Largest-ever Light Festival to target international visitors

Entering its fifth year, the Macao Light Festival will be larger than ever before, covering a total of 15 locations across Macau in four different

Education | Schools may need to repay subsidies if they collapse

The Bill of the Non-Tertiary Private Education Statute has no stipulations on how government subsidies should be handled if a school collapses or becomes profitable, the

Tourism committee targets creation of diverse products

The Tourism Development Committee (CDT) is targeting the creation of more multi-destination tourism products in Macau and other cities in the Greater Bay Area, as discussed on

Visitor arrivals surpass 3.2 million in October

Visitor arrivals surpassed 3.2 million in October 2019, according to the latest data from the Statistics and Census Service, up by 1.8% year-on-year. The

Arts | Musical is a search for identity, say performers in Mr Shi and His Lover

Each and every performance rendered by the actor portraying Mr Shi in the musical “Mr Shi and His Lover”, now playing at the Macau Cultural Center,

Gastronomy | Sands China kicks off F&B culinary exchange series

Sands China Ltd. has been holding the Sands China Academy – Fostering Collaboration to Incubate F&B Talent Series since Wednesday, aiming to boost local talent in the

Briefs | Concrete falls from PSP academy building, damages cars

Loose concrete from a building belonging to the public security force has fallen to the ground and damaged three cars. Earlier this week, at the Academy of Public

Sulu Sou asks about limits on immigration

Lawmaker Sulu Sou has written an interpellation to the local government asking about Macau’s immigration policy and more specifically, about limits on immigration. In the third quarter

Courts | TSI confirms decision on expiration of four land plots

The Court of Second Instance (TSI) has confirmed an administrative decision taken by the Secretary for Transport and Public Works regarding the expiration of the concession

Government to award brand new organization for bravery

Three senior public servants and a new organization, which has not yet completed a single mission, will receive awards for their hard work and bravery today.

HK holdout protester | ‘No surrender, no regrets’

Pale and thin, a teenager wandered the nearly deserted campus of Hong Kong Polytechnic University at about 1 a.m. Wednesday. He wrapped his arms around his

HK’s rich open more offshore accounts as backup plan, bankers say

Top bankers say Hong Kong’s wealthy are opening more offshore accounts to ensure they have an emergency escape route for their cash if the city’s civil

Asia needs $800 billion over the next decade to feed itself

Asia’s food and agricultural industry will need additional investments of $800 billion over the next decade to grow to a sustainable size and reach a

Google limits political ad targeting, bans misleading info

Google is severely limiting how political advertisers can target people online, a decision made after weeks of furious debate over how online platforms handle campaign messages.

Macau introduces brand new spa and wellness concept

The Ritz-Carlton, Macau is launching a spa concept that combines the latest technology with traditional therapies, the hotel has announced in a statement. Embracing the unique Chinese-Western

Melco donates MOP600,000 to Tung Sin Tong

Melco Resorts & Entertainment is continuing to support Tung Sin Tong’s social welfare and poverty alleviation community services, recently donating 600,000 patacas to the organization.  Melco representatives including

Beijing bats away rumors, says trade talks with US continue

China is working to resolve conflicts with Washington over trade, a Commerce Ministry official said yesterday, dismissing speculation the talks might be in trouble as inaccurate “rumors.” Ministry spokesman Gao Feng

Malaysia detains 680 in China-based online scam syndicate

Malaysia’s Immigration Department said yesterday it has broken up a China-based online investment scam syndicate with the arrest of 680 suspected Chinese citizens after storming a building where they were

Trump expected to sign Hong Kong bill despite China threats

U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to sign legislation passed by Congress supporting Hong Kong protesters, setting up a confrontation with China that could imperil a long-awaited trade deal between

N. Korea says Kim turned down Moon invitation to visit South

Blaming its rival for a recent chill in relations, North Korea yesterday said its leader turned down an invitation by South Korean President Moon Jae-in to participate in a regional

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