Electoral commission has no comment on one-man election

The Electoral Affairs Commission of the Chief Executive Election does not wish to comment on the city’s sole-candidate election, particularly regarding suggestions of establishing a

Ask the Vet | Are Cats Allergic to Humans?

Recent studies have found a link between cats allergic to human lifestyles and conditions such as asthma. Feline allergy manifests itself in itchy skin conditions, respiratory problems and asthmatic attacks. Feline

Civil Protection Law | ‘Devil is in the detail’ say bill’s critics

Democrat lawmaker Sulu Sou has reminded the public to keep an eye on the proposed Civil Protection Bill in general, and the controversial Article 25 - more

Sonia Chan defends legality of ‘extradition agreement’ with Portugal

The agreement between Macau and Portugal on the surrender of fugitive offenders is legal and was done according to international rules and principles concerning such issues,

Ruins of St. Paul’s closed tomorrow for maintenance

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) will conduct weeding maintenance on the façade of the Ruins of St Paul’s and inspect the bronze statues of the façade from 7

Typhoon Wipha encroaches on Wushu Masters lineup

The Wushu Masters Challenge 2019, a four-day event that kicked-off on August 1 and that promised to bring the best

Tourism authority revamps website with new functionalities

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has launched its newly-designed tourism promotion website, which supports 15 languages with new and enhanced functionalities. According to a

Blog about ‘Old Macau’ reaches 1.5 million visits

Online blog Macau Antigo has had more than 1.5 million visits since its establishment in 2008, founder João Botas told the Times. The milestone comes after

Law to restrict plastic bags earmarked for legislative approval

A law that aims to restrict the use and distribution of plastic shopping bags by shops in Macau is now ready to be forwarded to the Legislative

Ella Lei calls for stricter regulations over unpaid, delayed wages

Lawmaker Ella Lei has called on the Labour Affairs Bureau to increase punishments for employers who fail to pay salaries on time, following complaints from over

Briefs | Loss of sand seen at two Macau beaches

A loss of sand has occurred at Hac Sa Beach and Cheoc Van Beach, according to the Marine and Water Bureau. Due to recent weather events, particularly wind

Unrest scares Chinese shoppers, rattles luxury CEOs

For Anna Lee, shopping in Hong Kong isn’t the carefree experience it used to be. The 21-year-old student from the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen

Hong Kong protesters and police face off in familiar cycle

Demonstrators in Hong Kong moved en masse to a luxury shopping district last night after riot police used tear gas to clear out an area they

Trump lauded by Global Times for adopting China rhetoric

President Donald Trump labeled recent protests in Hong Kong as “riots,” adopting the language used by Chinese authorities and suggesting the U.S. would stay out of

Putin’s pledge to ditch the US dollar is becoming a reality

Russia is acting on a pledge by President Vladimir Putin to shrink the role of dollar in international trade as tensions sour between Washington and Moscow.

Vegan ice cream hurt by climate change as coconut supply at risk

Vegan ice cream is a hot commodity these days. But violent storms that have devastated farms in Southeast Asia are are threatening to take away

Trump says things going ‘well’ with China after new tariff shock

President Donald Trump said “things are going along very well with China,” two days after his move to threaten tariffs on hundreds of millions of dollars in

Family told dead scholar’s body may be in landfill

The family of a visiting Chinese scholar whose body was never recovered after a former University of Illinois doctoral student kidnapped and killed her has been

State media refutes Trump on tariffs, fentanyl

The latest tariff move by the U.S. has “seriously breached” the truce that Presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping agreed in Japan in late June and isn’t

Snubbed by North Korea, Pompeo hits other Asian turbulence

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo left Thailand on Saturday with his hopes for resuming nuclear talks with North Korea dashed, while facing an escalating trade

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