Greyhounds | Florida votes to end racing, concerned about exodus

Macau will soon no longer be the only jurisdiction to grapple with a greyhound retirement problem. Last week, Florida voters had the backing of a two-thirds

Ask the Vet | Six proven canine dry eye remedies

In Macau we deal with a lot of dry eye cases and I thought of spending a bit more time on this topic. The official name for

Population reaches 663,400 at end of September

The total population of Macau was 663,400 at the end of September 2018, an increase of 4,500 quarter-to-quarter, with the female population accounting for 53.1 percent of

Sports Guia Circuit Fun Run attracts 2,000 participants

Organized by the Macau Grand Prix Organizing Committee, the first edition of the “Guia Circuit Fun Run” took place yesterday morning, attracting nearly 2,000 participants. The

Underage drinking laws on government’s 2019 agenda

The government has confirmed the intention to initiate new legislative procedures to regulate underage drinking. On Friday, Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam, hosted the

Gaming | Studio City resists slump as analysts gear up for coverage

Studio City International Holdings Ltd., which has outperformed other Macau gaming companies in its first few weeks as a public company, faces a key test today

Labor | DSAL claims amendment will not reduce workers’ rights

The Labor Affairs Bureau (DSAL) claimed in a statement on Friday that the recent proposal to amend the Labor Law will not affect employees’ rights to mandatory holidays. Earlier

MGM Lion Dance Championship most int’l to date

The MGM Lion Dance Championship – Macau International Invitational 2018 came to a conclusion yesterday with an award ceremony hosted at the MGM Theater in the

5G service to be available on world’s longest cross-sea bridge

The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge is expected to have 5G service in the future, according to Fang Zheng, vice general manager of the WLAN office of

Food festival kicks off with Singapore food village

The 18th Macau Food Festival kicked off on Friday with 23 food merchants from Singapore serving up their native dishes at the lower deck of Sai Van

Replica of China’s space station module debuts in Zhuhai

A full-size model of the core cabin module of China’s space station Tianhe has debuted at the 12th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition (Airshow China)

Macau, Sichuan create mechanism for closer ties

Macau and Sichuan Province agreed on Friday the creation of a mechanism to encourage closer governmental ties and expand existing cooperation, according to a statement from the

Briefs | CE visits Beijing for 40th anniversary of China’s reforms

Macau’s Chief Executive Chui Sai On led a delegation to Beijing to celebrate the 40th anniversary of China’s reform and opening up to the world. In his two-day

HK’s ‘old boys’ club’ faces threat of board shakeups

Hong Kong legislator Abraham Shek sits on so many corporate boards that he sometimes can’t keep track of the exact number. Shek in an interview said he’s

China | Annual shopping frenzy shatters another record

Online shoppers spent more than USD14 billion within the first two hours of China’s annual buying frenzy yesterday, once again breaking records as the consumer tradition

Advertorial | Sands Resorts Macao offers:  Winter Extravaganza in the heart of Cotai Strip

As December looms and people’s thoughts turn to shiny new toys and vacations in far-flung ski resorts, one of Macau’s biggest luxury resort developers has prepared a

Beijing, US sparring continues over South China Sea

China bluntly told the United States to stop sending ships and military aircraft close to islands claimed by Beijing in the South China Sea, during talks that

Events canceled, editor expelled: Hong Kong’s losing freedom

The cancellation of literary and artistic events and the refusal to allow a Financial Times editor to enter Hong Kong have reignited concern about freedom of

China touts success of import fair with USD58b in deals

  Chinese companies signed a combined USD57.83 billion worth of intended one-year deals at the country’s first import fair this week, China Central Television reported, as the government

Two Koreas complete the disarming of 22 guard posts

The North and South Korean militaries completed withdrawing troops and firearms from 22 front-line guard posts on Saturday as they continue to implement a wide-ranging agreement

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