The Committee for the Development of Conventions and Exhibitions is holding its first plenary ordinary meeting of the year last week, calling on industry players to enhance
A motorcycle rider, Ms San, aged 52, who was a Macau Daily Times staffer for over 11 years, died on Friday around 5:46 a.m. due to an accident at
A group of about 300 investors from Macau, Hong Kong and mainland China have lost a total of 400 million yuan (USD59 million) after plans to develop a sprawling
The trial involving a group of 15 people, including Malaysian businessman Paul Phua, known for his connections to the gambling underworld starts today, Radio Macau reported.
The government, through the Tertiary Education Services Office (GAES), came to clarify rumors and questions from citizens regarding an institution that goes by the name of Macau
The University of Saint Joseph is looking forward to becoming accredited by the British Accreditation Council (BAC), as well as obtaining the Chinese government’s approval to
A large group of Filipino Catholics gathered at the Sai Van Lake Square to celebrate the region’s annual cultural and religious festival that celebrates Santo Niño - the
Businessman and former lawmaker Chan Meng Kam is victim of fraud, after he reported a loss of HKD96 million, according to a report by TDM.
Henry Sy, who became a billionaire by parlaying a shoe store into the biggest retailer in the Philippines, has died. He was 94. He died
Sands China Ltd. will pay a discretionary bonus to all eligible full-time team members on January 31, the gaming operator announced in a statement. A discretionary bonus equivalent to
China’s industrial sector is facing a crisis of confidence. So far, Beijing’s solutions haven’t been enough to shore it up. In response to streams of gloomy data —
Home buyers in the world’s most-expensive property market may finally have something to cheer about - Hong Kong’s housing market is officially in correction territory.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will only call President Xi Jinping as a last resort if the Chinese government doesn’t release two detained Canadians, Ambassador John McCallum said. Canada
The Trump administration is preparing an executive order that could significantly restrict Chinese state-owned telecom companies from operating in the U.S. over national security concerns, according
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