Ho Iat Seng | CE candidate promises to appeal to all 400 electors

Chief Executive election candidate Ho Iat Seng told the media that he would not stop at the 66-nomination benchmark, pledging to work diligently to collect as many

Briefs | Property prices edge up, led by Macau Peninsula

The overall residential property price index for the three-month period of March to May 2019 increased 0.9% from the previous period (February to April) to 268.3, according to

Macau passport drops on list of most powerful

The Macau SAR passport ranked number 36 in the most powerful passport index analyzed by Henley & Partners, six places down from the previous report in the

EWTN will start on Macau Cable channel 28 from August 15

Eternal World Television Network (EWTN) will start to broadcast in Macau through the Macau Cable Television Company Limited (MCTV) on channel 28 from August 15. The

Macau roller hockey team beats China 14-0

The Macau national roller hockey team inflicted a painful defeat on the Chinese National team when they met on Sunday at the World Roller Games 2019,

Alexis Tam leads delegation to UNESCO session

Macau’s Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam, recently led a delegation from the local government to attend the 43rd session of the UNESCO World Heritage

New MUST research sheds light on historic cement factory in Ilha Verde

The story of Tong King-sing, a Chinese interpreter and businessman in the 19th century and the Ilha Verde Cement Company, the first cement company in Macau,

Minimum wage bill passes even with lawmakers divided

The minimum wage bill amendment to the city’s labor laws was passed yesterday at the Legislative Assembly (AL), amid lawmakers’ concerns for employees with disabilities and for

Domestic helpers instructive wage increases to MOP3,000

Approximately 30,000 workers will benefit from the minimum wage increase. There are 55,400 people in Macau, including non-locals, who are earning less than the newly proposed

Labor rights law amendment refused

The Legislative Assembly rejected Sulu Sou’s proposal to amend Macau’s employment policy and labor rights law. Yesterday, Sou proposed to add articles to the bill which

Hong Kong police arrest five as latest protest march turns tense

Hong Kong police arrested five people while dispersing a protest in one of the financial hub’s busiest tourist districts, the latest demonstration triggered by a proposed law

Shenzhen | One dead, three injured after construction collapse

One worker died and three were injured after a construction at a sports center collapsed in the southern Chinese municipality of Shenzhen, local authorities said yesterday. The construction

Guangdong formalizes GBA plans in new documents

The Guangdong provincial government has recently released two documents on the direction of future Greater Bay Area (GBA) development, which outline the major objectives of the

South Korean Instagrammers demand Japan boycott

Angered by Japan’s move to restrict exports of vital manufacturing materials to the country, South Koreans have taken to Instagram and other social-media platforms to show their

Singapore says it’s well-placed to ride out global slowdown

Trade-reliant Singapore is in a good position to ride out the global economy’s slowdown, with the government on track to meet its foreign investment targets this

Corporate Bits | Wynn again volunteers at Macau Holy House of Mercy’s Welfare Shop

On July 6, Wynn Macau Ltd. visited and carried out voluntary work at the Holy House of Mercy’s Welfare Shop located in Fai Chi Kei. The company also donated

Taiwan | Christian family details crackdown on church

The Sunday service this week at an unassuming church in Taiwan was especially moving for one man. It was the first time Liao Qiang had

Lawyer says Beijing prevents Australian resident from leaving

A detained Chinese-Australian writer’s wife has been refused permission to leave China six months after her husband was taken into custody, their lawyer said yesterday. Yang

In the pig plague, it pays to be a crop giant in the right place

The world’s top agricultural-commodity traders have for months stuck to the mantra they’ll benefit from a deadly pig disease roiling global markets. Just how much they’ll

Beijing blames US for Iran crisis

China has expressed regret over Iran’s breaching of the 2015 nuclear deal and blamed the United States, saying “maximum pressure” from the Trump administration, which withdrew from

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