PSP confirms call to protest HK police action in Senado Square

The Public Security Police Force has confirmed the existence of a poster that has been circulating on social media since yesterday morning, calling on the public to

Health Bureau refutes Coutinho’s allegations

The Health Bureau (SSM) has refuted allegations made in March this year by lawmaker José Pereira Coutinho in a letter to the government accusing the Bureau of

Japan minister hopes for AI cooperation with Macau

Chief Executive Chui Sai On met with Japan’s minister of state for special missions, Satsuki Katayama, on Tuesday, who is also a member of the upper house

Courts Stanley Ho’s sister-in-law acquitted of bribery in Hong Kong

A Macau businesswoman and a sister-in-law of gambling tycoon Stanley Ho has been cleared of bribery over an initial deposit on an apartment 15 years ago.

Crime | Police seize drugs hidden in book-like box

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has arrested three men in an operation in which two of the men admitted to hiding MOP60,000 worth of narcotics in a

Survey shows new immigrants have low participation in local society

A survey published by two local associations has shown that the city’s new immigrants struggle to “participate in local society” as a measure of integration in Macau,

Briefs | Market already protects helper salary, says DSAL

Deputy Director of the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) Ng Wai Han has said that the Macau market has basic protection for domestic helpers’ wages. Yesterday, Ng said that

Gov’t hopes participation in National Games will ‘build bridges’

Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam said yesterday that he hopes the participation of a Macau delegation in the 10th National Games for Persons with

Alexis Tam leads meeting on Creative City of Gastronomy

The second “Macao・ Creative City of Gastronomy” annual work meeting was held on Tuesday, led by Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam, who expressed

Gaming | Analysis Macau too crowded for more casinos?

Little information is expected from the administration on the future of Macau gaming before incumbent Chief Executive Chui Sai On hands over the keys to

Flights restart at HKIA as protesters apologize

Flights resumed at Hong Kong’s airport yesterday after two days of disruptions marked by outbursts of violence that highlight the hardening positions of pro-democracy protesters and the

Hong Kong | Satellite photos show Chinese military in Shenzhen

Satellite photos show what appear to be armored personnel carriers and other vehicles belonging to the China’s paramilitary People’s Armed Police parked in a sports complex in the

Thai air force devises contingency evacuation plan

Thailand’s military has prepared a plan to evacuate citizens living in Hong Kong in case the security situation there deteriorates. The nation’s air force is

As seen from the mainland | ‘I, too, support the Hong Kong police’ leads social media response

In the well, Taiwan wants independence; in the dream, Hong Kong wants democracy; being sober, Macau is dealing the cards,” goes a joke that has spread

China refuses US warships Hong Kong port call amid tensions

China has refused port visits to Hong Kong by two U.S. warships amid continued trade tensions and diplomatic spats between the two sides over

China says its cryptocurrency is ‘close’ to release

The People’s Bank of China is “close” to issuing its own cryptocurrency, according to a senior official. The bank’s researchers have been working intensively since

Galaxy expands Japan-Macau IR management mentorship scheme

Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) announced yesterday in a press release that it will expand the GEG Japan-Macau IR management mentorship scheme, which will commence on Monday, August 26

Wynn celebrates 20th anniversary handover this Mid-Autumn

In honor of the 20th anniversary of Macau’s return to China, Wynn Macau and Wynn Palace Cotai have designed this year’s mooncake gift boxes to feature a lotus flower

China stocks cling to tariff driven gains

Stocks in China and Hong Kong pared earlier advances as relief that the U.S. will delay imposing tariffs on some consumer goods was tempered by weak

Online army shows foreign brand who’s in charge

China’s most powerful weapon as geopolitical storm clouds gather may not be tariffs or riot police, but ordinary consumers at their keyboards. Beijing is increasingly finding

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