Macau strikes judicial assistance deal with Mongolia

The government of the Macau Special Administrative Region signed an agreement on mutual assistance in matters of criminal law with Mongolia last week. Jointly signed by

Chinese ‘golden visas’ Portugal investigates scam worth 366 million patacas

According to several media sources in Portugal, the country’s Public Prosecutor is investigating an alleged scam regarding investments made by Chinese nationals with the purpose of obtaining

Ask the Vet | Graves Disease in Dogs

Graves disease in dogs is a condition that is caused by a hyperactive thyroid gland and will occur in dogs that have hyperthyroidism. The condition is considered autoimmune and

Corruption | Macau’s ‘integration bureau’ chief accused of misconduct

The Director of the Policy Research and Regional Development Bureau (DSEPDR), Mi Jian, was reported by the bureau’s employees to the Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) for misconduct,

Papua New Guinea’s honorary consul becomes fifth Chief Executive candidate

Steven Siu, the 73-year-old honorary consul of Papua New Guinea in Macau, announced his intention over the weekend to participate in the Chief Executive (CE) election on

Briefs | Yangjiang nuclear plant records second minor error

Another minor problem has been registered at the Yangjiang nuclear power plant in Guangdong province, the local government has informed, though it stressed that this does not mean

Competitiveness is key for MICE sector, say industry experts

Meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions – together known as the MICE sector – are becoming more prominent in Macau, even as there are still many aspects

Football | Sri Lanka welcomes FIFA removal of Macau

Sri Lankan soccer officials welcomed a FIFA decision to advance its team to the next round of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers after removing Macau for

Police organize storm surge evacuation drill

The Judiciary Police (PJ) held another storm surge evacuation drill yesterday, simulating the evacuation of the populace from low-lying areas of the city. It also coordinated

Environment | Report shows major pollutant O3 worsening in Macau

Ozone (O3), one of the biggest contributors to the deterioration in Macau’s air quality, has continued its growth in contaminating the city and its neighboring municipalities,

Briefs | Guia pedestrian tunnel design expected this year

The pedestrian tunnel at Guia Hill is expected to see its final design by the end of this year, according to the Land, Public Works and Transport’s (DSSOPT)

Sulu Sou urges restoration of live poultry sale

Lawmaker Sulu Sou is urging the government to consider the restoration of live poultry sale in local wet markets, citing results from a recent public consultation.

Song Pek Kei wants to criminalize phone marketing tactic

Lawmaker Song Pek Kei wants the local government to criminalize certain cold calling marketing tactics, according to a report by public broadcaster TDM. Recently, the

Hong Kong | Property: A colonial quirk gives some men houses on the cheap

In property-obsessed Hong Kong - where buying a home is impossible for many - being born into an indigenous family provides a ticket to affordable yet decent

Hong Kong girds for more gridlock as protesters dig in

Two years ago, Carrie Lam took control of Hong Kong’s government and, with Chinese President Xi Jinping looking on, pledged to “restore social harmony and rebuild public

Briefs | Police repatriate ‘red notice’ fugitive to South Korea

Police in Guangdong Province sent a ‘red notice’ fugitive on a plane back to the South Korea at the request of the country’s law enforcement authorities. The fugitive,

All backgrounds bet on becoming World Series of Poker champ

Tens of thousands of professional and amateur poker players go on a pilgrimage to Las Vegas every summer in hopes of returning home richer, owning

Corporate Bits | Sands China holds Continuing Education Fair

Sands China Ltd. recently held a Continuing Education Fair at The Venetian Macao’s Adelson Advanced Education Centre, aimed at providing a platform for continuing education for employees and their

Corporate Bits | MGM to present Le Petit Chef

MGM is set to present Le Petit Chef from July 12 to September 13, showcasing a multi-sensory dining and entertainment experience that combines visuals and storytelling

Beijing promises to ease foreign access to gas, call centers

China promised yesterday to allow more foreign ownership of gas pipelines, call centers and some other businesses in the latest of a series of market-opening

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