ExCo convenes its first meeting

The Executive Council (ExCo) of Macau convened its first meeting earlier today, where new Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng briefed the advisory body’s members of their duties and responsibilities. Presiding over

Activists: Macau is ‘unconvincing example’ of One Country, Two Systems

According to Chinese President Xi Jinping, Hong Kong has a lot to learn from Macau when it comes to the ‘One Country, Two Systems’ policy framework, designed to safeguard Chinese

Beijing loyalist Ho Iat Seng takes helm in Macau

Ho Iat Seng was inaugurated today as the third Chief Executive of the Macau Special Administrative Region since the territory’s return to Chinese rule in 1999. The 62-year-old businessman

National security emerges as President Xi’s top message

Chinese President Xi Jinping yesterday called on security forces in the Macau Special Administrative Region to resolutely prevent and crack down on actions endangering the security of national sovereignty and

Briefs | Macau sea area survey completed

The China Geological Survey authority has carried out the first systematic marine geological survey of Macau’s waters, having compiled the atlas of geological resources and environments in Macau’s waters. According

Xi visits Portuguese-speaking countries’ trade platform

President Xi Jinping visited different sectors in the SAR yesterday, including the China-Portuguese-speaking Countries Commercial and Trade Service Platform Complex and the Government Integrated Services Building in the Northern District. The

Analysts: Xi’s visit already impacting tourism, gaming

President Xi Jinping’s official visit has already impacted the city’s visitation and gaming results, analysts from Sanford C. Bernstein and JP Morgan said Last week, brokerage Sanford C. Bernstein predicted that

China’s central bank to raise remittance limits from Macau

The Chinese central bank authority, People’s Bank of China, announced on Wednesday that it would raise the daily limit on individuals’ remittance from Macau to Chinese yuan accounts in the

A gambling prize worth $20 billion is losing its luster in Japan

Casino executives who have long salivated over Japan as a potential $20 billion gaming market are beginning to question whether that jackpot is worth all the trouble. Japan legalized casino gambling

Gaming regulator asks search engines to block illegal websites

In 2019, the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) reached out to several major mainland search engine operators to block illegal gambling links, according to the DICJ’s reply to lawmaker

Bus driver suffers heart attack before crash

  A bus crashed into a lamppost in front of the Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) earlier this week, after the bus driver had a heart attack. The accident caused lampshades and hanging

Community’s Continued Support Drives GEG’s Success in Strengthening National Pride

As a patriotic Macau-based corporation, Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) has long supported the government’s vision to invest heavily in the development of the city’s younger generation and preparing them for

MUST launches State Key Lab Hengqin branch

The Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) opened the Hengqin branch of its State Key Laboratories earlier this week. The unveiling ceremony was held on the afternoon of December

A very brief twenty-year history of the Macau SAR

There was a sense of trepidation and uncertainty in the five years leading up to the handover of Macau. People living in the city

MSAR – a timeline

2000 Under the leadership of Macau’s first Chief Executive (CE) Edmund Ho, Secretary for Administration and Justice Florinda da Rosa Silva Chan, Secretary for Economy

Chui’s few achievements summed up in economic stability, cash handouts

The formal inauguration of Ho Iat Seng as Chief Executive during today’s official ceremony offers convenient moment to pause and reflect on the closing of the

Hong Kong | Four arrested for money laundering linked to unrest

Hong Kong’s police arrested four people for suspected money laundering linked to ongoing pro-democracy protests and froze money from a fund that’s raised millions to

Shenzhen | Tech hub signs 128 deals with global enterprises

A total of 128 deals with an investment of over 560 billion yuan (around $80 billion) were signed Wednesday at a conference as south China’s technological powerhouse

Misused Carney broadcast feeds prompt BOE probe

The Bank of England asked regulators to investigate how an audio broadcast of some of its press conferences was misused to potentially give traders an unfair

Tiffany expects double-digit growth in China despite weak economy

Tiffany & Co. expects double-digit growth in China next year despite a weaker economy, as consumers curb their overseas luxury purchases and spend more at home.

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