‘GBA will strengthen Sino-Portuguese cooperation,’ Chui says

In an written interview with the Portuguese news agency Lusa, the Macau Chief Executive (CE) Chui Sai On said he believes that the new project aiming to

Briefs | Macau NPC representatives try autonomous vehicles in Shanghai

A delegation of representatives from the National People’s Congress’ Macau is currently visiting Shanghai. Their first stop was the SAIC Motor Corporation Limited Technical Center for Passenger Vehicles, where

CE approves Anima funding of MOP5 million

The government funding for animal rights group Anima Macau has been increased from MOP3.8 million to MOP5 million, Anima president Albano Martins announced. Provided by

Sou, Chiang, Cardinal, Taipa tagged | EU report describes Macau’s political opposition as weak

A report from the European Commission has called on Macau authorities to allow greater public involvement in the election of the SAR’s Chief Executive and the Legislative

Cultural Industry Fund presents renovated teahouse

The Cultural Industry Fund (FIC) hosted a tea gathering for the media yesterday at an antique Chinese teahouse near Rua de Cinco de Outubro. The location

MGTO to start consultation on tourist levy

Deputy Director of the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) Ricky Hoi told the media that his office is about to launch a public consultation on the levy of

Analysis | For Macau, Hong Kong dissenters, asylum in Taiwan still elusive

Imagine this: You have been locked and mentally tormented in a carefully guarded room for months and you worry your partner or friends may be suffering the

Hong Kong | Extradition law may hurt overseas investment, says ICC

Hong Kong’s pro-democracy forces pledged to step up their effort to block the government’s plan to allow extraditions to mainland China. The opposition coalition, known as

China’s top high-tech show to highlight GBA innovation

Over 3,000 exhibitors from more than 100 countries and regions will participate in China’s top technology show in November, which this highlights the science and technology

Education | HKUST to launch the city’s first marine science program

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology will offer the city›s first undergraduate course in marine science in September this year. Up to 40

Real Estate Matters | Top 20 Questions On Renting A Property In Macau – Part 1

Sam Lee is a marketing manager and property consultant at JML Property.  JML was established in 1994 and offers Investment Property & Homes. It specializes in managing

Trade War | Chinese companies brace for tariff hike as trade talks begin

Chinese exporters of all sorts of products, from power adapters and computers to vacuum cleaners, are anxiously hoping trade talks in Washington this week will

Corporate Bits | Wynn to present art exhibition in June

In support of the international arts and cultural event “Art Macao,” Wynn will be launching a four-month long art exhibition under the theme “Wynn – Garden of Earthly

Trade dispute with US a political challenge for China’s Xi

The tariff war between Washington and Beijing poses one of the biggest challenges yet for Chinese President Xi Jinping, potentially exposing his political vulnerabilities at

US trade deficit edges up to $50 billion in March

The U.S. trade deficit increased slightly in March even though the deficit with China fell to the lowest point in five years. The deficit in goods

Taiwan | Taipei breaks ground on submarine shipyard to counter Beijing

Taiwan broke ground yesterday on a shipyard to produce submarines to counter China’s growing military threat. The self-governing island’s President Tsai Ing-wen presided over a

Chinese court holds appeal hearing for Canadian sentenced to death

A Chinese court held an appeal hearing Thursday for a Canadian who was sentenced to death for drug smuggling in a case that has deepened a diplomatic

N. Korea fires two suspected missiles in possible new warning

North Korea fired two suspected short-range missiles toward the sea yesterday, South Korean officials said, its second weapons launch in five days and a possible warning

France | Unions hold strikes, protests against Macron policies

French unions are holding strikes and protests against 120,000 job cuts and other deep changes to France’s huge public sector by President Emmanuel Macron’s government.

Montenegro | Two Russian spies sentenced in coup attempt

A Montenegro court yesterday sentenced 13 people, including two Russian secret service operatives, to up to 15 years in prison after they were convicted of plotting to

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