Briefs | Places available for MAM’s Spring Art Courses

The Macau Museum of Art (MAM) will host its annual Spring Art Courses from early April until the end of June this year. The first admission list

CEM pledges to ‘adopt more low-carbon emission approaches’

During yesterday’s Annual General Meeting of Companhia de Electricidade de Macau (CEM), the company’s board of directors pledged to “adopt more low-carbon emission approaches in power generation during

Courts | Ho Chio Meng to judge, journalists: ‘Help me, please’

The former public prosecutor general, Ho Chio Meng called yesterday for the help of the court and journalists present at the latest session of the trial

It’s official | Britain files for divorce from the European Union

The United Kingdom filed for divorce from the European Union yesterday, overturning four decades of integration with its neighbors, demolishing the notion that EU expansion is

Architect: Macau should expand using Hengqin, Zhuhai land

Although the local government is seeking to establish Macau as a “Smart City,” even listing this aim in its five-year plan, a scholar has argued that unless

Gaming | Saipan casino opening will likely be delayed

Imperial Pacific International Holding’s Saipan casino project is unlikely to meet its first quarter opening deadline it has emerged, with construction of the integrated resort still

Melco announces official name change

Melco Crown Entertainment Limited announced the company’s official name change from “Melco Crown Entertainment Limited” to “Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited” yesterday. The name change will

Music | Marcel Khalife to play in Macau

The Macau Cultural Centre (CCM) announced that a concert by Marcel Khalife will be held on June 17. Dubbed one of the most prolific contemporary

Sino-Luso Int’l Medical Forum starts today

The 36th Sino-Luso International Medical Forum in Macau will be held in the city between March 30 (today) and April 2, with the title “Best Practice in

Election | CAEAL to set limits on noise levels in public places during campaign

The Electoral Affairs Commission for the Legislative Assembly Election (CAEAL) plans to set limits on the level of noise that can be produced in public places during

Ng Lap Seng case | Assistant in bribery case plea talks

Macau billionaire Ng Lap Seng’s assistant, Jeff Yin, who is standing trial in New York over several charges including bribery, is now in plea talks with the

Stock markets, pound subdued as UK triggers Brexit request

World stock markets were subdued yesterday as Britain triggered the start of its exit from the European Union, a formal step that kicks off two years of negotiations

Trump has casino trademark in Jordan but gambling is illegal

The president of the United States holds a trademark in Jordan for a Donald Trump casino, despite the fact that gambling is illegal in the kingdom. It is

Corporate bits | Sands China takes children with down syndrome on fun day

A group of 35 Sands China Care Ambassadors spent their Saturday afternoon with 40 children and parents from the Macau Down Syndrome Association. The ambassadors took

South China Sea | Duterte to US: Why didn’t you send armada vs man-made islands?

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said yesterday he has asked the U.S. ambassador why America did not deploy an armada of warships to pressure China to stop

Beijing affirms climate pledge after Trump rolls back rules

China promised yesterday to stick to its climate commitments after President Donald Trump eased U.S. curbs on coal and oil use, opening the way for Beijing to

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