Q&A | Father Cyril, Law Chancellor: Priest highlights need for local seminarians to cope with demand

The movement of missionaries has always been a constant feature of Christianity. However, the Macau SAR currently faces a lack of clergymen, thus leading to a

Gaming | Mayweather wants to build casinos in Japan – and launch it with a rematch against Pacquiao: report

Floyd Mayweather wants to build a casino empire in Japan – and could launch it by hosting a money-spinning rematch against Manny Pacquiao in the Far East,

Government study rejects criminalization of illegal guesthouses

A government study has determined that criminalizing illegal guesthouses is not an effective solution to the problem, according to a statement released by the government.

Briefs | Research indicates no shortage of nurses

Research into Macau’s medical development plan shows that Macau has no shortage of nurses in public hospitals. According to a statement released by the Health Bureau (SSM), the

E-government not applicable for judicial procedures: Chan Chak Mo

Yesterday, the Second Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly (AL) continued its discussion on the e-government bill, with officials suggesting that the bill should not

GBA key to Belt & Road, says mainland academic

The Greater Bay Area, which consists of the Guangdong Province, and the Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macau, has a strategic position in the country’s

Hotel Journal | Kevin Ho joins Marriott group to open luxury hotel in Porto

The building of Portuguese newspaper Jornal de Notícias (JN), in the northern city of Porto, will be converted into a hotel to be managed by the

VIVA Macau returns with 80 performing groups

The 2019 Macao International Parade is set to feature some 1,800 artists from 61 local groups and 19 groups from across the globe on December 8, as announced

‘Are you married? Do you have children’ top interview questions to women

Are you married” and “do you have children” are the most frequently asked questions at job interviews of female job seekers in the city, according to the

New Vietnam-Macau air route to be launched

Vietnam’s national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines will open its first direct air route between the capital city of Hanoi and the Macau SAR starting from Dec. 15. The

Hong Kong | SAR police deny curfew rumor, Xi urges end to violence

Hong Kong police warned protesters yesterday that they were moving “one step closer to terrorism” by sinking the city into chaos, as riot squads skirmished with

Xiamen | Chinese sea goddess Mazu ‘flies’ to Thailand for cultural exchanges

An airplane departed from Xiamen, a coastal city of Fujian Province yesterday morning, carrying a special passenger - the Chinese sea goddess Mazu (A-Ma). She is

Ferrari aims to entice new clients with Roma coupe

Ferrari unveiled yesterday a new, easy-driving coupe dubbed Roma aimed at attracting buyers who have been intimidated by sports cars and perhaps even the Prancing Horse’s racing

Internet | Pope demands tech companies prevent kids from viewing porn

Pope Francis called yesterday for Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Google and other tech companies to urgently take measures to remove child porn from the web and prevent

Taiwan opposition candidate backs Hong Kong full democracy

The China-friendly opposition candidate in Taiwan’s upcoming presidential election is urging Hong Kong to adopt universal suffrage as the best way of stemming months of anti-government protests.

Tariff war | Trade talks hit bump as China resists US demands on agricultural purchases

A U.S. demand that China spell out how it plans to reach as much as $50 billion in agricultural imports annually has become a sticking point in

Germany, France, UK, condemn North Korean missile launches

Germany, France and Britain strongly condemned the dozen sets of ballistic missile launches by North Korea since May and urged Pyongyang to engage in “meaningful

Cambodia’s opposition leader in Indonesia ponders next move

Exiled Cambodian opposition leader Sam Rainsy arrived yesterday in Indonesia to meet some of the country’s lawmakers as he considers when and how to make his

South Korea | Ex-justice minister summoned in financial probe

South Korean prosecutors yesterday summoned the former justice minister as they expand an investigation into corruption allegations surrounding his family that sparked huge protests. Cho

Battle lines harden as Trump impeachment inquiry goes public

With historic impeachment hearings underway, Democrats and Republicans are hardening their arguments over the actions of President Donald Trump as they set out to win over a

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