Health | ‘Intelligent Medicine’ builds grounds for further development

The first phase of the “Intelligent Medicine” program, which was established by the government as part of their “Smart City” plans to develop and improve local

Cage (not) leaving Macau: ‘I would love to shoot here!’

It was right after his masterclass on Sunday that we were able to “flash” interview Nicolas Cage. During the one-hour class moderated by Mike

Sonia Chan No preliminary direction on illegal guesthouse criminalization

Secretary for Administration and Justice Sonia Chan has said that, in relation to the issue of illegal guesthouses, she will proceed with an in-depth study and

Animal embalming museum to be complete in 2019

An animal embalming museum is expected to be completed by the end of next year, according to the president of the Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau

Sou questions budget increases for handover celebration

Lawmaker Sulu Sou has asked the government to explain the reasoning behind big budget increases for celebrations of the 20th anniversary of the handover in particular.

Ung Vai Meng exhibition opens tomorrow

Ung Vai Meng was born in Macau where he later received formal artistic training from Master Kam Cheong Ling. He completed his master’s degree at the

ADVERTORIAL | Whole Person Development Philosophy: MELCO fosters career advancement for employees and standards of excellence

Gaming company Melco Resorts & Entertainment Limited (NASDAQ: MLCO) highly values its Whole Person Development philosophy, the driving ideology behind many of the initiatives which extend the training

Motorsport | Macau GP organizers reluctant to adopt new cars

Macau Grand Prix organizers are reluctant to adopt the new generation of Formula 3 racing cars and are considering sticking with older models prior to next year’s

Jury calls on IFFAM to act as platform for emerging directors

The main jury of the third International Film Festival and Awards Macao (IFFAM) commended the event for featuring films directed by young directors, thus calling on

Briefs | Ng Kuok Cheong asks for Central Provident Fund review

Lawmaker Ng Kuok Cheong has urged the government to review the city’s Central Provident Fund system. In his written inquiry provided to the government, Ng asked the government to

Prosecutors indict Nissan’s Ghosn for underreporting pay

Prosecutors have charged Nissan Motor Co.’s former chairman Carlos Ghosn, another executive and the automaker itself for allegedly violating financial laws by underreporting income. The

Music giant backed by Pony Ma is poised to spin new billionaires

A lawyer, a computer scientist and China’s third-richest person are poised to create one of the year’s biggest hits in the music industry. Co-presidents Xie Zhenyu and

Analysis | Beyond Huawei, scientist’s death is a blow for China

The death of a prominent Chinese scientist in the U.S. has passed comparatively unnoticed beside the blizzard of global headlines devoted to the Huawei dispute, yet

Gene-editing scientist’s project rejected for WHO database

The global medical community is distancing itself further from the researcher whose controversial gene-editing work has been condemned by scientists and the Chinese government. A Chinese

Meng Wanzhou | Beijing pressures US, Canada ahead of Huawei hearing

China raised the pressure on the United States and Canada as a bail hearing for a top Chinese technology executive was set to resume today

Briefs | Chengdu – Group says dozens detained in raid on church

A U.S.-based advocacy group says dozens of Christians have been detained in a raid on a prominent Chinese church that operates outside the government’s official protestant organization. ChinaAid

India | Thousands flock to funeral of two teenage Kashmir rebels

Thousands of people in Indian-controlled Kashmir joined a funeral procession yesterday for two teenage rebels who were killed over the weekend in a long gunbattle with

South Korea | Prosecutors charge four with illegally importing North coal

South Korean prosecutors said yesterday that they have charged four people with illegally importing North Korean coal via Russia in violation of U.N. sanctions. The indictments, handed

New Zealand | PM Ardern apologizes for death of British tourist

New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern made an emotional apology yesterday to the family of a 22-year-old British tourist who police say was murdered. Ardern

Brexit in turmoil as May postpones Parliament vote on it

British Prime Minister Theresa May says her Brexit divorce deal with the European Union is still “the best deal that is negotiable,” as she aimed to

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