Chui Sai On paints a bright picture of 10 years of governance

The last decade of the Macau Special Administrative Region (SAR) saw very stable development and an improvement in the livelihood of the population, the Chief Executive

Gov’t to raise civil servants, keep ‘partaking scheme’ for 2020

Although the Chief Executive (CE) mandate will come to a close before the end of this year, it is within the authority of the government to

Two security officers sentenced to jail for bribery

The Court of Second Instance (TSI) has handed down a jail sentence to a former officer from the customs authority and an officer from the prison authority for bribery.

Macau gambling supervisor effort commended internationally

Paulo Martins Chan, head of the Gaming Coordination and Inspection Bureau, said yesterday at the MGS Entertainment Show that the bureau’s work in monitoring and supervising

CTM 5G service to start with city center

Years after provision of 4G mobile services, the telecom company has started its tests on 5G mobile technology in Macau. The company is ready to commence

UM professor highlights Guangdong’s leading role and SARs’ supporting role in GBA

A law professor from the University of Macau has highlighted the importance of Guangdong, and downgraded Macau and Hong Kong’s position in the Greater Bay Area development

Briefs | Nov GGR down 9% to MOP22.5-23b: Nomura

Nomura has estimated the local gaming industry’s gross gaming revenue (GGR) per day through the first ten days of the month was roughly MOP750 million, down 12% against

Hong Kong | Police, protesters face off in renewed clashes

Police and protesters battled outside university campuses and several thousand demonstrators blocked roads as they took over a central business district at lunchtime yesterday in another

Freedom | Is not Free Tsai support group to hold concert supporting Hong Kong

A concert supporting Hongkongers’ fight for freedom will be held in Taipei’s Liberty Square by a new political coalition backing the re-election bid of President Tsai Ing-wen,

Hong Kong | Portraits of masked protesters

For many protesters in Hong Kong, identity is entwined with surveillance. Their signature masks, umbrellas and top-to-bottom black outfits shield them not only from physical

Analysis | Buying stocks at record highs works until it doesn’t

Those who bought stocks as they soared to new records last week amid rising optimism for a trade deal are probably suffering buyer’s remorse after President

StarWorld launches new gastronomic campaign

An exclusive menu jointly presented by guest chef Lan Qijin, master of Sichuan cuisine, and executive Chinese chef of Starworld Hotel, Chan Chek Keong, will be

Melco’s properties receive smart hotel accolades

Melco Resorts & Entertainment’s Morpheus, Nuwa, and Studio City Hotel have been awarded at the Macao Smart Hotel Award for their use of innovative technology in hospitality by the

Tencent falls $90 billion behind Alibaba after NBA China row

Just a year ago, Tencent Holdings Ltd. locked up one of the most coveted media franchises in the country when it paid $1.5 billion for five

World Bank cuts back project in restive Xinjiang

The World Bank is cutting back a $50 million project in China’s restive Xinjiang region following a review prompted by allegations of abuses. A statement from the

TikTok revamps lobbying as Washington targets Chinese ownership

TikTok, the popular music-video app, is building up its fledgling lobbying operations to counter stepped-up pressure in Washington over its Chinese ownership and wage an escalating

Aviation | US bars any new flights to or from Malaysia

Malaysia’s aviation-safety downgrade makes Asia the region with the most markets where airlines are restricted from U.S. airspace. The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration cut Malaysia

Air quality sinks to ‘severe’ in haze-shrouded New Delhi

A thick gray haze blanketed India’s capital yesterday, with authorities attempting to reduce the pollution by sprinkling water to settle dust and banning some construction. The

Evo Morales flees crisis-torn Bolivia after deadly clashes

Bolivia faced its worst unrest in decades amid a political vacuum yesterday, while Evo Morales, who transformed the Andean nation as its first indigenous president, fled

Offbeat | Michigan man uses battle ax to fight off intruder

A Michigan man whose hobbies include ritualized combat with replica weapons from the Middle Ages says he wielded a battle ax he calls “my baby” to fend off an

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