Family scatters Chinese Nobel laureate’s ashes into the sea

Family members of Liu Xiaobo scattered the Nobel Peace Prize laureate’s ashes into the sea on Saturday in funeral proceedings closely orchestrated by the Chinese government

Italy wins Macau FIVB Championship

Italy is taking home USD80,000 after winning first place in the 2017 Federation Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB) World Grand Prix Macau. The Italian team bested China,

Int’l Salon of Photography sees rise in participants

The 19th Macao International Salon of Photography 2017 was inaugurated yesterday at Lou Lim Ieoc Garden, awarding 50 photographers from around the globe. Organized by the

Tennis | Federer wins 8th Wimbledon title, beating Cilic in final

Roger Federer’s wait for No. 8 at Wimbledon is over. He is once again the champion of the grass-court Grand Slam tournament, now more often than any

Political prisoner Liu Xiaobo dies at age 61

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Liu Xiaobo, China’s most prominent political prisoner, died yesterday at a hospital in the country’s northeast, officials said. He was 61. Liu had been transferred to

Fire Services registered less calls in first six months of 2017

The Fire Services (CB) registered a decrease in the need for their services during the first six months of 2017, when compared to the same

Volleyball | US, China ready for today’s games

Sitting on top of their group, following three wins in the 2017 Federation Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB) Volleyball World Grand Prix, team USA is set to

Hong Kongers most active people worldwide

Hong Kongers are the most active people in the world, according to data collected from more than 700,000 mobile phones worldwide. Utilizing anonymous data from

Turtle Giant to reconvene for 1st Macau gig this year

Turtle Giant are reconvening in Macau tomorrow night at Rua de Nossa Senhora do Amparo for their first concert in the city since December last year.

Arson and gambling-related crimes on the rise

Over the past year, Macau has registered very little growth and even declined in many areas of crime. Gambling- related kidnappings are the main exception to

Q&A | Graham Elliot, Chef: ‘If I had to choose one thing to eat, it would just be sushi’

Chef Graham Elliot, the award winning Michelin starred chef and television personality from American cooking show Top Chef, visited Macau last week where he met

Realtors expect property market to remain stable

The residential property market rebounded amid a period of robust primary sale prices, leading to strong price growth in some of the residential projects, according to

Some Crown Resorts workers released, including 2 Australians

China yesterday released 10 employees of Australia’s Crown Resorts Ltd., including two Australian citizens, after they completed nine months in prison for organizing gambling tours in violation

Beijing sends forces to first military base abroad, in Djibouti

China on Tuesday dispatched members of its People’s Liberation Army to the Horn of Africa nation of Djibouti to man the rising Asian giant’s first overseas military

Vienna wants to become tourism education hot spot for local students

The President of the Vienna Chamber of Commerce and Industry was in Macau yesterday to promote the Austrian capital as a top-tier location for tourism and hospitality

Artisan hopes to keep traditional lantern-making alive in Macau

To preserve the technique of rabbit lantern-making in Macau, Albergue SCM is hosting the 19th edition of the lantern-making workshops on from July 17 until July 28.

Ahead of Retirement | Kwan longs for trade union law implementation

Soon to depart lawmaker Kwan Tsui Hang said that the lack of implementation of a trade union law and universal minimum wage are two letdowns

Video games addictive nature causes concerns

Regulatory control on such “social games” such as Tencent’s “Honour of Kings” may be impending in mainland China. The official newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party,