Edmund Ho confident Macau is wise enough to elect next Chief Executive

Former Chief Executive Edmund Ho has implored Macau to refrain from behavior that is not conducive to solidarity and stability. Ho made this suggestion yesterday, at

Crime | 151 detained in prostitution crack down

The Judiciary Police (PJ) deployed 200 investigators to crack down on a prostitution group. In total, 151 people were detained by police officers for further investigation, according to the

Briefs | Lawmaker wants more publicity on diametric parking

Lawmaker Leong Sun Iok has urged a government authority to enhance the promotional campaign on diametric parking. In his written inquiry to the government, Leong pointed out that

Motorcyclist that ran over octogenarian charged with manslaughter

A motorcyclist is being charged with manslaughter resulting from a traffic accident Sunday morning at Avenida de Sidonio Pais, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) spokesperson, Kam Ka Kit, informed

Anti-graft body clears Sonia Chan, predecessor after two-year investigation

After a two-year investigation, the Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) has found that Macau’s incumbent Secretary for Administration and Justice and her predecessor did not violate the law

Tourism | Macau dethroned as city with highest number of 5-star hotels

London replaced Macau as the city with highest number of top-rated hotels as new luxury resorts emerged in the European capital, according to the Forbes Travel Guide

Hong Kong | Subway collision marks latest mishap for city’s metro

Two Hong Kong subway trains collided during a test run of a new signaling system, the second mishap in months for local rail operator MTR Corp.

China to flesh out foreign investment law

China will introduce a series of regulations and documents in accordance with the foreign investment law to protect the legitimate rights and interests of foreign investors, Premier

Macau Airport opens service center in Zhongshan

The Macau International Airport Zhongshan Service Center was officially opened to the public last week at the Zhongshan City Terminal, providing a direct bus service to Hengqin and

Cathay will mine personal data to tailor business-class service

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. is mining the data of its business- class customers so they’ll keep spending with the airline. The company has invested “a lot” in its data

Another HK stock slumps after activist calls it a bubble

Hong Kong’s most famous stock picker is on the attack again, criticizing the accounts of one of the city’s top performers this year. Kingdee International Software

Corporate bits | Melco participates in green week

Melco Resorts & Entertainment participated in Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM)’s 38th Macao Green Week, presenting a butterfly garden-themed creative display featuring over 11 types of

After Danske, new dirty money risk seen in payment services

As one avenue for money launderers is shut, another one may be opening. In Denmark, home to Danske Bank A/S, the authorities are now taking a

Beijing says 13,000 Xinjiang ‘terrorists’ arrested since 2014

China has arrested nearly 13,000 people it describes as terrorists and has broken up hundreds of “terrorist gangs” in Xinjiang since 2014, the government said in a

Prada loses USD864m in value as China slump hits profit

Prada SpA shares fell to the lowest close since 2016 as slower Chinese spending contributed to an unexpected drop in the Italian fashion house’s annual profit.

Chinese TechCrunch rival 36Kr is said to plan overseas IPO

36Kr, a Chinese website that tracks startup fundraisings in the country, is planning an overseas initial public offering, people with knowledge of the matter said. The

Xi to make 3-nation Europe visit starting Thursday

Chinese President Xi Jinping will visit Italy, France and Monaco from Thursday to March 26, the foreign ministry said yesterday. Italy’s coalition government has sent mixed

New Zealand | Citizens open to gun reform after massacre

The New Zealand leader’s promise of tightened gun laws in the wake of the Christchurch mosque shootings has been widely welcomed by a stunned population.

Space | Japan to make crater on asteroid to get underground samples

Japan’s space agency said yesterday that its Hayabusa2 spacecraft will follow up last month’s touchdown on a distant asteroid with another risky mission — dropping an explosive

Flash floods, earthquake in Indonesia kill over 80

The number of people killed after torrential downpours triggered flash floods and mudslides that tore through mountainside villages in Indonesia’s easternmost province has climbed to 79, with dozens

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