Intellectual property | Recent cases underplay plagiarism offence

Over the past five months, Macau has recorded two high-profile cases of alleged plagiarism involving a government bureau, meanwhile a plagiarism scandal involving the logo of a

Measles | Health Bureau finds Philippine migrant immunity the same as locals’

The Health Bureau (SSM) has concluded its sampling of domestic helpers from the Philippines working in Macau, finding that the rate of immunity to the measles disease is about

Crime | Arson suspected in Lisboa Palace fire

Arson is the chief suspicion of police authorities in the latest outbreak of fire at the construction site for the near-completed Grand Lisboa Palace resort in Cotai.

Briefs | Chui to appeal Fong Soi Kun ruling

Chief Executive Chui Sai On announced yesterday in a statement from the Office of the Government Spokesperson that he will appeal the decision of the Court of Second Instance

Crime | High-value scams on the rise, prostitution ring dismantled

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has reported various scams over the weekend, with two involving large sums of money, the suspects of which are residents of Hong

Civil protection bill to be ready for AL by end of April

The government plans to submit a civil protection bill to the Legislative Assembly (AL) by the end of April or early May, according to Secretary for Security

Taiwan residents protest ‘one country, two systems’

Thousands of people in Kaohsiung, Taiwan, have protested the ‘one country, two systems’ principle on Freedom of Speech Day, held this week. Freedom of Speech Day

Shanghai wills further cooperation with Macau

Chief Executive Chui Sai On met with Shanghai Municipal Congress delegates at the government headquarters to discuss the scope of existing cooperation, as well as matters concerning

New bureau, new logo | Macau’s Greater Bay office has emblem approved

The SAR Government’s youngest bureau, the Policy Study and Regional Development Bureau (DSEPDR), had their logo approved by the Chief Executive yesterday, announced the government.

HK-bound jet makes emergency landing in Kaohsiung

A Cathay Dragon plane carrying 317 passengers bound for Hong Kong had to make an emergency landing in Kaohsiung City in southern Taiwan yesterday morning after one of

Guangzhou | Baby white rhinoceros makes debut

A baby white rhinoceros met with the public in Guangzhou, capital of southern China’s Guangdong Province. The baby white rhinoceros, named Da Zhuang, is the son of Little Prince,

When it comes to returns, Hong Kong’s IPO market is living it up

It’s a good time to be an IPO investor in Hong Kong. Buoyed by growing risk appetite, the city’s initial public offerings are delivering the best

São Tomé and Príncipe to welcome 300 entrepreneurs at July meeting

About 300 entrepreneurs are expected to head to São Tomé and Príncipe to attend the 14th business meeting for economic cooperation between China and the Portuguese-speaking countries

Wealthy Chinese still beating path to UK even with Brexit woes

Political gridlock and years of Brexit drama haven’t dampened demand from wealthy Chinese for U.K. investor visas. Chinese applications for Tier 1 investor visas rose

Tewoo said to sell copper at below-market rates

One of China’s top commodity traders, Tewoo Group, is selling copper at below market rates as it grapples with a liquidity crunch, according to people with knowledge of the

Corporate Bits | MGM donates mop300,000 to charity project

MGM donated MOP300,000 to the Macau Holy House of Mercy’s Welfare Shop project, financing the distribution of food hampers to over 360 local disadvantaged households. Michelle

UniCredit’s employee allegedly embezzled USD15 million

A UniCredit SpA employee in China allegedly siphoned off about 100 million yuan of clients’ money over three years by taking advantage of shared passwords and other internal

Australian security adviser told writer not to fly to China

A security adviser to an Australian prime minister said he warned a Chinese-Australian writer not to travel to China before the blogger and critic of China’s Communist Party

Gov’t, North Korea open new border crossing despite sanctions

China and North Korea opened a new border crossing over the Yalu River, signaling aspirations for deeper economic ties between the neighbors even as Pyongyang’s trade

Real Estate | Cooling property market boosted as ‛hukou’ hurdles eased

China’s latest step to encourage 100 million rural citizens to move to cities may provide a timely boost to a slowing property market. Cities with an

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