Special report | Without legal protections, security guards must accept the unacceptable

The absence of protections for non-resident workers in Macau has led to a number of complaints and outcries from employees – not only from those in household

Chui Sai Peng’s son appointed Youth Council member

Calvin Tinlop Chui, son of Chui Sai Peng, has been appointed as a member of the Youth Council, according to an order signed by Secretary for Social

Mainland arrivals on package tours decrease

Visitors on package tours dropped 4.6 percent year-on-year to 766,000 in January 2019, owing to an 8.4 percent decrease in the number of mainland visitors (591,000),

MOP5.3 million in agarwood seized by customs

Earlier this week, the Gongbei customs authority and the Macao Customs Service cracked down on a cross-border agarwood smuggling operation. The two authorities seized 27.7 kg

Briefs | CityU career shows 1,800 job vacancies

Yesterday, City University of Macau organized an employment development fair, where more than 100 institutions were present offering over 1,800 job vacancies. Seventy percent of the companies are local

Plastic bag tax ready for AL discussion in April

The government expects to deliver a single-use plastic bag levy bill to the Legislative Assembly (AL) next month. The Chief Executive Council will complete

Gaming | Analysts raise 2019 growth   expectations on mass confidence

Analysts are raising forecasts for Macau gross gaming revenue in 2019, citing strong signs of favorable macroeconomic conditions for growth in the mass market segment.

Illegal Drivers | New Macau calls for withdrawal of mutual license recognition

The New Macau Association (ANM) is urging Chief Executive Chui Sai On to make use of his power to withdraw a scheme that grants “mutual recognition” of

Federation of Transportation suggests higher fines

The Macao Federation of Transportation (AGERTM), an association part of the Macao Federation of Trade Unions (FAOM), yesterday visited the Traffic Department of the Public Security

EU, Brexit of interest to China as it seeks to bolster Greater Bay project

Chinese researchers are watching the U.K.’s impending exit from the European Union to see what kind of arrangements are put into place to allow regions with separate

Zhuhai to pay for and build SSM’s Hengqin health center

The Zhuhai government will fund and build a health center for the Macau Health Bureau (SSM) in Hengqin, according to SSM deputy director Cheang Seng Ip.

Macau ignored for high-speed train plan, say CPPCC members

Three Macau members of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference submitted a joint proposal at the 13th CPPCC in Beijing, calling on China to include Macau

Energy | Beijing hopes to sustain solar growth with new plan

China’s plans to loosen its solar subsidy policy will keep growth of the world’s largest market intact, according to the head of JinkoSolar Holding Co., which is

China oil use seen peaking in 2025

The country that’s driven global oil demand since the turn of the century may hit the brakes sooner than expected as travelers shift toward electric cars or

Analysis | OECD spares the world’s most popular scapegoat

Forecast cutting resembles a business model these days. Another day, another venerable firm or institution reduces projections for economic growth. The Organization for Economic

Chinese tourism boom that propped up luxury brands is faltering

For the better part of a decade, wealthy Chinese tourists have been on a feeding frenzy for luxury brands, casinos and cruise lines. Now there are doubts

Huawei sues to challenge US security law

Chinese tech giant Huawei is challenging a U.S. law that labels the company a security risk and would limit its access to the American market for telecom equipment.

Japan stunned by Ghosn’s release, critics hope for change

Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn’s release from detention nearly four months after his arrest has gripped Japan, giving the public a rare glimpse into how

Singapore to lure air, sea traffic with infrastructure push

Singapore is transforming its infrastructure to fend off competition from the seas to the skies. The island-city plans to begin operating its fifth terminal at

North Korea airs documentary glorifying Kim’s summit with Trump

North Korea’s state TV has aired a documentary glorifying leader Kim Jong Un’s recent visit to Vietnam that omitted the failed nuclear negotiations with President

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