Red is glory, says architect-artist Marreiros

For nearly four months, distinguished Macau architect and artist Carlos Marreiros will be exhibiting the boat on which he painted 108 individuals, along with a “library” of his 50 books,

On the road to GP | Larger and faster – the new Formula 3 car

The heaviest and most powerful of all Formula 3 cars will race for the first time next week on the Guia Circuit. The switch to new specifications has led to concerns

Briefs | DSAT’s speedometer reminder

Yesterday, the Transport Bureau (DSAT) issued a specific statement reminding heavy-duty vehicle owners to install speedometer data recorders. DSAT reminded owners that heavy-duty vehicles must be equipped with self-recording speedometers

Neto Valente made UIA member of honor

President of the Macau Lawyers Association Jorge Neto Valente has been made a member of honor of the International Association of Lawyers (UIA), following a proposal by the organization’s president

Stamp duty regulation and code of taxation may overlap

Considering the available drafts, some lawmakers find the authority of the proposed amendment to the Stamp Duty Regulation and the Bill for the Code of Taxation unclear, explained Vong Hin

Police to test surveillance cameras, facial recognition in 2020

In 2020, the Unitary Police (SPU) will start testing the facial recognition functionality of some of the city’s CCTV surveillance cameras, according to a statement released by SPU yesterday. Since the

Pork to remain expensive up to Spring Festival

Pork may remain expensive during the upcoming Spring Festival, according to the Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM). Lei Wai Nong, Vice President of the Administration Committee of IAM, wants the Macau public

25 hotels receive Macao Smart Hotel Award

A total of 25 local hotels have received the Macao Smart Hotel Award in a ceremony held yesterday at the Macau Tower. Organized by the Macao Post and Telecommunications Bureau (CTT)

Macau an important link in Maritime Silk Road

The Macau government will work even harder to develop and preserve the Maritime Silk Road, Leong Wai Man, deputy director of the Cultural Affairs Bureau, pledged to a symposium Wednesday

Six new HK, Macau projects accepted at Zhongshan incubator

A total of six youth innovation and entrepreneurship projects from Macau and Hong Kong have been submitted at the Nanqu International Youth Technology and Innovation Park (TIP)

Hong Kong | Court convicts teen for carrying laser pointer

A Hong Kong court ruling yesterday that a laser pointer carried by a teenager was an offensive weapon marked a tougher stance by the judiciary after months

Markets | Taiwan’s surprisingly strong year will continue in 2020

Taiwan stocks are  A surprisingly strong year for Taiwan is showing no signs of slowing. Foreign inflows into Taiwan have made the economy and asset

MGM Lion Dance competition to feature 28 troupes

MGM and the Wushu General Association of Macau are once again co-hosting the “MGM Lion Dance Championship – Macau International Invitational 2019” on November 23 and 24, featuring

Sands China co-launches new program for resort professionals

Sands China Ltd. launched the Sands China Integrated Talent Development Programme earlier this week, a custom-tailored program for middle and senior integrated resort management professionals. Co-organized with the

Court sentences nine in fentanyl trafficking case after US tip

A Chinese court sentenced nine fentanyl traffickers yesterday in a case that is the culmination of a rare collaboration between Chinese and U.S. law enforcement to crack

Gov’t to ban vaping in public places as crackdown intensifies

China plans to ban e-cigarettes in public places to stem a “distinct increase” in vaping among teenagers, becoming the latest nation to push back on the

Gov’t says Beijing, US to lift tariff hikes as talks advance

Beijing and Washington have agreed to reduce some punitive tariffs on each other’s goods as talks on ending their trade war progress, a Chinese spokesman said yesterday,

South Korea deports North Koreans who fled after killing 16

In an extremely unusual case, South Korea repatriated two North Korean fishermen yesterday after finding they had killed 16 other crew members on their boat and then

North Korea calls Abe an ‘idiot’ over criticism of weapons test

North Korea yesterday called Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe an “idiot” after he criticized a recent weapons test by the North. In a statement attributed

New Zealand | Gov’t passes law aimed at combating climate change

New Zealand lawmakers yesterday joined forces across the aisle to pass a bill aimed at combating climate change. The Zero Carbon bill aims to make

WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By :