New Macau marches against ‘small circle’ election on Sunday

The New Macau Association (ANM) has announced that it will organize a demonstration on August 31 at the Ruins of St. Paul, coinciding with the Chief Executive election. The assembly will

PJ attempts to get hold of referendum database

The Judiciary Police (PJ) tried to get hold of the unofficial referendum database, asking political activist Jason Chao to hand it over to authorities. Activist Scott Chiang, who was also

briefs: CTM network attacked

A temporary failure occurred across CTM’s mobile data network yesterday afternoon, with the service delayed for about one hour. The breakdown happened at around 12:30p.m., with 3G service experiencing slow

Low financial input into science popularization

The figures showed that they have spent more than MOP52 million on science popularization, with 866,429 people participating in their activities. With a population of 607,500 in the fourth quarter

2013 Medical vouchers to expire Sunday

Sunday (August. 31) is the last day that residents will be able to print and use 2013 medical vouchers. The Health Bureau provides printing and re-issuing services this weekend, located

Consul-General of Angola accused of sexual harassment

The Consul-General of Angola in Macau, Mr Pedro da Silva Feijó Sobrinho, has been accused of sexual harassment by a former consulate employee. According to a TDM report, the case

IC holds music sharing session

from the beginners to advanced musicians – will perform, followed by jazz bands that have been taught by the professors in charge of organizing the workshops. The Cultural Affairs Bureau

CONSTELLATIONS | Joan Miró’s surrealism meets dancers on stage

Artistic director and choreographer, Enrique Cabrera, told reporters yesterday that “Constellations” is part of a performance trilogy inspired by famous painters, such as Belgian René Magritte and Joan Miró. “Aracaladanza never

Portuguese-speaking countries should export food to China, IPIM says

The president of the Institute for Macau Institute for Trade and Investment Promotion (IPIM) said Tuesday in Maputo, that Portuguese- speaking countries (PLP) could strengthen their trade relations with China through

Angola|Government grants new oil concessions to Sonangol

The government of Angola has awarded concession rights for oil exploration rights in onshore areas of the Lower Congo and Kwanza basins to state company Sonangol said the Secretary of

Chery Automobile opens first factory in Brazil

Chinese group Chery Automobile is opening its first factory in Brazil and also the first outside China, following investment of US$400 million, the Brazilian press reported. With the commissioning of

Real Estate Matters | The 20 Biggest Property Investment Mistakes

Juliet Risdon is a Director of JML Property and a property investor. Having established the company in 1994, JML Property offers Investment Property & Homes. It specializes in managing properties for

project poker | Strategy tip: Playing live tourneys

When playing in a live tourney that has a good structure, this would be a strategy that I would apply: assuming that there are many amateurs in the field, I

Vietnam casinos may get local gamblers in state revenue push

Vietnam is drawing closer to allowing its citizens to gamble in the nation’s casinos as the government tries to boost revenue and compete for regional gaming investment. The finance ministry plans

Corporate Bits | Melco invites youth volunteers to distribute mooncakes

To give this annual tradition a meaningful touch, Melco Crown Entertainment invited over 20 local youths – who are just turning 18 this year, and are participants of the Adult

HONG KONG | Occupy Central activists to protest Beijing poll plan

Hong Kong pro-democracy activists plan to rally on Sunday against China’s proposal for electing the city’s next leader that campaigners expect will fall short of their demands for a genuine