Secretary for Administration and Justice Sonia Chan has not given the media a direct response regarding whether the police force will be called to deal with
Electricity consumption in Macau is more than triple that of 20 years ago, revealed the Director of the Office for the Development of the Energy Sector (GDSE) according
The mid-term review of the government’s first Five-Year Development Plan indicated that lawmaking and the region’s construction sector had both faced a series of challenges between
A Chinese former gambler at Marina Bay Sands Pte is suing the Singapore-based casino operator to recover SGD9.1 million ($6.6 million) he claims was transferred to
Ongoing protests in Hong Kong have caused some entrepreneurs in the region to focus on developing their business in Macau in a bid to cover mounting
The man who inflicted prolonged agony on his wife, Lao Mong Ieng, by splashing drain cleaner and cooking oil over her was sentenced yesterday by the Court
This year’s Macau Grand Prix will have, for the first time, “soft wall” safety barriers installed. Steel and Foam Energy Reduction (SAFER) Barriers will
Conrad Macao, Cotai Central, held its annual Pink Inspired charity lunch, attracting some 330 attendees, an increase of nearly 20% compared to last year’s figures.
The Macao Orchestra has concluded its tour in Portugal with acclaim from audiences. The orchestra toured the Portuguese cities of Évora, Coimbra, Portalegre and Lisbon.
Hong Kong is facing its first recession since the global financial crisis, with little prospect of an immediate recovery as the city confronts its most
Service providers to some of Asia’s wealthiest families say they are fielding a rising number of calls about shifting away from Hong Kong, with some already moving
Taiwan’s president said unrest in Hong Kong showed Beijing’s “failure” in governing the city and vowed to defend her island’s sovereignty. President Tsai Ing-wen vowed to fight for Taiwan’s survival in
Seven & i Holdings Co. said it will close 1,000 unprofitable 7-Elevens and eliminate 3,000 jobs from its other units as the Japanese retailer continues its
North Korea threatened again yesterday to resume nuclear and long-range missile tests, accusing the U.S. of having instigated some members of the U.N. Security Council to condemn its recent weapons
Amnesty International urged Malaysia’s government yesterday to keep its promise to abolish the death penalty, saying unfair trials and the use of harsh treatment to obtain confessions put people at
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