Courts | Sulu queries gov’t plans to safeguard judicial integrity

Lawmaker Sulu Sou has presented a written enquiry to the Macau government calling for greater transparency in the judicial system now that the Legislative Assembly has

Ask the Vet | Guide to Canine Seizure Disorders

The most common canine seizure disorder is epilepsy, but there are also other conditions that can cause seizures. As a dog owner it is important to identify

Crime | Suspect of Cotai homicide arrested on the mainland

A man has been detained on the mainland by local police authorities in relation to the homicide that occurred last week in a Cotai hotel, the Judiciary Police (PJ)

Tourism | Analysis: Many more visitors spending much less

Macau retailers saw little to no improvement to their business in the last quarter even as tourism authorities boasted a record number of visitors.

Briefs | Electronic vote counting for CE election

The vote-counting process for the election of the fifth Chief Executive of Macau will be conducted electronically, similarly to the previous election, the Electoral Affairs Commission for the Chief

Briefs | Electronic vote counting for CE election

The vote-counting process for the election of the fifth Chief Executive of Macau will be conducted electronically, similarly to the previous election, the Electoral Affairs Commission for the Chief

Adventure | Kitesurfer to attempt delta crossing for ocean cleanup fundraiser

Hillian Siu is to attempt something never before done: a solo crossing of the Pearl River Delta starting at Hong Kong’s Cheung Chau Beach and arriving at

ROMA | Domestic workers see their reality reflected in Oscar-nominated film

Some domestic workers in the SAR are keen on the Oscar-nominated film, Roma, noting that it is rare for the community to have their experience be given

54 restricted knives seized from border crossers

A mainland resident and a Macau resident have been caught carrying a total of 54 knives across the border from Zhuhai. Last week, the Gongbei customs authority spotted the

Great minds think alike | Macau’s IFFAM shares Academy Awards pick

The third edition of the International Film Festival and Awards (IFFAM) opened with “Green Book,” a film nominated for the Oscar’s Best Picture, Best original Screenplay and

Education | Harrow School Zhuhai confident in attracting Macau students

Harrow International (China) has presented its new bilingual schools in China-Innovation Leadership Academies (ILA) with an admission plan for students from mainland China as well as

Huawei set to unveil 5G phone with folding screen

China’s Huawei is set to take the wraps off a new folding-screen phone, joining the latest trend for bendable devices as it challenges the global

Singapore dollar bulls eyeing MAS hawkish path

The Singapore dollar’s three-month winning streak is facing its stiffest test yet as global growth headwinds dim the outlook for further central bank tightening. An above-consensus inflation

Beijing bars millions from travel for ‘social credit’ offenses

Skipped paying a fine in China? Then forget about buying an airline ticket. Would-be air travelers were blocked from buying tickets 17.5 million times last year for “social credit”

21 killed in bus accident at largest silver mine

A total of 21 people have been killed and 29 injured in a bus accident blamed on faulty brakes at China’s largest silver mine in the country’s north, the

Doc’s appointment black market | Gov’t to use facial recognition to thwart scalpers

Chinese hospitals are using facial recognition to identify people who sell doctors’ appointments at an illegal markup, the latest application of an emerging technology that is

In Chinese border city, locals hope North Korea opens up

When a green-and- yellow train carrying North Korean leader Kim Jong Un rolled slowly over a bridge into the Chinese city of Dandong late Saturday, few locals

Kim-Trump | Hanoi summit nightmare scenario: Bad deals and little change

The nightmare scenario heading into the second summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un isn’t so much “fire and fury” and

North Korea leader Kim Jong Un boards train to summit

North Korea leader Kim Jong Un was on a train Sunday to Vietnam for his second summit with President Donald Trump, state media confirmed. Kim was

Kim, Trump impersonators draw ire of Vietnam’s authorities

Vietnamese authorities are not amused by the antics of two impersonators of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump. The duo has

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