Xi’s visit to Portugal | Lisbon fetes Beijing, risking tension with Western allies

While some powerful European Union governments are uneasy about China possibly taking more control of the bloc’s critical energy and transport infrastructure, one of western Europe’s smallest

TDM to mandatorily promote Chinese anthem

TDM’s radio and TV channels as well as the “Vila Verde” Radio Station will be required to broadcast the Chinese National Anthem on specific dates and times,

Policy Address | Alexis Tam says illegal inns should be criminalized

The Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam, revealed yesterday at the Legislative Assembly (AL) that he agrees with the criminalization of illegal guesthouse

Gaming | Analysts say better than expected revenue, G20 brought good news for casinos

U.S.-listed Macau casino operators follow their Hong Kong peers sharply higher after the industry got a double-dose of supportive news this weekend. Shares of Wynn

HK photographers capture Macau in promotional campaign

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) announced yesterday the launch of the “Experience Macao Cinematic Style” campaign in Hong Kong. The campaign features a collection of

CRIME | Man helps to catch scammer that sold him a fake phone

A Filipino man, 26, has helped the police to catch a mainland Chinese man, 52, that had sold him a fake phone, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) revealed.

Neto Valente reelected in highest turnout election ever

The president of the Macau Lawyers Association (AAM) Jorge Neto Valente was yesterday restored to the helm of the Association for another two years in an election

AAM presents activity plan for 2019

Right after the results of the election were known, the Macau Lawyers Association (AAM) disclosed the Association activity plan for 2019. According to the document to

Rich Asians are crazy to live in Shanghai, luxury index shows

If you’re a high-net-worth individual in Asia into fine dining, wine, jewelry and luxury skin cream, best not to live in Shanghai. The Chinese city

UK | Taxi protest against safety rules brings gridlock to London

London’s black cab drivers brought gridlock to areas of the capital’s main financial district on Monday evening in protest against measures to improve air quality and road

White House hails China trade truce as skeptics raise doubts

The Trump administration is celebrating the 90-day truce it reached in its trade war with China as a significant breakthrough despite scant details, a hazy timetable

Economic chill dulls appetite for some luxury brands

The designer boutiques of Manhattan and Paris are feeling the chill of a Chinese economic slowdown that has hammered automakers and other industries. That

China’s thirst for high-end beer fuels surge in Canadian barley

At a laboratory in downtown Winnipeg, Peter Watts samples a golden pale ale, admiring the silky foam top and smooth, slightly grain-tinged taste. A new variety

Japan | Firm warned of legal step over Korean forced laborers

Lawyers for Korean wartime forced laborers have demanded that a Japanese steelmaker respond to their request to discuss compensation, warning they will otherwise take steps to freeze its

Bush’s state funeral follows generations of tradition

Former President George H.W. Bush’s state funeral encompasses four days of events, from his arrival in Washington to his burial in Texas tomorrow. The guidelines for

Report | About 4,000 migrants died or missing on way to US

Haydee Posadas had waited eight years for her son to come home. On the last night of her long vigil, she was too agitated to sleep.

US-Mexico | Trump predicts he’ll work well with new president Lopez Obrador

President Donald Trump is congratulating Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on taking office as Mexico’s new president. Trump tweets that Lopez Obrador had a “tremendous political victory

This Day in History | 1950 – Pyongyang taken as UN retreats

Chinese troops have entered the North Korean capital, Pyongyang, as United Nations forces are pushed steadily back towards South Korea. The North Korean People’s Army (NKPA)

Offbeat | Dutch court rejects man’s request to be 20 years younger

Dutch motivational speaker Emile Ratelband may feel like a 49-year-old but according to Dutch law he is still 69. A Dutch court this week rejected Ratelband’s request

Rugby Academy | Macau Bats’ busy weekends

Last Sunday saw the Macau Bats compete in the Flying Kukri’s rugby festival at King’s Park, Kowloon. On a hot and sunny day the

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