Minimum wage policy discriminatory, says legal advisor

A legal advisor to the Legislative Assembly (AL) considers the exclusion of disabled workers and domestic helpers from the city’s minimum wage policy to be “discriminatory,” according to

Briefs | Lawmaker wants incentives for budget hotels

Lawmaker Lam Lon Wai has asked the government for more measures to encourage investors to open budget hotels in Macau. In his written inquiry to the government, Lam

MUST planetary scientists publish study

A study conducted by a group of professors led by Meng-Hua Zhu, associate professor of the State Key Laboratory of Lunar and Planetary Sciences at Macau University of

Real estate loan approvals soar 50%

New approvals of real estate loans soared more than 50% higher in May 2019 compared with a month earlier, the latest data released by the Monetary Authority

TrailHiker 2019 slots sell out on same day

Registration for the MGM Macau Eco TrailHiker 2019 had sold out yesterday as of 7 p.m., with all 650 team spaces fully booked.

Eco water bottles too small for police use, say officers

There are several reasons that the reusable water bottle distributed by the Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA) has proved unpopular among Public Security Police Force (PSP) officers,

Gaming | Wynn Resorts unveils plans for $2 billion art museum in Macau

Wynn Resorts Ltd. unveiled plans for a USD2 billion (MOP16.1 billion) expansion of its properties in Macau, including a theater and museum in the world’s largest gambling

Embraer showcases newest E195-E2 aircraft in the SAR

Brazilian aerospace firm Embraer has brought its newest Profit Hunter jet – the E195-E2 – to Macau, showcasing the “TechLion” livery that covers the aircraft’s

‘Eyes in the Sky’ costs 104,000 patacas per case investigated

The “Eyes in the Sky” surveillance system introduced in 2016 by security forces in Macau has so far cost the public purse a total of MOP282

HKZMB port building recognized in architecture awards

The Hong Kong- Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (HKZMB) Hong Kong Port Passenger Clearance Building (HK PCB) has been listed in the Special Mentions of the 2019 Architizer A+ Awards,

Parents of Hong Kong protester who died urge others to live

The parents of a Hong Kong man who plunged to his death after putting up banners against divisive extradition legislation urged young people yesterday to stay alive

Hong Kong | China throws support behind Carrie Lam ahead of new protest

China’s top official in Hong Kong said Beijing “fully supports” embattled leader Carrie Lam’s efforts to safeguard social order, as protesters vowed to continue the mass marches

Real Estate Matters | Property tax and an uncertain future?

Juliet Risdon is a Director of JML Property and a property investor.  Having established the company in 1994, JML Property offers Investment Property & Homes. It specializes

HSBC key target prone to manipulation by managers, auditors said

HSBC Holdings Plc’s auditors cautioned top executives that pressure to meet earnings targets gave managers an incentive to massage their numbers. The warning contained

China blasts 22-nation letter criticizing Xinjiang policies

China yesterday attacked a statement by 22 Western countries at the United Nations urging it to stop holding members of its Muslim population in detention centers,

Shanghai | Billionaire reportedly arrested over child molestation

Prosecutors in Shanghai have formally arrested two people over child molestation allegations, with state media identifying one as a prominent real estate developer. The case

In ‘The Farewell,’ a family drama straddling East and West

Film director Lulu Wang knew her pitch for “The Farewell” was unconventional. She wanted to make an autobiographical drama about the time when, in 2013, her

Taiwan president heads to Caribbean with US stops

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen departed yesterday for a four-country state visit to the Caribbean with stops in the United States on the way there and back.

Diplomatic row | South Korea seeks US help in bitter trade spat with Japan

South Korea is seeking U.S. help in a bitter diplomatic row with fellow American ally Japan over its moves to tighten controls on high-tech exports. The

JAXA says space probe landed on asteroid to get soil sample

A Japanese spacecraft landed on a distant asteroid and collected underground samples that scientists hope will provide clues to the origin of the solar system billions of years

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