Scientific research exhibition held at MUST

The opening ceremony of the Scientific Research Projects Result Exhibition and Academic Report in Year of 2018 was held in Room N101 of the Macau University of Science and Technology

On the road to GP | Drones banned all over city during Grand Prix

The Macao SAR Government will ban all unmanned aircraft activities during this year’s Macau Grand Prix to ensure that the event takes place in a safe environment. The Macau Grand Prix

Macau newly registered company capital surges by 111.2% in Q3

The total value of registered capital of new companies in Macau soared by 111.2% to 536 million patacas (about $66 million) in the third quarter of 2019, the special administrative

FIC warns young entrepreneurs ‘too many micro-companies’

The Cultural Industries Fund (FIC) has warned of the dangers of the creation of an excessive number of micro-size companies operating in the same business sector, chairman of Fund Leong

Macao Daily News editor condemns Hong Kong protestors

The editor-in-chief of Macao Daily News, Lok Po, condemned the recent demonstrations against Xinhua News Agency by protestors in Hong Kong. While he was in Guangzhou, Lok voiced his opinions on

Secretary Leong says Shanghai expo helps Macau businesses’ outreach effort

The active participation of Macau enterprises in the 2nd China International Import Expo (CIIE) “illustrates the Shanghai event is effective in promoting their business,” said the Secretary for Economy and

Briefs | Gov’t confident about inscription of ‘sea silk route’ as UNESCO heritage

The Government of Macau is confident about the inscription of the “sea silk route” on the UNESCO cultural heritage list, a Beijing wish that encompasses 25 cities for now. “We

MGM Scoops 20 Human Resources & CSR Awards in Two Months

Consolidating MGM’s lead as Employer of Choice Internationally In September and October, MGM won 20 major awards for its stellar performance and achievements. The acclaim included 17 human resources awards from

IAM says food safety violations decreasing

The number of food safety violations has gradually decreased, according to the Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM). Yesterday, during a TDM radio program, the Vice Chairman of Administration Committee on Municipal Affairs

Study dominates conversations between local parents and children

The most discussed topic in conversations between parents and children are children’s studies, according to survey results released yesterday. The Macau Youth Research Association and the General Association of Chinese Students

Baroque festival invites local and int’l musicians to present series of classics

The 5th Macao Baroque Music Festival is set to return to the city with the theme “connection,” celebrating the SAR’s growing connections with neighboring cities and regions around the globe. Alliance

Hong Kong | Pro-Beijing lawmaker stabbed while campaigning

An anti-government assailant stabbed and wounded a pro-Beijing Hong Kong lawmaker who was election campaigning yesterday, police said, in another escalation of violence surrounding the protests demanding political reforms in

Trade | China resumes pork imports from Canada amid dispute

China will resume imports of pork and beef from Canada, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced yesterday , following a major rift between Ottawa and Beijing and amid a serious pork

Personal Finance | Ho, ho, no? Reconsidering store credit cards at the holidays

Most shoppers know the routine: It’s time to check out and the cashier (or website) offers a discount if you sign up for the store credit card. The offer can be

Macron, Xi pledge to uphold free trade during visit

China and France vowed to uphold multilateralism and free trade and build an open global economy, as President Xi Jinping nears a phase one trade deal with the U.S. Xi’s comments

Huawei banks on strong smartphone growth despite blacklist

  Huawei Technologies Co. expects smartphone shipments to grow 20% next year - about the same pace as in 2019 - even if it’s blocked from the latest Google software, suggesting

Defense chief defends policy on Hong Kong, Xinjiang

China’s defense minister defended his country’s policy on the controversial issues of Hong Kong and the northwestern territory of Xinjiang in a telephone conversation with his U.S. counterpart. The official Xinhua

Alipay, WeChat pay open apps to foreigners visiting China

Chinese payments giants Alipay and WeChat Pay, long a source of worry among competitors abroad, plan to open up their platforms to foreigners visiting the mainland as regulators ease restrictions. The

US sees Japan-South Korea thaw as last hope to save intel pact

The U.S. is encouraged that Japan and South Korea are showing their first signs of a thaw in their yearlong feud. But it’s unclear whether ties between the two American

Thailand set to hinder Cambodian opposition’s return plans

Plans by self-exiled leaders of Cambodia’s banned opposition party to return to their homeland hit a major roadblock yesterday when Thailand’s prime minister said their top leader would not be

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