Visit to Lisbon starts today | Xi: ‘China-Portugal relations are now stronger than ever before’

Xi Jinping commences a two-day visit to Lisbon today. Ahead of his visit, a signed article by the Chinese President, titled “A Friendship across Time and Space, A

Urban planning | Conference unanimous on need for quality over quantity

Urban planning needs to focus less on quantity and more on quality, a United Nations-supported conference in Macau has found. Architect Nuno Soares, organizer of

Policy Address | Tam announces four schools selected for Canidrome land

The Canidrome land plot will be used for building new campuses for the Concordia School for Special Education, the Workers’ Children High School, the Escola Xin Hua, and

‘New World Symphony’ concert at St. Dominic’s Church

The Macao Orchestra (OM) will present the concert “New World Symphony”, on Friday at St. Dominic’s Church. In this concert, under the baton of Italian conductor Julian Kovatchev, the

Gov’t collects opinions about underwater tunnel connecting landfills

The Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau (DSSOPT) is launching a survey aiming to collect the opinions of the general public as well as associations on the

CRIME | Taxi driver calls PJ for help while under effect of drugs

A 45-year-old taxi driver is being investigated by the authorities in a drug abuse case reported by the person in question to the Judiciary Police (PJ), the force

Human resources | Hainan wants to attract skilled personnel from SARs and overseas

Foreign students with a master’s degree or higher from Chinese universities will be allowed to find jobs and start businesses in Hainan with work permits to be

GBA film industrial base established in Huizhou

The Macau Cultural Affairs Bureau, the Hong Kong Film Development Council, the film bureau of Guangdong province, and the Huizhou government witnessed together, in Huizhou, a cooperation signing

Light Festival kicks off presenting new highlights

The Macau Light Festival 2018, themed “Time Travel in Macau,” has kicked off, illuminating routes that connect a string of new locations this year.

Lord Stow donates to Movember Foundation

The Lord Stow’s Bakery has pledged HKD47,265 to The Movember Foundation Hong Kong, a center addressing some of the health issues faced by men including prostate cancer, testicular cancer,

Asia stock confidence in trade truce has a number: USD325b

Just how much is this 90-day truce worth in Asian stock markets? Roughly USD325 billion, yesterday at least. That’s how much market value got added

Macquarie said to be in final talks for China joint venture

Macquarie Group Ltd. is in advanced talks to create a majority-owned securities joint- venture firm in China, according to people familiar with the matter, the latest

Could anyone have stopped gene-edited babies experiment?

Early last year, a little-known Chinese researcher turned up at an elite meeting in Berkeley, California, where scientists and ethicists were discussing a technology that had shaken

Argentina and China sign deals strengthening ties after G-20

China’s president signed new trade deals with Argentina yesterday as the Asian giant expands its growing role in Latin American economies. Presidents Mauricio Macri

State media praise Bush as ‘statesman of vision’

Chinese state media yesterday praised George H.W. Bush as a “statesman of vision,” recalling the late president’s role in helping end the Cold War and establishing the

New Chinese Cinema | SIX FILMS IN COMPETITION

Screen International is partnering with IFFAM to showcase the uniqueness that is Chinese cinema and introduce to the world the best contemporary Chinese-speaking directors. There is a total

RETROSPECTIVE

Both the 2016 and 2017 editions of IFFAM have been lauded for shining a light on Asian cinema and for its recognition of new directors and producers.

The geography of crafty filmmaking in THE COMPETITION – II

Eleven feature films of a variety of topics and origins are in competition for the top IFFAM Award 2018. They will be shown in Macau venues – from

Japan | Ghosn’s legal woes highlight governance failings

One of the biggest mysteries surrounding the arrest of Nissan’s former chairman Carlos Ghosn is over how he allegedly could have underreported his income by millions of

Koreas | Ban Ki-moon urges North to take denuclearization steps

Former U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged North Korean leader Kim Jong Un yesterday to take concrete steps toward complete denuclearization and gain the trust of the

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