Democrat lawmaker urges for Penha Hill conservation

In his recent interpellation, lawmaker Sulu Sou questioned the government about its plans to conserve the UNESCO World Heritage site of the Historic Centre of

Briefs | Leong Sun Iok asks about government subsidy for LRT

Lawmaker Leong Sun Iok has queried the local government about the Light Rapid Transit (LRT) fares as well as government subsidies to support the fares. Leong urged the

20 mainland shows to educate on patriotism

On Friday, the National Radio and Television Administration of China gave 20 “excellent mainland TV programs” to TDM for free to educate Macau local residents and

Alert issued for tropical depression

The Macau Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau (SMG) issued a special alert yesterday about possible unstable weather in the coming week due to an incubating low-pressure area

Civil Protection Law | New Macau releases petition results calling for ‘rumor offence’ withdrawal

The New Macau Association (ANM) issued a statement yesterday calling again for the government to withdraw the “rumor offence” provision in the proposed Civil Protection Law, after

Secretary for Security confirms rumors to be punished by two laws

The Office of the Secretary for Security has clarified in a statement that the crime of spreading rumors that has alarmed the public in Article 31

Crime | Student modifies backpack to take 15,000 illegal photos of women

A local 20-year-old man is being charged by the police for the unlawful collection of photographs and videos that invade the privacy of women in Macau. According to

Migrant amputee to meet with DSAL today

The employer of the Filipino migrant worker whose leg was amputated due to an accident at his workplace is set to meet again with the Labour Affairs

Macau Int’l Airport | Check-in now closes one hour before flight

Taiwanese low-cost carrier, Tigerair Taiwan, issued a notice on its social media page, noting that the company has been required by the Macau International Airport to close

Crown Resorts facing probe after links to Chinese triads made known

Crown Resorts may be investigated by Australia’s parliament after reports that an Asian crime syndicate allegedly laundered money through the Melbourne- based company’s casinos. The

AmCham urges action to quell growing business concerns

The American Chamber of Commerce’s Hong Kong chapter urged government action to address grievances underlying the city’s recent unrest, saying steps must be taken to

Four locals turned away from HK, questioned by Macau police

Four Macau residents were denied entry to Hong Kong on Sunday, possibly because some of them were wearing black shirts and were believed traveling to

Macau writer insists tourists need not stay away

Alvis Sio, a Macau writer working in Hong Kong’s media industry, has written an  article for Stand News telling “friends from Macau” that “Hong Kong

China warns Hong Kong unrest goes ‘far beyond’ peaceful protest

China warned that Hong Kong’s unrest had gone “far beyond” peaceful protest, after a chaotic weekend of tear gas and clashes illustrated the government’s struggle to quell

Extreme work cults, 15-hour weeks and Nordic CEO vacation habits

By about 2030, people will probably only work 15 hours a week. It seems clear now that the famous prediction, made by John Maynard

Genting climbs after settling with Disney, Fox on theme park

Casino operator Genting Malaysia Bhd. will use some 21st Century Fox Inc. intellectual property for a theme park near Kuala Lumpur after resolving a dispute

12-year sentence for China dissident on state secrets charge

Chinese dissident Huang Qi has been sentenced to 12 years in prison on the charge of leaking secrets to a foreign entity, more than two years after

Gov’t: US demand of WTO shows ‘arrogance and selfishness’

China has accused Washington of “arrogance and selfishness” after President Donald Trump added to trade strains with Beijing by pressing for the World Trade Organization to

Jack Ma’s $290b loan machine is changing Chinese banking

Jack Ma’s online bank is leading a quiet revolution in the way China lends to small businesses, taking aim at a credit bottleneck that has held

Japan-Korea trade spat to intensify with new export limits

Antagonisms between South Korea and Japan are already at the boiling point. They’re bound to deepen with Tokyo’s plan to expand controls over exports of sensitive materials

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