Hong Kong | Pro-independence party faces possible ban

Authorities yesterday told a political party that advocates independence for Hong Kong the group might be banned on national security grounds, in one of the most severe steps

Film | Kazuo Hara predicts coming of maverick Chinese director

Legendary Japanese filmmaker Kazuo Hara, known for bringing objectionable topics to the silver screen, says that the time is coming when a maverick Chinese

Casino exclusion applications surge during first semester

The number of casino exclusion applications has surged in the first half of 2018, registering a total of 233 applications. This is an increase of about

Education | Portuguese language course attracts record number of students

The 32nd Portuguese Language Summer Course, organized by the University of Macau (UM) Department of Portuguese, opened this week. According to the UM, this year’s

Airport passenger volume reaches 4m in first half-year

The Macau International Airport (MIA)’s passenger volume in the first half-year of 2018 reached 4 million, an increase of 20 percent compared with that

Sixth Ministerial Forum meeting postponed to 2020

The sixth ministerial meeting of the Forum for Economic and Trade Cooperation between China and Portuguese- speaking Countries (Forum Macao), which had been scheduled for

Sports | Asian club basketball tournament starts

A press conference was held yesterday to announce the beginning of Summer Super 8, Asia’s first club to club basketball tournament recognized by the International Basketball Federation

Crime | Reports of scams related to gambling

The Public Security Police Force (PSP) reported several cases of scams this week related to gambling. In one such case, a man from the mainland, aged

Wynn Macau wins court case over damage claims

The First Instance Court (TJB) has ruled in favor of gaming concessionaire Wynn Macau in a case between the company and a former official

Macau takes centerstage in film now shooting

A movie production team from the mainland is in Macau to film a new movie that features vintage Macau as the centerpiece. The production team has been seen filming

Japan, EU sign trade deal eliminating nearly all tariffs

The European Union and Japan signed a widespread trade deal that will eliminate nearly all tariffs, seemingly defying the worries about trade tensions set off

Corporate Bits | BCM opens Iao Hon branch

BCM Bank hosted a Grand Opening Ceremony on Monday for its new Iao Hon Branch located at Rua Um Bairro Iao Hon. Harold Wong,

Angola annuls USD1.5b port deal with Dos Santos linked firm

A company with ties to Africa’s richest woman, Isabel dos Santos, is threatening to seek compensation from the Angolan government after losing concession rights to build a USD1.5 billion

Cabo Verde Airlines announces return to normality next week

Cabo Verde Airlines expects to resume normal business as of next week after receiving a Boeing 757 on Saturday on a long-term operating lease, the airline said

Guinea-Bissau requests help from Vietnam to sell cashews

The government of Guinea-Bissau plans to send a delegation to Vietnam to discuss with the country’s central bank ways to make funds available to fund Vietnamese companies to buy

FAQ | World Trade Organization’s role in Washington-Beijing dispute

China is turning to the World Trade Organization as a way to fight back against the latest tariffs proposed by U.S. President Donald Trump. Its complaint

US challenges China, EU and others at WTO over steel tariffs

The Trump administration brought cases against China, the European Union, Canada, Mexico and Turkey at the World Trade Organization for retaliating against American tariffs on

Banking | Panic roils peer-to-peer lenders

China’s savers are rushing to pull money from peer-to-peer lending platforms, accelerating a contraction of the USD195 billion industry and testing the government’s ability to

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