Cinema | Students finding inspiration, mentorship in local filmmakers

Student filmmakers who will have their projects screened at the Cinematheque Passion’s student film festival this month say that more established local directors are an influence on

MGM program highlights Chinese traditional culture

MGM has launched a program called “Explore the Beauty of Chinese Embroidery” which showcases Chinese traditional culture and a series of heritage crafts as shown

Environment | New vehicles’ emissions requirements tightened

To improve the air quality in Macau and protect the health of local residents, the Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA) and the Transport Bureau (DSAT) have changed

HK man arrested for sexually assaulting five male students

A 35-year-old Hong Kong man has been arrested for sexually assaulting five male students, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported yesterday. The suspect is a tutor at

Money exchange gangs pose a threat to region’s security

The Secretary for Security, Wong Sio Chak, presented the crime statistics for the first nine months of 2018 yesterday. At the press conference, the secretary noted

Strange car accident puzzles police

A male resident over 30 years old has been charged after a car accident occurred at Estrada do Altinho de Ka Ho in the early hours of November 17.

Advertorial | Sands China leading sustainability initiatives in the SAR

Sustainability has long been the core of Sands China’s business spectrum, with the company leading a series of initiatives in a bid to make a difference in

Flora bear passes away, IACM to install a memorial wall

BoBo, the Asian black bear living in Flora Garden after being rescued in the mid- 1980s from a restaurant located at Rua da Felicidade in central

Int’l business in banking sector rises

The proportion of international business in the local banking sector rose in the third quarter of 2018, according to the latest data released by the Monetary Authority

Briefs | Macau Orchestra performs French music at local universities

The Macau Orchestra (OM) last week performed a series of concerts dedicated to French classical music at the Macao Polytechnic Institute, the University of Macau and the

Credit set for worst year since 2008 as crashes roil market

Credit markets are set for the worst year since the global financial crisis as investors abandon hope of a late-2018 rally. High-yield and investment-grade

Malaysia, Japan among nations that benefit from trade war

Asia, at the broad level, will lose from the U.S.-China trade war, but a few countries will emerge as relative winners. Nomura Holdings Inc.

Corporate bits | City of Dreams to host Michelin guide Hong Kong Macau anniversary

To mark the 11th anniversary of the annual Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau, City of Dreams will present a gala dinner themed “Metamorphosis” on Dec. 11. For one night

Angola wants to increase bilateral cooperation with Portugal

The Angolan President will seek to increase the level of bilateral cooperation with Portugal during an official visit to the country from November 22 to 24,

Mindelo to host the 23rd edition of the Cape Verde Int’l Fair

The city of Mindelo, on São Vicente Island, will host the 23rd edition of the Cape Verde International Fair (FIC 2019), which will take place from November

Backlash at Chinese university shows limits to surveillance

A Chinese university’s plan to conduct a blanket search of student and staff electronic devices has come under fire, illustrating the limits of the population’s tolerance for surveillance and

Hong Kong | US Navy to make port call after earlier refusal

China is allowing a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier and its battle group to make a port call in Hong Kong after it earlier turned down a similar request

Amid popular protests | Xi visits Philippines to deepen ties with US ally

Chinese President Xi Jinping received a red-carpet welcome in the Philippines yesterday, as he paid his first visit to the U.S. treaty ally with offers of

Taiwanese student accused of school threat to be deported

A Taiwanese exchange student accused of threatening to “shoot up” his high school near Philadelphia was spared additional time in prison at his sentencing yesterday , but

Papua New Guinea | Police storm Parliament for APEC summit pay

Disgruntled police, military and prison guards stormed Papua New Guinea’s Parliament yesterday in a violent pay dispute stemming from an international summit hosted by the impoverished

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