13 interested in running for Chief Executive

Another four local residents have collected application forms for the fifth Chief Executive election, meaning there are now 13 individuals interested in the position, the Electoral

Wong’s Office defends Civil Protection Law, again

The Office of the Secretary for Security has, again, clarified the definition for the crime described in the controversial Article 25 of the Civil Protection Basic Law, which establishes

Ask the Vet | Caring for a cat with herpes

The herpes cat virus causes flu-like symptoms. It’s only contagious to other domestic cats, but there’s no cure. If your cat contracts feline herpes virus, the most

70-day maternity leave considered discriminatory

President Vong Hin Fai of the Third Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly said the body supports compensated leave unanimously, but opinions vary on maternity leave,

Laborers threaten to jump from building in wages protest

On July 18, nearly a dozen construction workers started a standoff on top of a future residential building in Cotai to protest against unfair compensation by

Migrant worker seeks compensation following work accident

A migrant worker from the Philippines is seeking compensation after an accident at his work led to the amputation of his leg in October 2018. As reported

Briefs | Poppy flowers seized from flower shop

The Judiciary Police (PJ) seized 50 poppy flowers from a flower shop located in the central district of the Macau peninsula. The pair that owned the shop were

Two lawmakers apply for legislative hearing on bureau head

Directly-elected lawmakers Sulu Sou and José Pereira Coutinho have jointly submitted a request to hold a legislative hearing on Mi Jian, director of the Policy Research

Community shopping festival encourages spending on the islands

A shopping festival encouraging people to spend money in Taipa and Coloane officially opened on Saturday. It is the first event of a series of shopping festivals

Cape Verde is made ‘guest country’ of Macau International Fair

Cape Verde will be the guest country of the 24th edition of the Macau International Trade Fair (24MIF), with the participation of Cabo Verde Trade Invest, led by Ana

Las Vegas | MGM is said to weigh sale-leaseback of top resorts like Bellagio

MGM Resorts International, the largest operator of casinos in Las Vegas, is exploring the sale and leaseback of iconic properties such as Bellagio, according to people

Gaming regulator carries out ‘lightning’ inspections

The city’s gaming regulator says it has been carrying out surprise inspections of junket-controlled rooms at Macau casinos in order to crack down on any illegal activity.

MGTO campaign receives 2019 PATA Grand Award

The “Experience Macau Food Truck in Los Angeles” promotional campaign rolled out by the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) last year won the Grand Award in the

Tens of thousands march through Hong Kong in week six

Tens of thousands of Hong Kong protesters marched through the city center to various locations including government headquarters and Beijing’s liaison office, ignoring a police-approved end point

A new roadmap to ‘world-class’ Greater Bay by 2035

The government of Guangdong is hoping that the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area will achieve its goal of becoming a “world-class urban circle” within the

Seasoned protesters | From hand signals to post-it notes

Hong Kong’s youth are no rookies when it comes to protests. The city’s young activists have fine-tuned their strategies since Occupy Central in 2014, a months-long

In the City of Love, mass tourism troubles Parisian hearts

Every day on Boulevard Saint Michel, near the Notre-Dame Cathedral in the heart of Paris’s Latin Quarter, buses unload thousands of tourists. Armed with selfie

Tech | EU assessing security risks to 5G that could include Huawei

The European Union said it may deem certain 5G suppliers a security risk, noting that Chinese law requires domestic companies to collaborate with intelligence agencies. The

Beijing steps up defense of Xinjiang policies in gov’t report

China issued a defense of its policies in the Xinjiang region where its detention of ethnic Uighurs has drawn criticism from the U.S. and other western nations.

US concerned over China’s ‘interference’ in South China Sea

The United States said it’s concerned by reports of China’s interference with oil and gas activities in the disputed waters of the South China Sea, where Vietnam

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