Golden Week run seen fading as casino shares slide

Macau’s robust Golden Week holiday performance is unlikely to continue, with concerns over China’s softening economy weighing down the gambling outlook in the world’s biggest gaming center.

Police open to publicizing statistics on communications interception

The Judiciary Police (PJ) says that it holds an open attitude regarding whether to publicize statistics on interception practices. “The Macau government, including security

Au’s ‘defamation’ to be handled according to the law

The Judiciary Police (PJ) will handle lawmaker Au Kam San’s alleged defamation case in light of the law, according to PJ spokesperson Chan Wun Man.

Forum assesses impact of tourism partnership between EU and China

Spearheading discussions about the global tourism economy in the context of China’s far-reaching Belt and Road Initiative, the seventh Global Tourism Economy Forum (GTEF, or the Forum)

Gov’t hands awards to 47 scientific projects

The government has presented a total of 47 awards in recognition of projects in the fields of Science and Technology. The ceremony was held yesterday

MDT Interview | Nicole Tam: ‘Future and sustainability’ are keys for fashion industry

A designer with a well- established career in the fashion industry, Nicole Tam was invited by the Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Center (CPTTM) to present her collection at

Four lawmakers propose AL debates over LRT

Au Kam San, Ng Kuok Cheong, Agnes Lam, and Leong Sun Iok are simultaneously proposing a debate over the Light Rapid Transit (LRT) at

Briefs | Hong Kong-based diplomats attend exhibition, concert

On the occasion of the 32nd Macao International Music Festival (MIMF), the government invited members of the consular corps accredited in Hong Kong and Macau to participate in

Hong Kong dollar could get all shook up as cash pool shrinks

Prepare for even greater swings in the Hong Kong dollar and funding costs in the city, as a shrinking pool of liquidity amplifies moves in interest

Australia | Planned racing ad on sails of Sydney Opera House divisive

A plan to project a horse racing advertisement on the famed sails of the Sydney Opera House is dividing Australians. The New South Wales state government stepped in to

China tells US to stop criticism, says relations suffering

Chinese officials appealed to U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo yesterday to repair relations they said have been damaged by U.S. tariff hikes and support for Taiwan,

Meng Hongwei | Beijing accuses ex-Interpol chief of bribery, other crimes

China is investigating the former president of Interpol for bribery and other crimes, Beijing said yesterday in a notice that indicated the Chinese official may also

Hong Kong | Journalist group protests FT editor’s visa denial

Hong Kong journalist groups have expressed dismay over the government’s refusal to renew a work visa for a Financial Times editor. Representatives from the Hong

Pakistan | Supreme Court delays ruling on blasphemy death sentence case

Pakistan’s Supreme Court postponed its ruling yesterday on the final appeal of a Christian woman who has been on death row since 2010 after being convicted

Elections for Kashmir councils begin amid anti-India strike

The first phase of local council elections ended yesterday in Indian-controlled Kashmir amid tight security and a separatist-sponsored shutdown. Authorities deployed tens of thousands

Americans win economics Nobel for work on climate and growth

Two Americans won the Nobel Prize in economics yesterday, one for studying the economics of climate change and the other for showing how to help foster

Brazil | ‘Tropical Trump’ Bolsonaro wins first round: People weigh stark visions of future in runoff election

Brazilians showed their disgust with corruption and rising crime in the first round of presidential voting, nearly giving an outright victory to a brash-speaking former army captain

France | Le Pen distances herself from Bannon’s Movement

French far-right leader Marine Le Pen distanced herself yesterday from former White House strategist Steve Bannon, saying only Europeans will save the continent from diktats from

Offbeat | GM, Honda team up to produce self-driving vehicles

General Motors and Honda are teaming up on self-driving vehicle technology as big automakers and tech giants race to develop the next generation of personal transportation.

This Day in History | 1967 – Che Guevara ‘shot dead’

Marxist revolutionary Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara has reportedly been killed during a battle between army troops and guerillas in the Bolivian jungle. A statement issued by the

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