Japanese rugby fans celebrate historic win over Ireland

Japanese fans celebrated their team’s stunning upset of Ireland at the Rugby World Cup with everyone from the prime minister to rivals paying tribute to the historic

World briefs

China A parade tomorrow by China’s secretive military will offer a rare look at its rapidly developing arsenal, including possibly a nuclear-capable missile that could

The Buzz | Musk unveils SpaceX rocket designed to get to Mars and back

Elon Musk has unveiled a SpaceX spacecraft designed to carry a crew and cargo to the moon, Mars or anywhere else in the solar system and land back

Hellenic Silk Road | Greek fashion firms revitalize centuries-old tradition

At Kostas Mouhtaridis’ silk factory in Soufli, the non-stop “clunk-click” of the weaving machinery is a loud but welcome sound. The factory is a

Rear Window | Walled City

While penning this column, we do not know yet what happened at the so-called Hong Kong Town Hall meeting; and that is a disclaimer to guard ourselves from

Monday, September 30, 2019 – edition no. 3386

• A distinguished ride through Macau in the name of men’s health * Prof Bo J Bernhard on how problem gambling needs research * Lawmaker: fourth link is a missed opportunity * Facebook

Distributor holds masterclasses on French produce

French distributor Répertoire Culinaire has collaborated with the Macau University of Science and Technology to improve students’ awareness of authentic French produce. The day-long event this

IPIM organizes Thai visit for local businesses

The Macau Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) has organized a delegation consisting of 35 representatives of local businesses to visit Thailand in order to learn

Octogenarian sustains fracture after bus crash

A traffic accident involving a public bus and a woman in her 80s occurred earlier this week. The woman sustained fractures to her legs after allegedly being

Church driver charged with child sexual abuse

A local 55-year-old man has been charged with the sexual abuse of an 11-year-old girl, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported. The suspect, surnamed Chan, had

Forum attendees believe in Greater Bay’s potential for Chinese medicine

Guests at yesterday’s Roundtable Discussion of the 2019 Traditional Medicine International Cooperation Forum (Macau) voiced their opinions on opportunities, challenges and financing strategies for China’s comprehensive

The Buzz | 7-year-olds now allowed to use e-channel checkpoints

Starting from this Monday, children aged 7 and above will be allowed to use the e-channels at all of Macau’s immigration checkpoints, the Public Security Police Force said.

MGTO preparing to manage tourist flow during Golden Week

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) will implement measures to manage visitor flows during Golden Week, which starts on Monday. According to MGTO, it is encouraging

Tourist tax study to complete by year-end

The Macau Government Tourism Office (MGTO) intends to complete the study on the feasibility of imposing a tourism tax in Macau “by the fourth quarter” of

MGM Gathers Community to Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Macau SAR

Out of all events from “MGM Community Care Campaign”, “Love Moments” has to be the most special and significant event to all. In this year of

MGS partners with CTM for 5G experience this year

This year’s “MGS Entertainment Show” will focus on technology, namely the development of 5G technology, Chairman of the Macau Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Association (MGEMA) Jay Chun

Vegas Sun publisher says Adelson is trying to kill his newspaper

A long-running dispute between two Las Vegas newspapers has turned into a partisan feud, with billionaire Republican contributor Sheldon Adelson being accused of trying to stifle

Macau football team likely to miss HK friendly match

The Macau Football Association (MFA) has recommended the Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA) postpone the upcoming annual Hong Kong-Macau Regional Friendly, local online media outlet Macau

Chinese tour groups to HK plunge 86% for Golden Week

The first week of October - China’s national holiday break during which millions head out on vacation - marks one of the busiest periods for Hong Kong’s tourism and retail

Hong Kong | Carrie Lam says it’s up to government to deal with unrest

Hong Kong’s embattled leader Carrie Lam vowed that her government would shoulder the responsibility of finding a way out of unrest as she began her first public dialogue event, before

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