Ho Chio Meng’s former right-hand man testifies on trips to Europe

The trial of former Prosecutor-General Ho Chio Meng went through another session on Friday at the Court of Final Appeal. The former Chief of the Office

Tourism | Beijing Imperial Palace returns hotel license

The Beijing Imperial Palace Hotel (formerly known as New Century Hotel) may be permanently closed following the property owners’ admission of their inability to solve certain issues

Arts | Riverdance performers discuss show’s success

The Irish phenomenon Riverdance is set to perform at The Venetian Macao for two weeks as part of its 20th Anniversary World Tour, beginning on January

Consumer Council compares local internet service providers

Two local internet service providers have provided nine and five different monthly plans, respectively, as revealed in a survey by the Consumer Council. The survey covered

Vibrant colors fill Sinulog Festival in Friendship Square

With vibrant colors and cheerful yells, the Sinulog Festival 2017 attracted a significant crowd yesterday at Friendship Square. The 17th edition of the festival –

Briefs | Sports for All Day held at Areia Preta

The monthly edition of the Sports Bureau’s “Sports for All Day” was held on Saturday at Areia Preta’s Urban Park gathering. The ID said a large number

Analysis | Labor-related NGOs in China facing hard times

Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO’s) in the mainland are currently facing difficulties and will face more in the near future, says Australian National University scholar Anita Chan, who

IAS: New drug law to ‘increase deterrent effect’

The Social Welfare Bureau (IAS) is arguing that the recent changes to the drug law are intended to increase the deterrent effect, not to penalize addicts. The

Aircraft carrier ability tested on latest mission

China’s sole aircraft carrier has returned home following a far-ranging three-week training mission during which its combat capabilities were closely scrutinized and speculation soared over what future role

Ask the Vet | Cat First Aid Kit: 10 Things You Need in Your House

A cat first aid kit is a must for any pet owner, as there might be emergencies when you need to take action before getting to the vet. Get

Culture – Ballet | Macau ‘Nutcracker’ final tour for HKB director

The Hong Kong Ballet (HKB) will return to Macau this weekend for three performances of one of the most popular classical works in ballet, “The Nutcracker”, which

Gov’t introduces new travel regulations for civil servants

Chief Executive Chui Sai On has signed a notice regarding new travel regulations for MSAR government officials, according to a notice published in the Official Gazette this

Group calls for milder illegal parking penalties

Nine representatives of the Macau Federation of Transportation, together with lawmakers Lei Cheng I and Kwan Tsui Heng, visited the Transport Bureau (DSAT) yesterday calling for the

Uber still hopes for service legalization

No concrete dialogues have yet been established between the controversial ride-hailing app Uber and the government. Uber Macau general manager Trasy Lou Walsh told the press yesterday that the

Briefs | Zhuhai to double residents’ income by 2022

Zhuhai mayor Zheng Renhao pledged in the city’s government work report that Zhuhai’s gross domestic product (GDP) per capita will be double that of 2010 in five

Property | Non-resident loans soar

New approvals of residential mortgage loans (RMLs) increased in November 2016, while those of commercial real estate loans (CRELs) decreased during the month, according to data