Briefs | Mainland woman arrested after assaulting police

Police have corroborated as genuine a video spreading on the Internet, in which an allegedly drunken woman was seen yelling at and fighting with police officers. Police revealed on Wednesday

Schools to face mandatory suspension under new rainstorm warning

Schools will be mandatorily suspended when the new Level 3 rainstorm warning is put into effect, the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ) explained yesterday, revealing the updated mechanism during

Times Higher education | MUST makes world ranking debut, overtaking UM

The Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) has made the Times Higher Education World University Rankings for the first time. According to the guide, it has become the top-rated

Motorsports | Guia Circuit upgraded to Grade 2 classification this year

Macau’s Guia Circuit has been upgraded from the previous Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) Grade 3 to Grade 2, as revealed yesterday during the press conference of the Macau Grand

Alexis Tam leads tourism delegation to St. Petersburg

Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam led a local delegation to the World Tourism Organization (WTO) in St. Petersburg this week to discuss issues with representatives of the

Gov’t replies to Sulu Sou on social credit system

The Policy Research and Regional Development Bureau has reiterated the “one country, two systems” principle and the stipulation on the protection of fundamental rights and freedom in the Basic Law,

Sands China honors employees at graduation ceremony

Sands China Ltd. held its Diversified Local Talent Graduation Ceremony for the Sands China Academy this week to celebrate the achievements of its local employees that participated in the company’s human resource

Airport conducts drill for landing accident

Macau International Airport conducted an emergency drill in the early hours of yesterday, simulating an accident in which an aircraft veered off the runway and crashed into the sea. The airport

Portugal-China ties best ever, says ambassador

Portugal’s relationship with China is the best it has ever been, according to an article penned by the Chinese ambassador to Portugal in the China Daily newspaper. “The bilateral relationship is,

Belting out protest song is latest act of HK movement

Thousands of Hong Kong people belted out a new protest song in karaoke-style at shopping malls in the latest act of resistance that highlighted the creativity of demonstrators in their

Hurdles mount for Hong Kong Exchange’s $36.6 billion London bid

The Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd. plan to take over London Stock Exchange Group Plc is running into multiple obstacles less than 24 hours after the surprise bid was

Filipinos dropping out of the workforce benefit economy

Low unemployment in the Philippines may be masking the fact that more people are opting not to work - and preferring to stay in school for longer. The jobless rate has

China video app seeks funds at $25 billion value before US IPO

Chinese startup Kuaishou is considering to go public in the U.S. to bankroll its expansion in short videos and fend off competition from TikTok owner ByteDance Inc., according to people

Corporate Bits | Social media users win getaway at Conrad’s Presidential Suite

Facebook fan of Conrad Macao, Cotai Central, Wing Chan from Hong Kong, and Instagram fan Fernando Alberto Xavier Pereira from Macau, have each won a getaway in the hotel’s luxurious

Taiwan’s president rises from the ashes with a hand from Hong Kong unrest

Tsai had clawed back some ground in opinion polls before protesters started taking to the streets of Hong Kong in the hundreds of thousands in June. But the mass demonstrations

Truce | China buyers asking about US soy, pork before trade talks

Chinese importers are asking U.S. suppliers for prices of soybeans, pork and other farm goods, the Commerce Ministry said yesterday, in a possible goodwill gesture ahead of talks aimed at

Chinese businesswoman guilty in Mar-a-Lago trespassing case

Yujing Zhang’s desire to meet President Donald Trump and his family turned the Chinese businesswoman into an American felon. A 10-woman, two-man federal jury convicted Zhang yesterday of trespassing at

Cambodia, Laos, agree to step up border demarcation effort

The leaders of Cambodia and Laos agreed yesterday to step up efforts to complete demarcation of their border, where disputes have led to armed confrontations in

Kashmir | Indian soldiers injured in boat incident with Chinese army

Chinese and Indian army boats collided on a lake in an area of Kashmir claimed by both countries, injuring some Indian soldiers, but the incident has

Australia | Canberra presses Iran to release three citizens from prison

Australia’s foreign minister said yesterday  her government is pressing Iran to free three Australian citizens from a Tehran prison and she did not believe their arrests

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