Lucky draw suspected of illegal gambling

An online food take- away platform has been charged with “illegal organization” in accordance with the city’s law related to illegal gambling, the Judiciary Police (PJ)

New crime proposed to tackle fraudulent mobile base stations

The Executive Council has completed its discussions on the computer crime bill amendment, having suggested the establishment of a specific crime for fraudulent mobile base stations.


Macau’s most famous landmark, the Ruins of St. Paul’s, seen in two pictures almost 150 years apart. The historical photo dates back to circa 1870 and

Football | Southampton beats Guangzhou R&F in Macau celebratory match

The English team of Southampton Football Club has won the Macau International Football Tournament organized by the local government as part of the celebrations of the 20th anniversary

Martial Arts | Mad Dog Xu continues on mission to ‘expose fake masters’

Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) fighter Xu Xiaodong, also known as “Mad Dog” Xu, has been attracting a lot of attention in the past few months,

Air Koryo to resume flights after nearly 20 years

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, more commonly known as North Korea, is strengthening its ties with Macau, with flights between the two places approved to

Suspicious package found to be harmless

A suspicious package was found in the airport cargo building during the cargo security screening yesterday at 1 p.m. which was immediately reported to the Public Security Police

Briefs | Lawmaker urges more supervision of online betting

Lawmaker Lam Lon Wai has asked about the necessity of establishing laws to regulate the illegal operation of gambling websites. In his written inquiry to the government, Lam

Labor authority to hold youth employment fair

The Labor Affairs Bureau (DSAL) announced yesterday that an employment fair focusing on the youth population will be held this weekend. This is the second edition of the

Two UM scholars receive int’l tourism awards

Two scholars from the University of Macau (UM) have received awards in two different international tourism conferences for their research papers. Jacey Choe, an

Taipa Market neighbors worried about refurbishment

The ongoing expansion work of the Taipa Market may be behind schedule, local Chinese newspaper Macao Daily has reported. The expansion is intended to add

Trump says China’s Xi ‘acted responsibly’

President Donald Trump said China’s Xi Jinping “acted responsibly” after seven weekends of demonstrations in Hong Kong and new fears that protesters and the China-backed government are heading toward

Hong Kong | Six men, some with triad links, held over mob attack

Hong Kong police have detained six men, some with links to triads, following a violent attack on pro-democracy protesters at a subway station that saw dozens injured.

Hunger games ride anchors edgy, new adult theme park in Hengqin

The Hunger Games has sold over 100 million books and nearly $3 billion in movie tickets, but the tale of children fighting to the death in

Hong Kong | Cathay adds budget carrier to group after buying HK Express

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. completed the acquisition of Hong Kong’s only budget carrier as the company expects to lift its market share amid growing competition from mainland

Food & Beverage | Best Japanese wine made from koshu grapes: white, sparkling

Inside a 19th-century silk merchant’s house in Katsunuma, Japan, about 70 miles west of central Tokyo, the three Aruga brothers are pouring several white wines in

Corporate Bits | CEM to offer tariff reduction to some users

Macau’s sole electricity supplier, CEM, has announced a decrease in the Tariff Clause Adjustment (TCA) in the third quarter of 2019 for CEM’s Tariff Groups A, B and

Li Peng, Chinese premier during Tiananmen crackdown, dies

Li Peng, a former hard-line Chinese premier best known for announcing martial law during the 1989 Tiananmen Square pro-democracy protests that ended with a bloody crackdown by

The mysterious state oil trader hit by US sanctions

The Chinese state-owned oil trading company  Even so, Zhuhai Zhenrong Co.’s reputation for doing business with Iran is well known. The company was set up

Taiwan spy chief quits over $200,000 tax-free cigarettes scandal

Taiwan’s intelligence chief quit after accusations that an agent attempted to use President Tsai Ing-wen’s overseas trip to secure some $200,000 worth of tax-free cigarettes.

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