Ho Iat Seng returns from trade mission in Guangdong

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has reiterated the two major priorities of his administration: to improve the livelihoods of local people and to enhance the

Briefs | Wong presides over inauguration of new PSP commander

The Secretary for Security, Wong Sio Chak, presided over the swearing-in ceremony of the new Commissioner of the Public Security Police Force, Ng Kam Wa. According to the

Macau won’t overtake Qatar as richest economy after all

Macau will not overtake Qatar next year to become the world’s richest economy, but will instead lose its second-place ranking to Luxembourg within a few years.

Ban on off-duty employees entering casinos starts today

The law amendment banning gaming industry employees from entering gaming floors when off-duty (Law 17/2018) will be enforced from today. The measure comes as

Taiwan busts online gambling syndicate

Taiwan’s cybercrime police unit have busted another illegal online gambling ring falsely claiming to be connected to a Macau casino operator. The telecom division of

Japan | Ruling party lawmaker arrested in casino bribery scandal

Tokyo prosecutors arrested a ruling party lawmaker on suspicion of receiving bribes from a Chinese company seeking to invest in the casino industry, dealing a blow

LRT records second minor incident since opening

A Light Rapid Transit (LRT) train failed to stop at Jockey Club station after departing from the terminal station Ocean Gardens last weekend, the LRT Company informed in

Airport expects passenger growth to reach 15%

The Macau International Airport is expecting to finish the year with an aggregate growth in the number of passengers of at least 15%, said Eric Fong,

Bishop Lee encourages believers to resist consumerism

Macau Bishop Stephen Lee has conveyed the annual traditional Christmas message, encouraging the public to stay away from consumerism and materialism, as previously conveyed by Pope

Affordable housing criticized by Association of Synergy

The Housing Bureau’s (IH) application procedures for affordable housing have been criticized by the President of the Association of Synergy of Macao, Lam U Tou, in

Briefs | Arsonist executed over ktv fire

An arsonist who set a fire in a KTV bar in Guangdong Province that killed 18 people was executed on Tuesday. The death sentence of Liu Chunlu has been reviewed

Guangzhou scientists find huge meteor crater in northeast China

A team of Chinese scientists, led by the Guangzhou Institute of Geochemistry under the Chinese Academy of Sciences, has discovered a meteor crater with a diameter of 1,850 meters and

HK residents eye homes overseas as protests drag on

Residents of Hong Kong are hunting for homes all over the world as tense anti-government protests look set to drag into the new year. Real estate brokers from Australia to Canada

Hong Kong | Malls targeted by protesters during Christmas break

Hong Kong’s shopping malls have become a flash point for protests during the Christmas holiday. Pro-democracy demonstrations have been called for the afternoon of Boxing Day at shopping centers in areas

Shoppers in Asia want Europe’s handbags, not its supermarkets

Even as global consumer brands grow more dependent on Asia for sales of everything from fancy handbags to baby formula, European retailers keep retreating from the world’s fastest-growing markets. The U.K.’s

MGM Cotai to host NYE party at the Spectacle

This New Year’s Eve, the Spectacle at MGM Cotai will be transformed into a 360-degree music extravaganza countdown party to ring in 2020. The spirit of the party is curated

Venetian and Parisian offer NYE countdown parties

The Venetian Macao and The Parisian Macao are hosting New Year’s Eve countdown parties for end-of-year revelers hoping to bid farewell to 2019 and welcome in 2020 in style. From 8

China, Japan, South Korea meet on North Korea, free trade

Leaders from China, Japan and South Korea reiterated their commitment to ending North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs at a trilateral summit Tuesday that comes against the backdrop of increasing

Gov’t vows freer movement for workers by relaxing ‘Hukou’ system

China outlined plans late Wednesday to promote the freer movement of labor as authorities look to cushion slowing growth in the world’s second-biggest economy. The policy statement issued by the State

Malaysia may reopen Mongolia murder case as Najib vows innocence

Malaysia’s top prosecutor will look into reopening the case of a murdered Mongolian woman allegedly linked to former premier Najib Razak, as the victim’s father says he’s pinning his hopes

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