Aviation | AirAsia would use Macau base as foothold further into China

Asia’s largest low-cost air carrier is considering establishing an operations base in Macau, aiming to expand their services into mainland China. The move was signaled by

Health | SSM stocks up on vaccines amid measles outbreak

Two new imported cases of measles were detected yesterday, raising the total number of cases to 25, the Health Bureau (SSM) announced in a statement. The

Gaming | March slowdown projecting poor first quarter

A slowdown in VIP casino activity over the second half of March is expected to dampen full-month gaming revenues when the results are released on Monday.

Over 550 people barred from casinos

Some 550 people have been barred from entering casino facilities in Macau since 2017 due to breaching security rules or causing disturbances on gaming floors, the director

Gov’t said working toward an ecological city

The Macau government is making contributions to the surrounding area’s sustainable development through measures such as strengthening ecological education and the implementation of the polluter-pays principle.

MIECF | Plastic bag levy a reminder to BYOB

The proposed plastic bag levy that has recently been submitted to the Legislative Assembly (AL) will serve to remind local residents to “bring your own bag (BYOB),”

Corruption | Lionel Leong says he expects better for CPTTM recruitment

Macau’s Secretary for Economy and Finance Lionel Leong has said that as of late last year he had already required the Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer

Hong Kong permits virtual banks in test to traditional lenders

Hong Kong’s traditional banks are set to face one of their biggest challenges yet: a new breed of financial technology firms estimated to snare as much

State censorship | CPPCC members call for internet freedoms to extend into Guangdong

Johnny Ng Kit-chong, member of the Hong Kong Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), has expressed his confidence in the proliferation of freedom of internet access

HK rejects British ‘interference’ report

The government of Hong Kong said that “foreign governments should not interfere in any form in the internal affairs of the HKSAR” in response to a recent

Mayor’s Visiting Program carries high significance, says Zhuhai mayor

The Mayor’s Visiting Program for China’s Neighboring Countries carries growing significance in the context of the Greater Bay Area (GBA), according to Zhuhai’s mayor Yao Yisheng.

Real Estate Matters | (Opinion) The Greater Bay Area Plan and Macau

On February 18, Chinese policymakers finally released the blueprint for the development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong- Macau Greater Bay Area (GBA). The 11-chapter document described a

Cannabis craze comes to China stocks, drawing regulator’s ire

Chinese companies linked to cannabis growing tumbled yesterday, as regulators put the squeeze on one of the year’s hottest trades. Shanghai Shunho New Materials Technology Co.

Britain slams Huawei for failing to address security risks

Chinese telecommunication equipment giant Huawei Technologies Co. is putting U.K. national security at risk by failing to improve its devices and software, according to a report

Ether or either

  * Movies: The Beach Bum * Books: Run Away by Harlan Coben * Music: When I Wake Up by Maverick Sabre * Wine: The Vinous Future – in

A symphony of debauchery in ‘The Beach Bum’

Matthew McConaughey is at his dirt bag finest as a good-time Charlie stoner-poet named Moondog in Harmony Korine’s “The Beach Bum,” a bizarre and transfixing carnival of

Harlan Coben’s ‘Run Away’ has an array of emotions

Simon works on Wall Street, and his wife, Ingrid, is a successful doctor. They had a wonderful family life until their oldest daughter, Paige, leaves to attend college. At

Maverick Sabre’s new album is unapologetically cool

English-Irish musician Maverick Sabre doesn’t hold back on his new album “When I Wake Up.” Sabre writes with purpose and resolve on his third studio release, not

News of the World | The surprising (and Long) story of the first use of ether in surgery

In the small town of Jefferson, Georgia, about 20 miles from the University of Georgia in Athens, a 26-year-old physician named Crawford Williamson Long removed a tumor

The Vinous Future – in the Laboratory

There are numerous institutions that provide higher education on viticulture and winemaking, but very few are first-class wine producers per se. Prior to the destruction wreaked by the

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