Crime | Mainlander scammed out of 210,000 yuan by her friend

Scams, fraud and theft remain among the most common types of reported crime, according to the latest cases shared by the Public Security Police (PSP), racking

Gaming | Macau Slot says illegal sports betting is hurting the sector

The operation of unlicensed betting companies in Macau is hurting the development of the sports betting sector, says local operator Macau Lottery Co., Ltd. (Macau Slot). A

Lower charges keep tourist prices stable

In the second quarter of this year, the tourist price index (TPI) has held mostly stable, registering only a slight drop of 1.4% year-on-year, information from the Statistics and

Macao Smart Hotel Awards applications now open

Organized by the Macao Post and Telecommunications Bureau in collaboration with the Macao Government Tourism Office and the Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Center, the 2019 Macao Smart Hotel

Briefs | 21 roadwork projects planned for summer

During the summer vacation, 21 roadwork projects will be carried out on main streets across town, the Transport Bureau (DSAT) announced yesterday. Nine projects will begin this month,

Mainlanders want Macau license recognition for driving benefits abroad

Local people are worried that mainland residents will cause more car accidents in Macau once the mutual driving license recognition between mainland China and the SAR

Taxi groups to send fare rise proposal to gov’t

Ten taxi groups say they will send a formal proposal to the local government once a consensus on raising fares has been reached. Previously, the Taxi

Napoleon the center of Bastille Day celebration this year

The Consul-General of France in Hong Kong and Macau, Alexandre Giorgini, made a dedicated reference to Napoleon Bonaparte in his speech at an event held yesterday to

Legislature by-election to be held Nov 24

The government announced yesterday that a Legislative Assembly (AL) by-election is to be held on November 24 this year. Chief Executive Chui Sai On has

Drug Control Commission calls for increased collaboration between SARs

The National Drug Control Commission of China has called on both Macau and Hong Kong to increase cooperation between their regions to strengthen the fight against

Dozens arrested as mass HK rally keeps heat on Carrie Lam

Hong Kong police arrested more than 40 people after attempts to clear the remnants of a mass anti-government march resulted in dramatic clashes with demonstrators inside a

Shenzhen | Marine life exhibition opens based on ancient book

An exhibition named “Marine Life in the Forbidden City” opened on Friday in Shenzhen. The exhibits are based on the Beijing Palace Museum’s antique - the “HAI CUO

Shenzhen | Subway sees over 20 million QR code users

More than half of subway passengers in Shenzhen are using phones and scanning to enter the transportation system, tech firm Tencent said. The total number of QR code

HKD set for longest falling streak since March 2018

The Hong Kong dollar weakened for a seventh session, its longest run of declines since March 2018, as the shelving of a large initial public offering

Disneyland makes surveillance palatable — and profitable

We’re in the heat of the summer blockbuster season, when Walt Disney Co. is taking over theaters with releases like Toy Story 4 and live-action versions of

Corporate Bits | Sands launches financing programme for SMEs

Sands China Ltd. has launched a special financing programme for its local SME suppliers in cooperation with six local banks. Through the Sands China SME Financial Support

Elections | Foxconn billionare Gou stumbles in bid for Taiwan’s presidency

Taiwan’s main opposition party snubbed billionaire Foxconn founder Terry Gou and chose a maverick mayor as its best hope of returning to power in January’s presidential

Tourism | Number of Chinese visitors to Alaska growing in recent years

Alaska is a tourism destination for a growing number of visitors from China. The Anchorage Daily News reports Alaska received relatively little notice from Chinese travelers until recent

Media hints at sanctioning US defense firms over Taiwan

Chinese state media raised the specter of backlash against U.S. companies including General Dynamics Corp. and Honeywell International Inc, as the foreign ministry warned firms would be

Susan Rice calls Chinese diplomat a ‘racist disgrace’ on Twitter

Former U.S. National Security Advisor Susan Rice sparred with a senior Chinese diplomat on Twitter in an unusual and heated dispute over race in Washington. In

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