Climate change to bring unique challenges to Greater Bay Area

Climate change is going to make the sub-tropical cities of southern China even warmer, Hong Kong’s former Under Secretary for the Environment warned at a talk held last

EPM to hold self-empowerment seminar

In collaboration with the Parents Association, the Escola Portuguesa de Macau (EPM), will hold a Self-Empowerment Seminar today, discussing “Coaching and Personal Development” for adults and teenagers.

Holiday amendment proposal shelved

The government has canceled the holiday change proposal in the latest Labor Law amendment. The proposal stated that three days out of four (New Year’s Day,

Xi jinping’s Visit to Lisbon | Portugal signs agreement to join Belt and Road Initiative

China wants to continue to take advantage of Portugal’s privileged geographical location by deepening its political and business ties with the southern European country, Chinese President Xi

Macau fifth most popular travel destination in the world

Macau is the fifth most popular travel destination in the world, according to a Euromonitor International ranking based on 2017 international arrivals data. Numbers released by

Costa Nunes Kindergarten free of charge for residents

The D. José Costa Nunes Kindergarten will be included in the list of schools to offer free of charge education for residents in the upcoming academic year. The

Interview | Alexis Tam envisages a new landmark in cultural tourism

Alexis Tam says the government has a bold vision for the future development of Macau’s tourism industry, and the Art Macao event, which will be inaugurated

IC apologizes for stopping reporter from taking pictures

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) Director, Mok Ian Ian, has apologized on the behalf of the bureau for the incident in which a journalist was stopped by IC’s

Football | After stunning debut, Benfica barred from AFC again

After surpassing all expectations in this year’s Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup, local team Benfica de Macau will be staying home next year for failing to meet

Tender for design and construction of the fourth bridge launched

The public tender for the design project and construction of the fourth road-link bridge between the Peninsula and Taipa Island was launched yesterday by the Infrastructure Development Office

Malaysia’s tiff with Singapore escalates with war of words

Malaysia’s tiff with neighboring Singapore over air space and port waters is escalating, a sign of renewed bickering not seen in years. First came Malaysia saying

Hong Kong | Office rents 60 percent higher than in New York

Hong Kong’s Central area has taken the prize for the world’s most expensive premium office rents for a fourth year running, according to global real estate consultant JLL. Occupancy

German human rights commissioner to visit Tibet, but not Xinjiang

Germany’s top official for human rights was due to visit Tibet this week for a dialogue with Chinese counterparts after being denied permission to visit the heavily policed northwestern

Special Presentation shows Macau’s own ‘Empire Hotel’

The Special Presentation segment of IFFAM will screen seven films selected by Mike Goodridge, the festival’s Artistic Director, and Jury President Chen Kaige, the famed Chinese director.

Flying Daggers: Six talked about films of the year

Flying Daggers section brings us a collection of six exciting and daring movies produced this year, which won accolades worldwide and are being premiered at the Macau Tower and

Beijing promises action on US trade deal but gives no details

China issued an upbeat but vague promise yesterday to carry out a tariff cease-fire with Washington but gave no details that might dispel confusion about what Presidents

Cinema | ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ not clicking with Chinese audiences

Chinese audiences aren’t exactly going nuts over the U.S. box office hit “Crazy Rich Asians,” despite its all- Asian cast and theme of rising Asian prosperity.

Koreas | South abuzz about North leader Kim’s possible trip

Day after day, rampant speculation about North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s possible trip to Seoul is making headlines in South Korea, despite no official confirmation from

Japan | Brazilian consul says arrested Ghosn is healthy, wants thrillers

The former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn, who was arrested in Japan on suspicion of underreporting his income, seems prepared to fight out his case and has asked

UK | May loses control over Brexit endgame in parliament war

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is locked in a power struggle with the British Parliament that looks set to determine the final shape of Brexit. May

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