‘No need to rush’ urban renewal, says Rosário

Macau’s urban renewal work will be left for the city’s next Chief Executive, Ho Iat Seng, the Secretary for Transport and Public Works Raimundo Arrais do

Middle schools awarded for energy conservation activities

Pui Va Middle School and Pui Ching Middle School have been given awards by Macau’s Office for the Development of the Energy Sector (GDSE) for being


Designed and built at the beginning of the 1960s by Alfred Victor Jorge Alvares, a Portuguese architect based in Hong Kong, Hotel Estoril was opened on November 15,

Macau Hotel Association talks tourism tax with Ho Iat Seng

The Macau Hotel Association (MHA) met yesterday with Chief Executive candidate Ho Iat Seng to discuss topics and share opinions regarding the development of the local

Ho acknowledges tourism overload problem

Sole Chief Executive candidate Ho Iat Seng has expressed his strong agreement with the sentiment that the city is overrun by tourists. Ho voiced his

Briefs | Woman smuggled pork to Macau wrapped around her waist

A woman was discovered smuggling fresh pork meat to Macau by the Macao Customs Authority on Monday morning. The woman, 64 years old, is a Macau local resident.

Mandarin Bend to be widened in coming Grand Prix races

Macau’s Guia Circuit will experience some minor changes to the track this year to accommodate the racing program, including the addition of the new Formula 3 car

Police say Senado Square deployment not political

The Public Security Police Force (PSP) said yesterday that the decision to deploy officers to Senado Square to deter a possible unlawful gathering of protesters was

Crime | Police report cases of aircraft thievery

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has reported two recent cases of theft that reportedly took place on two separate flights bound for Macau. Both cases are nearly

Creative City of Gastronomy food festival returns

A food festival celebrating China’s trio of UNESCO Creative Cities of Gastronomy – Sichuan’s Chengdu, Guangdong’s Shunde, and the Macau SAR – will return for the second

How China is trying to quell Hong Kong’s protests without troops

China has lots of weapons to deploy to bring Hong Kong’s protesters under control before it needs to send in the troops. From barring dissident

Hong Kong | Carrie Lam pledges new effort at dialogue over protests

Hong Kong protesters rejected leader Carrie Lam’s attempt to meet one of their key demands, raising questions about whether a compromise can be reached even as

Briefs | Hong Kong: Li Bets $3.3 billion on UK pubs surviving Brexit

A year after taking the helm of Hong Kong’s biggest conglomerate from his father Li Ka-shing, Victor Li is making a $3.3 billion bet that Brexit won’t dent

US extends limited reprieve on tech sales to China’s Huawei

The Trump administration has extended a limited reprieve on U.S. technology sales to Huawei, even as questions remain over how much of an effect broader

Airport to hold Summer Gourmet Festival

This summer, the Macau International Airport will bring new experiences to its passengers. The airport, together with its service partners for food, beverage and shopping facilities, will hold the

Lui Che Woo Prize Reveals 2019 Laureates

The Lui Che Woo Prize (LCWP) – Prize for World Civilization announced the three 2019 laureates on August 19. The 2019 laureates are The Nature Conservancy, Dr.

Twitter shuts Chinese accounts targeting Hong Kong protests

Twitter said it has suspended more than 200,000 accounts that it believes were part of a Chinese government influence campaign targeting the protest movement in Hong

Britain concerned about consular employee missing in China

The British foreign ministry said it is “extremely concerned” about an employee of its consulate in Hong Kong who has been missing since crossing into China on

Slain Chinese scholar’s family to give $20K for help in case

The parents of a University of Illinois scholar from China who was abducted and killed two years ago are giving at least $20,000 to people who provided

Urgency for vaccine grows as virus ravages China’s pigs

Scientists are working to develop a vaccine to help guard the world’s pork supply as a deadly virus ravages Asia’s pig herds. Farmers have long contained its spread by

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