Open House to promote city’s architecture, urban culture

Open House Macau (OHM) is slated to make its debut in the city on November 10 and 11, with a mission of promoting architecture and

Education | Scholars discuss integrated resorts in Japan

The sixth module of the Global Leadership Development Programme Series: International Integrated Resort Management, co-organized by the University of Macau’s (UM) Asia-Pacific Academy of Economics and

HKZMB | Passenger growth at Hong Kong checkpoint

Passenger numbers at the Hong Kong checkpoint of the newly- opened 55-kilometer sea bridge across the Pearl River estuary reached an all-time high on Saturday, as

DHL Express expands investment in China to tap trade growth

German logistics titan DHL Express will step up its investment in China to seize new business opportunities as the country reforms and opens up. “We are

Briefs | Broad money supply continues to grow

Macau’s broad money supply continued to grow in September with a stable share of patacas, as broad monetary supply grew by 10.3 percent year-on-year to MOP626.4 billion.

AirAsia kicks off city’s first direct flight to Kota Kinabalu

AirAsia officially inaugurated the SAR’s first direct flight to Kota Kinabalu yesterday, marking the airline’s second Malaysian route and the seventh international destination from Macau. This

Lawmaker calls for Cathay data breach follow-up

Lawmaker Lei Cheng I has called for the Macau government to follow up on a recent data breach at Cathay Pacific Airway Ltd that affected more

Crime | Four charged with covering up arson suspect

Four people have been charged with absolving an illegal worker from criminal liability in an arson case, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported yesterday during a press conference.

Hong Kong Literary Festival says tickets still available

There are still a few tickets available for the 2018 Hong Kong Literary Festival, which runs until Sunday, November 11 at its new location at the Tai

Jack Ma labels trade war ‘most stupid thing’

Billionaire Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma called fighting over trade senseless and decried once again a widening conflict between the U.S. and China. China’s richest person -

HKD drops most since 2016 as rate gap widens again

Hong Kong’s dollar weakened the most since February 2016, unwinding some of last week’s jump, as a widening interest-rate gap made it more lucrative to borrow

Gaming | Genting Malaysia falls most on record amid higher casino levies

Genting Malaysia Bhd. suffered its worst one-day fall on record as most analysts downgraded the stock after the government announced Friday that casinos’ annual fees and

Corporate bits | Sands China volunteers at Caritas Bazaar

A group of around 110 Sands Cares Ambassadors manned a game booth on Saturday and Sunday for the 49th Caritas Macau Charity Bazaar at Nam Van Lake Nautical

Two scholars due to speak at Harvard barred from leaving country

A researcher at a prominent Chinese think tank repeatedly targeted by the Communist government said yesterday he and the organization’s director have been barred from leaving the country.

Taiwan | New performing arts center billed as largest in world

A sprawling complex of four theaters billed as the biggest performing arts center in the world has opened in southern Taiwan. The National Kaohsiung Center for the

Xi promises market opening as import fair begins

President Xi Jinping promised to open China’s growing consumer market wider at a fair designed to help counter charges that Beijing abuses the global trading system.

South Asia | Rivals China, India cautiously watch Sri Lankan crisis

China and India are closely watching the constitutional crisis in Sri Lanka, which has been a battleground in their struggle for geopolitical supremacy in South Asia.

Cold friends | Cuban president meets North Korea’s Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel — both hoping to get out from under U.S. economic sanctions — have agreed to expand and

Malaysia | Ex-state chief charged as graft crackdown widens

THE former leader of a resource-rich eastern Malaysian state was charged yesterday with allegedly receiving bribes for the award of timber concessions amid a widening crackdown on

Australia | Third shark attack off tourist island in seven weeks

A shark critically injured a man yesterday near an island harbor on Australia’s Great Barrier reef where two tourists were mauled on consecutive days in September, officials said.

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