Environment | Activist dissatisfied with gov’t’s slow implementation on MOP1 plastic bag

The call for the government to reduce plastic waste is entering into force today as single-use plastic bags in retail locations will now cost one pataca. However, for local environmental activists,

New policy to regulate dog walking

A photograph showing a new signboard in the Flora Garden banning dogs was posted over the weekend on an animal protection social media group. Members of the groups left questions about

GP66 | ‘No flavor’ win extends Rutter record

Michael Rutter is the winner of this year’s Macau Motorcycle Grand Prix, extending his record to nine wins at the Guia circuit. Unlike his other wins, this came from a late

Hotel occupancy at 90% during GP period

  Hotels in Macau recorded an occupancy rate of 90% during the first two days of the Macau Grand Prix (GP) period, at an average price slightly lower compared to the

Macau middle schools want more ‘love for the country’

The Macau SAR government is suggesting that Macau’s middle school students need a broader and deeper education to develop their sense of responsibility and love towards the country. On Friday, the

Gov’t ombudsman wraps up investigation on GBA bureau head

The Commission Against Corruption concluded that the employment practice of the Policy Research and Regional Development Bureau (DSEPDR) has flaws, among other allegations. The de-facto government ombudsman of Macau has finished

HKZMB logistics facilities under planning

Abiding with urban planning rules is a must for the logistics facilities at the Macau side of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, Office of the Secretary for Security pointed out, in

Macau school alumnus allegedly threatened after petitioning

An alumnus of the Pui Ching Middle School has allegedly been threatened after petitioning against social media posts believed to be written by a teacher of the school. The event was

Venetian | teamLab to open in February launching new ‘immersive artworks’

Immersive visual arts collective teamLab is set to open a permanent museum at The Venetian Macao in February 2020. Named teamLab SuperNature, the museum will present a series of installations and

DSE adjusts subsidy repayment due to economic downturn

To support the financial difficulties that small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) may face in response to the recent economic downturn, the government has introduced short-term measures to adjust the repayment

Chinese troops join HK cleanup as protesters retreat

Chinese troops came out of the barracks in Hong Kong on Saturday — not to quell protests but to help clean up. It was a rare public appearance by the People’s

Hong Kong protests | Officer hit by arrow; police fire water cannons

A Hong Kong police officer was hit in the leg by an arrow yesterday as authorities used tear gas and water cannons to try to drive back protesters occupying a

Education | Hong Kong financial elites shun local schools as protests mount

At Hong Kong’s most prestigious local schools, the admissions process can be brutally competitive. Demand for openings almost always exceeds supply, and children from the city’s upper echelons often get

Sands Resorts launches Winter Extravaganza

Sands Resorts Macao got the festive season off to a start last week with an unveiling event for Christmas trees and decorations at The Venetian Macao and The Parisian Macao,

Melco sweeps four awards at the 2019 edition of Stelliers Greater China

Melco Resorts & Entertainment announced it has swept four awards at the 2019 edition of Stelliers Greater China. Launched in 2014 and formerly known as The Hotelier Awards, Stelliers is the only

Chinese students head to mainland, fleeing Hong Kong unrest

The mainland Chinese students arriving from Hong Kong huddled with their suitcases, waiting for a bus to take them to temporary accommodation in this city across the

Tiffany Li | Chinese real estate heiress who posted $35M bail acquitted of murder

A San Francisco Bay Area real estate heiress who was under house arrest on $35 million bail for more than two years plans to reconnect with her

Chinese carrier fleet passes near rival Taiwan

A Chinese aircraft carrier fleet passed near Taiwan yesterday, prompting the self-governing island to scramble ships and jets to monitor the situation. Taiwan’s defense ministry said the southbound Chinese

Australian MP says he and colleague barred entry to China

An outspoken Australian parliamentarian said that he and a colleague have been barred entry to China for a study trip, a development he said was concerning.

A family of strongmen who tilted Sri Lanka toward a deep reliance on China clinched victory in a tightly-fought presidential election, as voting showed the country remains

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