Crime | Police reports indicate sexual harassment cases on the rise

Cases of sexual crimes have been reportedly growing in Macau over the last few months. During yesterday’s joint press conference from the police forces, held at

Dead body found floating in Macau sea

The body of a male aged between 30 and 40, 1.72 meters tall and wearing white and red clothes, was found floating in the Macau sea, the

New Macau Association | Survey: 5,351 residents voted in favor of universal suffrage

A total of 5,351 votes were cast in favor of having a Chief Executive elected by universal suffrage. The result of the “Vote on Universal

Chui Sai On offers congratulations to CE-elect

Incumbent Chief Executive Chui Sai On met yesterday with the Chief Executive-elect, Ho Iat Seng, where the two officials agreed to keep in close touch in

Briefs | Ho Ion Sang calls for regular ‘large-size’ garbage collection

Lawmaker Ho Ion Sang wrote an interpellation asking the government for measures to handle the recycling of large-scale garbage such as furniture. Ho noted that local residents, for

Patriotic education | Love for the country cannot be forced, says education official

A high ranking official of Macau’s education authority has remarked that patriotic education cannot be forced, according to a report by public broadcaster TDM. Leong Wai

Education | UM graduate awarded for study on migrant workers

The Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) Global Health Conference’s undergraduate student poster contest will award its first prize to a sociology graduate from the University

Lennon Wall appears at Nam Van Lake in call for democracy

A Lennon Wall appeared at Nam Van Lake Plaza, on Sunday, in support of Macau and Hong Kong people and the call in these two cities for

Museum of Art launches exhibition of Chen Zhifo

Jointly organized by the Macau Cultural Affairs Bureau and the Nanjing Museum, the exhibition “Quietness and Clarity: Works of Chen Zhifo from the Collection of the

CCM celebrates end to ‘arty summer’

The Macau Cultural Centre (CCM) welcomed kids and parents to the ARTmusing Fun finale party last Sunday, bringing a series of activities from arts and

Briefs | Guangdong: 7 killed, 11 injured in expressway accident

Seven people were killed and 11 others injured after a coach overturned on an expressway in Guangdong Province, local authorities said yesterday. The accident occurred around midnight of

Intellectual property | Experience copy-cat Macau food at Gongbei plaza

Mainland tourists can experience some of Macau’s specialty food products without setting foot in the city by visiting shops at and around the Gongbei underground

Tensions escalate in Hong Kong protests as police weapon fired

Tensions flared in Hong Kong on a weekend that began with the formation of a peaceful human chain across the city and culminated two days later

After underwhelming first year, can casino improve fortunes?

Aerosmith, New England Patriots cheerleaders and a five-tier birthday cake: Massachusetts’ first Las Vegas-style casino threw itself an indulgent birthday bash on Saturday. But one

Sands China holds ‘Drug Prevention for a Harmonious Family’ seminar

Sands China co-organized a seminar titled “Drug Prevention for a Harmonious Family” with the Social Welfare Bureau (IAS) on August 21. The seminar was held at The Venetian Macao’s Adelson

MGM Cotai wins ‘Best New Meetings Hotel – Asia’ award

Hubert Wang, President, Hospitality & Chief Financial Officer of MGM China Holdings said, “MGM Cotai is thrilled to receive this industry-specific accolade that recognizes our excellence in

China lets yuan sink, Trump says serious talks to start

China allowed its yuan to sink yesterday and U.S. President Donald Trump said the two sides will talk “very seriously” about their war over trade and

Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif in Beijing for talks

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is meeting with his Chinese counterpart in Beijing following a surprise visit to the Group of Seven summit in France.

US exports to lobster-loving China go off cliff amid tariffs

U.S. lobster exports to China have fallen off a cliff this year as new retaliatory tariffs shift the seafood business farther north. China, a huge

Technology | Vietnam prefers its mobile networks to be free of Huawei

Vietnam is intent on being the first Asean nation to provide a 5G network - without China’s tech powerhouse Huawei Technologies Inc. Viettel Group, Vietnam’s

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