Police request apology following Au Kam Sam’s accusation

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has urged lawmaker Au Kam San to apologize to the police authority over a false accusation. According to the PJ’s statement,

Sin Fong Garden reconstruction commencement announced

Reconstruction is estimated to take approximately two and a half years, about one year of which will be used to demolish the original construction.

Activists fined for Hotel Estoril trespassing

  The previous president of the New Macau Association (ANM), Scott Chiang, and association member Alin Lam were fined after they were found guilty of trespassing the

CRIME | Mainland man arrested for arson

A mainland man has been arrested following an arson case that took place at Rua dos Pescadores early yesterday morning. The fire damaged 13 motorbikes, six

Tourism | Group visitors up in August

Visitors on package tours totalled 785,000 in August 2018, up by 12.4 percent year- on-year and 3.3 percent month-to-month. According to information from the Statistics and

Indonesian community raises funds for earthquake victims

A church group is holding a fundraising event on October 14 to raise funds for victims of the Indonesia earthquake and tsunami, which devastated the city of Palu, Sulawesi.

AIPIM announces Int’l Press Card for members

Following deliberations, the General Assembly of the Macau Portuguese and English Press Association (AIPIM) announced the establishment of a new committee to analyze the feasibility of an

Arts | Traditional Chinese artwork exhibition opens today

An exhibition featuring a variety of traditional Chinese artworks is slated to open today at 6.30 p.m. at the Nam Van Old Court Building. The

Signage outlawing crossing bridge on foot causes confusion

The Times questioned the Transport Bureau (DSAT) in order to clarify the placement of the sign, and if the rule would be permanent or temporary.

Hong Kong taxi drivers express mixed feelings about HKZMB

Opening soon, the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (HKZMB) has been widely touted as a potential development source and business boost. Across the Pearl River Delta however, Hong Kong taxi

Briefs | 14pct increase in tourist arrivals Oct 1-3

Yesterday the Macao Government Tourism Office announced that during the first three days of the National Day Golden Week, October 1 to 3, the number of visitors in

Real Estate Matters | Ideas for Small Spaces

The reality for many people living in Macau is adapting to spaces far smaller than they are used to. In this article we explore further the idea of creative

Art market | Rybolovlev slaps Sotheby’s with lawsuit

The epic international legal drama that has pitted a Russian billionaire against a Swiss art entrepreneur took a new turn this week with Dmitry Rybolovlev slapping Sotheby’s

Retail | Japan cosmetics, retailers dip on China report on customs checks

Shares of luxury-goods companies from Japan’s Shiseido Co. to France’s LVMH fell after social media reports that China is stepping up customs checks on citizens bringing in

Food & Beverage | Here are the world’s top 50 bars – and the best is in London

Fancy a few cocktails at the world’s best bar? Better be quick: It’s preparing to close. Dandelyan, in the Mondrian, London, yesterday was named

Corporate Bits | Sands China donates MOP1 million to local institutions

Sands China Ltd. has made a MOP1 million donation to six Macau tertiary institutions for scholarships and fellowships, which will benefit 100 students. The donations were presented

Pence accuses China of interfering in US policies, politics

Vice President Mike Pence is accusing China of trying to undermine President Donald Trump as the administration deploys tough new rhetoric over Chinese trade, economic and foreign

Mike Pompeo to visit Beijing amid tension

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is due to visit Beijing next week amid tensions over trade and China’s territorial claims in the South China Sea.

Exports to China are increasing | Myanmar burns ivory, skins to fight illegal wildlife trade

Authorities in Myanmar yesterday destroyed an estimated USD1.3 million worth of confiscated ivory and other parts of endangered animals, days after a conservation group charged that

Indonesia | Little but uncertainty, despair in city hit by disasters

Life is on hold for thousands living in tents and shelters in the Indonesian city hit by a powerful earthquake and tsunami, unsure when they’ll be

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