Briefs | Six tropical cyclones to affect Macau in 2019

This year there will be between four and six tropical cyclones affecting the Macau territory, according to the Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG). These tropical cyclones will be within

Crime | Mother assaulted by son over household chores

A 53-year-old mother was assaulted by her own son after an argument over household chores, the Judiciary Police (PJ) spokesperson reported yesterday during the joint press conference of the

Special report | Obstructive truck trailers to be removed, sold by the gov’t

Residents have been complaining for some time about the frequent, obstructive and disrespectful parking of truck trailers in many streets in the surroundings of Concordia Industrial

Almost 75,000 vehicles with unpaid Road Tax

A total of 74,721 vehicles, accounting for approximately 31 percent of the total Macau fleet, have not yet settled their Road Tax payment for 2019, the Transport Bureau (DSAT)

New measure for Filipino migrant workers sparks backlash

A new requirement from the Philippine government being asked of overseas Filipino workers has sparked frustration amongst the community, who are complaining that it has taken effect too

Aviation | Macau Airport Company participates in Asia forum

Representatives from the Macau International Airport Company limited (CAM) recently attended the 17th 2019 Routes Asia Forum in Cebu. Eric Fong, director, and Franco Kwan, deputy

Legislative Assembly | Fate of trade union bill number 10 lies with Chui

The most divisive law proposal of the post-handover period is making its way back to the Legislative Assembly where it will once again mean trouble for the

MGTO studies tourist taxes as seen in Venice, Japan

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) is studying tourist taxes in Venice and Japan as research references for a similar scheme to be implemented in Macau.

Kaohsiung signs food contracts with local buyers

The visiting delegation from  the southern Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung has signed contracts for USD23.3 million worth of agricultural and fishery products with buyers from the

China said to be developing maglev for Greater Bay

The Shenzhen Urban Transport Planning Center is allegedly developing a maglev train that can reach speeds of up to 600 kilometers per hour, according to reports by Hong Kong

Shenzhen | Tech hub uses helicopters for road accident rescue

Traffic police in the city of Shenzhen, southern China’s Guangdong Province, said that they have established a helicopter rescue team for major traffic accidents. The team

Guangzhou | 3D-printed electrical room starts operation

A power distribution room built with 3D printing technology has started operation in Guangzhou, capital of southern China’s Guangdong Province. The electrical room, the first of its kind

China has a lot of financial opening up to do, says central bank

The openness of China’s financial markets to the rest of the world isn’t high, so there’s a lot of room for increased access, according to People’s Bank

Fake Chinese range rovers barred in rare mainland court victory

A Chinese court ordered a local carmaker to stop selling a copycat version of the Range Rover Evoque in China, a rare legal victory for foreign companies locked

Corporate Bits | Melco Green week raises environmental awareness

Melco Resorts & Entertainment has hosted a series of green-related events to raise environmental awareness in the community, targeting both employees and members of the wider local community.

Diplomacy | Xi visits Monaco amid European 5G tech worries

Chinese President Xi Jinping has found one country in Europe that isn’t worried about China’s growing global clout or its ambitions to dominate the future of technology:

New Zealand’s Ardern to visit Beijing as tensions ease

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will visit China for one day next week for talks with President Xi Jinping, adding to signs that any tensions

Brash China-friendly Taiwan mayor stirs talk of president run

For officials in Beijing looking for a Taiwanese presidential candidate who improves the island’s fraught ties with the mainland, Han Kuo-yu is saying all the right things.

Beijing protests after U.S. Navy Sails through Taiwan strait again

China protested the latest transit through the Taiwan Strait by American warships, warning the U.S. not to undermine relations between the two countries. “China has been

Philippines | Ex-official: Duterte photographed with drug-linked Chinese

A former senior Philippine police official said President Rodrigo Duterte, who has faced widespread criticism over his deadly drug crackdown, has been photographed with two Chinese men involved

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