Gaming | Analysis: Growth returns but not without hurdles

Macau casinos returned to growth in May, yet the modest revenue gain is a sign that the city still faces headwinds from regional competition and trade

Briefs | Water dispensers planned for more parks

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) will provide water dispensers for public use in parks and leisure areas in the Macau SAR. The installation of drinking water facilities is hoped

Transportation | Rosário: Light rail tickets will cost about the same as bus fare

The long-awaited Macau Light Rapid Transit (LRT) will set fares similar to the amount charged by the city’s bus operators, according to Raimundo Arrais do Rosário, Secretary for

Taishan Nuclear Plant | Macau police organize youth visit to dispel safety fears

The Unitary Police Service (SPU) yesterday led a local youth delegation to the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant in Guangdong Province with the purpose of educating the public

Cosmetic imports soar 46% in April

Merchandise imports rose 4.7% year- on-year to 6.96 billion patacas in April 2019, according to the latest data from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC), led by sharp

Cotai checkpoint traffic grows

Cross-border vehicular traffic in April grew by 7.2% year-on-year to 434,445 trips, according to information released by the Statistics and Census Service. Vehicular trips

Confucius Institute in Lisbon rejects allegations of ‘propaganda’

The director of the Confucius Institute in Lisbon, Teresa Cid, refutes the idea that the Institute, like others worldwide, is at the service of the Chinese

Macau school children receive reply letter from Xi

President Xi Jinping replied to a letter written to him by a group of primary school students studying at Hou Kong Middle School. It was

Ho Iat Seng rejects AL vote on Tiananmen Square

The president of the Legislative Assembly (AL), Ho Iat Seng, has rejected a proposal jointly presented by lawmakers Ng Kuok Cheong, Au Kam San and Sulu

Dragon boat | Youth association eclipses rivals in women’s races

This year’s local section of the Macao International Dragon Boat Races has come to an end after two days of competitive matches at the Nam

Chinese boxer wins in Cotai bout

Chinese boxer Meng Fanlong (15-0-0, 9 KOs) claimed victory on Saturday night against Germany’s Adam Deines (17-1-1, 8 KOs) during a match at the Wynn Palace in

Logistics, trade and technology: the core of booming Bay Area economy

The logistics, trade and technology industries are believed to benefit the most from the development of the Greater Bay Area, according to speakers at the 10th

Hong Kong amends extradition bill seen as eroding autonomy

Hong Kong said it would make further amendments to scale back a proposed extradition law that has raised concerns over the city’s autonomy and risks

Atlantic City Bet responsibly? A struggle for some as sportsbook ads widen

The tagline makes the solution sound so simple: “Gamble responsibly.” It’s anything but for those who struggle with compulsive gambling. Instead, the footnote caps a

‘Now this square is my grave’ | Singer missing as authorities crack down on Tiananmen anniversary

It has been three months since Chinese rock musician Li Zhi disappeared from public view. First, an upcoming tour was canceled and his social media

Taiwan | Inflatable ‘Tank Man’ marks Tiananmen protests

An artist has erected an inflatable display in Taiwan’s capital to mark an iconic moment in the Tiananmen Square pro-democracy protests. The larger-than-life balloon installation, which

Report | Beijing blames Washington for trade dispute, says it won’t back down

China issued a report blaming the United States for the countries’ trade dispute and said it won’t back down on “major issues of principle,” but offered

Troubled waters | China vows military action if Taiwan, South China Sea claims opposed

China’s defense minister warned yesterday that its military will “resolutely take action” to defend Beijing’s claims over self-ruled Taiwan and disputed South China Sea waters.

Koreas | US acting defense chief says major drills with South still on hold

Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan said yesterday that so far he sees no need to restore large-scale military exercises with South Korea that have been curtailed

UK-US | The Trumps are coming: London ready for controversial state visit

It’s a unique odd couple: A 93-year-old sovereign who has made a point of keeping her opinions to herself during her long reign is hosting a 72-year-old

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