Crime | Fake Macau IDs discovered among construction workers

Yesterday, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) announced that on October 19, they detained one person in a case related to the use of forged Macau SAR

CCM to launch ‘ARTwarming Winter’ in December

The Macao Cultural Centre (CCM) is launching its first “ARTwarming Winter”, a string of performances scheduled for December, featuring music and theatrical productions. On December

UM holds seminar on gaming concessions and licensing

The Eleventh International Conference on the Legal Reforms of Macau in the Global Context – Gaming Concessions and Other Gaming Licensing Legal Experiences, organized by

HKZMB | A mega-project that will open to traffic tomorrow

Traffic jams are nothing new in China, and during national holidays the roads can get unbearably congested as millions travel across the country to be with family

Aspiring airline suggests Macau-Lisbon route, Greece stopover

A Macau airline project is seeking USD45 million in funding ahead of the 2020 expiration of Air Macau’s 25-year franchise agreement, which it hopes to contest.

Health | SSM declares free medical treatment for all local children

The Macau government has said that the Health Bureau (SSM) will make every effort to save and treat Macau children regardless of the type of illness, according to

Arts | ‘Meeting bridges’ exhibition underscores ‘unity with diversity’

The “Lusophone Painters Exhibition” is currently being held at the Military Club of Macau until November 4, featuring 27 works from different Portuguese-speaking countries as well

Death of Liaison Office chief under investigation, crime ruled-out

The Judiciary Police (PJ) spokesperson revealed yesterday during a press conference that the death of Zheng Xiaosong, head of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s

Tourism WTTC: Macau is the second fastest growing city

The annual Cities Report from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), which was released yesterday, shows that Macau was the second fastest growing city in

Briefs | Less car accidents reported on Amizade Bridge

The Transport Bureau (DSAT) reported that the number of car accidents recorded on the Amizade Bridge decreased in 2017. According to the DSAT, in 2017 a total of 481

Fiat agrees to sell parts unit Marelli to KKR’s Calsonic

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV agreed to sell its car-parts unit, Magneti Marelli, to KKR & Co.’s Calsonic Kansei in the first major deal for the Italian-American

Anbang cleanup hastens with Cerberus, Swiss Re talks

China’s attempts to find new investors for Anbang Insurance Group Co. are gathering pace, as Cerberus Capital Management LP to Swiss Re AG size up the embattled

Taiwan | President calls for clear probe of fatal train crash

Taiwan’s president pressed for a quick, transparent probe into the cause of the island’s worst train crash in nearly three decades as the search of the derailed

Obituary | Charles Wang, former New York Islanders owner, dies at 74

Charles Wang, a technology company founder and former owner of the New York Islanders hockey team, died yesterday . He was 74. Wang died of lung cancer in

Beijing says US should ‘think twice’ about leaving missile pact

China called on the U.S. to reconsider pulling out of a three-decade-old arms control treaty with Russia, saying the move would generate “multiple negative effects.”

Thanks to trade war, Southeast Asia has investment boom

Southeast Asia is seeing a boom in foreign direct investment as the intensifying trade war between the U.S. and China prompts companies to shift production to the

Philippines | Court rejects Duterte bid to have critic arrested

A Philippine court yesterday rejected a petition by President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration to have his fiercest critic in the Senate arrested, in a legal setback for Duterte that the

Maldives | High court frees opposition leader convicted of bribery

A court in the Maldives freed an opposition leader yesterday, setting aside a lower court’s conviction for bribery. The High Court, in hearing an appeal by Qasim Ibrahim, said

Koreas finish removing land mines from border village

The two Koreas have completed removing land mines planted at their shared border village as part of efforts to disarm the area located inside the world’s

Trade | US seeking to boost LNG exports to Japan, rest of Asia

A top U.S. energy official said yesterday that Asia is the center of growth in energy demand and offers a great opportunity to expand American liquefied natural gas exports.

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