All government apps to become one

All apps written for public and semi-public entities are expected to be consolidated into one, named “Macau in Pocket”, said Ma Chi Ngai, coordinator of the

Fire and evacuation drill held at Macau Tower

The Fire Services (CB) yesterday held a fire and evacuation drill with the Macau Tower in order to test the response, coordination and communication capabilities of

Memory Lane

Forty-five years have passed between these two photographs from the Macau Grand Prix. Back in 1973, Macau was hosting the second edition of the soon-to-become famous “Guia Race”

Gastronomy becomes highlight of Macanese Communities Meeting

In Macau until this Friday, the 2019 Macanese Communities Meeting has brought over 1,300 people to the city from all corners of the world. About

AL Plenary | Public consultation on 60-billion-pataca ‘sovereign wealth fund’ planned for 2020

The local government has planned to conduct a public consultation on the establishment of a 60-billion-pataca Macau investment development fund. In July, the

Higher-star hotels record higher occupancy

The higher the star of a Macau hotel is, the higher its occupancy rate, according to the Director of the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO), Maria

Briefs | 6-year-old usury group shut down by police

The Judiciary Police (PJ) shut down a six-year-old cross-border usury group, in conjunction with the mainland police authority. In total, the police authority arrested 55 people, including the

Services for the elderly signed with Guangdong

The local government has signed a cooperation plan with the Guangdong provincial government regarding services for elderly Macau citizens living across the border. According to Vong Yim Mui,

Tourism | Master Plan objectives mostly implemented, claims local authority

Macau’s tourism authority has claimed an implementation rate of 81% concerning the actions and objectives outlined in the Macao Tourism Industry Development Master Plan, since the

Zhuhai-Shenzhen link plan revealed

The Zhuhai government has announced plans for a Shenzhen-Zhuhai bridge, suggesting that a bridge crossing the Lingding Channel will be built to connect the two cities,

Macau signs pact with HK on avoidance of double taxation

China’s special administrative regions of Hong Kong and Macau have signed a comprehensive avoidance of double taxation arrangement, it was announced this week. Under the

Over 700 tonnes of smuggled frozen meat seized in Guangdong

More than 700 tonnes of smuggled frozen meat was seized in several cases by customs in Guangdong Province, local authorities said late last week. The frozen meat was

Hong Kong leader offers no new concessions, risking more violence

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam didn’t make any new concessions to protesters after pro- democracy forces won a landslide in local elections, a move that risks

Besieged HK university finds only one person in search

A Hong Kong university team looking for protesters still hiding after a 10-day siege by police only found one person after six hours. Alexander Wai, vice president

Cinema | Imax bets on Chinese blockbusters as Hollywood’s appeal fades

The Chinese unit of Imax Corp., the world’s largest jumbo-screen cinema platform, is planning to back more local films, shifting away from its dependence on

Melco Star Macau youth talent competition promotes Chinese culture

To celebrate the special occasion of this year’s dual anniversaries, Melco Resorts & Entertainment partnered with the National Conditions Education Association (Macau) on Monday night to host the

Christmas feasts and celebrations at Grand Coloane Resort this December

With just one month to go before Christmas, Grand Coloane Resort has prepared a series of fantastic feasts and happenings for the season to be truly very merry.

China says trade envoys agree on phone to continue talks

Top Chinese and U.S. trade negotiators have agreed to talks on a preliminary deal for resolving the tariff war between the world’s two largest economies, the Chinese Commerce Ministry said

California man tells court he served as agent for Beijing

A former San Francisco Bay Area tour operator agreed yesterday to plead guilty to serving as an unregistered agent for China in exchange for a possible reduced prison sentence. Xuehua

Xinjiang papers The man behind the detention of one million Muslims

After bloody race riots rocked China’s far west a decade ago, the ruling Communist Party turned to a rare figure in their ranks to restore order: a Han Chinese official

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