Finance | Issuing of bonds worth 2 billion yuan a ‘gift’ to SAR

The central government issuing of state-backed bonds in Macau with a face value of 2 billion yuan is a gift to mark the SAR’s establishment anniversary,

Health | 2.1 million smoking inspections carried out

More than 2.1 million smoking violation inspections have been conducted since the Law on Prevention and Control of Smoking entered into force in January 1, 2012, according

EWTN to start broadcasting in Macau

The Eternal World Television Network (EWTN) will start to broadcast in Macau through the Macau Cable Television Company Limited. The channel founded in Alabama, United States,

Ask the Vet | Cat neutering side effects

Cat neutering is the sterilization of the pet and is a method to control the feline overpopulation. In males the procedure can also be called castration, while the

Ho Iat Seng confident stepping down from legislature early

Ho Iat Seng, the favorite to succeed Chui Sai On as Chief Executive, resigned on Friday from his post as lawmaker and president of the

Airport passenger traffic records 18% increase

The Macau International Airport (MIA) handled a total of 4.72 million passengers in the first half of the year, recording an increase of 18% compared to the

If adopted, tourist levy likely more than MOP99

Vice director of the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) Hoi Io Meng has said that the proposed tourist tax, if levied, would likely be more than 99

Briefs | Sulu Sou warns Macau not immune to violence

Lawmaker Sulu Sou is renewing his call for universal suffrage in Macau. During Friday’s Legislative Assembly plenary meeting, Sou noted in his speech before the agenda, “we know

Legislative Assembly | Labor Law amendments pass after business concerns weighed

The Legislative Assembly (AL) has approved two amendments to the Labor Relations Bill and the Law for the Employment of Non-residential Workers. According to

Qingmao Border may not be ready this year

The Secretary for Transport and Public Works, Raimundo do Rosário, has reaffirmed that he has had no confirmation as to when Qingmao Checkpoint, the new border connecting

Courts | One found guilty in attack on lawyer Jorge Menezes

One of the two assailants who attacked lawyer Jorge Menezes has been sentenced to one year and nine months of imprisonment, the Court of First Instance announced

Corruption | Graftbuster finds final proof in IPIM residency vetting case

The former president of the Board of Directors of the Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM), Jackson Chang, was placed in preventive custody last week

Forum | Cloud computing from Macau arrives in Cape Verde

With Huawei already a key player in Cape Verde’s IT sector, Macau-based tech company Bringbuys Web Technology is taking firm strides to establish itself in the archipelago,

Arts | Legendary kung fu choreographer receives NYC award

Yuen Woo-ping, a renowned martial arts choreographer and film director from Hong Kong, was honored in New York City this week for his extraordinary contributions to

Shenzhen Immigration sets record high of over 1 million visitors

China’s largest port city Shenzhen registered over 130 million entry-exit persons in the first half of the year, up 7.2% year on year, the southern Chinese

Football | Guangzhou Evergrande deny José Mourinho report

Chinese Super League giants Guangzhou Evergrande on Friday denied reports that José Mourinho would take charge of the club. A Source close to the Evergrande

Hong Kong | Students reject Chief Executive’s private talks appeal

Hong Kong students refused a meeting with the Chief Executive Carrie Lam, dealing her China-backed government another setback to its efforts to avert further mass protests.

Hong Kong | Protesters aim to take message to mainland Chinese

Thousands of people, many wearing black shirts and some carrying British flags, were marching in Hong Kong yesterday, targeting a mainland Chinese audience as a month-old protest

Tourism | In Phuket, Indian juggernaut rides to rescue as China visits wane

Thailand’s struggling tourism industry is finding support with visitors from the population colossus to its west, just as the years of bumper arrivals from the giant

Aviation | India Modi renews vow to sell Air India after last attempt flopped

India will revive plans to sell Air India Ltd., after an attempt to partially exit the loss-making carrier failed to find a single buyer last year.

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