MDT EXCLUSIVE | Police to request China review legality of business visas from Taobao

The Macau police authority is referring the matter of Taobao shops selling business visa endorsements (Shangwu) to the relevant governmental department on the mainland for them

Ask the Vet | 10 Reasons your cat should be an indoor cat

An indoor cat has several advantages over cats that spend time outdoors too; indoor cats are not exposed to infections, parasites, traffic accidents or poisonous plants and foods. Indoor

Tourism boon | Beijing lifts major restrictions for mainlanders to visit Macau

China will streamline procedures surrounding the application for exit-entry permits by its citizens, according to information given by the National Immigration Administration (NIA) last week, which

Briefs | Sports Bureau meets with youngsters

The Sports Bureau (ID) has organized an event with the aim of disseminating more information to the youth on the government’s policies regarding sports. Over 250 young athletes

MIECF attracts over 4,700 with 44 agreements signed

The 2019 Macao International Environmental Co-operation Forum (MIECF) finished on Saturday after a three-day event that attracted over 4,700 people, according to the official figures provided by

MIECF | Speaker praises Portugal, Luxembourg experience with green finance

The president of the Sichuan Province Environmental Science Association has said that Luxembourg and Portugal have many institutional advantages to apply in the development of green finance,

Local resident falls to death in Grand Canyon

A local resident visiting an Arizona State attraction in the U.S., the Grand Canyon, has died after falling from a height of 305 meters while attempting to take

Fed up with Portuguese bureaucracy, Madonna plans on moving to Macau

The ‘material girl’ is said to be acquiring “one or two mansions” and other properties in Macau, Spanish media reported yesterday. According to Atardecer

Gaming | Another deadline missed for The 13 Hotel

A March 31 deadline for the opening of a casino at the “world’s most luxurious hotel” has come and gone with still no news and no revised deadline. That

How single women are driving gentrification in HK and elsewhere

Gentrification is reshaping urban areas all around the world, displacing large segments of the population and making cities increasingly unaffordable. In San Francisco, only

Briefs | Global bay areas to grow closer

An international forum for major global bay areas on Friday launched a new cooperation platform to exchange resources and development ideas. The Global Bay Areas Cooperation Council (GBACC)

Hong Kong | Proposed extradition law sparking concerns even after backpedal

Business and human rights groups are expressing concern over proposed changes to Hong Kong’s extradition law that would allow suspects to be sent to mainland China where

Technology | Huawei defies global storm with 25 percent jump in full-year earnings

Huawei Technologies Co. posted a 25 percent jump in annual profit even as the Chinese telecommunications giant faces a U.S.-led push to keep it out of next

Mystery owner auctions USD26m of wines

A wine collection of almost 17,000 bottles from a single cellar - including grand cru Burgundies and first-growth Bordeaux - is expected to bring as much as USD26 million at

Corporate bits | GEG holds interactive protocol workshop for employees

Following last month’s announcement of the Outline Development Plan for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area, Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) held an “International Protocol and Affairs Workshop”

Create a Better Tomorrow

At MGM, we understand that is important to support equal opportunities and diversity in our workforce, knowing that a diverse team is a stronger team. To date, we have hired

Terrorism | HRW urges New Zealand’s Ardern to discuss Muslims in China

A rights group has urged New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to raise concerns about reported Chinese government abuses of Muslims during her upcoming visit to Beijing that was

Guangzhou offers cash for information in religion crackdown

A southern Chinese city is offering cash rewards for information about “illegal religious groups” as the ruling Communist Party continues to tighten its grip over faith communities.

Survey | Manufacturing activity ticks up in March

A gauge of Chinese manufacturing improved in March in a possible sign government efforts to reverse an economic slowdown amid a tariff war with Washington might be gaining

At least seven killed in latest industrial accident

At least seven people were killed and five injured yesterday when a container containing scrap metal exploded in the latest in a series of industrial accidents in

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