TIS raises awareness on the need for clean water in South Sudan

The International School of Macau debuted its “Activist- in-Residence” series yesterday, holding activities for its students with the mission of raising awareness of the need

Jockey Club complying with gov’t orders and deadlines

The Macau Jockey Club is fulfilling its agreement established with the government in order to be permitted to continue operating, the Gaming Inspection and Coordination

Gaming growth slows again with weaker China economy

Macau’s gaming revenue slowed to single-digit growth for a second straight month, providing further evidence that China’s economic slowdown is taking a toll on the enclave’s

SARs residents proposed to contribute to Chinese social security

The Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security of China has proposed a new interim measure for residents of Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan to participate in

AL Plenary | Rosário says weather bureau restructuring ongoing

During yesterday’s Legislative Assembly (AL) plenary meeting, the Secretary for Transport and Public Works, Raimundo do Rosário, recommended that lawmakers report the Macao Meteorological and Geophysics Bureau’s (SMG)

Transport statistics | New registration of vehicles falls

At the end of September 2018, the total number of licensed motor vehicles dropped by 1.2 percent year-on-year to 238,792, of which light motorcycles (26,626) decreased

Macau picks artist for Venice Biennale

Lam Sio Man and Heidi Lau’s exhibition proposal, “The Manifesting Shadow,” by has been selected to represent Macau at the 58th Venice Biennale International Art Exhibition, which will be

Health | Counseling psychologists not to be included in new qualification regime

Counseling psychologists will not be  included in the range of professional activities covered by a bill that will regulate the qualification and registration of health professionals. The clarification

Brazil’s economic dependence on China can slow Bolsonaro

Brazil’s economic growth in the past few years has been directly related to China’s growth and trade, and this might be an influence on the policies of the

Real Estate Matters | Surviving the check-out process

If you sit down and think about it, renting a home from somebody is kind of a funny concept. We might rent a tuxedo for a night, a

Innovation | Amazon’s new goal: Teach 10 million kids a year to code

Amazon wants to get more kids thinking about becoming computer engineers. The company launched a program yesterday that aims to teach more than 10 million students

HK reveals crypto rules in push to tame wild market

Hong Kong’s securities watchdog unveiled new rules for cryptocurrency funds and said it may regulate digital-asset exchanges, joining a global push to improve supervision of

Japan | Victory over mobile carriers triggers USD34b rout

NTT Docomo Inc. led a 3.8 trillion yen (USD34 billion) stock rout of Japan’s top three mobile carriers after it appeared to cave in to pressure from the

Corporate Bits | Macau shopping festival returns next month for 8th edition

The annual Macau Shopping Festival, now in its eighth edition, will return to the city from December 1 to 31, under the theme “Make Shopping Fun”.

US senator says China, America ‘competitors but not adversaries’

China and America are “competitors but not adversaries,” U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander told Chinese Premier Li Keqiang yesterday, despite a spiraling trade war and other tensions that

Goldman says yuan will hit 7 as Beijing avoids heavy meddling

China’s policy makers will likely allow the yuan to hit the key level of 7 per dollar within the next six months without conducting heavy intervention,

Xi hosts El Salvador as nations cut ties with Taiwan

Salvadoran President Salvador Sanchez Ceren met with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, in Beijing yesterday, just months after the small Central American nation broke its diplomatic

Opinion | China has the wrong medicine for endangered species

China’s decision to reverse a 25-year-old ban and allow trade, in “special cases,” in products made from critically endangered tigers and rhinos has provoked a predictable firestorm of

Sri Lanka | President summons Parliament after PM turmoil

Sri Lanka’s president has summoned Parliament to meet next week as pressure grows for him to resolve the turmoil set off when he sacked the Cabinet

India | Towering statue of independence leader unveiled

India’s prime minister has unveiled a towering bronze statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, a key independence leader being promoted as a national icon in the ruling party’s

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