110 million patacas in fines issued for traffic violations

In the first seven months of this year, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) issued a total of 110 million patacas worth in fines for transportation

Briefs | Fake children’s clothes found in San Ma Lou store

A clothing shop located at San Ma Lou has been found selling counterfeit products with the cartoon character Peppa Pig, according to the Macao Customs Service. A total

Number of workers in wholesale, retail trade grows 3.6%

The number of people working in the wholesale and retail trade at the end of the second quarter of 2019 rose 3.6% year-on-year, according to the

CESL Asia leads educational visit to Science Center

CESL Asia hosted the ninth iteration of “Kids Movie Day” on Wednesday, an event which forms part of the company’s corporate social responsibility program. Every year,

18,000 expected for National Day run, registrations open

Held annually since 2000, this year the 20th Chinese National Day run in Macau will be held on October 1 as part of the National

Holy House of Mercy receives Portuguese medal of merit

The Holy House of Mercy (SCMM) was awarded a medal of merit by the Secretary of State of the Portuguese Communities for their contributions to strengthening

Tourism | Bollywood actress Fatima Shaikh promotes Macau

In response to the suggestions of a research team, the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has scaled up a program which aims to use social media platforms and

Gaming | Caesars drops out of race to open a casino in Japan

Caesars Entertainment Corp. said it won’t pursue a license for a casino in Japan and will focus instead on its current business plan, including a merger with

The 13 Hotel operator still seeking new partners

The operator behind The 13 Hotel says it will continue to look for “new working partners and investors” for its Cotai project, as its losses continue

IC invites local art groups to join handover parade

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) is inviting local art groups to submit proposals to join the 2019 Macao International Parade, to be held in December.

Taishan Nuclear Power Plant reports minor incident

Macau’s Unitary Police Service received a notice yesterday, regarding an operational failure at a facility of the Taishan Nuclear Power Plant in Guangdong Province. It

Q&A | Kam Sut Leng, New Macau Association: ‘Many people unaware of link between democracy and livelihood issues’

Kam Sut Leng had been a teacher for eight years before she fully submerged herself into the political and social movement that is the New

UM research helps improve wound treatment

The University of Macau’s Faculty of Health Sciences announced that its research team has found a new technique for improving the treatment of wounds. Similar to

Briefs | Hong Kong: Activist leader attacked in restaurant

The leader of a Hong Kong group that has organized record-breaking marches during the protests was attacked by two unidentified armed and masked men, as the city braces

China rotates new troops into HK amid mass protests

China’s military deployed fresh troops to Hong Kong early yesterday in what it called a routine rotation amid speculation that it might intervene in the city’s

Hong Kong | Police ban mass weekend protest, organizer says

Hong Kong police banned a protest set for tomorrow by the organizer of previous historic mass marches, the group said, in a move that could anger

Jack Ma says 12-hour work week could be the norm

Billionaire Jack Ma, long an outspoken advocate for China’s extreme work culture, says that people should be able to work just 12 hours a week

Crypto crash prompts Bitcoin guessing game

Cryptocurrencies plunged suddenly in afternoon trading on Wednesday, spurring a guessing game of potential catalyst among enthusiasts and investors. The price of Bitcoin dropped below $10,000 for the

Beijing indicates it won’t retaliate now on new US tarriffs

China indicated that it wouldn’t immediately retaliate against the latest U.S. tariff increase announced by President Donald Trump last week, emphasizing the need to discuss ways

Detained writer urges Australia to help free him from China

A Chinese Australian writer detained in Beijing on suspicion of espionage since January has urged Australia to maintain diplomatic pressure for his release. Yang Hengjun

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