Girl Gamer | Unprecedented eSports festival to launch in August

The largest eSports event ever to be held in Macau - a four-day festival of tournaments, conference sessions and cosplay - was announced yesterday at the

Transport | Bus frequency to increase from next school year

The Transport Advisory Committee held a meeting yesterday to discuss recent issues regarding the city’s transport situation. Lam Hin San, Director of the Transport Bureau

Macau Grand Prix | WTCC race officially confirmed

The FIA World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) is now officially included in the Macau Grand Prix program, the Sports Bureau (ID) president Pun Weng Kun confirmed yesterday

Music | Chinese Orchestra’s season closing concert to be held tonight

The Macao Chinese Orchestra will present the closing concert for the 2016-2017 season, titled “Encounter with Chinese Music”, tonight at the Dom Pedro V Theatre.

Restaurant performance in May dropped

Restaurants in the territory performed “less satisfactorily” in May 2017, compared with April, according to data collected in the Business Climate Survey on Restaurants & Similar Establishments

Opinion | Casinos can tilt the odds back in their favor

It’s natural to be scared of betting big just after losing a great hand. But savvy gamblers know that just because the first game played out one way,

Macau Franchise Expo to be held next week

The 2017 Macau Franchise Expo (MFE) will be held at The Venetian Macao’s exhibition hall A from July 28 to 30. The MFE is an

Briefs | Hengqin launches online tax payment for SAR residents

Hengqin has launched a tax payment system which allows Hong Kong and Macau residents to pay mainland taxes online, according to a report by TDM. Eligible SAR residents

Charity Run opens new category for the elderly

Caritas Macau is hosting its second Charity Run on October 8, with a new group category to accommodate the elderly. Co-hosted with the University of Macau,

HKZMB raises many environmental questions, authorities answer none

The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (HKZMB), almost ready to open, has been widely regarded as a “strong development factor” for the entire Pearl River Delta area and

Coutinho criticizes lack of transparency in AL

The Macau Civil Servants Association (ATFPM) is calling for more transparency to be implemented in the Legislative Assembly (AL), particularly over the Standing Committee’s closed-door meetings.

Money laundering group makes positive assessment

Macau received a positive assessment in the Asia Pacific Group on Money Laundering (APG) Mutual Evaluation Report (MER) 2017. The report was discussed yesterday in the annual

Briefs | Double-decker buses still need to be discussed

The three bus companies in Macau have different opinions about the feasibility of double-decker buses  making a return. On a TDM radio show yesterday, bus operator Transmac’s

High flu occurrence recorded in recent weeks

The Health Bureau (SSM) has stated that data recorded by several SSM monitoring systems show a recent and significant increase in influenza when compared to

DSAL: Middle-aged people face no employment discrimination

Lawmaker Ella Lei delivered a written inquiry to the Labor Affairs Bureau (DSAL) questioning the labor authority’s policies for ensuring that the employment rights for middle-aged

Over 200 take part in ‘Health Day for Senior Buddies’

MGM hosted the annual “Health Day for Senior Buddies” event for more than 200 local senior citizens this week. The senior citizens, with an average age

Urban Renewal Committee | Building renovation ratio under debate

The Urban Renewal Committee has yet to make a final decision over regulations governing the percentage of owners required to agree to move forward

Two-week Portuguese interpreting event ends tomorrow

The Macau Polytechnic Institute (IPM) and the Directorate-General for Interpretation of the European Commission have joined forces as organizers of the 7th Conference Interpreting Seminar,