Taiwan students decry propaganda exchange

Students from Taiwan have taken to criticizing exchange programs to mainland China and Macau for being merely propaganda aimed at reinforcing thoughts of unification between China

Legislative Assembly to consider Sulu Sou’s appeal in plenary session

The Legislative Assembly (AL) has decided to accept and consider an appeal by lawmaker Sulu Sou regarding the dismissal of a written protest he had made

Opinion | Confrontation hurts both China and the US

This year, China’s foreign trade, although confronted with a complex external environment and many uncertainties, has made progress while ensuring stability. On the one hand, the

New IPIM head reports 40 suspicious immigration cases

The Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) has spotted approximately 40 suspicious applications of major investment immigration and technical immigration, according to Irene Va

Courts | Former HK official says co-defendant was his Macau love interest

A former Hong Kong government official, who is accused of acquiring over HKD500,000 in bribes from a Macau businesswoman, went to trial on Monday to defend allegations

Sai Van wooden promenade proposal shelved

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) has shelved Sai Van Lake’s wooden promenade project amid great controversies among residents. According to a report by Cheng Pou, the IAM dropped off

Art Macao to break ground as new type of festival

A cooperation agreement on the multi-month Art Macao festival was signed by the six casino operators and the local government yesterday at a press conference, where

Gaming | Seeing activity uptick, analysts expect growth in May

Gaming analysts at Sanford C. Bernstein and Nomura are forecasting marginal gross gaming revenue growth of between 2% and 4% for May 2019, after data on the

Motorsports | Local racers find podium finishes in Macau GP qualifiers

The Macau Grand Prix qualification races began last weekend with a number of local drivers taking podium finishes at the first event of the 2019

Volleyball | China, Korea emerge as frontrunners after day one

The 2019 edition of the FIVB Women’s Volleyball Nations League (VNL) kicked off yesterday, with the first two matches playing out victories for the Chinese and

HK’s second-richest man joins aging tycoons in retirement

Hong Kong’s second- richest man, Lee Shau Kee, is stepping down as chairman of Henderson Land Development Co., joining the ranks of the city’s aging

Property back in bubble territory, Reinhart says

Noted economist and Harvard professor Carmen Reinhart has become the latest person to sound the alarm about Hong Kong, yesterday saying the city’s property market is

Gastronomy | Guangzhou food festival a reflection of China’s culinary ‘opening up’

Built in 1983, the White Swan Hotel in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou was one of the country’s first domestically managed modern 5-star hotels. Over the past

Hengqin not ideal for investment, says Chan Chak Mo

Lawmaker Chan Chak Mo indicated that Hengqin does not currently possess the proper conditions for investment - at least for his own businesses, according to a

Macau submissions wanted for regional film fair

The 2019 Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area Film Production Investment and Trade Fair, co-organized by Macau’s Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC), the Film Administration of Guangdong Province and

Hong Kong’s Alibaba craze may finally pay off with mega-deal

Hong Kong is getting a second chance to land the record- breaking deal that got away. Five years after Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. spurned the

Gov’t deploys Confucius in bid to boost religion controls

China has begun five-day Confucian culture immersion courses for religious leaders in the sage’s hometown as part of a campaign to extend government control over faith

Military drills | Taiwan lands aircraft on highway as part of drill

Taiwan landed war planes on a normally busy highway yesterday to simulate a response to a Chinese attack on its airfields, part of annual drills designed

Chinese tourism to US drops for first time in 15 years

After more than a decade of rapid growth, Chinese travel to the U.S. is falling. And that has cities, malls and other tourist spots scrambling

Report | UN reveals rights abuse at thriving markets in North Korea

North Koreans working in hundreds of thriving markets that sprung up with the failure of the country’s public system for distributing basic goods are often abused and

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