Chief Executive election | Association leaders say they support Ho Iat Seng

A group of leaders from local associations have publicly endorsed Ho Iat Seng to become Macau’s third Chief Executive (CE). Following Ho’s announcement on Tuesday,

Aircraft security exercise ends in successful rescue

A security exercise held yesterday morning at the Macau International Airport has been deemed a success by local government authorities. The exercise simulated a hijacking of a

Briefs | Macau-Portugal fugitive bill details announced

The fugitive bill between Macau and Portugal was published in the government’s Official Gazette yesterday. The bill, which was signed on May 15 in Portugal, stipulates that Portugal

Migrant group continues petition calling for consul’s resignation

A local migrant association group is calling on the Philippine Consul General to resign over comments made last week regarding the concerns of domestic workers. The

Local workers bemoan bonus conditions as confidence drops

Local employees continue to find their bonus packages among the biggest sources of workplace dissatisfaction, according to the 13th Macao Employee Confidence and Satisfaction Index 2019 by

Health | SSM data shows dengue outbreak risk rising

Data from the Health Bureau (SSM) shows that the risk of a dengue fever outbreak has increased in the SAR, as the bureau registered an average

Academic freedom | For many in Macau, the discussion has turned to ‘how much?’

For many in Macau, academic freedom appears to be less a question of ‘present or not’, but rather ‘how much?’ Some scholars argue that academic censorship

Education | DSEJ to work on prevention as reports of school bullying rise

Chao Pui Leng, head of the Centre of Psycho- Pedagogical Support and Special Education of the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ), said yesterday in a press

Continuing Education program stable and gathering support

The Continuing Education Development Plan initiative, which was implemented almost eight years ago by the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ), has been running consistently with

Cultural heritage | Feast of Na Tcha celebrated with parade

One of only two Na Tcha Temples in Macau held a parade yesterday from the Ruins of St. Paul’s Cathedral to Senado Square as a ritual to

Arts CCM to present play tackling depression, suicide

The Macao Cultural Centre (CCM) is set to present “4.48 Psychosis,” a tale of darkness and despair adapted for a contemporary theatrical production, tomorrow and on

Hong Kong | Lawmakers raise complaints over police brutality

Hong Kong lawmakers grilled the city’s security secretary yesterday over allegations of police brutality during protests over an extradition bill that eventually was suspended. The agenda

Analysis | As Hong Kong protests quiet down, what’s next?

All but a handful of protesters in Hong Kong have gone home, but the crisis that brought hundreds of thousands into the streets to oppose an extradition

Briefs | Shenzhen: Five arrested on terror charges after alarming busy subway

Five people were arrested for shouting “get down!” and causing panic on a subway train in Shenzhen while shooting a short video for online distribution. The five faced

World’s top bicycle maker says the era of ‘Made in China’ is over

Giant Manufacturing Co. saw the writing on the wall early on. The world’s biggest bicycle maker started moving production of U.S.-bound orders out of its China

Tesla to revamp Asia business structure to focus on China

Tesla Inc. is revamping its organization in Asia to put more focus on China as the company prepares to start manufacturing in the world’s largest electric-car market,

Russia, China block UN from saying Pyongyang violated sanctions

Russia and China have blocked the U.N. Security Council committee monitoring sanctions against North Korea from declaring that Pyongyang breached the annual limit for importing refined petroleum

Xi supports North Korea’s direction on issues ahead of visit

Chinese President Xi Jinping praised North Korea for moving in the “right direction” by politically resolving issues on the Korean Peninsula in an essay published in both countries’ official

Nepal | Protesters demand government keep away from trusts

Thousands of people gathered in Katmandu’s yesterday to protest proposed legislation that would allow the government to nationalize centuries-old community and religious trusts responsible for organizing festivals

MH17 Investigators charge four over 2014 downing of airliner

The international team investigating the 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine leveled murder charges against three Russians and a Ukrainian that it

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