Two-day cooking show event concludes

A UNESCO Creative Cities of Gastronomy Cooking Show in Macau concluded  yesterday after two consecutive days of culinary activities. Featuring young chefs from 20 participating Creative Cities

Committee discusses measures to improve MICE industry

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

Ask the Vet | Abnormal liver function in dogs

Your dog’s liver and pancreas work together to make the digestion process run smoothly and efficiently. The liver stores essential Vitamins A,D,E and K and it produces

Motorcycle rider dies in Ferry Bridge crash with taxi

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

400m yuan lost in abandoned Zhuhai shopping complex

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

Malaysian court rules in favor of Wynn Macau

A Malaysian court has ruled in favor of Wynn Macau in a case of a fund manager, who owed the casino’s operator millions of dollars, according to a report

Illegal World Cup bets scheme goes to court from today

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.

Macau Business School is not a higher education institution, GAES clarifies

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

Education | USJ renews hopes to have mainland students

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

Briefs | Two buses collide, 10 injured

Two buses collided at the junction of the Av. Leste do Hipódromo and R. Graciosa on Friday. There were 10 female passengers, aged between 5 and 79 years,

Filipino Catholics hail ‘Viva Pit Señor!’ to celebrate festival

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

Alexis Tam says flu situation is stabilizing

The current flu situation in the region seems to have stabilized, the Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam, said on the sidelines of a public

Woman accused of fraud, victims include Chan Meng Kam

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.

Obituary | Henry Sy, billionaire who started as a shoe seller, dies at 94

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

Corporate Bits | Sands China to pay bonus by end of January

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

Opinion | China Inc. is battling a crisis of confidence

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 —

Slump squeezes workers, hammers consumer spending

Yu Mingang had a good job helping Chinese manufacturers prepare to sell shares to the public until the cooling economy derailed those plans. As demand for auditing

Hong Kong | Property prices drop by 10pct since August

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.

Beijing using detainees as ‘bargaining chips,’ Trudeau envoy says

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

US said to prepare Trump order to restrict Chinese telecoms

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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