18th Fringe Festival launches next month

The 18th Macao City Fringe Festival will be held from January 11 to 27, featuring a total of 18 programs and 10 outreach activities, including workshops,

HKZMB Macau port shops to be on public tender

The government has approved the opening of a public tender for shops at the Macau checkpoint of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, according to a Chief Executive

New agreement supports Macau’s Belt and Road role

The MSAR government signed an agreement with the National Development and Reform Commission yesterday, aimed at advancing Macau’s participation in the Belt and Road initiative.

Airport to launch development of south extension in early 2019

The Macau International Airport Company has announced plans to launch the Passenger Terminal Building South Extension Design & Build Project in early 2019. According to a press

Policy Address | Traffic and parking spaces concern lawmakers

Traffic-related matters, housing and the lack of parking spaces were topics that generated recurrent questions addressed to the Secretary for Transport and Public Works. Raimundo do

Wong responds to Alexis Tam’s statement on illegal guesthouses

Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak says that it is normal for different government officials to have different opinions. Wong’s remark was made regarding a statement

Survey | Casinos’ gaming service quality dropped

All casinos saw a drop in their Gaming Service Index (GSI) scores in 2018, with a 11.2 percent decrease in the overall GSI score. The GSI

Two arrested for salary fraud

Two women have been arrested for fraud after they were discovered keeping two non-local workers’ salaries (estimated at MOP220,000). The two women are sisters, both surnamed Wu. One is

Expert says Macau should have unified approach to attract MICE events, visitors

With its aim of becoming an attractive destination, Macau is in need of a unified message to send its visitors, said marketing and events expert Patrick

Heritage | Lai Chi Vun shipyards listed as immovable assets

The old Lai Chi Vun shipyards have been classified as an immovable asset, the Chief Executive Council announced on Wednesday. “The SAR government has

Human resources | Qualified workers import scheme may be reviewed

A proposal to attract a greater number of talented individuals from outside Macau to work in the region will be discussed further by the Talents Development Committee, with more

Real Estate Matters | It’s a people business

Sam Lee is a marketing manager and property consultant at JML Property.  JML was established in 1994 and offers Investment Property & Homes. It specializes in managing

Report | China is lead suspect in Marriott hack

A massive hack into hotel group Marriott International Inc. may have been an intelligence-gathering operation by China’s government, Reuters cited unidentified sources as saying. Private investigators found hacking

Hong Kong fears Trump will trigger end to special trading status

Hong Kong business groups are starting to worry the Trump administration will open the door to ending the financial hub’s preferential trade status, rendering it “just

Luxury | Gucci owner revamps jeweler to Czars as branded rocks boom

A gleaming necklace in Boucheron’s shop window in Paris’s Place Vendome features dozens of lifelike hydrangea blossoms made from mother-of-pearl and diamonds, framing a 43-carat pink tourmaline. Shoppers

Meng Wanzhou | Beijing demands Canada release Huawei executive

China yesterday demanded Canada release a Huawei Technologies executive who was arrested in a case that adds to technology tensions with Washington and threatens to complicate

Patrick Ho | Hong Kong businessman guilty of bribery in African oil deal

A federal jury convicted a Hong Kong businessman yesterday of bribing the presidents of two African nations to secure oil rights for a Chinese energy conglomerate, a case

Friends close | North Korean sends top diplomat to key ally China

North Korea’s foreign minister arrived in key ally China yesterday for talks amid stalled efforts to persuade his government to dismantle its nuclear weapons programs.

Philippines | Authorities arrest US priest accused of abusing altar boys

Philippine immigration authorities say they have arrested an American Roman Catholic priest accused of sexually assaulting altar boys in a remote central town in a case one

New Zealand Police search for 22-year-old British tourist

New Zealand police were searching yesterday for a 22-year-old British tourist who has been missing for five days and failed to contact her parents on her

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