Macau stock exchange merely a ‘theoretical’ enterprise for many

The Monetary Authority of Macao is studying the feasibility of launching a securities market in Macau that might include a yuan-based stock exchange. But economists say

Forum | China becomes fifth largest investor in Portugal

China has risen to become the fifth largest foreign investor in Portugal, with over 9 billion euros worth of investment made and 42,000 local jobs created

Chief Executive Election | Ho Iat Seng confident, welcomes grassroots competition

The President of the Legislative Assembly (AL), Ho Iat Seng, said yesterday he was confident in his bid to become the third Chief Executive of Macau,

Briefs | Sulu Sou wants review of traffic accident fund

Lawmaker Sulu Sou has asked the government to elaborate on the proposed amendment to the city’s Motor and Marine Guarantee Fund. In his written inquiry to the government,

Decision to ‘quit’ Sri Lanka match based on gov’t warning

The Macau Football Association’s (MFA) decision not to send the Macau team to play in Sri Lanka for the second-leg of the FIFA World Cup Qatar

The sport says something must change | Local football suffocating from lack of ambition

A series of recent events beginning with the Macau Football Association’s (MFA) announcement that the Macau team would not be participating in the second- leg match against

Culture | Chinese-Lusophone arts festival returns with gastronomy book fair

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) announced at a press conference yesterday that the “Arts and Cultural Festival between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries” is being held again in

Na Tcha celebrations ongoing until Friday

The celebratory rituals for the Feast of Na Tcha are held for four days each year, with this year’s celebrations lasting until Friday. The rituals include

Macau Design Center kicks off exhibition of past works

The “Designing the Future” exhibition was officially inaugurated yesterday at the Macau Design Center, featuring works and retail items by local artists and artists from neighboring

Opinion | Nobody likes protests, including the protesters

Recent protests in the neighboring region of Hong Kong have triggered, as always, different reactions from the public. While some have clearly decided to express their support, either

Hong Kong | A leaderless opposition movement

The largely youth-driven movement of black-clad protesters challenging Hong Kong’s government over an unpopular extradition bill is a coalition operating without a clear leadership structure.

Hong Kong | Carrie Lam makes personal apology, but won’t resign

Pro-democracy lawmakers and activists rejected a new apology yesterday by the city’s leader over a highly unpopular extradition bill, demanding that she quit and that

Apple analysts see China iPhone demand tested by trade dispute

Apple Inc. could be seeing weaker-than-expected demand for its iPhone product line, especially in China, where trade tensions have been weighing down sales, analysts said.

Cancer drug developer delays launch of HK listing

Hutchison China MediTech Ltd., a cancer drug developer backed by billionaire Li Ka-shing, is delaying the launch of its Hong Kong share sale that could raise about

Sands China responsible gaming ambassadors support virtual reality film experience

A group of Sands China’s Responsible Gaming Ambassadors assisted in a two-day virtual reality film experience last month, at a responsible gaming promotion for students at the University

MGM hosts technical seminar on its Guinness World Records title

MGM Cotai achieved a Guinness World Records title on January 19 for the Spectacle, the record holder of the largest free-span gridshell glazed roof (self-supporting), making it the

What China, North Korea are looking to achieve with summit

Chinese President Xi Jinping travels to North Korea to meet leader Kim Jong Un this week looking to strengthen their sometimes shaky bond at a

US colleges worry trade war imperils flow of Chinese students

Kirk Brennan, director of undergraduate admission at the University of Southern California, was on a bus in Baotou earlier this month, part of a multi-school

Malaysia | Watchdog says Filipino gangs seized 10 fishermen off Borneo

Filipino kidnap-for-ransom gangs raided two fishing boats and abducted 10 crew members yesterday in waters off Borneo island, a Malaysian official and a maritime watchdog said.

India | More than 100 children die in encephalitis outbreak

More than 100 children have died in an encephalitis outbreak in India’s eastern state of Bihar, authorities said yesterday. Bihar health secretary Sanjay

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