Chief Executive election | New Macau to hold Sunday meeting calling for universal suffrage

New Macau Association (ANM) is planning a meeting on Sunday in front of Escola Luso-Chinesa Técnico-Professional to demand universal suffrage in the upcoming Chief Executive election. ANM,

Police shut down MOP2,000 jaywalking fine rumor

Messages spread on social media claiming that the police are taking a tougher stance on jaywalking by punishing violators with a fine of MOP2,000, were found

Lawmaker requests alcohol control law timetable

Lawmaker Lam Lon Wai has submitted an inquiry to the government requesting a timetable for legislation on alcohol age control. Lam cited a survey

The underworld of Macau’s human resources

The lack of human resources and the difficulties in recruiting qualified staff have long been divisive topics in Macau. While some would prefer stricter rules and quotas

Filipinos commemorate 121 years of independence

The Filipino community in Macau celebrated the 121st Proclamation of Philippine Independence, themed “Courage of the Nation, Compassion for the People,” to remind the community that independence

Macau-EU ties remain fruitful at 23rd meeting

A Macau delegation visited Belgium this week for the 17th annual post-handover meeting, the 23rd edition overall, with the European Union. The first edition was started with the

Melco launches Art Macao contribution at Morpheus

Melco Resorts & Entertainment opened its Art Macao contribution yesterday at its Morpheus hotel. The opening ceremony was held on the 23rd floor of the

The long road since ’97

On July 1, 1997, Tung Chee- Hwa, the first chief executive of Hong Kong, declared, “For the first time in history, we, the people of Hong

Hong Kong risks Occupy 2.0 as protesters vow to keep fighting

Protesters flooding downtown Hong Kong to stop the government’s proposed extradition law effectively presented the city’s leaders with an ultimatum: back down, or risk violent clashes that

Analysis | Hong Kong, standing for freedom and justice once more

On June 9, the march against the government sponsored extradition bill felt like a recast of the protest held on July 1 2003 against the enactment of

Financial fallout | Stock analyst spooked by extradition law may leave HK

Hong Kong’s controversial extradition bill has at least one stock-market analyst considering a move out of the city. Gillem Tulloch, whose GMT Research Ltd.

Security firm warns businesses of counter protests

Hong Kong-based Steve Vickers & Associates (SVA) advised businesses yesterday to evaluate their risk profiles amid growing unrest in the HKSAR and the possibility of counter protests

HKD11 billion bid dropped on ‘instability’

Goldin Financial Holdings Ltd. is dropping its successful HKD11.1 billion (USD1.42 billion) bid for a land parcel located in the Kai Tak area in Kowloon, Hong Kong, the

Stories from the streets | Macau journalist says he was attacked by Hong Kong police during interview

A local journalist from All About Macau said he was attacked by a Hong Kong police officer yesterday while interviewing demonstrators in the neighboring SAR.

Hotels | New Jersey mandates panic buttons for room cleaners

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed a bill Tuesday that he and others said is the nation’s first requiring most hotels to provide their workers with wearable

Accused Mar-a-Lago intruder allowed to be her own attorney

A Chinese woman charged with illegally entering President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort will be allowed to act as her own attorney, a judge ruled yesterday (local

Investigation | Openings set at Illinois trial in slaying of Chinese scholar

Opening statements are set today in the death-penalty trial of a former University of Illinois graduate student charged with kidnapping, torturing and killing a visiting Chinese

US gift to China questions enforcement of N. Korea sanctions

The meeting between acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan and his Chinese counterpart began with all the hallmarks of a routine staged and scripted session between two uneasy

Japan premier in Iran as Yemen rebels strike Saudi airport

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe landed yesterday in Tehran on a mission to ease tensions between the U.S. and Iran, just hours after Iranian-backed rebels

Australia | Opposition calls for review of press freedom

Australia’s opposition yesterday called for a parliamentary inquiry into press freedom after police raids on a media organization’s Sydney headquarters and a journalist’s Canberra home seeking

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