Ho Iat Seng discusses his popularity among Macau people

Yesterday, the Chief Executive-elect Ho Iat Seng held an exclusive interview with CCTV’s Radio the Greater Bay, during which Ho discussed his insights on “winning”

Briefs | SSM diagnoses 19th imported case of dengue fever

The Health Bureau (SSM) has been notified of an imported case of dengue fever in a 22-year-old tourist from Japan who was staying on Avenida Doutor Mário Soares.

Two Macau residents die in Australia road accident

Two female Macau residents have died in a deadly crash in Western Australia after the car they were traveling in collided with a bus, causing it to

Crime | Police warn against new Mid-Autumn online scams

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has reported a new type of scam which has occurred over the past few days, related to the Mid-Autumn Festival season.

Sulu Sou: old districts need better pedestrian access

Lawmaker Sulu Sou has issued an interpellation asking the government to refine pedestrian facilities as part of their “walking first” policy. In a related social

AMCM warns of unlicensed financial services

The Monetary Authority of Macao (AMCM) has again called on the general public to be aware of unlicensed financial services providers in the territory, in order

Macau ferry services cut Hong Kong routes amid bridge competition

Ferry service provider Cotai Water Jet has decided to cut a total of six daily sailings between Macau and Hong Kong, effective from October 1, the

Macau suitable for red culture tourism, says local actress

Local Macau actress Jewel Lee, who is also the chairman of the Macao Patriotic Education Base Preparatory Committee, said that Macau has the conditions to strongly promote

MGTO holds special seminar to mark Contest’s 30th edition

The Macau Government Tourism Office (MGTO) held a special seminar on the design and production of fireworks on Sunday in order to mark the 30th edition

Briefs | 4,000 young participants to tour Greater Bay Area cities

A group of around 4,000 young people from Greater Bay Area will visit three Chinese mainland cities within the region this weekend, on September 21 and 22. The

Guangdong’s Greater Bay cities say they are equipped for Macau cooperation

Since the release of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area outline plan earlier this year, Guangdong has become better equipped to cooperate with Macau, representatives

Hong Kong Hospital staff rally for protest campaign after new violence

Hundreds of medical staff at one of Hong Kong’s main public hospitals rallied yesterday to support months of protests for democratic reforms and denounce police use

BNP Paribas apologizes for employee’s post on HK unrest

BNP Paribas SA became the latest global firm to be dragged into the tensions roiling Hong Kong after the French lender publicly apologized for a posting

Next Trump tariffs may soon hit Europe’s luxury exporters

Some of Europe’s top luxury brands are targeted in President Donald Trump’s latest tariff salvo, which could affect billions of dollars in exports of American-bound whiskeys, wine, Champagne, handbags and

Corporate Bits | St. Regis to revive ‘Stories of the Sea’ special seafood menu

The St. Regis Macao will offer a special menu featuring seafood from around the world at the hotel’s signature restaurant, The Manor. The six-course dinner menu is called “Stories of

China’s economy slows again, adding pressure for policy response

Global economy mount, piling pressure on the authorities to do more to support growth. Industrial output rose 4.4% from a year earlier in August, the lowest for a single month since

India | Economy slows, stalling once thriving manufacturing

Anuj Kapoor took over his father’s booming auto parts business in 2012, hoping to elevate the company from selling to suppliers to selling directly to carmakers. Seven years later, he’s had

South Korea | North-themed restaurant in Seoul removes Kim images

You can sell North Korean food in South Korea. But you’re likely to get into trouble if you decorate your restaurant with pictures seen as praising North Korea. Authorities say the

Israel faces potential deadlock in a closely contested vote today

Israel is headed toward an unprecedented repeat election today with no guarantee that the do-over vote will produce a more decisive result than the inconclusive one last April. The Israeli electorate

This Day in History | 2001 – Workers return to Wall Street

New Yorkers have been returning to work six days after the terror attacks which devastated the heart of their city. Thousands are believed dead after hijackers deliberately flew three passenger planes

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