Crime | Cases of domestic violence cause 2 injuries, 1 serious

Towards the end of last week, two different, unrelated cases of disagreements between married couples left two people injured, and one in a serious condition,

Ng Lap Seng wants prison postponement for medical reasons

Convicted Macau billionaire Ng Lap Seng is asking for another postponement to his prison sentence, this time on the basis of requiring medical treatment.

New approvals of residential mortgage loans on the rise

NEW approvals of residential mortgage loans in Macau rose in May, while those of commercial real estate loans decreased. According to statistics released by the Monetary Authority

Briefs | USJ hoping for British accreditation

The University of Saint Joseph (USJ) is hoping to be recognized by the British Accreditation Council next year, according to a TDM interview with rector Peter Stilwell. The university

Jho Low might have altered his apperance

Media in Malaysia are speculating that wanted businessman Low Taek Jho, also known as Jho Low, may have assumed a new identity in order to slip by

Wishart: Fake news causing an ‘erosion of trust’ in media

“There is a lot of discussion and a lot of studies an erosion of trust in the media I think the fact that Donald

Tam: More physicians and nurses hired to better healthcare

The Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam, has claimed that the hiring of a greater number of physicians and nurses for the public sector will

Chui Sai On says Inner Harbor floods show improvements needed

The Chief Executive, Chui Sai On, yesterday directed government departments to step up their efforts in addressing flooding issues, particularly regarding easing the effects of

Tourist Price Index rises 2.78pct in Q2

The Tourist Price Index (TPI) for the second quarter (Q2) of 2018 went up by 2.78 percent year-on-year to 129.86, according to information from the Statistics and

Lin Fong Sports Center to extend opening hours

The Sports Bureau (ID) has announced that the Lin Fong Sports Center will extend its opening hours following the impending closure of the Macau Canidrome. During a TDM

‘Broken Tooth’ signs deal eying poker tournaments in Hainan

The former leader of Macau’s branch of the well-known 14K triad, “Broken Tooth” Wan Kuok Koi, has partnered with a Beijing- based firm to allegedly support

Alibaba’s seeking at least USD2b in funding, sources say, the food delivery platform acquired by Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., is on the hunt for USD2 billion of new financing to help in its fight against

Anbang is said to consider sale of health insurer Hexie

Anbang Insurance Group Co. is weighing a sale of its Hexie Health Insurance Co. unit as the troubled Chinese firm reviews its assets for possible

Hong Kong | Tutoring firm Bexcellent soars 22 percent in debut

Bexcellent Group Holdings Ltd., whose top tutor earns more than HKD40 million (USD5.1 million) a year, surged as much as 34 percent on the first day of

Corporate Bits | Sands China hosts company-wide blood drive

Sands China has once again teamed up with the Macau Blood Transfusion Centre to host a company-wide blood drive at the company’s properties. Over 170 team

China hears rumbles of company discontent in rare open session

The ink had barely dried on the first joint statement between China and the European Union in three years before the complaints began. Following a rare

Innovation | Huawei may beat Samsung to 5G in its own backyard

While Samsung Electronics Co. has become synonymous with technology in South Korea, a controversial rival could upstage it in the race to build fifth-generation wireless

Economic growth cools amid trade tensions

China’s economic growth slowed in the quarter ending in June, adding to challenges for Beijing as its tariff battle with Washington escalates. The world’s second-largest economy

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