Michelin Guide awards three stars to three restaurants

The Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2019 saw local restaurant Jade Dragon and Hong Kong’s French restaurant Caprice awarded the three-star echelon. The 11th edition

Building owners complain about unauthorized construction

The owners of Edifício Lap Hing held a press conference urging the government to demolish unauthorized construction works located at the entrance of the building.

Council members want to introduce non-local croupiers

Several members of the Council for Economic Development (CED) proposed that Macau import non-local dealers based on a maximum percentage of the total. The

Lawmaker questions transgenic food products safety

Lawmaker Mak Soi Kun has asked the relevant authorities to explain how the government is ensuring Macau’s food safety, in particular for imported foods.

Gaming operators consider merging more shuttle buses

The city’s six gaming operators have hired a consultant company to study the possibility of merging casino shuttle buses. According to Wilfred Wong, executive director and president of

Local cartoonist’s work selected by UN

A local cartoonist’s work was selected by United Nations to be included in Monday’s 70th anniversary celebration of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Thirty cartoons

Sands China celebrates its suppliers for outstanding products, services

Sands China Ltd. recently honoured several of its outstanding suppliers at The Venetian Macao, at the 2018 Sands Supplier Excellence Awards, and commended all of its suppliers whom it views as

LRT audit proposal shot down by Assembly

The Legislative Assembly (AL) yesterday voted against a proposal from lawmakers Ng Kuok Cheong and Au Kam San to have an audit of the entire situation relating

AL Plenary | Police law approved without changes, only Sou opposed

The bill that aims to establish the new competences of the Public Security Police Force (PSP) was finally approved yesterday at a plenary session of the

IFFAM | Fitting for Suburban Birds to be screened in Macau

The producer of 2018 award-winning film Suburban Birds said at a red carpet event at the International Film Festival and Awards Macao (IFFAM) last night that

Liu Jie’s ‘Baby’ tackles child abandonment in China

Chinese director Liu Jie attended the screening of his movie “Baby” at the third International Film Festival Awards Macao. His movie, which is a part

Huawei clash shows deeper US-China battle for global influence

The Trump administration has insisted the arrest of a top Huawei executive has nothing to do with trade talks. In Beijing, it’s just the latest U.S.

Hong Kong says no to nano flats as prices start to crater

Could nano flats - billed as one way of solving Hong Kong’s chronic housing shortage - be on the way out as quickly as they grabbed the public’s

Court bans some iPhones over Qualcomm dispute

U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm says it’s won an order in a Chinese court banning some Apple phones in China as part of a long-running dispute over patents.

Snowden adds voice to calls for Google to stay out of China

On the eve of Google Chief Executive Officer Sundar Pichai’s testimony to Congress, a coalition of human rights groups and activists, including former National Security Agency contractor

How Asia fell out of love with the Belt and Road Initiative

In late August, President Abdulla Yameen of the Maldives hailed the opening of a Chinese-built bridge connecting two islands in the archipelago as “the gateway into tomorrow and the opportunities

US returns three disputed bells taken in 1901 to Philippines

Three church bells seized by American troops as war trophies more than a century ago were returned to the Philippines yesterday in a move long demanded by

Lion Air crash shows challenges of Asia’s budget airline boom

The investigation into the fatal crash of a Boeing jet from Asia’s second-largest budget airline has turned the spotlight on the ballooning growth of low-cost carriers in

Egypt | Normalcy restored in Sinai city, but danger lurks

Mohammed Amer Shaaban stood over trays of fresh fish at his tiny store in the coastal Sinai Peninsula city of el-Arish, pointing to his right and

European Union | May in the Netherlands as she fights to save Brexit deal

Top European Union officials yesterday ruled out any renegotiation of the divorce agreement with Britain as Prime Minister Theresa May launched her fight to save her Brexit

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