Arts | ‘Sparkling Garden – Guan Huai Bin Works’ opens Thursday

The exhibition “Sparkling Garden – Guan Huai Bin Works” will be inaugurated on November 1 at 6.30 p.m. at the special exhibition room on the third floor

Company aims to promote inclusion through Sport Fun Day

CESL Asia hosted its annual Sport Fun Day yesterday, aiming to strengthen society’s bond through competitive and group games and promote the inclusion of the challenged and

Ask the Vet | Cleaning a cat wound

A cat wound needs proper cleaning in order to prevent infections. There are different types of wounds that can occur: puncture wounds, cuts or burns.  Keep a first

IPIM president and other officials under probe for corruption

The president of the Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM), Jackson Chang, as well as two other high ranking officials are under criminal investigation for alleged

Macau to sustain ‘heavier pressure’ in economy in 2019

Macau is slated to face economic hurdles in 2019 as the U.S.-China trade tension continues, a local scholar remarked. Although some analysts noted that the U.S.-China

New Hengqin port expected to open in 2019

The new Hengqin port is expected to begin operation in 2019, before the 20th anniversary of the Macau handover, according to a report by TDM.

Education | Portuguese Corner in UM library opens

The University of Macau (UM) held an opening ceremony for its library’s new Portuguese Corner on Friday. Alexis Tam, Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, and Yonghua Song,

Enthusiasm for Latin projects on the decline, says festival organizer

Government enthusiasm for funding Macau- Latin projects is on the decline, according to one of the organizers of the Latin American Cultural Festival 2018, which runs until the

Polytec Group vs Son Pou | DSSOPT requested to submit report to court

The Court of First Instance has requested for the Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau (DSSOPT) to submit two reports to the court regarding the lawsuit case

Briefs | More students seek Portuguese-speaking countries

The number of local students seeking education in Portuguese-speaking countries after high school increased 70 percent in the last five academic years, according to Sou Chio Fai, Director of

DeClub says it will not engage in cryptocurrency activity in Macau

Wide Rich Global Company Limited, which is looking to acquire DeClub Macau as part of a plan to build a casino club backed by blockchain technology,

Yuan declines toward weakest level in more than a decade

China’s yuan slid toward its weakest in a decade and close to a key support level of 7 per dollar, before paring its loss slightly

Japan banks, China Investment to set up USD1.8b trade fund

Japan’s biggest banks and brokerages agreed to set up a USD1.8 billion fund with China’s state-run investment group to help companies enhance trade between the nations.

MGM Resorts wants to settle Vegas shooting victims’ claims

MGM Resorts International wants to negotiate a possible settlement with the victims of the Oct. 1, 2017, shooting at the Harvest Festival in Las Vegas, in which

Cathay enlists firm once sued for data breach to help after hack

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. has enlisted a company that was itself once caught up in a hacking scandal to help deal with the fallout of a

Liquor giant Moutai’s sales rise 4pct on festival demand

China’s Kweichow Moutai Co. posted a nearly 4 percent increase in revenue as demand for products from the world’s most valuable distiller climbed in the runup to the

Shifting toward China, Sri Lanka’s political crisis deepens

A leadership struggle in Sri Lanka is the latest skirmish in the broader battle for influence in South Asia between India and China and has left the tiny

Woman with knife injures 14 children in Chongqing

A knife-wielding assailant injured 14 children at a kindergarten in the western Chinese city of Chongqing on Friday, police reported. The attacker, a 39-year-old woman, was taken into custody

US Treasury sanctions 2 Singapore firms for N. Korea dealings

An executive of one of two Singapore companies accused by the U.S. Treasury Department of violating U.N. sanctions against North Korea said Friday that he was

Severe weather | Super Typhoon Yutu threatens Philippines with deadly winds, surf

Super Typhoon Yutu could rip into eastern Luzon in the Philippines tomorrow, extending the toll of destruction it left in the U.S. Northern Mariana Islands earlier this

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