Briefs | Angela Leong donates $3m to MIT

Hong Kong’s Next Magazine has reported that lawmaker Angela Leong donated USD3 million in total to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the name of her charity

Trade union federation currently assisting AL protestor

Lawmaker Ella Lei has confirmed to the Times that she and the Macau Federation of Trade Unions (FAOM) are currently working on the case of a woman who

Food & Beverage | First temporary restaurant license issued

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) has issued its first temporary restaurant operation license after the new catering and restaurant license issuing administration regulation came into effect

Education | IFT launching new postgraduate programs

The Institute for Tourism Studies (IFT) is planning to launch four Postgraduate Diploma for the new academic year after approval is obtained from relevant authorities.

Arts Coalition to bring summer-long cultural festival to Macau

Art Macao, a five- month international arts and culture event, will be held this summer, bringing to the city an array of exhibitions and performances organized

Mobile phone feature film to premiere at Cinematheque Passion

A feature film shot fully on mobile phone is to be premiered at Cinematheque Passion on May 24. The film is in 4K resolution and was shot

Two street protests expected for May 1

As of yesterday evening, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) had received just three requests for street demonstrations to be held tomorrow on International Workers’ Day, but one

Crime | Local woman suspect in scam involving 9 million patacas

A local 33-year-old woman has been arrested by the Judiciary Police (PJ) suspected of having scammed at least 13 people out of MOP8.95 million, the PJ spokesperson

Hong Kong defends extradition law after largest protest in years

Hong Kong’s government said it would press ahead with legislation to end a ban on extraditions to mainland China, despite opponents staging one of the

Analysis | Bargain GBA islands unlikely to meet investor expectations

In April, the Department of Natural Resources of Guangdong Province issued the trial measures for the sale of non-resident island use rights, according to which the Guangdong government

Pirates of the Greater Bay

Cheung Po Tsai – literally Cheung Po the Kid, like many an outlaw before and after him – packed a lot into his short life: 15 years

Ferris Wheel in Singapore club marks Tao’s ‘most dramatic’ foray

Tao Group, the U.S.-based nightlife and restaurant company, this month opened Singapore’s biggest night club - with an indoor ferris wheel and three-story slide - as

Tesla plant key to Musk’s future ambitions takes shape in China

Three months after groundbreaking, Tesla Inc. is rushing to complete its multibillion-dollar factory on the outskirts of Shanghai to capitalize on growing demand in the world’s largest

Trade war is Taiwan’s opportunity to bring cash home

Long Chen Paper Co. has made and sold cardboard packaging in China for more than two decades, and had never made a loss there until presidents Donald

Wanda to spend $297 million on Chinese soccer after Europe exit

More than a year after selling its stake in Club Atletico de Madrid, Chinese conglomerate Dalian Wanda Group Co. is planning to spend millions to promote soccer in

US warships sail by Taiwan as Gou calls for high-tech defense

American naval vessels transited through the Taiwan Strait for the seventh time since July, highlighting the U.S.’s strategic rivalry with China as Taiwanese presidential hopeful and

US warns against including Huawei in any part of 5G network

The U.S. is warning countries not to include equipment from Huawei Technologies Co. or other Chinese suppliers in any parts of their telecommunications network because there’s no

Sri Lanka | Church urges more vigorous crackdown on Islamic militants

The Catholic Church in Sri Lanka urged the government yesterday to crack down on Islamic extremists with more vigor “as if on war footing” in the aftermath

Indonesia | Abandon Jakarta: government again mulls plan for new capital

Indonesia’s decades- long discussion about building a new capital has inched forward after President Joko Widodo yesterday approved a long-term plan for the government to abandon overcrowded,

Pakistan | Authorities to bring religious schools under government control

Pakistan’s military spokesman says authorities plan to bring over 30,000 religious schools under government control as part of their campaign against extremism. Maj. Gen. Asif Ghafoor

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