Crime | Two Hong Kong drug dealers caught by Macau police

The Judiciary Police (PJ) told a press conference yesterday about the resolution of two drug dealing cases uncovered during the previous week. However, the bureau

Wong’s office claims equal treatment to all demonstration organizers

In a reply to an interpellation by lawmaker Sulu Sou, the Office for the Secretary for Security has insisted that the police authority treats all demonstration

Macau visitors to neighboring SAR grow 32% in July

Data from Hong Kong’s Tourism Development Board shows that 32.6% more Macau residents crossed the border to the SAR in July than during the same month

Global Tourism Economy Forum visits Guangzhou

The Global Tourism Economy Forum (GTEF) participated in the 2019 China (Guangdong) International Tourism Industry Expo (“CITIE 2019”) in Guangzhou between August 30 and September 1 to promote the GTEF

GGCT lowers Travel Alert for Sri Lanka

The Tourism Crisis Management Office (GGCT) has decided to lower its travel alert for Sri Lanka from Level 2 to Level 1, the GGCT informed in

Broad money supply continues retreat in July

According to statistics released yesterday by the Monetary Authority of Macao, the broad money supply continued to fall in July.  Meanwhile, both resident deposits and

231,000 anti-smoking inspections this year

A total of 2.19 million anti- smoking inspections have been carried out since the Smoking Prevention and Control Act took effect in January 2012, according

Workers’ lawmakers to continue fight for livelihood issues

Lawmakers Ella Lei, Leong Sun Iok, Lam Lon Wai and Lei Chan U say they will continue to pursue better housing policies, better transportation, and improved protection of

Philippines, Malaysia to open fireworks display contest

The Philippines and Malaysia are set to open the 30th Macao International Fireworks Display Contest that will kick off at 9 p.m. this Saturday. Hosted by the

IPM fulfills promise of PSC training

The Macao Polytechnic Institute (IPM) and the Permanent Secretariat of the Forum for Economic and Trade Cooperation between China and the Portuguese-speaking Countries (Forum Macau) have jointly

Martial law is the latest risk worrying investors

As investors map out potential risks from Hong Kong’s summer of unrest, one tool at the government’s disposal is attracting increased attention: a colonial-era statute that

Hong Kong | China probes illegal knives in FedEx package

China is investigating FedEx Corp. on suspicion of illegally handling a package to Hong Kong containing knives that are controlled by law, the state-run Xinhua News

Hong Kong | House prices could slide 30% in worst-case scenario

JPMorgan Chase & Co. has landed on six property stocks that can best weather the Hong Kong turmoil after applying a worst-case scenario that envisages home

Carrie Lam scraps bill that sparked months of unrest

Hong Kong’s embattled leader, Carrie Lam, formally withdrew legislation to allow extraditions to China, a political retreat that may help ease - but not end

Billionaire Uniqlo founder wants a woman to succeed him as CEO

Tadashi Yanai, Fast Retailing Co.’s 70-year-old billionaire founder, said he would prefer to be succeeded by a woman, which would be better for Asia’s largest retailer.

Cathay Pacific chairman resigns weeks after CEO steps down

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. Chairman John Slosar followed the chief executive officer in resigning after the carrier faced scrutiny from China for its employees’ involvement in

Pink Inspired activities extended with Eiffel Tower race

Conrad Macao, Cotai Central is launching its annual Pink Inspired campaign with a series of experiences and collectibles available throughout October in support of Hong Kong Cancer Fund’s (HKCF)

Oktoberfest Macau at MGM to kick off on October 17

Oktoberfest Macau at MGM will be held between October 17 and 28 at MGM Cotai’s Roof Terrace. Rocking the town again with the 11-day Bavarian festival, this

Xi warns party needs ‘fighting spirit’ to overcome risks

Chinese President Xi Jinping urged the ruling Communist Party to brace for a “long-term” struggle against a variety of threats, the latest in a series of warnings

Tour bus crashes on wet New Zealand road, five Chinese killed

A  tour bus carrying Chinese tourists flipped in rainy weather near a New Zealand tourist town yesterday morning, killing five Chinese nationals and seriously injuring two

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