Institute launches website featuring city’s historical resources

A website containing resources on the Macau SAR’s historiography, cartography, iconography and other materials that inform the city’s historic role in bridging continents and culture has been


The Calçada da Igreja de Sao Lázaro is a street that transversally crosses several streets in the area of the city known as the Saint Lazarus neighborhood. Completed on

New Macau demands shelving of facial recognition trial

The New Macau Association (ANM) is demanding that local security shelve the facial recognition trial for CCTV surveillance cameras, Sulu Sou said during a press conference

Problematic UM tunnel to go through repair works

The tunnel connecting Taipa to the Hengqin campus of the University of Macau, which has been in operation since 2013, will undergo a repair project due

Local unis offer Macau students in Hong Kong study opportunities

Seven local universities have expressed their willingness to “assist” excellent Macau students who are studying in Hong Kong. Recently, due to the protests in Hong Kong, local universities,

Telecom steps into Macau Digital 2.0 with new cloud

Local telecom CTM yesterday launched its new cloud technology, leaping forward into a new era for local smart application solutions, named “Macau Digital 2.0.”

Melco hosts uniform design competition

Macau resort operator Melco Resorts and Entertainment Ltd. yesterday announced details of a uniform design competition, to be held in association with the Macau Productivity and

TIS holds first South China conference soccer game

The International School of Macau (TIS) recently hosted this year’s South China International School Sports Conference (SCISAC) youth football competition for children under 15 years old.

Sands China continues series of initiatives to pursue sustainability

Sands China Ltd. has long been innovative in its environmental sustainability efforts, implementing sustainability measures within the integrated resort operator’s different properties and departments. As a

Forum | Forum Macau wants ‘green’ cooperation with UN

Forum Macau Secretary General Xu Yingzhen this week stated the importance of building a society and an increasingly green and sustainable future through the creation of

Briefs | Ho Iat Seng says Macau will be ‘poster boy’ of country’s reunification

Ho Iat Seng said in an interview with state broadcaster China Central Television (CCTV) that Macau would become “an example of the nation’s reunification.” Ho, who will be

Masks ruling | China seen flexing legal muscles on Hong Kong

Criticism from China’s rubber-stamp parliament of a Hong Kong court decision is raising concerns that Beijing may move to flex its legal muscles and overrule the

Hong Kong | Police surround last holdouts at university

About 100 anti-government protesters remained holed up at a Hong Kong university yesterday, their choices dwindling along with their food supplies as they braced for the endgame

A chain store hated by Hong Kong protesters sees double digit drop

Snacks chain Best Mart 360 Holdings Ltd. has seen revenue drop by double digits as its stores come under attack by radical Hong Kong protesters

Sands Retail Academy honours 8th graduating class

A group of over 200 employees from among the retailers at Sands Shoppes Macao were recognised at a graduation ceremony for the Sands Retail Academy held yesterday at

MGM Cotai receives architecture accolade

MGM Cotai has been declared the world’s best new skyscraper in 2018 by the Emporis Skyscraper Awards, one of the most renowned architecture prizes for skyscrapers, the gaming operator

Taiwan bid to lure firms from China paying off, gov’t says

Taiwan’s push for its companies to invest in advanced manufacturing at home after decades of focusing on China is helping off-set the effects of Beijing’s trade war with the U.S.,

US failing to stop China from stealing research, report says

The United States government has failed to stop China from stealing intellectual property from American universities and lacks a comprehensive strategy for dealing with the threat, a congressional report concluded

Taliban say they freed US, Australian hostage for 3 Taliban

The Taliban said they freed yesterday an American and an Australian hostage held since 2016 in exchange for three top Taliban figures who were released by the Kabul government and

Japan | Toyota worker’s suicide ruled work-related after harassment

An engineer at Toyota killed himself after being constantly ridiculed by his boss, authorities have ruled. Toyota Motor Corp. acknowledged the case after reports of the ruling emerged yesterday. The company

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