Adventure | Kitesurfer completes Pearl River Delta crossing after stalled attempt

After a postponement caused by bureaucratic problems regarding the clearance of a support boat, kitesurfer Hillian Siu has finally completed her much-anticipated kitesurfing trip, crossing the Pearl

Ask the Vet | The right diet for Hedgehogs?

More and more people in Macau are getting Hedgehogs as pets because they small and easy to keep, but I strongly suggest before buying a hedgehog you

Motorsport | Macau GP loses season finale to Malaysia

One of races that has historically attracted a lot of attention during the Macau Grand Prix is the “Guia Race” for touring cars which, as

MDT exclusive | F3 Macau Grand Prix to accept new International Series car

The official confirmation has not yet been disclosed by the governing body of the championship, the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), but according to sources

Briefs | Lawmaker proposes ban on street smoking

Lawmaker Ella Lei has urged the local government to ban smoking in the city’s main streets. In her written inquiry to the government, Lei asked the government whether it

Economy | Lionel Leong confident on 2019 growth

“There are a lot of things we have to do, but I’m confident in the long-term of Macau’s economy,” said Leong. The Secretary remarked that, thanks

Gaming | Las Vegas Sands said in ‘good hands’ as Adelson battles cancer

Casino magnate and major GOP donor Sheldon Adelson is battling cancer, but industry analysts and his Las Vegas Sands Corp. on Friday said the gambling empire

Human trafficking threat may grow

The Director of the city’s Policy Research and Regional Development Bureau, Mi Jian, has indicated that Macau will have no future if it does not face the reality that

Editorial | The great ‘bray’ area

The vagueness of the 11-chapter document suggests that officials will struggle to realize the initiative’s goals,” said recently Yue Su, China economist of the Economist Intelligence

Letter to the Editor | A new solution to land supply shortage?

Dear Editor, On February 18, 2019, Beijing laid out its plan for the Greater Bay Area, which named Hong Kong as one of the key cities or

Keen to attract youth, Beijing rolls out SAR-friendly subsidies

Beijing rolled out a series of measures that will be implemented this year, including lower taxes and subsidies for those working in Guangdong’s nine cities in a

Hong Kong | Student expelled over ‘democracy wall’ protest

A university in Hong Kong expelled a master’s degree student and suspended another after a clash over an on-campus news bulletin. Hong Kong Polytechnic University expelled Gerald

CESL Asia doubles down on GBA-Lusophone investments

Local energy and environment firm CESL Asia has signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the Bank of China Macau Branch to intermediate investments between China and

Analysis | HK home prices are ready to roar back

Hong Kong property is coming back. After declining about 10 percent since August, home prices have started rising again. The world’s least affordable housing market may

Beijing considers legal changes on technology to placate US

In an unusual step, China’s ceremonial legislature is due to endorse a law meant to help end a bruising tariff war with Washington by discouraging officials from

Goldman, JPMorgan still see upside in China assets after rally

Chinese stocks have had a great start to 2019, and it may not stop there. The benchmark CSI 300 Index has risen 25 percent

Fraud charges | Canada allows extradition case against Huawei CFO to proceed

CANADA said it will allow a U.S. extradition request for an executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei to face charges over possible dealings with Iran to proceed.

Agriculture | No deals being done in US soybean sales

A week after U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said China pledged to buy more American soybeans, no sales have been done. While Chinese buyers returned to the market

US, South Korea end spring military drills to back diplomacy

South Korea and the U.S. are eliminating their massive springtime military drills and replacing them with smaller exercises in what they call an effort to support

5 years on Malaysia open to proposals to resume MH370 hunt

Malaysia’s transport minister said yesterday that the government is open to new proposals from U.S. technology firm Ocean Infinity or any other companies to resume the

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