Legislative Assembly | Facial recognition cameras are the ultimate goal, says police

Lawmaker Lam Lon Wai said yesterday at the Legislative Assembly plenary that he believes data privacy laws are getting in the way of general law

SME association says minimum wage increased too fast

A representative for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) at Sunday’s Macau Forum has complained that the city’s minimum salary increase has been adjusted too rapidly. The representative, Lei

DSAL assures verification of non-resident employment

In a reply to lawmaker Ella Lei regarding the hiring of non-resident workers who work contrary to what is stated in their work permits, the Labor Affairs

Local dealer adds two new Mercedes-Benz models to the market

Macau’s local Mercedes-Benz car dealer, Zung Fu Motors, has officially brought to the local market two new models from the famous Stuttgart brand. The two new

Crime | PSP unveils complex ‘fake marriage’ scheme used to obtain Macau IDs

During yesterday’s joint press conference held at the Judiciary Police headquarters, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) unveiled a complex scheme involving two families in which the suspects

MUST, Zhuhai government to partner on technology development

The Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) signed a cooperation agreement with the Zhuhai municipal government to jointly promote the development of science and technology innovation

Tourism HKZMB brings high-value visitors, says study

A study conducted by a market research firm shows that visitors arriving in the Macau SAR via the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge spend over a third more than

Ho Ion Sang asks about trash collection

Lawmaker Ho Ion Sang has asked government officials to be present at the Legislative Assembly to answer questions on Macau’s automatic trash collection system. Ho’s inquiry regards a specific

Sino-British Street on HK-Shenzhen border seeks new identity

Chung Ying Street, or “Sino-British Street,” straddles the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the neighboring mainland city of Shenzhen and has for decades been a special

Hong Kong | Former ExCo member worries fugitive bill will entangle the city in the long term

A former member of the Hong Kong Executive Council (ExCo) has urged the Hong Kong government to decelerate the controversial fugitive bill to avoid entangling the city into

China’s first bank seizure since 1998 shows hidden loan risk

China’s first government takeover of a bank in more than two decades has underscored the potential for increased stress at regional lenders that piled into off-book

Corporate Bits | Sands china employees can now enrol in central provident fund

Sands China Ltd. has announced that its local resident employees can enrol in the government-promoted Non-Mandatory Central Provident Fund (CPF) System beginning July 1, 2019. According to

State TV carries Daily Show spot on Huawei lead in 5G

China has deployed an unlikely voice in its trade war with the U.S.: Trevor Noah of Comedy Central’s The Daily Show. A brief clip

Beijing backs Yale stance on foreign students, rips US actions

China said it was “very regrettable” that the U.S. and some American institutions have imposed restrictions on humanities exchanges, after Yale University’s president pledged support for international students

Tariff war | US ‘not ready’ to make a trade deal with China, Trump says

The U.S. isn’t ready to make a trade deal with China, President Donald Trump said while on a state visit to Japan. “I think they

Regulator warns traders of ‘huge loss’ if they short the yuan

  China advised traders against shorting the yuan, after a recent slide took the currency to the brink of the critical 7 per dollar level.  Guo Shuqing,

Australia | Cardinal won’t fight sentence if he loses appeal

Disgraced Australian Catholic cardinal George Pell will not fight for a reduced jail sentence if he fails in his appeal of his conviction for molesting two

North Korea calls Bolton ‘war monger’ over missile comment

North Korea yesterday called U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton a “war monger” and “human defect” after he described its recent tests of short-range missiles as

Nepal on high alert for general strike after explosions

Security forces in Nepal were on high alert yesterday amid a general strike called by an outlawed communist group suspected in a series of explosions that killed four

USA | A hefty donation to Trump’s inaugural comes under scrutiny

Real estate mogul Franklin Haney contributed USD1 million to President Donald Trump’s inaugural committee and all he’s got to show for the money is the glare

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