Crimes grow 12 percent in 2018, kidnapping, scams and sexual offenses raise concerns

There was an 11.7 percent surge in the number of criminal cases in 2018 when compared with the previous year registering a total of 14,108 

Gaming | Henry Fok Foundation sides with Pansy Ho in SJM takeover

A cooperation agreement signed this week between Pansy Ho and the Henry Fok Foundation is indicative of a takeover at Macau’s oldest gaming concession, Sociedade de Jogos de

Chimelong Museum aiming to open after Q2

Zhuhai officials have announced the opening of a Chimelong Museum that will be constructed within the Hengqin New Area, it has been reported. Slated to

Health | Three more serious cases of flu infection reported, one death

Three serious cases of influenza accompanied by pneumonia and other complications were reported on Wednesday at both Conde de São Januário Hospital Center (CHCSJ) and Kiang

Q&A | Bob Essert Acoustician: ‘Hong Kong’s cultural industry still has some way to go’

The Xiqu Center at the West Kowloon Cultural District - Hong Kong’s largest arts and cultural site – officially opened to the public on Sunday.

Xiqu Center designed to keep Chinese opera traditions

WEST Kowloon Cultural District (WKCD) is Hong Kong’s cultural quarter, featuring a blend of arts, education, and public space. Its first finished institution - The Xiqu

Kim Jong Nam Murder | Indonesian in North Korea trial wins appeal for statements

An Indonesian woman jointly accused of killing the estranged half brother of North Korea’s leader won an appeal yesterday to obtain witness statements given to police as

Briefs | No damage to Ruins of St. Paul’s after drone crash

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) said that no damage was found after a drone crashed into the Ruins of St. Paul’s on Thursday night. According to a statement, after

AL Plenary | Criminalization of public disrespect of national symbols passed

A law which proposes a maximum of three years imprisonment for behavior which publicly insults national symbols has been passed at the Legislative Assembly (AL).

Lawmakers call for regulation on domestic noise

During yesterday’s Legislative Assembly (AL) plenary meeting, many lawmakers called on the government to generate better measures for handling noise issues in the city. The director

Worries that private school boards will deprive schools’ autonomy

A law proposing the establishment of school boards in private schools at the non-tertiary level triggered lawmakers’ suspicions during yesterday’s Legislative Assembly (AL) session. However, the law was passed.

Real Estate Matters | Can we predict what will happen to Macau’s property market in 2019?

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

A USD5,000 electric pickup truck from China wants to enter US

Chinese automakers have tried to crack the U.S. market for over a decade. A petite USD5,000 pickup truck is up next. Kaiyun Motors is poised to start mass exports

Malaysia probes how Jho Low may have gained from pre-1MDB Deal

Malaysian investigators have uncovered details of how fugitive financier Jho Low could have made financial gains from the entity that predated scandal- plagued state fund 1MDB,

China says Australia writer held on national security charge

China yesterday said it has detained a Chinese-Australian writer on charges of involvement in “criminal activities endangering China’s national security.” Foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying offered

Alleged cocaine smuggler appears in Australian court

An Australian businessman who was allegedly part of a criminal syndicate that smuggled 1.28 metric tons of cocaine inside a shipment of prefabricated steel from China faced

Huawei phone chief counters ‘political forces’ with record sales

Huawei Technologies Co.’s consumer chief dismissed U.S. “political forces” and attempts to crimp the company’s growth, saying sales of smartphones and other devices surged by about 50

Indonesia | Governor convicted of blasphemy freed from prison

A polarizing Christian politician whose campaign comments ignited the largest protests in years in Muslim-majority Indonesia was freed yesterday after serving nearly two years in prison for blasphemy.

North Korea | Kim orders preparations for second Trump meeting

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has ordered preparations for a second summit with President Donald Trump, saying he’ll “wait with patience and in good faith” to

Singapore | Actor Aloysius Pang dies from military injuries

Singaporean actor Aloysius Pang died yesterday from injuries he sustained during a military training exercise in New Zealand. He was 28. Pang was injured in

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