Second pretender: Businessman Leong Kuok Chao announces candidacy for CE  

Businessman Leong Kuok Chao announced this morning (Friday) that he will run in this year’s election for Chief Executive (CE),  Chinese media reported. Leong, 45, who is a director of an

Macau could retain ‘second system’ status past 2049

Macau and Hong Kong could retain their ‘second system’ status going into the second half of the 21st century, according to an international and independent China strategist.

Opinion | China is committed to intellectual property protection

Intellectual property (IP) is a bridge for international cooperation in the process of trade globalization. Some politicians in the United States, however, use it as an excuse to

Legislative Assembly | Democrats urge lawmakers to rehabilitate June 4 memory

Pro-DEMOCRACY lawmakers Sulu Sou, Au Kam San and Ng Kuok Cheong voiced their concerns about the memories of the June Fourth Movement during yesterday’s Legislative Assembly

Cybersecurity | Government banned from collecting internet data

The final draft of the cyber security law was discussed and passed at yesterday’s Legislative Assembly (AL) session. The bill proposed to set up

Heritage | Pátio da Eterna Felicidade listing is ‘very important first step’ in protection

The listing and detailed restoration of the “Pátio da Eterna Felicidade”, to allow the area to retain its unique characteristics, are the two most important phases

Art Macao 2019 | Main exhibition opens in city’s largest ever arts festival

Described as the largest art and culture festival Macau has ever witnessed, Art Macao 2019 was officially opened yesterday with the launch of the festival’s main

MUST visits research academy on mainland

Vice President Tong Ka Lok of the Macau University of Science and Technology led a delegation from the university to visit the Dunhuang Research Academy in

Book chronicling 170 years of casinos launched

The book “The Casinos of Macau - History of the World’s Largest Gaming Market” has been launched, shedding light on the history of Macau’s most prominent industry

Hong Kong | Top court issues landmark ruling for LGBT rights

Hong Kong’s Court of Final Appeal said yesterday the government cannot deny spousal employment benefits to same-sex couples, in a ruling hailed as a major step forward

Guangdong opens center to serve young Macau entrepreneurs

Guangdong Province has opened a center to serve young entrepreneurs from Macau, reports Xinhua, in the latest move to enhance interaction with the two Special Administrative

The trade war could pop HK’s property bubble

Record high home prices in Hong Kong have prompted some economists to forecast a bursting of the bubble. Residential property values in the city

Real Estate Matters | Top 20 questions on renting a property in Macau – Part 4

Having established the company in 1994, JML Property offers Investment Property & Homes. It specializes in managing properties for owners and investors, and providing attractive and

China seeks to boost car, electronics sales as economy slows

China unveiled a stimulus plan to help spur demand for automobiles and electronics as escalating tensions with the U.S. threaten to hurt the world’s second-biggest economy. The policies

Gov’t says list of ‘unreliable’ foreign firms coming soon

China’s Commerce Ministry will release a list of “unreliable” foreign companies in the near future, a spokesman said yesterday, without giving a specific date. The

Taiwan confirms request for US tanks, air defense systems

Taiwan confirmed yesterday it has asked to purchase more than 100 tanks from the U.S., along with air defense and anti- tank missile systems in a major

Australia | Prosecutors: Cardinal’s convictions should stand

Australian prosecutors argued in court yesterday that child sex convictions against a Roman Catholic cardinal should not be overturned and said his accuser had been a

New Zealand | Judge allows images of man charged in mosque shootings

A New Zealand judge ruled yesterday that media outlets can now show the face of the man accused of killing 51 people at two Christchurch mosques.

Thailand | Prime minister has little to say about staying in power

Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha isn’t feeling chatty about being elected to stay on as premier. Prayuth stayed out of the spotlight yesterday, a

Sudan | Protesters to keep up campaign until military’s ouster

Sudan’s pro-democracy leaders vowed yesterday to press their campaign of civil disobedience until the ruling military council is ousted and killers of protesters are brought

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