Center continues to fight human trafficking

The Good Shepherd Center’s involvement in anti-trafficking activities began in 2008, a year after the human trafficking law was passed in Macau. With the financial support

Heritage | Exhibition rediscovers Macau-Goa relationship

The exhibition “Viagem Oriental” features a total of 20 photographs of decorative and collectors pieces from Macau that once decorated houses in Goa. Goan director

MDT Interview | Leonel Alves: Almeida Correia’s bid ‘positive and courageous’

Former lawmaker Leonel Alves, a heavyweight in the legal and political community, is throwing his support behind the list of incumbents at the Lawyers Association

Crime | Illegal dental clinic dismantled by police

An illegal dental clinic operating without any staff qualification licenses in the Iao Hon area was dismantled by the Public Security Police Force (PSP), the police

Macau lags behind in financial leasing schemes

Lawmaker Ip Sio Kai, who is also Chairman of the Macau Association of Banks, admitted that many disadvantages preventing Macau from developing wealth management and financial

Lusofonia Festival kicks off on Friday

The 21st Lusofonia Festival will be held from 19 to 21 October at the Taipa Houses-Museum. The event – organized by the Cultural Affairs Bureau

MELCO Dare to Dream | Inspiring budding chefs through culinary arts program

Last November, Macau was voted and recognised by UNESCO as a Creative City of Gastronomy for its Macanese culinary legacy of over 400-years-old and emerging prominence as

Tourism prices rise with summer vacation demand

Rising prices for hotel accommodation, restaurant services and food products were responsible for a 0.9 percent hike in the Tourist Price Index in the third

Briefs | Paul Schrader joins festival jury

Veteran U.S. screenwriter and director Paul Schrader will be a member of the Macau International Film Festival’s jury. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Schrader will join the panel

Sou has sights set on democratic reform for second AL year

If the first term of this current legislature is to be remembered at all, it will probably be remembered for  the Sulu Sou saga.

Legislation on youth alcohol consumption being considered

The Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam, says that he will consider laws and regulations on youth alcohol consumption. On Sunday, the

Property | Singapore home sales rebound as buyers move past curbs

Private home sales in Singapore jumped 51 percent in September as developers marketed more projects post the hungry-ghost festival month, a period Chinese buyers consider

Retail | Chinese demand for Italian luxury suits slows as trade war bites

The ongoing trade war with the U.S. is hitting Chinese consumers psychologically, causing a slowdown for luxury goods in the second half of the year, said

Korean Air’s chairman Cho faces trial after embezzlement probe

Korean Air Lines Co. Chairman Cho Yang-ho is set to stand trial in an embezzlement case, adding to troubles faced by a family that’s been at the

Trade War | Trump hints at more tariffs, doesn’t seek ‘depression’

President Donald Trump threatened to impose another round of tariffs on China and warned that Chinese meddling in U.S. politics is a “bigger problem” than Russian involvement

Mattis trip to Vietnam aimed at countering China’s influence

By making a rare second trip this year to Vietnam, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis is signaling how intensively the Trump administration is trying to counter China’s

Premier Li pledges access for Dutch companies

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang reaffirmed pledges yesterday to open up his country to foreign investment as a way of promoting commerce between his country and the Netherlands.

Japan raises concerns over Pacific’s debt to China

Japan’s foreign minister raised concerns yesterday about the high levels of debt accrued by some Pacific Island nations and said his country wants to help resolve

Australia says US alliance vital with Indo-Pacific tensions

AUSTRALIA’S foreign minister said yesterday her country’s alliance with the United States had never been more vital in an era of escalating challenges in the Indo-Pacific region.

Nepal | Recovery of climbers delayed by mountain’s remoteness

Rescuers hampered by difficult, remote terrain took two days to recover the bodies of nine climbers, including one of the world’s best, who hoped to map a

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