hypertension is back in the hospital

Medical malpractice law to be enforced from February 26

Laws relating to medical malpractice are expected to be enforced starting from February 26, following the assessment from the Executive Council (ExCo). The information was

Scholars praise execution of ‘One Country, Two Systems’ policy

The Macau University of Science and Technology held a seminar on China’s “One Country, Two Systems” policy yesterday. University professors, as well as lawmaker Si

Briefs | Zhuhai listed as key transportation hub

The Ministry of Transport of China has listed Zhuhai as one of the region’s key transportation hubs in addition to 50 other cities, according to reports by

China loses a friend – and leverage – with Kim’s murder

Kim Jong Nam, 45, lived out of North Korea for many years and had close links to China. He started families in both Beijing and Macau,

Mystery deepens, questions build in North Korea princeling death 

What do we really know about the sudden death of an exiled North Korean princeling? Aside from heated media speculation and an instant “it’s-gotta-be-Pyongyang” reaction from Seoul’s spy agency,

‘Go-slow’ protest to be held tomorrow

The “Go-slow” protest will be held tomorrow, but organizers are not satisfied with the routes proposed by authorities. The protest – which was organized by

Local youth associations visiting startups in Portugal

A delegation led by the Macau Economic Services (DSE), composed mainly of representatives from local youth associations, is currently touring Portugal in order to visit several startup

Diplomats meet with woman arrested

Indonesian diplomats have met with a woman arrested in Malaysia for suspected involvement in the killing of the North Korean leader’s half brother and confirmed she is an

Real Estate Matters | Common misconceptions about renting a property in Macau – Part 4

After many years of handling rental transactions we would have to be completely blind not to see some recurring patterns amongst tenants, especially when people first arrive

MGM China | Gaming market has ‘stabilized’

Gaming operator MGM China reported a total revenue of HKD14.9 billion for the 2016 financial year.  In the year under review, MGM China recorded

Melco Crown | Q4 revenue up 13 percent

Melco Crown Entertainment Ltd. yesterday reported its unaudited financial results for the fourth quarter and for the full year ending December 31, 2016.

Seac Pai Van’s water plant size trimmed

Macau’s water distributor Macao Water Supply Co Ltd has reduced the land size of its Seac Pai Van water plant, whose construction is expected to begin in

China casino crackdown infects Sydney as Star VIP turnover hit

China’s clampdown on overseas casino operators is being felt in Sydney as Star Entertainment Group Ltd. reported a slump in its international high-rollers business after the detention of

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