Macao Foundation president uses website launch to praise city’s ‘social harmony’

The Macao Foundation (FM) yesterday officially launched a new website seeking to preserve and archive Macau’s local culture and history, which will show to the


Captured from the military fort known as Fortaleza do Monte, these two photos show how the Ruins of St. Paul’s and the surrounding areas have changed over the past

Secretary Sonia Chan backed into corner over political reform

Secretary for Administration and Justice Sonia Chan appeared to back herself into a corner yesterday at the Legislative Assembly (AL), claiming that Macau would not advance

Gaming | South Shore discussing potential sale of subsidiary

An under-discussion transaction could lead South Shore Holdings to sell a 60% stake in one of its subsidiaries that owns The 13 Hotel in Cotai.

Gaming regulator clamps down on use of AI in casinos

Macau’s gaming watchdog has restricted the use of artificial intelligence tools that may help casino operators track gamblers likely to bet big, according to a report

MICE industry one of the fastest-growing sectors, says IPIM

Macau’s Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions (MICE) industry has been one of the fastest-growing emerging sectors in recent years, the Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute

Briefs | Weather, education bureaus to revive rainstorm warning

The Meteorological and Geophysics Bureau (SMG) will revive the first three-tier rainstorm warning after its prior elimination in 2004. Before that, the warning had two tiers to indicate

Heritage | IC says United Nations did not object to Guia Hill building

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) told a press conference yesterday that it had explained to the United Nations about the height of the building being built

Guangzhou finding a sense of humor at ‘Watermelon’ club

If you think what the performers say is funny, laugh out loud; but if it sucks, just heckle them with your applause,” said a comedian surnamed

Macau | Court rules in favor of residence cancellation

Macau’s Court of Second Instance (TSI) has issued a ruling against the renewal of a Hong Kong woman’s local residential permit. She had come to Macau

Shenzhen | Six million blockchain invoices issued in past year

Approximately 6 million blockchain- based invoices have been issued in the past year since the first invoice was issued in the southern metropolis of Shenzhen, authorities

Hong Kong | Stock rout enters 10th day, worst streak since 1984

Hong Kong stock investors headed for the exit as economic woes, street protests and China’s weak yuan intensified worries over potential outflows from the city.

Hong Kong | Tensions weigh on InterContinental Hotels

InterContinental Hotels Group Plc reported a slowdown in business travel in China amid a trade war with the U.S. and protests in Hong Kong. Revenue

China warns ‘those who play with fire will perish by it’

China warned yesterday that it will be “only a matter of time” before it punishes those behind two months of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong that

Marriott jumps into all-inclusive resorts with Ritz-Carlton deal

Marriott International Inc. is jumping into the all-inclusive resort business, once the domain of specialty companies that offered lodging, food and other services for a

China vows to counter US deployment of midrange arms in Asia

China said yesterday that it “will not stand idly by” and will take countermeasures if the U.S. deploys intermediate-range missiles in the Asia-Pacific region, which Washington has

Yuan falls further amid trade war fears

China allowed its currency to fall further yesterday and accused Washington of destroying the global economic order, fueling fears about increasing damage from their trade

North Korea fires more weapons, denounces US military drills

North Korea continued to ramp up its weapons demonstrations by firing two presumed short-range ballistic missiles into the sea yesterday while lashing out at the United

Malaysia uses helicopter, dogs in search for missing UK girl

Police used a helicopter and sniffer dogs yesterday in an expanded search for a 15-year-old London girl who disappeared from a Malaysian resort over the

Trump freezes Venezuelan government assets amid tensions

The Trump administration froze all Venezuelan government assets in a dramatic escalation of tensions with Nicolás Maduro that places his socialist administration alongside a short

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