China crackdown on Philippine casinos to hit property shares

China urged the Philippines to stop its casinos from hiring Chinese citizens as part of a wider crackdown on cross-border gambling and illegal funds flow, a

Ng Lap Seng has appeal turned down

A local billionaire convicted of bribing two United Nations ambassadors so he could build a large-scale conference center in Macau has had his appeal turned down by the

Ask the Vet | What causes asthma in dogs?

Asthma in dogs is a condition that affects the respiratory system, especially the bronchi, causing coughing. This condition is an allergic reaction, which is due to different

Briefs | ‘Greater Bay is here,’ says Mak Soi Kun

In a recent discussion at the Legislative Assembly (AL), lawmaker Mak Soi Kun criticized an idea raised several times by government officials: that the younger

HKZMB criticized for letting the tourists out too quickly

After constant praise from almost all sectors in Macau in the initial months after its opening, the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (HKZMB) is now becoming the source

AL committee condemns suspected copying of 2018 report

The Follow-up Committee of Public Administration Affairs of the Legislative Assembly (AL) has condemned the Macau SAR government for its laziness in the making of the

Briefs | AIPIM to distribute safety packs to members

The Macau Portuguese and English Press Association (AIPIM) is going to make safety packs available to its members who are required to cover news on the protests in

Ho Iat Seng open to cash handout ‘refinement’

The sole candidate for the Chief Executive election, Ho Iat Seng said on Saturday that he was open to a refinement of the decade-old annual Wealth Partaking

Briefs | Restoration works begin on Dom Pedro V Theatre

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) will be conducting restoration works on Dom Pedro V Theatre and the retention walls of Calçada do Teatro starting today. The IC will

MUST research | The Guangdong rivals and friends who roamed Macau and Shanghai

Guangdong natives Zheng Guanying, who made Macau’s Mandarin’s House well- known by residing in it, and Chinese reformer Tong King-sing were active supporters and important practitioners in

Housing tops Macau’s livelihood concerns

The Think Tank of United Citizens and the City University of Macau’s joint report on livelihood issues for the past 20 years has indicated that Macau residents are

1.36 million credit cards in use in first half-year

The total number of personal credit cards issued by banks in Macau stood at 1.36 million at the end of June 2019, an increase of 2% over

IFT launches contemporary art exhibition

The Institute for Tourism Studies (IFT) has launched the exhibition “Reunion” at its Educational Restaurant as part of the SAR’s mega art project, Art Macao. Curated

HSBC’s top China executive resigns, capping week of turmoil

The head of HSBC Holdings Plc’s key China business resigned, the latest senior management change in a week that saw Europe’s largest lender oust its

China to inspect property loan policies in Shenzhen

China will launch a targeted inspection on banks’ property-related businesses in 32 cities including Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, to see whether their credit policies are in

As HK protesters scatter, residents take their place

After the protesters evacuated, residents took their place. In one Hong Kong neighborhood on Saturday, riot police fired multiple rounds of tear gas, prompting demonstrators to flee after

Hong Kong | Carrie Lam says priority is to stop violence

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said Friday her priority is to “stop the violence” rather than make political concessions as the city’s two-month-long protest movement pressed

Technology | Huawei unveils phone system that could replace Android

Huawei Technologies Co. took the wraps off its “HarmonyOS” operating system Friday, offering the first glimpses of in-house software that may someday replace Google’s Android and

CEM and Women’s Association hold seminar on energy saving

Companhia de Electricidade de Macau (CEM) and the Women’s General Association of Macau (AGMM) held a seminar on “Energy Saving and Safety” yesterday, attracting over 160 participants. The seminar

MGM distributes typhoon kits to the community

MGM has worked with three different local associations in preparing for typhoon season. More than 400 emergency kits have been handed out to small-and- medium-size enterprises in low-lying

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