Tourism | HKZMB ‘novelty factor’ to last some six months

The attractiveness of the Hong Kong- Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (HKZMB) as a “novelty” should last about six months, the director of the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO),

Macau inc. | Crowne Plaza gives details on second phase of development

Dominique Berhouet, general manager of Crowne Plaza Macau, discusses the plans for the development of the hotel’s Phase II in the February issue of Macau Inc.,

Ask The Vet | A guide to cat dental care in macau

Cat dental care can help prevent gum disease and infections, periodontitis and gingivitis. It can help prevent the complications of diseases like feline leukemia virus and

Gaming | Slowdown spurs first Macau revenue drop since 2016

Monthly casino revenue in Macau fell for the first time in more than two years as China’s economic slowdown deterred high rollers - but the drop was

Courts | Chiang to repeat trial after appeal upheld

Activist Scott Chiang, who last year was found guilty of the crime of unlawful assembly, will have his trial repeated after the Court of Second Instance

CRIME | Police fires shots in robbery case

A local police officer shot a man in his thigh after he was suspected of being involved in a robbery in Iao Hon area yesterday morning. The 31-year-old

More occasions proposed to raise Chinese flag, sing anthem

The Executive Council has concluded discussions on the administrative regulation bill that proposes more places should mandatorily raise the Chinese national flag. Last Friday, the

New type of tourist budget accommodation proposed

The Executive Council has completed discussions on the draft of the hotel business law, proposing to allow budget accommodation options to meet the demand from different

Heritage | Kun Iam Temple’s responsible person to be charged for disobedience

The person in charge of the Kun Iam Temple in Macau is being prosecuted for disobeying the authorities’ embargo orders and carrying out a series of unauthorized

Poetry to be main topic of literary festival

Poetry will be the central theme of The Script Road – Macau Literary Festival, which will be held from March 15 to 24, and will be

Giant shopping spree to show what’s really up with China economy

China’s consumers have cut back on purchases of everything from Apple Inc.’s iPhones to Swiss watches as the trade war with the U.S. hits the economy. Landing

Honda’s profit drops on incentives, currencies, flat sales

Japanese automaker Honda Motor Co.’s fiscal third-quarter profit fell 71 percent from a year earlier as growing incentives, an unfavorable exchange rate and flat vehicle sales offset

20 charged in US over Chinese birth tourism crackdown

Dongyuan Li’s business was called “You Win USA,” and authorities say she coached pregnant Chinese women on how to get into the United States to deliver babies

Hong Kong court denies male status to three transgender men

Hong Kong’s High Court refused to allow three transgender men to be recognized as males on their official identity cards because they have not undergone full sex-change

Deep learning ‘godfather’ Bengio worries about China’s use of AI

Yoshua Bengio, a Canadian computer scientist who helped pioneer the techniques underpinning much of the current excitement around artificial intelligence, is worried about China’s use of AI

Venezuela’s Guaido seeks talks with PRC

Juan Guaido, named interim president by Venezuela’s National Assembly, is ready to talk to Chinese officials “as soon as possible” to establish a “productive and mutually beneficial

Manila to protest rescue center

The Philippines will protest China’s opening of a maritime rescue center in the South China Sea, Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin said, just days after President

US, South Korean diplomats meet ahead of Trump-Kim summit

Senior U.S. and South Korean officials met yesterday to discuss an expected second summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Trump’s special envoy

India | Prime minister visits Kashmir amid protest strike

India’s prime minster paid a daylong visit to disputed Kashmir yesterday to review development work as separatists fighting Indian rule called for a shutdown in the

Australia | Police disable, arrest man in airport standoff

A man who falsely claimed to have a bomb and menaced a woman with a knife forced the evacuation of Brisbane International Airport for more than two hours

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