Government says Macau relentless in fight against human trafficking

Through its judiciary authorities, the Macau government has been relentless in its efforts to combat human trafficking, according to the reply by the Office of the

Ask The Vet | Causes of feline incontinence

Feline incontinence often links to an underlying disease or condition. With incontinence, pets dribble small amount of cat urine all over the house. Incontinence also includes cat

Former DSSOPT head under probe, assets seized

The former Director of the Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau (DSSOPT), Jaime Carion, is under investigation for alleged corruption and his assets have

O Lam touted as possible Alexis Tam successor

The Chief-of-Office of the Chief Executive’s Office is being touted as a possible successor to Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam, the Times has learned.

Macau growth forecast slashed 3.5 percentage points

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has slashed Macau’s 2019 growth forecast by 3.5 percentage points in its latest report on the special administrative region, due to

IAM to make Sai Van Lake project more transparent

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) has promised to be more transparent about the “transformation plan” for Sai Van Lake in the future, according to Sulu Sou, lawmaker

ARTM promotes prevention and treatment of drug addiction

The Association of Rehabilitation of Drug Abusers of Macao (ARTM) organized a public event yesterday at the Iao Hon Garden to observe International

Briefs | Anti-mosquito works damage two cultural relics

Two people were transferred to the prosecution authority after they damaged two cultural relics in Lilau Square. The suspects were arrested last week. One is a person in

Hong Kong | Protesters end blockade of police headquarters

Protesters in Hong Kong ended their overnight siege of police headquarters peacefully Saturday, disappointed that their demands for the territory’s leader to formally withdraw a contentious extradition

Hong Kong | Another ex-Philippine official barred entry

Another former Philippine official who sued Chinese President Xi Jinping before an international court was barred from entering Hong Kong. Former Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert

Aviation | Guangzhou Baiyun makes top three Chinese airports

The competitiveness of the major airports of Guangzhou, Beijing and Shanghai topped all 37 Chinese airports with an annual passenger throughput of more than 10 million, according

Thailand’s USD13 billion plan could woo 65 million tourists yearly

Thailand is already struggling to cope with the environmental impact of a tourism boom that’s expected to lure 40 million visitors this year. The influx

Corporate Bits | Sands china celebrates 15 years with long-serving employees

The company’s president Dr. Wilfred Wong presented each employee with an “Honourable Service Award” – a 15th anniversary souvenir box containing an anniversary certificate, special edition pin, and

Corporate Bits | City of dreams celebrates first anniversary of alain ducasse at morpheus

Two-Michelin-starred restaurant Alain Ducasse at Morpheus, City of Dreams, is celebrating its first anniversary. To commemorate its first year of operations, it has launched the “Le Premier” menu.

ASEAN leaders call for restraint amid sea row, US-China rift

Southeast Asian leaders yesterday pressed their call for self-restraint in the disputed South China Sea and renewed their alarm over the U.S.-China trade war, with one

Qu Dongyu elected as new FAO general director

Qu Dongyu, China’s deputy agricultural minister, was elected yesterday as the new director general of the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization, the first person from a Communist

China-N. Korea | Xi pushes economic reform at summit

Chinese President Xi Jinping offered encouragement for North Korea’s focus on economic development in a speech in Pyongyang, turning to a topic Beijing has long

US blacklists 5 Chinese groups working in supercomputing

The United States is blacklisting five Chinese organizations involved in supercomputing with military-related applications, citing national security as justification for denying its Asian geopolitical rival access

North Korea | Pyongyang says Kim received ‘excellent’ letter from Trump

U.S. President Donald Trump sent North Korean leader Kim Jong Un an “excellent” letter, the North’s state-run news agency reported yesterday, quoting Kim as saying

Indonesia | Underage fighters are drawn into conflict

The long-simmering armed conflict between Indonesia’s military and Papuans seeking independence includes indigenous teenagers and boys who appear barely adolescent, The Associated Press has found, highlighting

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