Endangered wildlife trade Macau aligned with int’l directives, insists DSE

The reply was made to the Times following an inquiry on the matter. The Times reported yesterday on a 96-page report from the NGO

Politics | Liaison Office wants real opinions from Macau’s elite

The Macau Liaison Office wants the Macau members of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Congress (CPPCC) to voice their real opinions to the Liaison Office, according

Crime | Defrauded woman claims bracelets worth 65 million yuan

A junket promoter is being investigated for allegedly defrauding a woman of her pair of jade bracelets, which the woman claimed were worth a combined 65 million yuan

Academic freedom Report | Education institutions facing ‘shrinking space for ideas’

An international network of academic institutions based in the United States has said that academic freedom and the quality of higher education in both Macau and Hong

AirAsia’s Macau-Japan routes under study alongside hub plans

AirAsia has plans to further expand services in Macau, the leader of the low-cost carrier’s local arm disclosed on the sidelines of a business event

AirAsia continues to work closely with Airbus on A320neo issue

In a reply to a Times inquiry this week, low-cost carrier AirAsia has stressed that it follows all requirements mandated by the European Union Aviation Safety

Sands China oversees 122 staff trained in responsible gaming

Casino operator Sands China yesterday wrapped up its seventh annual Responsible Gaming Ambassador Advanced Training program, adding 122 certified employees to its growing ambassador roster.

Briefs | Few SMEs delay repayments of gov’t loans

Approximately 4% of local small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) which received subsidized loans from the Macao Economics Services Bureau (DSE) delayed their loan repayments, according to DSE director

Cultural Week adds Brazilian Cinema to program

The program and schedule for the 11th Cultural Week of China and Portuguese-speaking Countries will kick off on October 12 at the Macau Fisherman’s Wharf (MFW) and was

Chinese medicine to remain key in Macau-Guangdong ties

The 2019 Traditional Medicine International Cooperation Forum (Macau) kicked off yesterday at the Venetian Macao, with the vice governor of nearby Guangdong Province promising that traditional

A Hong Kong billionaire family on why the rich need to help

Sham Shui Po, one of Hong Kong’s poorest districts, is a concrete warren of rag traders and cheap street stalls that was once a hub for refugees.

Chinese official says HK can handle its protests

A senior Chinese official in Hong Kong expressed confidence yesterday in the ability of local authorities to restore calm to the protest-wracked city. While not definitive,

HK developer to donate own land for housing

New World Development Co., one of Hong Kong’s largest home builders, will donate 3 million square feet of land to help with the city’s housing crisis. The

Great Times | How to enjoy cheese, according to the experts

Cheese is one of the most beloved foods in the world, but it takes a sophisticated palate to fully appreciate it’s diverse deliciousness. But how exactly do

Collapse of Thomas Cook is a reality check for China’s Fosun

The collapse of Fosun Group’s flagship European investment, Thomas Cook, is proving to be a reality check for the Chinese conglomerate’s ambitions to create a global travel empire via flashy

Beijing’s giant new airport helps China rival US in the skies

Just five years ago, Daxing was a dusty area of farmland to the south of Beijing, largely neglected by visitors to the city. That’s no longer the case, now that

Tariff war | Gov’t rejects Trump criticism on trade

China urged President Donald Trump yesterday to listen to developing countries and oppose bullying after the American leader criticized its trade status at the United Nations. A foreign ministry spokesman called

A family tried to skirt property rules With 23 divorces and weddings

Faking a divorce has been a ploy used by Chinese couples desperate to skirt the nation’s property curbs. But a family in the city of Lishui has taken the scam to extreme lengths,

Indonesia | Riot police clash with student protesters

Indonesian riot police shot multiple rounds of tear gas at thousands of stone-throwing students who attempted to reach Parliament in Jakarta yesterday to protest a new law that critics say

Australian capital legalizes recreational marijuana

Australia’s capital has become the first part of the country to legalize recreational marijuana for personal use. The Australian Capital Territory Legislative Assembly voted yesterday to legalize possession by adults of

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