Businessman says those criticizing HK police are unconstitutional

Macau businessman Vong Kok Seng, who is also a vice president of the Macau Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors, has said that Macau people drawing

Japan crowned Fireworks champion with China, France runners-up

Japan has won this year’s International Fireworks Display Contest, with China and France placing second and third. The three countries were represented by Marutamaya Ogatsu

Ask the Vet | Canine hip dysplasia treatment

Canine hip dysplasia treatment consists of surgical and non-surgical remedies. Hip dysplasia is a progressive disease that is primarily inherited through genetics. Rapid growth and weight gain may exacerbate the

Macau bishop retreats after Secretary Tam’s response

Bishop of the Macau Diocese, Stephen Lee, has retracted the Diocese’s strong stance expressed in an earlier statement regarding a light projection, saying that the Thursday “statement

241 children living in dormitory homes in Macau

By the end of 2018, a total of 241 children in Macau were living in temporary dormitory homes provided by the Social Welfare Bureau (IAS) in

Briefs | Taxi recording device tender receives 8 bids

On Friday, the Transport Bureau (DSAT) received eight bids for the public tender to install recording devices inside taxis. The contract includes the installation of smart devices inside

Macau passport climbs three spots to 33rd in global index

The Macau SAR passport was the 33rd most powerful passport in the Henley Passport Index, as analyzed by Henley & Partners, with passport holders allowed

Golden Week visitors rise 11%

Macau received 616,000 visitors during the first four days of the Chinese Golden Week holiday, which commenced on October 1. Compared with last year, the Public Security

Group tours suspected at Hac Sa camping area

Mainland group tours have been accused of occupying Hac Sa Beach’s camping spaces and leaving a mess at the camping site after they leave, according to

Mandalay Bay Shooting | Payouts for Vegas victims a ‘cold, mathematical calculation’

They may have been united by a love for country music, but the people gunned down two years ago at a Las Vegas concert will not be

Briefs | UN chief urges restraint as global protests unfurl

Secretary-General António Guterres is responding to the recent wave of street protests in many countries with a reminder that freedom of expression and peaceful assembly are fundamental rights

Hong Kong lawmakers challenge mask ban as protests persist

A group of pro-democracy Hong Kong legislators filed a legal challenge against the government’s use of a colonial-era emergency law to criminalize the wearing of masks at

Hong Kong Apple approves controversial app after rejection

Apple Inc.’s App Store reversed a recent decision to reject a Hong Kong app that shows police activity in the midst of increasingly violent pro-democracy protests

How to get super rich selling superyachts

Gazing across the sun- dappled harbor in Monaco, even the fathomlessly rich might get the feeling that some people have more money than they know

Iran says Chinese state oil firm withdraws from USD5B deal

China’s state oil company has pulled out of a USD5 billion deal to develop a portion of Iran’s massive offshore natural gas field, the Islamic Republic’s

Vietnam says Chinese ships escalating tension in South China Sea

Vietnam accused a Chinese oil-surveying vessel and coast guard escorts of territorial violations by widening their activities after entering the country’s exclusive economic zone and

US researchers on front line of battle against Chinese theft

As the U.S. warned allies around the world that Chinese tech giant Huawei was a security threat, the FBI was making the same point quietly to a

North Korea decries breakdown of talks US says were ‘good’

North Korea and Washington had two different takes on their nuclear talks, with North Korea’s negotiator saying the talks had broken down but Washington maintaining the two sides had “good

Australia | Gov’t mum on possible swap of detainees with Iran

The release from Iran of two Australians and an Iranian student held by Australia bears the hallmarks of a swap, a legal expert said yesterday, while the attorney general refused

Microsoft says Iran tried hack of US presidential campaign

An Iranian-government linked group of computer hackers tried to infiltrate email accounts of a U.S. presidential campaign, current and former U.S. officials and journalists, among others, Microsoft Corp. said. Four accounts,

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