Suspected rape in Cotai hotel reported to police

A rape at a Cotai hotel involving a female and a male, both from the mainland, has been reported to the Judiciary Police (PJ) following referral by the Public Security

Prostitution rings running rampant and in plain sight

Prostitution rings are thriving in some of Macau’s resorts where casino executives and local authorities allegedly turn a blind eye or even profit from the business, reported the South China

UM professor says comments not racist

The professor who sparked controversy regarding his comments on his opposition to “foreigners” in the SAR said that the statements, which were made at the Annual Conference of Macao Studies

Macau-shot Sea of Mirrors nominated in Spain’s film festival

Los Angeles-based director Thomas Lim has expressed his hopes of making a third feature in Macau as a “love letter” to the city he calls his filmmaking home. According to a

CCM launches winter program

The Macao Cultural Centre (CCM) is launching “ARTwarming Winter,” its winter season program featuring several family-oriented performances, which aims to entertain the audience with music and theatrical productions from Macau

Sands partners with Li Haotong as new brand ambassador

Las Vegas Sands Corp. (LVS) and Sands China Ltd. yesterday announced rising Chinese star golfer Li Haotong as an ambassador to the brand. The announcement was made during a press conference

MGTO holds roadshow in Guangdong to promote events

The Macao Government Tourism office (MGTO) held a roadshow during the weekend in Foshan, Guangdong, to highlight the city’s tourism resources and events. The “Experience Macao Your Own Style” roadshow showcased

Consumer prices rise in new academic year

  The Composite Consumer Price Index (CPI) for September 2019 increased by 2.73% year-on-year to 116.64, according to the latest data from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC). The rise marks a

Local designers bring romantic forest elements to new collection

ALo Lo and Rainie Choi, a talented fashion duo from Macau, have prepared a new collection with the theme of enchanted romance and forestry for fashion lovers in Macau and

Briefs | Man detained for in-flight theft cases

A 38-year-old mainland man has been detained for multiple in-flight theft cases, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported yesterday. In July, the PJ received a report from a mainland tourist about

Fears are growing among mainland Chinese living in Hong Kong

As Hong Kong’s historic protests become increasingly violent, mainland Chinese living in the city are becoming increasingly fearful. Min, who moved to Hong Kong from the mainland in 1995 and now

Carrie Lam apologizes for water cannon use at mosque

Hong Kong officials apologized to Muslim leaders yesterday after riot police sprayed a mosque and bystanders with a water cannon while trying to contain turbulent pro-democracy demonstrations in the semi-autonomous

Russia willing to pay to lure shippers to the Arctic

Russia wants to make its Arctic waters more attractive to shippers than the Suez Canal and could be willing to compensate for potential risks to make that happen. President Vladimir Putin

Sands and teamLab to launch museum at The Venetian

Sands Resorts Macao and art collective teamLab will launch a monumental digital-only museum at The Venetian Macao in January 2020. The permanent, as-yet-untitled museum will be housed in The Venetian Macao’s

Melco supports 27th Quadripartite Conference on Occupational Safety and Health

Melco recently supported the 27th Quadripartite Conference on Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) co-organized by the Labour Affairs Bureau and the Macau Construction Safety Association and held at Studio City, Macau, between October 15

Minister issues stinging rebuke of US at Beijing defense forum

China’s defense minister lashed out at U.S. foreign policy yesterday, saying China wasn’t fazed by sanctions, pressure or a “big stick” approach, while reiterating threats

Taiwan-Hong Kong spat raises doubts about murder suspect’s surrender

The man at the center of a Taiwan murder case that sparked months of violent protests in Hong Kong wants to turn himself in. But first

Australian papers redact front pages to expose gov’t secrecy

Australia’s major newspapers published redacted front pages yesterday in a coordinated campaign to highlight government secrecy that is often justified on national security grounds. Rival

Politics | South Korean prosecutors seek arrest of ex-minister’s wife

Prosecutors said yesterday they are seeking to arrest the wife of South Korea’s former justice minister, who resigned last week amid allegations of financial crimes and

Two Indian states hold elections; Modi’s party expected to win

Voters cast ballots yesterday in two Indian states where Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist party is seeking a second consecutive term. The Bharatiya Janata

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