Report | Despite speeches, influence of the Portuguese community declining

The influence of the Portuguese community in Macau is “declining rapidly,” according to a Reuters report published on Friday. In spite of the governmental pledges

Columnist says real estate developers may support independence

Son Pou columnist Lei Kwok Keong declared that the central government should target real estate developers in light of the “independence” issue in Macau.

Ask the Vet | 10 symptoms of canine heart murmur

A canine heart murmur is caused when the blood flows abnormally in a canine heart. The abnormal change in the dog heart can cause the right side of the

Filipino community celebrates Migrants Day

The Philippine Consulate General in Macau celebrated its annual Migrants Day yesterday, honoring the overseas Filipino workers in the region. The event is aimed

Gaming | USA: Shares hurt by fears about climbing interest rates, wages

Shares of casino operators and their suppliers tumbled Friday as fears of rising interest rates, higher wages and soft consumer spending weighed on the sector.

Briefs | Quota of 40 taxis assigned to HKZMB

A total of 101 applications have been received by the Transport Bureau (DSAT) regarding taxi operations on the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, according to results released by the DSAT. 

Animal rights | Martins intends to tender resignation from post today

The president of animal rights group Anima is set to tender his resignation to the board today, following an announcement by the Civic and Municipal Affair

AAM elections: Neto Valente comments over challenger stir controversy

Comments from the president of the Macau Lawyers Association (AAM) Jorge Neto Valente when announcing that he will rerun for another mandate for the presidency of the

Guardians of the global economy descend on Bali divided

A decade after the guardians of the world economy united to save it from depression, the scope for such shock-and-awe policies has all but dried up. It

Singapore happy to be ‘goldilocks’ for energy usage experiments

As the world tries to curb carbon emissions, Singapore could be a testing ground for new ideas on how to reduce energy use through data and urban

Hong Kong | Economy gets stuck between US-China trade war

Hong Kong has long marketed itself as the gateway into China for foreign businesses, especially the U.S. With a trade war now raging between the world’s

China says Interpol’s missing president under investigation

Interpol said Saturday it has made a formal request to China for information about the agency’s missing president, a senior Chinese security official who seemingly vanished

Beijing backs Financial Times Hong Kong editor’s visa denial

China has defended its decision to refuse to renew the work visa of a Financial Times editor in Hong Kong, in a case that has drawn

Two killed in vehicle, knife attack in Zhejiang

Authorities in eastern China said two people were killed and 16 wounded after a knife-wielding man drove a vehicle into a crowd of pedestrians on Saturday

North Korea | Pompeo says ‘progress’ made after meeting Kim

U.S. Secretary of State Michael Pompeo reported progress yesterday after meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang amid high expectations that he can resolve

Indonesia considers making devastated areas mass graves

Search teams pulled bodies from obliterated neighborhoods in the disaster-stricken Indonesian city of Palu on Saturday as more aid rolled in and the government said it

India signs USD5b deal for Russian air defense systems

India signed a USD5 billion deal to buy five Russian S-400 air defense systems on Friday despite a looming threat of U.S. sanctions on countries that

Analysis | USA: Kavanaugh fight sharpens the stakes for midterms

The bitter battle over Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court has exacerbated the nation’s political divide and left many Americans emotionally raw. It’s also given

Portugal | 700 firefighters battle wildfire west of Lisbon

Over 700 firefighters battled a wildfire yesterday in a national park west of Lisbon that forced Portuguese authorities to evacuate about 350 people. The fire that

Bitterly divided Brazil starts voting with democracy at stake

Brazilians are putting their young democracy to a political stress test, going to the polls deeply divided after years of corruption and recession have pummeled faith

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