Ho Iat Seng holds marathon visits

Chief Executive election candidate Ho Iat Seng has paid visit to and received about two dozen organizations across the city in the past week, according to

Nine people in CE running

Nine people have already obtained the application form for the Chief Executive election, the Electoral Affairs Commission reported on Friday. Four of these people

New legislature leader expected by Wednesday

A new president for the Legislative Assembly (AL) is to be expected to be decided by the middle of the week. As the law states, a new president should

Ask the Vet | 10 Dog Cleaning Supplies

With the right dog cleaning equipment, you can keep your house and car clean and fresh smelling, without limiting your dog to one room and no family

Suncity to adopt Macau law for global operations

Local junket operator Suncity Group says it will apply Macau law to all of its overseas operations, in this way hoping to prevent a repeat of

Philippine online casinos ‘legal and here to stay’

Online casino centers are under construction north and south of the Philippine capital to cash in on the booming gaming sector, the nation’s gaming regulator Andrea Domingo

Briefs | Lawmakers help Chinese-American reconnect with lost brother

Lawmakers Mak Soi Kun and Zheng Anting claim to have helped a Chinese man, surnamed Ng, living in the U.S. reconnect with his younger brother after the pair

Culture | Macao Int’l Book Fair clears 40% of books

Four in every 10 books exhibited during the Macao International Book Fair 2019 were sold during the four-day event, according to organizers. They also said that

Five Macau films to attract Greater Bay investment

Five local film productions have been picked by a panel to be presented in the Greater Bay Area for investment, announced the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC).

One year later, Canidrome still waiting for better days

One year since it closed its doors to dog races, the Macau Canidrome is showing signs of abandonment and decay. Host to the occasional

500 local youth sent to China on national education mission

A total of 500 young local residents have kicked off their visits across five Chinese provinces on an initiative described by the Chief Executive (CE) as a

Gov’t pledges mainland social credit system not for Macau

The Policy Research and Regional Development Bureau (DSEPDR) issued a statement on Friday clarifying that Macau will not adopt the mainland’s social credit system.

IFT ranks 3rd in greater China for hospitality and management

The Institute for Tourism Studies (IFT) has ranked third in the greater China region in terms of the subject “Hospitality and Management,” according to the 2019 Shanghai

Hong Kong turmoil has millionaires eyeing other wealth havens

Private bankers are being flooded with inquiries from investors in Hong Kong who are worried about the long-term effects of the political crisis in the

Police fight with protesters amid rising tensions in Hong Kong

Police in Hong Kong fought with protesters last night as they broke up a demonstration by thousands of people demanding the resignation of the semi-autonomous Chinese territory’s

Hong Kong | Demonstrators get creative with war of the walls

Hong Kong public walls have become the latest flashpoints between anti-extradition bill demonstrators and those opposed to the protest, with three people arrested in clashes at message

Trump touts his Scottish, Irish golf courses in Twitter repost

Donald Trump provided some free advertising for his golf courses in Scotland and Ireland on Saturday by highlighting a television commercial scheduled to run during next

Property | These are the countries most at risk of housing bubbles

Canada and New Zealand are the most vulnerable economies to a correction in house prices, with Australia and the U.K. also drawing concern, according to new research

James Murdoch makes largest deal yet with bet on virtual reality

James Murdoch, heir to billionaire media magnate Rupert Murdoch, has added the biggest reported investment yet to his closely watched portfolio: a bet on the virtual-reality

Taiwan defends US arms deal after China sanctions threat

Taiwan on Saturday defended a proposal to purchase USD2.2 billion in arms from the U.S., following a Chinese announcement that it would sanction any American companies involved

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