Coutinho doubtful Ho Iat Seng will make senior officials more accountable

As the time approaches for sole Chief Executive candidate Ho Iat Seng to step into office, José Pereira Coutinho hopes that the new government can

Retailers, restaurants expected business to improve over summer

Macau’s business climate was mixed in June, as restaurants seemed to fare better but retailers reported revenue decline. According to the latest survey, both sectors anticipated

Briefs | CCTV facial recognition will abide by the law

Macau’s security authority has affirmed that facial recognition functions in some of the city’s CCTV surveillance cameras will abide by personal data laws. According to the Office for

The protest that never was | Tense police presence in Senado Square clamps down on any signs of activity

Macau security forces deployed at least six police minibuses as well as dozens of officers - some uniformed and others wearing plain clothes - to prevent

Mainland netizens praise Macau patriotism after rejected protest

Chinese social media users have expressed their opinions on the “patriotism” of the Macau people and their “excellence” in youth education after the demonstration concerning Hong

Taiwan universities want more students from Macau

The number of Hong Kong and Macau students studying in Taiwan has been decreasing over the past four years, and Taiwanese universities are calling on their

Philippine official lashes out at Chinese ambassador on alleged spies

The Philippines has given assurances that it has no Filipino spies in China and that its compatriots are only there to work under legitimate Chinese visas.

Southeast Asia pulls back on online gambling as China rages

Southeast Asian countries are moving against their lucrative online gambling industries amid pressure from China to clamp down on a practice that’s ballooned due to demand

From Indonesia to Macau: the adventures and misfortunes of a migrant worker

Few families and companies in Macau can say that they do not rely on the help of non-resident workers, in one way or another. Seeking to

China figures Shenzhen for ‘socialist demonstration area’

Beijing is planning to develop the neighboring city of Shenzhen into a pilot demonstration area for socialism with Chinese characteristics, according to state media. Shenzhen

HK bakery’s mooncakes carry protest movement slogans

A Hong Kong bakery is doing its part to support the city’s pro-democracy protest movement by making mooncakes with a message. At Wah Yee Tang, the

Macau | UM hosts western Greater Bay technology alliance forum

The University of Macau played host to an inauguration ceremony yesterday for an alliance of technology-focused institutions from across the western side of the Greater Bay

Hong Kong | Protesters change tactics at huge, peaceful demonstration

Hong Kong streets were turned into rivers of umbrellas on Sunday as hundreds of thousands of people marched through heavy rain down a major road in

Briefs | Guangdong: Walmart to add 100 stores in next five years

Retail giant Walmart is expected to add 100 new stores in south China’s Guangdong Province in the next five years, according to the Shenzhen Special Zone Daily. The

Thailand growth weakest since 2014 as trade war bites

Thailand’s economy grew at the slowest pace in almost five years in the second quarter as exports and tourism were buffeted by U.S.-China trade tensions

Thai luxury developer says HK protests are good for sales

Two months of increasingly chaotic protests in Hong Kong are driving investment money out of the city and into Thailand’s ultra-luxury condominiums, according to one of

Will Pan Alpha bringing ‘Coming Home’ concert tour to Macau

The 2019 Will Pan Alpha “Coming Home” Concert Tour in Macau will be held at The Venetian Macao’s Cotai Arena on October 5. Tickets go on sale today

Breitling reopens boutique at The Venetian Macao

Hong Kong – Swiss watchmaker Breitling yesterday celebrated the reopening of its boutique at The Venetian Macao. Spanning 1,110 square feet, the store is located in The Venetian Macao’s

Gov’t lashes out at Taiwan over Hong Kong asylum offer

China lashed out at Taiwan on yesterday over its offer of political asylum to participants in Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protest movement, a day after hundreds of

Chinese pop stars publicly back Beijing on Hong Kong

At least eight pop stars from mainland China and one each from Taiwan and Hong Kong are publicly stating their support for Beijing’s one-China policy,

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