Corruption | Policy Research Bureau refutes accusations against its leader

An anonymous letter accusing Mi Jian, Director of the Policy Research and Regional Development Bureau (DSEPDR), has been condemned by the bureau for “bringing a bad

Memory Lane

A trip down memory lane. This historical photo was taken  during the 1970s and shows how Rua do Tarrafeiro has changed. The street was given its

Au Kam San asks about IC security services tender

Lawmaker Au Kam San has asked Alexis Tam, Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, to explain the Cultural Affairs Bureau’s (IC) waiver of an open public

Gaming | China is using the Philippines as its own online casino

Chinese companies are circumventing domestic laws that prohibit online gambling by directing their Chinese clientele to their operations based in neighboring countries and regions. The Philippines is

Gaming | Macau operators see shares rise on improved VIP outlook

Macau casino operators rallied the most since December on signs that the world’s largest gaming hub is weathering a slowing Chinese economy and a pullback by high

Kevin Ho | NPC work to develop China and Macau not mutually exclusive

The most recently confirmed representative of the National People’s Congress (NPC) from Macau, Kevin Ho King Lun, has said that Macau and China are “not places

Weather | Typhoon Signal No.3 raised as precaution

The Macau Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG) raised Typhoon Signal No.3 at 8 p.m. last night as tropical storm “Mun” meandered inside Macau’s 400-kilometer radius band.

Education | UM visits British universities in search of collaboration

Rector Song Yonghua of the University of Macau (UM) recently led a delegation to six universities in the United Kingdom in the hope of realizing academic and

Macau Grand Prix | GT World Cup entries now open

The FIA GT World Cup, one of the two World Cup racing events to take place during the Macau Grand Prix, will present in the exact same

Youth squash championship crowns Malaysian players

The 26th Asian Junior Squash Individual Championship was held in Macau for the first time, filling the courts of the Macau Dome and the Sports Complex

Macau poverty line about to face five-year plan review

A review of the mechanism to determine Macau’s poverty line will begin soon, the Social Welfare Bureau (IAS) has informed the Times, as set out by

Health| Fifth case of imported dengue fever recorded this year

The Health Bureau (SSM) has diagnosed an imported case of dengue fever in a 29-year-old male resident who works in a Cotai casino. The bureau considers this

Markets | HKD300 billion rally shows it’s not time to panic yet

For investors, bankers and companies with long enough time horizons, betting on Hong Kong’s resilience in the face of crises has been a winning proposition. From

Winners and losers in violent Hong Kong protests

The protesters who succeeded in halting Hong Kong’s controversial extradition bill benefited from broad support among businesses and ordinary citizens. But Monday night’s ugly demonstrations risk losing

Gaming | US: Nebraska could tip the number of casino states

Nebraska voters may decide next year whether to legalize casino gambling in a ballot measure that could tip the number of states that allow commercial gambling into

Trade tensions | China will scrap securities firm ownership limits by 2020

China said it will bring forward plans to remove foreign ownership limits on financial companies, as it speeds up efforts to open the $44 trillion industry to

Beijing confident that trade war won’t mean massive factory moves

China is still a competitive location for investment, according to Premier Li Keqiang, even as some companies look to move production out of the country to avoid

Diplomacy | Turkey’s Erdogan affirms importance of ties with China

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, an ostensible U.S. NATO ally, affirmed the importance of ties with key American rival China at a meeting with Chinese President Xi

South China Sea | China buzzes Canadian naval ships

China’s naval and coast guard ships shadowed a pair of Canadian naval vessels through the South China Sea and Chinese fighter jets buzzed them as they

Tencent, Paytm plan to invest USD100m in video startup

Tencent Holdings Ltd. and Paytm plan to invest about USD100 million in Indian streaming service MX Player, according to a person familiar with the matter, as local

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