‘If you must fly, fly with purpose’, says environmentalist

If flying is inevitable, do it with purpose and intention, says Songqiao Yao, founder and Chief Exploration Officer of WildBound, an international environmental group. Her group is an innovative earth-inspired organization

Gaming | Japan striving to ensure IRs produce minimal negative effects

With Japan opening its doors to integrated resort operators to bid for one of three licenses across the country, an industry expert has said that the land of the rising

Gaming | November on track for steep contraction

  November is reportedly on track to become the worst month for gross gaming revenue growth since March 2016. That’s according to analysts at two firms, which predict that the year-on-year

Legislative Assembly | Gov’t intends to study salary increase for high-ranking officials

The local government intends to conduct a study on a salary increase for high-ranking officials, according to Kou Peng Kuan, director of the Public Administration and Civil Service Bureau (SAFP). During

MELCO supports local SMEs through wave of creative and promotional opportunities

Melco Resorts and Entertainment (Melco) continues to organize events to provide creative and promotional opportunities for local small and medium enterprises (SMEs), with a staff uniform design competition presented in

Two Macau films screened at Xiamen’s Film Festival

The 28th China Golden Rooster and Hundred Flowers Film Festival held from November 19 to 23 in Xiamen, Fujian province, featured this year two Macau films. Diago and Nobody Nose,

Drone activity banned during handover celebration

The Macau government will ban all unmanned aircraft activities during the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the special administrative region next month to ensure that the celebrations will take

iFood Macau to integrate payment methods

A new system will combine all popular payment methods so that restaurateurs will not need as many payment consoles in the future, the executive of a Macau food order platform

Longines, Sands Shoppes launch Christmas decorations

  Swiss watchmaking brand Longines and Sands Shoppes Macao have launched their Christmas decorations at St. Mark’s Square, inviting Hong Kong actress Linda Chung to officiate the lighting ceremony. This is the

Markets | HK stock’s 78% collapse adds to wave of sudden crashes

A third Hong Kong stock in less than a week lost most of its value in a sudden one-day plunge, underscoring concern that the $5.2 trillion market has become a

Goldman says time to buy shares in beleaguered MTR

MTR Corp. is poised to recover quickly when Hong Kong’s situation eventually settles, after months of protests in the city saw its passenger numbers and stock price plummet. That’s the view

Hong Kong | Cross-Harbour Tunnel reopens as campus siege nears end

  A major tunnel in Hong Kong reopened yesterday as a weeklong police siege of a nearby university appeared to be winding down, closing one of the more violent chapters in

Vietnam to boost pork imports as New Year delicacies at risk

Vietnamese people may be at risk of missing out on their favorite local dishes this Lunar New Year, such as pork jelly and pork braised in coconut water with eggs,

Portuguese hotel CEO blames weak pound for drop in UK visitors

  In 2017, then-U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said his country would never turn its back on Portugal, one of its oldest allies. Some of his countrymen are doing otherwise. While the

Hong Kong Tatler names Sichuan Moon among top 20 restaurants

Sichuan Moon at Wynn Palace Cotai is now ranked among Hong Kong Tatler’s Top 20 Restaurants for the first time, becoming the only restaurant in Macau to receive this honor. Sichuan

Studio City lights up the holiday season with Christmas Bazaar

Studio City is bringing an extra sprinkle of magic to this holiday season. In addition to a glittering Christmas Bazaar with festive displays and heart-warming gifts by small and medium-sized enterprises

US proposes rules to vet all telecoms-related purchases

The Department of Commerce has proposed requiring case-by-case approvals of all purchases of telecommunications equipment in a move likely to hit major Chinese suppliers like Huawei.

Environment | Gov’t says it has met its carbon reduction goal early

China has realized its 2020 target for reducing carbon emissions ahead of schedule, the ecology and environment ministry reported yesterday. The ministry said China’s CO2

US criticizes China for abuses revealed by leaked cables

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Tuesday that a cache of leaked documents proves that Chinese authorities are engaged in massive and systemic repression of Muslims and

Bodies of victims found in UK truck repatriated to Vietnam

The bodies of 16 of the 39 Vietnamese who died when human traffickers carried them by truck to England last month were repatriated to their homeland

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