Health | Influenza breakout infects 12 students

Twelve students from two primary school classes of the Colégio de Santa Rosa de Lima (English Section) have reportedly been infected by the Influenza virus, a statement

Briefs | Illegal gambling marketer caught at G2E

A 27-year-old man from the mainland was caught by the Judiciary Police at G2E Asia held at the Venetian Macao for promoting an online gambling website. The promotion

Tourism | Surging same-day visitors behind April growth

Visitor arrivals increased 15.9% year-on-year in April 2019 to top 3.43 million, according to the latest information from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC), led by a

Entertainment | Elēkrŏn to close in July

Studio City Macau’s entertainment show Elēkrŏn will halt its operations on July 21 – six months after its debut, the Times has learned. Dubbed as the “world’s first

Sports | Qualification races for Macau GP start this weekend

Drivers and their machines are ready to start another season of the Macau Touring Car Series (MTCS), which kicks off this weekend at Guangdong International Circuit (GIC)

Arts | Mr Ma & Son a reflection of East-meets-West curiosity

A stage adaptation of “Mr. Ma and Son”, a novel written by influential Chinese writer Lao She 90 years ago, will be performed at the Grand

Briefs | Urban planner opposes Sai Van Lake promenade

Urban planner Lam Iek Chit is opposed to a government proposal to build a wooden promenade along the coast of Sai Van Lake. In an interview with local

Environment | Analysis: What is being done to reduce,reuse, recycle?

It is truly an era of saving when in even places like Macau, restaurants and eateries are starting eco- friendly initiatives. A coffee

Hong Kong’s longest-serving CEO steps down as sons take over

David Li, the longest-serving chief executive officer of a major Hong Kong-listed company, is stepping down from the top position at Bank of East Asia Ltd.

Hong Kong | Speakers at corruption symposium call for international collaboration

Speakers at an ongoing international symposium hosted by the Hong Kong Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) called for international anti- corruption cooperation including cooperation in the areas

Germany grants asylum to two pro-democracy activists

Germany has granted asylum to two Hong Kong activists in a sign of growing concern over how dissent is dealt with in the territory. In interviews

Opinion | Kyle Bass is wrong on Hong Kong’s peg, too

Having failed to preside over a collapse in the yuan, hedge-fund manager Kyle Bass has a new target: the Hong Kong dollar peg. He’s wrong about that, too.

Borgata casino unveils $12m sports bet, nightspot project

Atlantic City’s Borgata casino is investing $12 million in a new sports betting and entertainment project. Casino officials tell The Associated Press it will open a sports bar

Corporate Bits | World-famous cabaret back at the Parisian by popular demand

World-famous and celebrated cabaret, Crazy Horse Paris, will return to The Parisian Macao’s The Parisian Theatre from September 25 to October 5 with its best of show, Forever

Tourism | Saudi Arabia seeks to transform Red Sea beaches

Saudi Arabia is seeking private sector investment to turn an archipelago, desert and mountains - an area about the size of Belgium - on its Red Sea coast

Gov’t seeks Asian neighbors’ support in trade fight with US

China is seeking support from Russia and from its Central Asian neighbors in its escalating tariff fight with the U.S., while also stepping up protests against

Two US warships sail through Taiwan Strait, draw China protest

Two U.S. warships have sailed through the Taiwan Strait in an apparent show of support for the government of the self-ruled island, which China claims as its

Chinese man guilty of defrauding Apple out of 1,500 iPhones

Over the span of two years, a Chinese national in Oregon sent devices that looked like iPhones to Apple, saying they wouldn’t turn on and should

India | Ruling party claims win with assured lead in votes

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s party claimed it had won reelection with a commanding lead in yesterday’s vote count, while the stock market soared in anticipation

Japan | Mobile app to warn gropers, get help proves popular

A  smartphone app developed by Japanese police is being widely downloaded by women trying to protect themselves from gropers on packed rush-hour trains. The “Digi Police”

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