Cultural consultant wants fund for Macau’s translation work

Ieng Weng Fat, a member of the Cultural Consultative Committee of the government, wants an exclusive fund to support Macau’s translation work with full force. During yesterday’s

Briefs | Overcharging dropped 95.48% in July 

In July, 61 taxi offences were recorded by the Public Security Police Force, representing 88.16% decrease compared to July 2018.  The marked decrease is said to be related to


The Avenida de Almeida Ribeiro, commonly known by its Chinese “short name” San Ma Lo (New Road), is the main avenue in the heart of the Peninsula.

Universal suffrage a consensus between democrats and Ho Iat Seng

Pro-democracy New Macau Association (ANM) met with Chief Executive (CE) sole-candidate Ho Iat Seng yesterday. The democrats brought along a total of eight requests, covering five areas,

Candidate admits that enhancing national education needs time 

The almost-next Chief Executive of Macau, Ho Iat Seng, has admitted that enhancing national education in Macau needs time and should not be rushed. Earlier this week,

Ho says ‘sharing pork barrel’ not his style

Chief Executive candidate Ho Iat Seng has said that sharing “pork barrel” is not part of his personality, stressing that he will do his job fairly.

TSI rules against extradited suspect

The Court of Second Instance (TSI) has ruled against a defendant who tried to appeal the decision of the local courts regarding crimes committed by him

A night at the museum

A one-off nocturnal opening and tour session at the Macao Museum in October is under consideration, disclosed Loi Chi Pang, director of the museum. As for whether

Smart City | Transportation system needs AI development progress, experts say

The SAR has taken several initiatives in the field of artificial intelligence such as establishing a partnership with Alibaba Cloud on the project of Smart

Gaming | Galaxy posts improvement in Q2, after challenging start to 2019

Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) announced its second-quarter financial results yesterday. While net revenue is still down compared to last year, the latest quarter has shown some improvement

Macau trial to start in September | Hao asks for USD12b in lawsuit against LVS subsidiaries

A former business partner of Las Vegas Sands Corporation, Marshall Hao, has called for an increase in the amount of its claim against the Venetian Macau Ltd.,

Day 2 | Flights out of Hong Kong canceled again amid protests

Protesters severely crippled operations at Hong Kong’s international airport for a second day yesterday, forcing authorities to cancel all remaining flights out of the city after demonstrators

HK protesters show solidarity with injured woman

Protesters who have occupied Hong Kong International Airport wore bandages over one eye in a sign of solidarity with a comrade reportedly hit with a type of

HK protests Political crisis may become economic

Hong Kong’s deepening political crisis now risks becoming an economic one. After protesters brought the city’s  The short-term worry is that Hong Kong’s

Global cocktail program at Fairmont Hotels hit a new high

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, of the Accor Hotels chain, has revealed a refreshing new spin on its global line-up of masterful cocktails known as Classics Perfected 2.0: ‘The

‘Chocolate Sensations’ summer dinning at Ritz-Carlton

This summer, the Ritz-Carlton Bar & Lounge is offering the Chocolate Sensations Afternoon Tea Set, featuring a range of chocolate delights made from premium cocoa beans to showcase

Xi gets tougher on Trump after new tariff threat

Facing another U.S. tariff hike, Chinese President Xi Jinping is getting tougher with Washington instead of backing down. Beijing fired what economists called a “warning

Australia | Man accused of killing woman and wounding another

A knife-wielding man with a history of mental illness is suspected of slaying a woman in a downtown Sydney apartment before wounding another woman nearby and

Malaysia finds body near where London teen went missing

Malaysian rescuers yesterday found the body of a Caucasian female in the forest surrounding a nature resort where a 15-year-old London girl was reported missing more than

Duterte seen by public as ‘selling out’ to China, deputy says

Philippine Vice President Leni Robredo said citizens were worried Rodrigo Duterte was “selling out” to Beijing and called on the president to take a stronger stand

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