Policy Address | Chief Executive: all will be ready in time for 2022 concessions

At the Legislative Assembly (AL) to respond to lawmakers’ questions on the policy address and other social topics, Chief Executive (CE) Chui Sai On said

Seeking justice at the AL

An anonymous woman was the focus of all attention during yesterday’s recess at the Legislative Assembly (AL) session attended by the Chief Executive. Emerging from

Ho Iat Seng first declared in the race for top post

Long expected by the public, Ho made the formal announcement yesterday after the government’s policy address at the Legislative Assembly. The veteran legislator said

Pearl Horizon buyers insist they don’t want to carry on demonstrations

Yesterday, a group of five buyers of the former Pearl Horizon project delivered a petition to the Liaison Office in Macau asking its director to help them

Gaming | Sands report suggests settlement amount in Macau case: $96m

Financial documents suggested that Las Vegas Sands Corp. paid USD96 million to settle a 15-year breach-of-contract dispute with a Hong Kong businessman who helped the U.S.

Las Vegas | Blackstone is said to seek buyer for Cosmopolitan

Blackstone Group is exploring strategic options for the Cosmopolitan hotel and casino in Las Vegas, including a possible sale of the strip property, according to a

Briefs | Fire breaks out at Tv. de São Domingos

A fire broke out at a storage unit at Travessa de São Domingos yesterday morning. Firefighters spent nearly one hour extinguishing the fire. Residents from 10 households took

DSEC: warmest May last year since 1952

Recording the highest temperature of the year at 35.8 degrees Celsius, last May was the warmest May for nearly 70 years. According to data collected

GPDP reminds that camera installation in taxis is illegal

The Macau Office for Personal Data Protection (GPDP) is reminding taxi drivers in the city not to install cameras inside their vehicles as that is illegal.

Hong Kong’s ancient history unraveled in upcoming spring festivals

Steeped in culture and tradition, Hong Kong is honoring its Chinese past with a series of ancient festivals coming up this spring. Over a three-week

Hong Kong | Cathay earmarks A321neo aircraft for China route expansion

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. intends to deploy Airbus SE A321neo planes scheduled for delivery starting 2020 on Chinese routes, part of a plan that will help

Guangdong Booming electric vehicle industry leads green development

Southern China’s Guangdong Province saw a boom in electric vehicle charging services in the first quarter, according to local electricity authorities. The Guangdong branch of China

Zhuhai | Police bust frozen food smuggling gang

Police in the city of Zhuhai in south China’s Guangdong Province said earlier this week that they had busted a frozen food smuggling case valued at 4

Real Estate Matters | A checklist for moving in Macau

MOVING! The very thought of it can send chills down our spine and can cause us to break out into a cold sweat. Experts say that

The only analyst who isn’t drinking to Moutai’s rise says sell

It takes a strong stomach to be bearish on Chinese distiller Kweichow Moutai Co. Its 60 percent rally this year has made it one of

China-US tensions may linger after trade war, Singapore says

Tensions between the U.S. and China may linger even as both countries show signs that they’re edging closer to an end to their trade war, according

WTO to issue ruling in Chinese farm quota dispute

The World Trade Organization is poised to issue another key ruling in the U.S. trade fight over China’s agricultural trade practices. The WTO said it

Corporate bits | wynn hosts seminar on the ‘art of curation’

In support of the upcoming arts and culture event ‘Art Macao’, Wynn hosted a seminar on the “Art of Curation” on April 17, as part of its

Taiwan | 6.1 quake causes light damage in Taipei, east coast

A strong earthquake shook eastern Taiwan yesterday afternoon, causing scattered light damage in the capital and along the eastern coast. The 6.1 magnitude quake was centered

Macau’s tourism crisis office monitoring situation

Macau’s Tourism Crisis Management Office (GGCT) says it is monitoring the situation caused by the earthquake in Hualien, Taiwan, and is in regular contact with the

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