Crime | Two six-year-olds raped last week

Two schoolgirls were raped last week, the Judiciary Police (PJ) informed yesterday at the joint press conference for police authorities held at the Public Security Police Force

Briefs | Kevin Ho’s NPC position confirmed

Kevin Ho has succeeded Ho Iat Seng in the National People’s Congress (NPC) to become the 12th delegate of Macau in the Chinese NPC. Ho Iat Seng, the

Low possibility of escalating typhoon signal today

The Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG) said that the possibility of issuing a higher signal before 6 a.m. today is low. Last night at

Gaming | Revenue growth accelerates despite weak Chinese economy

Macau casino revenue in June surprised analysts by growing 5.9% year-on- year to reach 23.8 billion patacas (USD3 billion), according to data released yesterday by the

DICJ says casino facial recognition only for security

The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) has said that casino artificial intelligence (AI) facial recognition systems will only be used for security purposes, according to a

Macau, HK immigrants flocking to Taiwan at rapid pace

From the start of 2016 until May of this year, 4,500 Macau residents have been granted temporary residency of Taiwan, according to the latest statistics released

Gov’t releases schedule for Wealth Partaking Scheme

The schedule for the 12th annual Wealth Partaking Scheme, informally known as  the ‘handout’, was released yesterday. Cash distribution will begin today and end on

Sports | Macau swimming talent to compete in Summer Universiade

Lao Chon Pong, a Macau swimmer studying in the United States, will represent the SAR in the upcoming Summer Universiade between July 3 and 14 on the

Transportation | New speed detection system on Amizade Bridge could be illegal

A new speed detection system has been put into operation on the Amizade Bridge starting yesterday, a Public Security Police Force (PSP) spokesperson warned during a press

Airport handles nearly 30,000 flights in first five months

There was a total of 29,590 flights to and from Macau during the first five months of the year, the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) announced yesterday,

Labor Affairs | Former Dragone employee allegedly offered money to withdraw DSAL complaint

Dragone Macau, which operates The House of Dancing Water, allegedly offered a sum of money to a former employee to incentivize him to withdraw his complaint

Forum | China-Portuguese language fund seeks São Tomé and Príncipe projects

The China-Portuguese Cooperation and Development Fund is looking for projects in São Tomé and Príncipe, a country that reestablished diplomatic relations with China in December 2016, said

Hong Kong | Protesters storm legislature spray-painting pro-democracy slogans

Hundreds of protesters in Hong Kong swarmed into the legislature’s main building last night, tearing down portraits of legislative leaders and spray-painting pro-democracy slogans on the

Overtourism | The long, slow death of Venice

If you’ve been to Venice, you get it. Even the most jaded globetrotter can’t help but do a double- take at the sheer originality—and beauty—of

Kudlow: US sales to Huawei won’t imperil national security

White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow insisted Sunday that President Donald Trump won’t back off national security concerns after agreeing to allow U.S. companies to sell some

Beijing’s new airport is completed, opens September

Beijing’s second international airport has been completed - and it’s expected to become one of the world’s busiest. Designed to take the pressure off the overcrowded

US-China trade deal no more likely after Truce, Chinese adviser says

The trade truce reached over the weekend between China and the U.S. doesn’t make a final deal any more likely, according to academic Zhu Ning, who advises

Economy | Growth likely to stick to 6%, PBOC adviser says

People’s Bank of China adviser Ma Jun said the Chinese economy will probably maintain an expansion of at least 6% in 2019, as the trade  The

Trade | Japan to restrict exports to South Korea, citing less trust

Japan is imposing restrictions on exports to South Korea, citing a decline in “relations of international trust” between the Asian neighbors. The Ministry of Economy, Trade

Drug trade | India seizes narcotics worth USD390m smuggled from Pakistan

Customs officials in northern India have seized narcotics worth USD390 million that were smuggled from neighboring Pakistan, in the country’s largest seizure of illegal drugs, officials said

WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By :