The police authority has proposed amendments to the cybercrime bill, having suggested giving itself access to more computer information. Now facing scrutiny at the Legislative Assembly (AL), lawmakers
The government has proposed to limit the fees charged to foreign workers by job agencies to no more than 50% of the labor’s monthly salary, with the
The Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) and The International School of Macao (TIS) participated recently in the 2019 Advanced Innovative Education 100 School Summit
Showcasing the Allure of Traditional Chinese Culture To mark the double celebration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China and
The city of Matosinhos, in the north of Portugal, has been covered by a 5G mobile phone network in a partnership between Portuguese company NOS and Chinese group Huawei,
Hong Kong’s Suncity Group Holdings has announced the acquisition of a majority stake in a Philippines company, with which it will co-develop and then operate
The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) has recorded two cases of illegal street food stall operation, involving non-local residents. Earlier this month, the IAM conducted four consecutive days of inspections
Hong Kong’s top environment official has called for collaboration with regions in the Greater Bay Area, particularly Zhuhai, to fulfill its aim for a low-carbon strategy for 2050.
Great American Barbecue - Nebraska in Macau” was held yesterday at Il Prato, celebrating its sixth edition of showcasing a variety of authentic U.S. Nebraskan beef
Lawmaker Sulu Sou said the Municipal Affairs Bureau might reconsider its stand on the Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR) strategy for stray animals, which the bureau earlier refused to adopt.
Part of the inaugural Art Macao initiative, Outloud Street Art Festival was held over the past weekend with the theme of “back to the future”.
Lawmaker Sulu Sou urged for an equalization of holiday compensation scheme within the public security force in his recent interpellation. There are principles governing the
Hong Kong’s move to make it easier for first-time home buyers to break into the world’s least-affordable housing market has had an immediate effect, with sales
Hong Kong disqualified activist Joshua Wong from running in District Council elections next month, in a blow to protesters’ efforts to win greater electoral influence in the
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam dismissed reports of her looming replacement as “very malicious,” reiterating that she had Beijing’s support despite more than four months of
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