Resigned to House loss, Trump still sees midterms success

WASHINGTON (AP) — Resigned to the loss of one-party control over Washington in Tuesday's elections, President Donald Trump stared down the prospect of endless House investigations, stymied policy efforts and

Briefs | Group calls for increase in subsidies for the disabled

A group of ten local residents visited the government headquarters yesterday, delivering a letter to the Macau SAR government calling for an increase in subsidies for the disabled. The

HKZM bridge may add to traffic trouble during Grand Prix

The opening of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge may create added traffic complications during the Macau Grand Prix, representatives of the Transport Bureau (DSAT) admitted yesterday

We correct

In a November 5 article titled “US trade union investigating firms linked to Angela Leong” the Times incorrectly described the nature of a venture between Paradise Enterprise Limited

UN: ‘Widespread discrimination’ against migrants

The United Nations Human Rights Council has submitted a report on the human rights situation in the People’s Republic of China, including a section on Macau

MGTO and travel trade showcase Macau in Shanghai

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has organized a delegation of Macau’s travel trade to participate in the first edition of China International Import Expo, which

CIIE Shanghai | CESL Asia invited to China’s first Import Expo

Service and technology solutions provider CESL Asia will be one of a few local companies to attend the first China International Import Expo (CIIE) held in Shanghai

Macau can be new market for design thinking, says expert

Macau is a new market for design thinking and has the potential to adapt such innovation in the city’s service industry, says Hong Kong-based consultant David Chung.

Airport expands emergency generator system

The Macau International Airport (MIA) has added three sets of backup emergency generator systems to ensure uninterrupted power supply to important airport equipment. MIA

Education | UM included in Alliance of Int’l Science Organizations

The inauguration ceremony for the Alliance of International Science Organizations in the Belt and Road Region, and the second international conference on science, technology, and innovation for

1,420 new companies in Q3

A total of 1,420 new companies were incorporated in the third quarter of 2018, an increase of 170 year-on-year. The total value of registered capital rose by 118.7 percent

BlueOcean to represent Tencent in town

Local advertising company BlueOcean Ad has been nominated as the representative of Chinese company Tencent’s global advertising business in Macau. The launch ceremony of Tencent’s global

Sting operation labelled unfair to taxi drivers

The taxi industry has expressed its concerns regarding the new taxi regime’s proposal of police sting operations. A representative of the taxi industry, surnamed

Malaysia probes more deals by ex-Goldman partner Leissner

Malaysia’s leader-in-waiting said the government is looking into more Goldman Sachs Group Inc. deals carried out by Tim Leissner, the former partner whose work on 1MDB’s

Corporate Bits | Run of hope to be held this month

Four Seasons Hotel Macao will host its annual charity event, Run of Hope Macau, for the tenth consecutive year on November 25, with the theme “Superhero.” The choice of

Office rents in Hong Kong seen falling in 2019

Rents in the world’s costliest office market, Hong Kong, may fall for the first time in four years as an equities rout weighs on sentiment in the

Angola and Cape Verde to have air links once again

The Angola-Cape Verde air link will be resumed later this year, with only a few technical adjustments left to organize, the Angolan Transport Minister said recently.

Mozambique | Maputo-Katembe Bridge opens on Saturday

The Maputo-Katembe Bridge, to be inaugurated on Saturday, will be crossed daily by 4,000 vehicles in the first year of opening to traffic, according to forecasts from

Chinese ‘gait recognition’ tech IDs people by how they walk

Chinese authorities have begun deploying a new surveillance tool: “gait recognition” software that uses people’s body shapes and how they walk to identify them, even when

Yunnan | Wenshan curbs dog walking, bans them in parks, stadiums

A city in southwestern China has banned dog walking during the daytime and banished the pets entirely from parks, shopping centers, sports facilities and other public spaces. The

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