Yulin earthquake felt in Macau

The earthquake of magnitude 5.2 that registered in Yulin, Guangxi at 10:55pm on Saturday was felt in the Macau SAR, five minutes after it occurred.

Geomagnetic storm briefly affects TDM broadcasts

A geomagnetic storm interrupted a TDM broadcast in the early hours of yesterday, freezing the broadcast for around 30 minutes. A geomagnetic storm is a

Ask the Vet | Canine congestive heart failure

Canine congestive heart failure is a leading cause of death among older dogs. It’s a condition that arises as the heart ages and deteriorates over an extended

The Nasdaq of China | Macau submits application to set up stock exchange: report

A mainland official who oversees economic affairs has revealed that a plan to set up a yuan-based stock exchange in Macau has been submitted to the central

Number of repeated online complaints to IAM decreases

The number of repeated complaints made to the Municipal Affairs Bureau’s (IAM) online complaint platform has decreased, bureau president José Maria da Fonseca Tavares said during a

Shin wins second PGA Tour title in Macau

Canada’s Justin Shin won his second PGA Tour Series-China title yesterday, winning RMB378,000 at the season-finale in Macau. This was in place of the Hong Kong season-finale

Smoke from vehicle handled, say fire and police departments

A small truck was found emitting an unusual quantity of smoke in front of the main entrance of the L’Arc Hotel in NAPE on Saturday evening. The case

Monte do Pasto | CESL Asia invests in agribusiness for China-Lusophone countries

Macau-based investment and services company CESL Asia has acquired Portuguese farming group Monte do Pasto (MdP). MdP is the largest beef producer in Portugal and has a

Briefs | Six bids for waste incineration expansion project

The tender for design and construction of the third phase of the expansion project of the Macau Waste Incineration Center was opened on Friday. The Environmental Protection Bureau

Hong Kong | ‘Be water:’ Police swoop as protests shift tactics

Police chase a protester in Hong Kong yesterday Tearing a page out of ancient Chinese military philosophy, black-clad protesters in Hong Kong changed tactics and wreaked havoc

Briefs | HK protests have caused 100 restaurants to close

About 100 Hong Kong restaurants have shut down because of the months-long protests in the city, Financial Secretary Paul Chan said in a blog post yesterday. Around 2,000

Hong Kong turmoil spells opportunity for London property owners

London landlords eager to sell properties in the U.K. capital are seeing strong demand from investors fleeing an even more uncertain future in Hong Kong.

MGM to present food, music festival

Entitled “MGM Chef Nic Gastronomusic Fest,” the two-day event will feature global gastronomic fare and pop music at MGM Cotai, according to a statement issued by

MECC appoints new board president

The Macao European Chamber of Commerce (MECC) has announced that it has appointed lawyer Carlos Duque Simões as president of the Board of Directors until 2021. Simões

Diplomacy | Modi tells Xi relations are stable, differences manageable

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told visiting Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday that relations between their countries have attained stability and momentum in the past

Gov’t, Nepal sign deals for connectivity, security and trade

Nepal and China signed 20 agreements yesterday including one on a trans-Himalayan railway, as Chinese President Xi Jinping wrapped up a two-day visit to the

Typhoon leaves 33 dead as Japan launches major rescue

Helicopters, boats and thousands of troops were deployed across Japan yesterday to rescue people stranded in flooded homes as the death toll from a ferocious

Thai army chief rants at critics, warns of Hong Kong unrest

Thailand’s powerful army chief declared Friday that the country’s government is virtually at war with its critics, warning that politicians, academics and other intellectuals may “manipulate”

A look at the Ethiopia-Eritrea war whose end brought a Nobel

It was a war that killed some 80,000 people and sputtered to life again and again over two decades, pulling in soldiers including a young Ethiopian who

Brexit divorce talks between UK and EU go down to the wire

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was to brief his Cabinet yesterday on the progress of last-minute Brexit talks with the European Union, amid signs of

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