Deadly vehicle crashes during Mid-Autumn Festival

An elderly lady was killed following a car crash involving a chartered bus at Ilha Verde in the early hours of Friday morning. The

Thai man arrested for flashing in public

A 29-year-old Thai national was arrested by the Public Security Police Force (PSP) for flashing passers-by on the streets of Macau. The man told police

Ask the Vet | Graves Disease in Dogs

Graves disease in dogs is a condition that is caused by a hyperactive thyroid gland and will occur in dogs that have hyperthyroidism. The condition is considered autoimmune and

Ho Iat Seng | Ending gaming’s 3+3 system would promote competitiveness

Chief Executive-elect Ho Iat Seng pledged last week that he would address the gaming sector’s 3+3 system, adding that the future amendment bill in the gaming law

Economy expected to return to growth by year-end

Macau’s economy is set to return to growth in the second half of 2019, according to the latest forecasts from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), which

The online casino boom China is struggling to contain

It’s 6:30 on a Monday morning in China, and the Guangdong Club online gambling platform is humming as a stream of wagers placed in Chinese

Gov’t confirms Macau gaming receipts climbed 13.7% last year

Total receipts of the gaming sector increased by 13.7% year-on-year to 304.71 billion patacas last year, according to data released Friday by the Statistics and Census

Celebrating 25 years, Air Macau adds new aircraft to fleet

Air Macau is celebrating its 25th year of operations. As part of the celebrations, the company has announced its intention to reach an agreement with Irish lessor AerCap

Sports – Basketball | ‘Beermen’ prepare for Terrific 12 in Macau

Five-time Philippine Cup champions and newly-crowned Commissioner’s Cup champions the San Miguel Beermen are preparing to take on China’s Shenzhen Aviators and Japan’s Ryukyu Golden Kings

A taste of local gastronomy travels to UNESCO World Forum

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) director Helena de Senna Fernandes shared Macau’s experience as a Creative City of Gastronomy with UNESCO members at the UNESCO

Hong Kong | World-class subway pressured by repeated attacks

From Sydney to Stockholm, governments looking for help with their rail systems turn to Hong Kong’s MTR Corp., renowned for its speedy, clean and reliable

Violence flares after HK protesters defy police ban

Police fired chemical-laced blue water and tear gas at protesters who lobbed Molotov cocktails outside the Hong Kong government office complex yesterday, as violence flared anew after

Hong Kong | Tax on developers aims to lower housing costs

Hong Kong is pushing ahead with a vacancy tax in the hope that a more affordable property market could help quell anti-government protests. The government

Hong Kong | Air traffic tumbles amid shy visitation

Hong Kong’s air traffic declined last month as protests took a toll on the city. Hong Kong International Airport handled 6 million passengers in August,

Opinion | Can London’s great wall against Hong Kong hold?

Hong Kong Stock Exchanges & Clearing Ltd.’s tilt at London Stock Exchange Group Plc has achieved one thing: It has extracted a helpful checklist of requirements for any other would-be

A scathing London Stock Exchange sends HKEX packing

Charles Li isn’t taking “no” for an answer. Rejected by London Stock Exchange Group Plc directors, the chief executive officer of Hong Kong’s bourse is ready to make his case for

No kites, pigeon flying as Beijing preps for 70th anniversary

China has banned flying kites, drones and captive pigeons over central Beijing for more than two weeks as it prepares for a military parade and other celebrations to mark the

Key witness in murder trial of Chinese American scion jailed

The prosecution in the murder trial of a wealthy San Francisco Bay Area real estate scion has hit a major snag: A key witness has been arrested on suspicion that

Philippines arrests 277 Chinese accused of investment scam

Philippine immigration agents have arrested 277 Chinese in a raid against an online investment scam syndicate that defrauded hundreds of people, officials said Friday. The arrests Wednesday in the Ortigas financial

Gov’t backs US farm purchases as trade talks atmosphere warms

China said it is encouraging companies to buy U.S. farm products including soybeans and pork, and will exclude those commodities from additional tariffs, in the latest move to ease tensions

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