Patriotic youth visits wrap up today

The “Walking Together in the New Era” youth exchange trip to mainland cities, led by the city’s Chief Executive Chui Sai On and the five secretaries,

Australia’s trade with the SAR continues to grow, says Consul

The Australian Consulate General in Hong Kong and Macau held a reception yesterday at the Military Club of Macau, celebrating the relationship between Australia and the

Macau taxi driver says he won’t take HK ‘independence dogs’

A taxi driver in Macau has put up signs inside his vehicle expressing negative sentiments towards some Hong Kong protesters, calling them “independence dogs”. According to a

Macau placed under Irish travel alert

Macau may have been accidentally placed under a travel warning by Ireland. The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of the Republic of Ireland

Consulate confirms HK hype for Portuguese documents

The Consulate of Portugal in Macau and Hong Kong (CGPMHK) has confirmed that they are receiving “a lot of requests” from Hong Kong citizens seeking information

Briefs | 127 Macau students in military training in Zhuhai

A total of 127 Macau local middle school students are attending a seven-day military training program in Zhuhai. Led by Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ) Director Lao

Private housing should not be forgotten, says JLL Macau

Real estate services firm Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) Macau is calling on the government to attend to the current private housing situation, which currently has

Artists open trinity painter exhibition

An exhibition featuring three painters of different backgrounds was opened yesterday at the UNESCO Centre of Macao. It will run from now until July 29.

Sports ‘Biggest Wushu event in Macau’ kicks off

The Eighth Edition of the Macau International Wushu Festival kicked off yesterday at an opening ceremony presided over by the Chairman of the Macau Chinese

MFE returns tomorrow with exhibitors from 11 countries

The Macao Franchise Expo (MFE) 2019 returns to The Venetian Macao starting tomorrow and running until July 28, attracting some 180 branded enterprises from the Macau

Briefs | Macau airport sets up Jiangmen service center

The Macau International Airport (MIA) has recently set up its second service center in the Greater Bay Area, according to a press release by the MIA. The launching

China urges US to remove ‘black hand’ from Hong Kong protests

China said the U.S. should remove its “black hand” from Hong Kong’s protests, in some of its most pointed criticism yet against what it says is

Nissan says report of 90% plunge in profit is ‘broadly accurate’

Nissan Motor Co. said a media report that the company’s operating profit dropped about 90% last quarter was “broadly accurate,” in the latest indication that pressure is building

Malaysia Airlines gets Morgan Stanley as adviser

Khazanah Nasional Bhd. has hired Morgan Stanley to look at strategic options for Malaysia Airlines Bhd., according to an official in the prime minister’s department. The investment bank

Beijing says US ‘power politics’ undermines global stability

China yesterday accused the United States of undermining global stability with unilateral policies and “power politics” as the Defense Ministry issued the first comprehensive outline of

Melco’s management team lead volunteering efforts to benefit community

Melco Resorts and Entertainment endeavors to make its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs sustainable by integrating social and community issues into its business strategy. Volunteering

Alibaba lets US small, medium businesses sell on platform

China’s e-commerce juggernaut Alibaba will allow small and medium-sized U.S. businesses to sell on U.S. businesses, until Tuesday, were only able to buy merchandise

FBI Chief says China’s trying to ‘steal their way’ to dominance

FBI Director Christopher Wray told senators that China is engaging in a sweeping effort to steal its way to economic dominance, with more than 1,000 investigations

Chinese military denies it has deal to build base in Cambodia

The Chinese military denied reports that it recently signed a secret deal to build a military outpost in coastal Cambodia. Speaking during the release of

India | Catholic priests protest cardinal’s return

India’s Catholic Church, already rocked by allegations that a bishop raped a nun, is facing an uprising by hundreds of priests against one of the country’s four

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