Editorial | Carrie on

The deadline imposed by legislators and activists for Hong Kong’s government to meet demands for the withdrawal of the controversial extradition legislation and for Carrie Lam to step down

Ho’s election campaign office | 6,000 square foot refurbishment for one million patacas

Macau Chief Executive candidate Ho Iat Seng has spent over 1 million Macau patacas to refurbish his election campaign office. Yesterday, Ho’s election campaign

Chui Sai Cheong pegged to succeed Ho as AL president

Lawmaker Wu Chou Kit believes that the vice president of the Legislative Assembly (AL), Chui Sai Cheong, is a suitable candidate to succeed Ho Iat Seng.

Gaming | June growth lowered as mid-month data disappoints

Brokerage Sanford C. Bernstein has lowered its year-on-year growth expectation for June to between 1% and 3%, citing weaker than expected data in its channel checks

Neto Valente deems Portuguese people irrelevant in local politics

According to Jorge Neto Valente, the president of the Macau Lawyers Association (AAM), the Portuguese people in Macau have become increasingly irrelevant in terms of local politics.

Horror video game set in Macau releases internationally

The first multi-console video game set entirely in Macau has been released internationally. The game was developed by a local company called 4DMacau. Nearly two years in the

Aviation | Macau unaffected by EVA Air strike

Flight attendants with EVA Air, a Taiwan airline with connections to Macau, commenced a strike at 4 p.m. yesterday. As of press time, no flight between

Environment report deems undersea tunnel feasible

The environmental impact assessment report of the subsea tunnel project connecting land reclamation zones A and B suggests that the project is feasible as it will

Football | Sulu Sou writes to FIFA president calling for match rescheduling

Lawmaker Sulu Sou has issued a letter to FIFA’s president, Gianni Infantino, to call for a rescheduling of the match between Macau and Sri Lanka. The

Education | UM makes 56-spot leap in QS ranking

The University of Macau (UM) has leaped 56 places in the QS World University Rankings 2020, compared to last year, reaching 387th in the list. The

Agnes Lam calls for Hac Sa protection

Lawmaker Agnes Lam has submitted an inquiry to the government requesting a long-term solution for the accumulation of garbage at Hac Sa Beach. Lam pointed out that the

British associations form working group to explore GBA opportunity

British Chambers of Commerce and business associations have formed an inter-organization working group on the Greater Bay Area (GBA) Initiative, agreeing to collaborate across several areas

The faces of Hong Kong’s historic stand

  While protests that drew hundreds of thousands of people into Hong Kong’s streets this month were likely the biggest the city has ever seen, the leaders

Hong kong | No response as activists’ deadline passes

A deadline imposed by activist groups for Hong Kong’s government to scrap highly unpopular extradition bills and accept other demands passed yesterday without an official response.

Iceland in shock as tourism collapse halts economic miracle

Gudrun Asta Gunnarsdottir found herself at ground zero of Iceland’s latest crisis. Four months into her second pregnancy, the 33-year-old check-in desk operator was told she

Corporate Bits | Pousada de Coloane, Yoga Love Macau celebrate International Yoga Day

The event includes a full day program of yoga classes and wellbeing activities following on a tradition that is being maintained for the third consecutive year. The

Real Estate Matters | Where are all the bookstores in Macau?

Juliet Risdon is a Director of JML Property and a property investor.  Having established the company in 1994, JML Property offers Investment Property & Homes. It specializes

Diplomacy | Kim meets Xi, says awaiting US actions

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, meeting with visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping, said yesterday that his country is waiting for a desired response in

Woman testifies about wearing wire in scholar killing case

The former girlfriend of an ex-doctoral student charged with slaying a scholar from China who was visiting the University of Illinois testified yesterday in federal court

Tariff | Gov’t rejects threats, tariffs as way to resolve trade war

China warned yesterday that threats and tariffs will not resolve trade tensions between the two biggest economies and blasted Republican Sen. Marco Rubio for his criticism

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