Fitch forecasts further improvement supported by steady tourism recovery

Fitch Ratings anticipates 15% economic growth for Macau this year, with gaming tourism recovery underpinning its expectations of strong economic growth for Macau in 2024.

Association condemns karaoke bars’ use of unlicensed music

The Macau Association of Composers, Authors & Publishers (MACA) has condemned the unauthorized use of pop music works publicly broadcast and used for commercial operations without permission

First gov’t-organized short film festival to take place next month

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) revealed plans yesterday for the first-ever government-organized International Short Film festival, scheduled to take place between Mar. 23 and Mar. 30.

Ponte 16 to undergo up to HKD600 million extension project

Ponte 16 is preparing for a transformative expansion known as “Phase 3.” The Success Universe Group, a co-investor in Ponte 16, plans to invest

Ella Lei calls for more gov’t support to further employment opportunities

Lawmaker Ella Lei is urging the government to take further action to address employability challenges in Macau. Speaking to the press at an

Heavy snow hits north and central China, disrupting traffic and canceling classes

Heavy snow has blanketed northern and central China, disrupting traffic and forcing schools to cancel classes. Flights and intercity train traffic on which much of

Gov’t announces five finalist names for 4th Bridge

The 4th Bridge connecting New Urban Zone A in Macau and Pac On in Taipa is set to receive one of five potential names: “Macau Bridge,” “New Urban

Domestic helper arrested for stealing red packets

A female domestic helper in her twenties is suspected of stealing eight red packets from her employer, totaling MOP650. The employer has reported his helper to authorities following

Ransomware group LockBit is disrupted by a global police operation

Law enforcement agencies have infiltrated and disrupted the prolific ransomware syndicate LockBit that has extracted $120 million from thousands of victims around the world, with two

Many small business owners see 2024 as a ‘make or break’ year, survey shows

About 40% of small business owners think 2024 will be a “make or break” year for their business, according to a survey by messaging service

Hong Kong sees population increase in 2023

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) saw an increase in population in 2023 thanks to a net inflow of residents, official data showed this week.

Former senior provincial political advisor under investigation

Hu Qiang, formerly a senior political advisor in east China’s Jiangxi Province, has been placed under investigation by the country’s top anti-graft body for suspected severe

Chinese-Australian blogger won’t appeal suspended death sentence

A China-born Australian democracy blogger will not appeal his suspended death sentence imposed by a Beijing court, with his family saying yesterday a legal challenge would be

GBA, the people mover: kindred cousins or foreign interlopers

Analysis The people involved in the integration of industry knowledge and the building of the four focal industries in the GBA will mostly be drawn from the

Greater Bay Area sees era of unparalleled growth

On the Agenda Celebrating its 5th anniversary, the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area is heralding an era of unparalleled growth and integration. In 2023,

Notes On Academic Research

“Legal Service Development for Industrial Enterprises in the Greater Bay Area with Patent Circulation Driven by Intelligent Valuation” Yulin Zheng, Jianxin

Spring Fest: 76 million visit Guangdong

The Spring Festival saw a surge in Guangdong’s tourism, with over 76 million visitors contributing to a 160.8% spike in tourism revenue compared to the previous year. The

New customs initiative in Hengqin

The Guangdong-Macao In-depth Cooperation Zone in Hengqin is set to implement a new tiered customs system to streamline the flow of people and goods with Macau. This initiative

E-Commerce warehousing surge

Guangdong’s cross-border e-commerce has experienced a boom with over 1,000 overseas warehouses covering 6 million square meters. The province is pioneering innovative logistics models, including the world’s first

Guangdong province aims for high-quality growth

Guangdong province has set its sights on high-quality development, with a keen focus on fostering the real economy and manufacturing through technological innovation. This strategic direction was underscored

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