Organizer hopes locals will come to support fundraising for quake-tsunami victims

Local international church Jesus Alive Ministry (JAM), the organizer of this Sunday’s “Day of Prayer & Fundraising for the Victims of 2018 Sulawesi Earthquake and Tsunami,” is hoping

Contemporary artists from Lusophone countries showcase works

Clube Militar de is holding the “Lusophone Painters Exhibition” from until November 4, featuring 27 works that underlie the diversity and creativity of the visual arts in

US Congress renews call for universal suffrage for Macau

A U.S. Congress annual report highlighted that the region’s electoral system is not developing according to recommendations made by the UN Human Rights Committee The report also expresed concerns

Q&A | Robin Moyer, Winner of World Press Photo Premier Award (1983): ‘Photojournalists are not dead, they are working really hard all around the globe’

With a career spanning almost 50 years, the American photographer, journalist and author Robin Moyer has photographed many of the world’s most interesting events, places

CRIME | Third victim reports sexual assault by 78-year-old suspect

A third alleged victim of the 78-year-old instructor of a local music and painting interest course has come forward, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported late Wednesday night.

Briefs | Qatar Airways starts cargo services to Macau

The aeronautical authorities of Macau and the State of Qatar concluded bilateral Air Services Agreement (ASA) discussions yesterday in Macau and reached an agreement for the “framework for

Gov’t pays attention to HK’s taxes on first-hand sale of vacant properties

The Financial Service Bureau (DSF) says that it will pay close attention to Hong Kong’s levying of new taxes on first-hand residential units which have remained unsold for

Council wants to amend law targeting beauty salons

The Consumer Council (CC) said that it will soon amend the Consumer Protection Law following residents’ complaints about beauty salons’ aggressive sales tactics. CC receives an

Real Estate Matters | How buying an investment property is like getting married 

Sam Lee is a marketing manager and property consultant at JML Property.  JML was established in 1994 and offers Investment Property & Homes. It specializes in managing

BMW ramps up investment in China to meet electric demand

German automaker BMW is taking a majority stake in its China joint venture and investing 3 billion euros (USD3.5 billion) in factories there, underscoring the importance

Billionaire Lau is said to redevelop Goldman’s London base

Joseph Lau’s Chinese Estates Holdings Ltd. has invited companies to pitch to redevelop Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s London headquarters after the bank vacates the building next

Qatar pledges USD3b to spur interest in new free zones

Qatar plans to spend USD3 billion to attract foreign companies to its new free zones as the oil-rich country seeks to diversify its economy amid a boycott.

Corporate Bits | Sands China kept large-scale conference running smoothly during typhoon

When a super typhoon struck Macau last month, the Jeunesse Expo 9 was taking place at The Venetian Macao. In spite of the storm, the conference –

Trade War | China, US jockey for global support as dispute ramps up

The U.S. and China are set to use the latest gathering of the world’s finance chiefs to marshal support for their respective cases in a

Hackers are using stolen Apple ids to swipe cash in China

Ant Financial’s Alipay and Tencent Holdings Ltd. warned that cyber-attackers employed stolen Apple IDs to break into customers’ accounts and made off with an unknown amount of cash,

Malaysia | Government says it will end death penalty for all crimes

Malaysia’s new government said it will abolish the death penalty for all crimes and halt all pending executions, a rare move against capital punishment in Asia that

Thailand | Authorities to deport 70 Pakistani asylum seekers

Thai authorities yesterday convicted 70 Pakistani asylum seekers of staying illegally in Thailand despite their protestations that they face persecution if they are sent home, as

Indonesia | Grim search for disaster dead nears its end

Indonesia’s search for victims buried in neighborhoods annihilated by an earthquake and tsunami is nearing its end almost two weeks after the double disasters hit the remote

India | Severe cyclone hits eastern coast; 8 killed

A severe cyclone damaged homes and blew down trees and power poles yesterday in eastern India, where eight people were killed and about 300,000 forced to move to higher

Turkey | Saudi team after Post writer included soldiers, royal guards

Saudi royal guards, intelligence officers, soldiers and an autopsy expert were part of a 15-member team from the kingdom that targeted missing writer Jamal Khashoggi, Turkish

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