Three veterans of Executive Council to remain in next government

Macau’s incoming Chief Executive, Ho Iat Seng, has completed the procedures for the formation of the Executive Council for the fifth-term government, according to a statement

Aexis Tam to lead Macau offices in Portugal and EU

The outgoing Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam, has been appointed as the new head of the Macau Economic and Commercial Delegation in Portugal,

High-ranking officials to remain in senior public roles

Several high-ranking government officials due to step down from their current posts will remain in important positions, according to a report by TDM. Secretary

Top judge calls for Macau-mainland judicial cooperation

The President of the Court of Final Appeal (TUI), Sam Hou Fai, has told mainland state media that there is an urgent need for enhanced cooperation

Sands China honors local suppliers, pledging continuous support

Sands China Ltd. recently recognised some of its exceptional suppliers at the 2019 Sands Supplier Excellence Awards at The Venetian Macao, exemplifying its commitment and trust

Mainland’s Education Through Labor not applicable in Macau

Last month, at the Legislative Assembly, lawmaker Lei Chan U proposed that Macau should implement mainland China’s Education Through Labor (ETL) approach. ETL is

Xinhua perspective | Meet Macau’s confident, happy millennial generation

Choi Hio Lam was born in Macau near the turn of the millennium. Like most millennials the world over, Choi grew up in an increasingly

Fringe Festival returns across 27 city venues

The 19th Macao City Fringe Festival will be held early next year, with the largest number of venues in its history. The festival will take

Hong Kong youth pursue entrepreneurial dream in Guangzhou

Jason Choi, a young entrepreneur from Hong Kong, is pursuing his long-held dream to establish a creative advertising festival geared toward youth from Guangdong province. The

Hengqin economy has grown 64% over a decade

The economy of Hengqin has grown by about 64% over the past decade, according to a senior Hengqin official. Niu Jing, Chinese Communist Party Secretary

Briefs | Shenzhen: Customs record imported case of Zika virus

Shenzhen customs has detected a case of imported Zika virus in a man returning from abroad, local health authorities said Tuesday. The patient, 33, has been put under

Foreign experts exit HK police probe after disputes

A panel of international experts advising Hong Kong’s police watchdog announced it would withdraw from a review of officers’ conduct, a move that will likely bolster

Here’s how miserable 2019 was for the airline industry

Airline industry profits will come in lower than forecast this year as passenger numbers and cargo volumes are held back by slowing economic growth and global

Tourism | Visitors surging to Singapore help push hotel deals to record

Hotel deals in Singapore are set for a record amid a surge in tourist arrivals buoyed by people wanting to avoid the protests in Hong Kong.

Beijing officials lash out at US over new legislation

Chinese officials lashed out at the U.S. yesterday over recent legislation passed by Congress criticizing Beijing for its policies in Hong Kong and the Xinjiang region

Chinese migrants found hiding in appliances at US crossing

Eleven Chinese migrants were discovered hiding in furniture and appliances inside a truck stopped by agents as it entered the U.S. from Mexico at a Southern

Myanmar | Suu Kyi denies genocide allegations at top UN court

Myanmar’s former pro-democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi yesterday denied that her country’s armed forces committed genocide against the Rohingya minority, telling the U.N.’s top court

UN: Nearly a half-billion in Asia-Pacific still going hungry

Nearly a half-billion people in the Asia-Pacific are still malnourished and eliminating hunger by 2030 requires that millions escape food insecurity each month, according to a

UK Elections | Political leaders chase undecided voters on eve of vote

British political leaders rose early yesterday to pursue undecided voters on the eve of a national election, zigzagging across  the country in hopes that one last

Holiday rom-com ‘Love, Actually’ inspires election memes

Love, Actually” is all around this year in Britain’s pre-Christmas election. The 2003 romantic comedy about the love lives of assorted Londoners over the holiday season has

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