Sulu Sou calls for lawmakers to vote sensibly on his appeal

Lawmaker Sulu Sou has called upon the city’s lawmakers to vote sensibly on his appeal regarding the Legislative Assembly’s (AL) decision to reject and deny the publishing

Briefs | Power plant in safe state after anomaly

The units in operation at the Yangjiang Nuclear Power Plant in Guangdong are in a safe and stable state after an anomaly occurred on Saturday, Macau’s Unified Police Services

Hong Konger denied entry to Macau

A former member of the Executive Committee of the Student Union of Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HKPUSU) was denied entry to Macau on Sunday. The Student Union said

PSP officers found to have forged immigration records

Two police officers of the Public Security Police Force (PSP) were discovered to have illegally assisted a mainland man to overstay in Macau. According to the Judiciary Police,

Three hundred crowd Senado Square for vigil

Several hundred people gathered in Senado Square last night to join the annual candlelight vigil held in memory of the June Fourth Incident that occurred

Meanwhile in Hong Kong | Victoria Park swarmed and awash with rituals

Pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong gathered last night to mark 30 years since China’s bloody crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square, underscoring continuing concern for

Forbes Travel Guide | Morpheus, MGM Cotai expected to make 2020 list

Forbes Travel Guide says it has high hopes for both Morpheus hotel and MGM Cotai to rank among its Star Award winners next year. Filip

Tourism authority participates in UNWTO conference

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) participated in the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) regional conference in Thimphu, Bhutan, under the theme “Sustainable Development through Tourism.”

Economy shrinks 3.2%, ending 10 consecutive quarters of growth

The economy of Macau contracted by 3.2% year- on-year in real terms during the first quarter of 2019, according to the latest data from the Statistics

Lawrence Ho | Melco’s investment in Australia aimed at ‘taking Japan’

The chairman and CEO of Melco Resorts and Entertainment said that the acquisition of a 20% stake in Australia’s Crown Resorts is a leap in the

Photography | Exhibition celebrating Macau opens at Portuguese Consulate

The Consulate General of Portugal in Macau is once again the stage for a photo exhibition featuring the works of 27 Portuguese-speaking photographers. The exhibition,

Opinion | The big threat to HK’s property billionaires

Can Hong Kong’s billionaire heirs keep their grip on the city? Given Beijing’s increasing assertiveness in the territory, it’s a question worth asking. For the past five

Hong Kong proposes safeguards to extradition law amendments

Hong Kong’s government said that it was willing to raise the threshold for extraditing criminal suspects amid widespread concerns over moves seen as eroding the territory’s

Nearly 7.5 tonnes of smuggled ivory tusks seized

Police and customs authorities in Guangdong Province have busted an ivory smuggling ring, arresting 20 suspects and seizing nearly 7.5 tonnes of ivory tusks. Guangdong

Gaming | Chicago will get a casino as part of Illinois gambling expansion

Illinois legislators approved a giant gambling-expansion bill that allows sports betting and as many as six new casinos, including one in Chicago, one of the world’s

China’s plan to boost baby formula output hits foreign suppliers

A2 Milk Co. led stock market losses of USD875 million among infant-formula providers in Australia and New Zealand after China unveiled a plan to boost local

MGM wins prestigious ‘Asia responsible entrepreneurship award’

MGM received the “Asia Responsible Entrepreneurship Award” (AREA) from Enterprise Asia, making it once more the only enterprise in Macau to have won this regional accolade, according to

Sands China employees take the ‘clean plate challenge’ for fifth year

Sands China employees completed the Clean Plate Challenge between May 27 and 29, marking the fifth year in a row the company has held the sustainability campaign.

Testimony | Tiananmen or when China shifted from solidarity to stability

The young woman lay on a mat in the concrete hallway of a Beijing hospital on June 4, 1989. She weakly held up an X-ray showing

China issues US travel alert warning of official harassment

China issued a travel warning for the U.S. yesterday, saying Chinese visitors have been interrogated, interviewed and subjected to other forms of what it called harassment by

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