Briefs | 3 more Hongkongers caught dealing drugs in Macau

Another three Hong Kong residents have been caught dealing drugs in Macau, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported yesterday. The three people were involved in two different cases. In

Four bureaus monitoring cholera situation at Cheoc Van

Following reports late last month on the detection of cholera bacteria in the waters of Cheoc Van Beach, the Times has inquired with four government

Higher education | UM welcomes 3,000 new students in convocation

The University of Macau (UM) yesterday held the convocation and an orientation seminar for the 2019/2020 academic year to welcome 3,000 new students as well as

International assets in banking sector decrease

At end-June 2019, the share of international assets in total banking assets decreased slightly from 86.3% at end-March 2019 to 85.9%, while the share of international

Courts | TSI denies appeal in paternity case

The Court of Second Instance (TSI) has rejected the appeal of a man who was attributed the legal paternity of a 16-year-old boy born in Taiwan by

7 days proposed for free return of purchased items

The government has proposed giving consumers seven days to decide whether or not they want to return a purchased item. Yesterday, government representatives met

Senado Square assembly called off by police

An assembly at Senado Square in central Macau called for Monday August 19 has been refused authorization by the Public Security Police Force (PSP) for “not

Fireworks contest extended by another night this year

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has invited 12 pyrotechnic teams to present firework displays themed “Duo Celebrations for Macau” to celebrate the 30th Macao International

Oxfam hopes Macau TowerRun will generate MOP1.6 million

Oxfam is organizing the Oxfam TowerRun at the Macau Tower on October 13 for the sixth consecutive year, the charity told a press conference yesterday. The application period

Hong Kong’s tycoons call for calm as protests hit fortunes

Hong Kong’s corporate elite have come off the sidelines to oppose the violent protests that have disrupted businesses in the city and slashed billions of dollars

Macanese gathering to welcome over 1,000 overseas participants

This year’s Meeting of the Macanese Communities will see a record attendance of over 1,000 participants from outside of Macau, according to the president of the

Hong Kong | Hotels in crisis as protests deter Chinese tourists

Hong Kong’s hotel industry is struggling with a collapse in bookings after thousands of protesters shut down flights from the territory’s airport this week in an escalation

HK cuts taxes to shore up economy amid protests

Hong Kong’s government announced tax cuts and higher social spending yesterday to reverse a deepening economic slump aggravated by anti-government protests and the U.S.-Chinese tariff war.

Gaming | Year after two new casinos, Atlantic City revenue up nearly 8%

A year after two new casinos opened in Atlantic City, the seaside resort’s gambling and sports betting revenue is up nearly 8%, and its top casino

Ponca Tribe of Nebraska win another legal battle over casino

The Ponca Tribe of Nebraska has scored another legal win in its fight to keep its casino in western Iowa open. U.S. District Judge Stephanie Rose this week

Grand Lisboa Hotel presents designed mooncakes

In celebration of Mid- Autumn Festival and the first edition of Art Macao, Grand Lisboa Hotel are presenting designed mooncake gift boxes this year.  Dim Sum Head

Wynn Macau makes donation to support poverty alleviation in Congjiang

In response to the Macau government’s and the Liaison Office’s call for targeted poverty relief in Mainland China, Wynn Macau  has partnered with the Macau Federal Commercial

US says Taiwan defense spending to rise with China threat

America’s top representative in Taiwan said yesterday that Washington expects the island to continue increasing its defense spending as Chinese security threats to the U.S. ally continue

Chinese Champion Huawei under fire for calling Taiwan a country

Yet another company is coming under fire for implying that Taiwan is independent from China. Only this time it’s Chinese national champion Huawei Technologies Co.

Trump tumult has gadget giants splitting along US-China lines

Even the unseasonable downpour couldn’t dampen the spirits of the executives and officials gathered on the Indonesian island of Batam to cut the ribbon on

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