Trailhiker participants call for more charity runs

Loud cheers and an energetic crowd filled MGM Cotai’s lobby on Saturday as the MGM Macau Eco Trailhiker hit a record high, attracting 2,700 participants and raising

US trade union investigating firms linked to Angela Leong

A U.S.-based trade union has submitted a letter addressed to the Court of Final Instance asking for clarification on the interests of lawmaker and

Health | Kiang Wu opens assisted reproduction center

Kiang Wu Hospital opened its assisted reproduction center on Saturday, introducing services that will accommodate up to one thousand cases per year. The hospital says

Dog skin allergies

Dog skin allergies are usually identified by constant biting, obsessive scratching, compulsive licking, chewing, rashes, hair loss and hot spots (extremely itchy lesions on the skin caused by

Macau and Zhuhai co-tested boxed tissue and sanitary napkins

The Macau Consumer Council (CC) and the Zhuhai Association for Consumers’ Rights and Interests Protection recently co-tested boxed tissue and sanitary napkins. According to a statement

Thousands join Caritas fundraiser

Thousands of participants flooded the Nam Van Nautical Center over the weekend to take part in the 49th Caritas Macau Charity Bazaar. Attendees were able to

Gov’t with strong presence at China Int’l Import Expo

Several departments of the MSAR Government formed delegations to participate in and attend the first China International Import Expo (CIIE), held in Shanghai from today to November

Briefs | Agnes Lam questions school bullying matter

Agnes Lam is calling for the government’s attention on matters of school bullying, she wrote in a written inquiry to the government. According to the Programme for International Student

Surf Hong fined MOP10 million

Surf Hong Company, the employer of 24 lifeguards who were engaged in a lengthy employment dispute, has been fined MOP10 million by the government. According to the Sports Bureau, the

Sports | Badminton finals: Korean team performs well

The Macau Open Badminton finals were played yesterday at the Tap Seac Multisport Pavilion. Veteran Korean player Lee Hyun-il was the winner of the men’s singles, beating

EU stress tests show banks more robust against a crisis

Europe-wide stress tests show that big banks would come through a theoretical financial crisis in better shape than in the last such test two years ago.

China seeks to rebrand global image with import expo

Facing a blizzard of trade complaints, China is throwing an “open for business” import fair hosted by President Xi Jinping to rebrand itself as a welcoming market

Hong Kong art show canceled after threat

A Hong Kong exhibition featuring an artist critical of China - as well as the band Pussy Riot and former protest leader Joshua Wong - has been canceled

Trump-Xi trade deal is likely to begin rather than end at G-20

President Donald Trump often seems to be caught between his ideological desire to rewrite America’s trade relationship with China and a businessman’s instinct to cut

US charges Malaysian financier in multibillion-dollar scheme

The Justice Department announced charges last week against a fugitive Malaysian financier and two former Goldman Sachs bankers accused in a money laundering and bribery scheme

Indonesia | Data recovered from crashed Lion Air data recorder: official

Investigators succeeded in retrieving hours of data from a crashed Lion Air jet’s flight recorder as Indonesian authorities yesterday extended the search at sea for victims

Voters in Pacific territory choose to keep ties with France

A majority of voters in the South Pacific territory of New Caledonia chose to remain part of France instead of backing independence, election officials announced yesterday as French

Japan | Murakami reveals plan for library of works

Japanese author Haruki Murakami announced yesterday that he is working to set up a library that will showcase his works and also serve as a meeting

Thai elite turn out for Leicester City owner’s funeral

An elaborate funeral began Saturday for Thai billionaire and Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who died last week when his helicopter crashed in a parking lot

Pakistan | Blasphemy case: Appeal to help family leave country

The husband of a Christian woman acquitted eight years after being sentenced to death for blasphemy, but not released after countrywide protests, appealed yesterday to U.S. President

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