Fund-raising for Indonesia’s quake-tsunami victims continues

Local international church, Jesus Alive Ministry (JAM), held a “Day of Prayer & Fundraising for the Victims of 2018 Sulawesi Earthquake and Tsunami” yesterday, raising MOP5,280 in

Ask the Vet | An introduction to dog hearing

External Ear There are two part to your dog’s external ear. The pinna and the external ear canal. The pinna, or the ear flap, gives each breed

Wong Sio Chak to oversee Financial Intelligence Office

The government’s Financial Intelligence Office (GIF), an entity created back in 2006 in compliance with international standards of the legal framework against money laundering and terrorist

Hong Kong | PLA garrison quietly deployed in post-Mangkhut clean-up

Over 400 soldiers from the Hong Kong garrison of the People’s Liberation Army were quietly deployed for the first time on the weekend to help remove

Greater Bay area | Youth Forum’s five sessions explore future opportunities

The five parallel sessions of the “Youth Forum on Jointly Building the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area” were held simultaneously on Saturday, with topics related to the

Science Center plans to improve quality of exhibits

The Macao Science Center (MSC) plans to update its museum exhibits to encourage visitor interaction and to improve the overall learning experience. The change in

Gov’t aims to collect more opinions ahead of Policy Address

The government has announced that in preparation for the 2019 Policy Address, it will be collecting opinions from citizens until October 25, the Office of the government’s

Forum Macau Ministerial Conference postponed to 2020

The 6th Ministerial Conference of the Forum for Economic and Trade Cooperation between China and Portuguese-speaking countries has been postponed to 2020. Last week,

National Security Committee holds first plenary

The National Security Committee, which is headed by the Chief Executive, held its first plenary meeting recently. The development of systems and mechanisms for safeguarding national

Agnes Lam makes positive assessment of first year at AL

Agnes Lam yesterday made an evaluation of her first- year as a lawmaker at the Legislative Assembly (AL) and of the work developed by the group she

Grand Prix promotions held in Hong Kong

A promotional campaign in Hong Kong for the Suncity Group 65th Macau Grand Prix was inaugurated on the weekend drawing, according to a statement from the

Italy emerges as creeping concern among finance chiefs in Bali

As if trade wars, rising interest rates and slowing global growth weren’t enough, the world’s finance chiefs are zeroing in on another source of concern: Italy.

MGM sports-betting chief expects to see wagering in stadiums

MGM Resorts International executive Scott Butera envisions a day when teams put sports-betting parlors inside their stadiums to make it easier for fans to place wagers.

Hong Kong | USD4 billion border project reportedly running late

A USD4 billion border crossing between Hong Kong and Shenzhen will be delayed until the middle of next year as a key contractor, Leighton Contractors (Asia) Ltd., encounters problems,

Prospect of Trump-Xi talks raises hope for thaw in trade war

With China and the United States opening the door to a meeting next month between Presidents Xi Jinping and Donald Trump, hopes are rising for

Report | Insurers can help tackle share-backed loan risks

China is encouraging insurers to invest in listed companies and help cut liquidity risks connected with the pledging of firms’ shares to secure loans, the China Securities

Activists criticize Hong Kong’s ban of legislative candidate

Activists are protesting Hong Kong’s disqualification of a legislative candidate on the grounds that she advocated self-determination for the Chinese territory. Lau Siu-lai, who was stripped

Beijing preparing for all risks in currency policy, PBOC’s Yi says

China’s central bank is considering a range of risks in its currency policy, including a worst-case scenario, Governor Yi Gang said. As the yuan inches closer

Bangladesh | Newspaper editors protest digital security law

An influential body of newspaper editors in Bangladesh on Saturday criticized the government for a new digital security law that they say will stifle constitutionally protected freedom

Malaysia | PM-in-waiting Anwar wins parliamentary by-election

Charismatic Malaysian politician Anwar Ibrahim won a by- election for a parliamentary seat with a landslide victory on Saturday in a grand political comeback to help

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