Macau to hold canceled HK PGA tour golf event

Macau will succeed Hong Kong as host of the Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA) Tour Series-China, initially scheduled to take place on October 17-20 at

Comprehensive library at Seac Pai Van opens

The Seac Pai Van Library in Coloane was inaugurated yesterday in the presence of government officials such as Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Alexis Tam

Memory Lane

The Lai Chi Vun shipyard was part of Macau’s industrial heritage, existing for centuries, focusing on building fishing vessels for the neighboring regions. The SAR’s shipbuilding industry was said

GTEF | Macau wants to ‘work together, not against HK,’ say tourism leaders

Macau aims to work together with its neighboring regions, namely Hong Kong and the cities that are part of the Greater Bay Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Area (GBA), to promote

GTEF | Brazil, Argentina, Jiangsu featured as partners this year

The Global Tourism Economy Forum (GTEF) will be held in Macau between October 13 and 15 this year under the theme of “Tourism and Leisure: Roadmap

Gaming Analysts lower expectations ahead of Golden Week

Brokerage Sanford C. Bernstein Ltd. is not optimistic over the performance of casinos during the upcoming Chinese holiday season, expecting that visitors to Macau will have a lower

Secretive gaming directive might fall outside the law

The gaming regulator has formally instructed local casino operators and junkets not to transfer “gaming-related information” to any third parties without first obtaining approval from

Sands China’s team members  appreciate the learning opportunities 

Sands China’s team members express gratitude for the learning opportunities offered by the company as the integrated resort operator continues to provide training and educational programmes for its team members

Macau lacks effective wildlife trade governance, says British NGO

A report issued by TRAFFIC, an environmental non-government organization from the U.K., expects imports of wildlife regulated under the Washington Convention into Macau will continue to

Guangzhou writer calls for protection of Cantonese

The Second Guangdong, Hong Kong, Macau, Greater Bay Area Literature Development summit kicked off in Macau yesterday, with some participants proposing the protection of the Cantonese

Ageing parents care for ageing disabled children

Due to the ageing population of the MSAR, there is a greater tendency in Macau for people with mental illnesses who are getting older to be

Alexis Tam hints at possible job successor

Secretary for Culture and Social Affairs, Alexis Tam, indicated that “there might be a better candidate” to become the next Secretary for Culture and Social Affairs in Chief

Public service tops career choices of university graduates

The Higher Education Bureau has released the results of a survey on university graduates’ employment intentions for 2019. Results showed that the most sought after job

Guitars bound for HK land at Alaska schools

The Anchorage School District received a donation of high-end guitars that were bound for Hong Kong before they were confiscated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,

Shenzhen establishes over 1,000 parks to improve environment

As testament to its urban greening initiatives, Shenzhen is now home to more than 1,000 parks, according to Chinese state media agency Xinhua. The

Cathay says it fired two employees amid oxygen bottle probe

Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. said it fired two crew members at a unit as part of an investigation into why depleted emergency oxygen bottles are turning

Hong Kong | Carrie Lam hopes town hall will be start of healing

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam said yesterday she doesn’t expect a town hall meeting this week to find answers to the months-long pro-democracy protests but hopes it

The man behind an audacious bid for the London Stock Exchange isn’t giving up

Charles Li is at it again: trying to persuade doubters that a one-time oil rigger who grew up on the fringes of the Gobi desert is

California, China to team up on climate research institute

As tensions between China and the United States ratchet up, former California Gov. Jerry Brown sees a way to bring together the world’s largest carbon emitter and a U.S. state

Beijing calls on Washington to cancel Xinjiang meeting

China called on Washington yesterday to cancel a planned meeting at the United Nations to discuss accusations of repression and mass detentions in its Muslim northwestern region of Xinjiang. The foreign

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