Chief Executive: 2020 will bring closer alignment with China

The people of Macau will embark on a journey in 2020 that will take them deeper into the country’s development plan. That was

Briefs | UM co-launches radio show in Portugal, Brazil

The University of Macau is launching a weekly radio program called “Chinese Ideas,” which will air in Portugal and Brazil today following its launch yesterday. The weekly program

Casino workers demand civil servants-style benefits

Hundreds casino workers took to the streets yesterday demanding more pay and better labor conditions, similar to those enjoyed by civil servants. The protest was

Gross gaming revenue plunges to wrap up worst year since 2015

Macau gross gaming revenue slipped for the third straight month in December, rounding out the year with a 3.4% contraction in the worst annual decline since

SSM conducts temperature screening of Wuhan visitors

The Health Bureau (SSM) has been conducting temperature screening of passengers flying from Wuhan to Macau since the beginning of the year, following the increasing number

Philippines finds trafficker bound for Macau posing as nanny

The Philippines’ Bureau of Immigration has shed light on the modus operandi of human trafficking syndicates after two female victims posed as the nannies of children

Tourists reach record high 39.4m

Macau received 39.4 million visitors in 2019, recording an increase of about 10% from 2018’s 35.8 million, according to data provided by the Public Security Police

Malaysians elude package tour visitor contraction

Package tour visitors to Macau dropped 43.5% year-on-year in November 2019, according to newly released data by the Statistics and Census Service, with only Malaysian tourists

Drunk driver crashes car, injures four

Four people were injured in a car crash in Coloane yesterday. The accident took place on Estr. de Cheoc Van, on the side closer

Radio Taxi receiving 7,500 orders daily

Macao Radio Taxi Services Limited (Radio Taxi) is receiving 7,500 orders daily, according to a report by public broadcaster TDM. Since April 1, 2017,

Guangdong-Macau Industrial Park recruitment to end mid-January

Recruitment in Macau for the Guangdong-Macau Joint Industrial Park project will end on January 16, the government announced yesterday. Both new applications and the submission of supplementary

Macau education chief promises diverse views on HK unrest

The head of Macau’s Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ) has said that his bureau promotes a multi-faceted analysis of Hong Kong’s social unrest. In

HK-Macau intercity football match postponed

Hong Kong Football Association has announced the latest arrangements for three football matches amid the city’s protests, according to a statement released by the association.

Hundreds of thousands pack HK streets in New Year’s rally

Hundreds of thousands of people packed Hong Kong streets for an annual New Year’s Day protest march as the months-long pro-democracy movement extended into 2020. At the fringes, further violence was

Hong Kong | Iconic HSBC lions caught in protests’ crosshairs

Experts in Hong Kong could be facing a dilemma unseen in more than six months of protests: How to clean a pair of iconic bronze lion statues that have stood

Xi defends HK model after restive year

President Xi Jinping used his New Year’s Eve address to defend China’s system for running Hong Kong, in an unusually high-profile acknowledgment of the Asian financial center’s political turmoil. The Chinese

HKEX discusses new listings with Ctrip, Netease

Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd. is discussing secondary listings with Chinese technology companies including Group Ltd. and Netease Inc. after Alibaba raised $13 billion in its 2019 share

China suspends link between Shanghai, London exchanges

China has temporarily halted a tie-up between the Shanghai and London stock exchanges, according to people familiar with the decision. The move to suspend the London-Shanghai Stock Connect program was prompted

Taiwan | Tsai defends anti-infiltration law aimed at China

China has been relentless in its attempts to influence and infiltrate Taiwan’s politics and society but the island’s new ban on political interference should have no effect on normal exchanges

Copter crash kills Taiwan’s top military officer, 7 others

Taiwan’s top military official was among eight people killed in an air force helicopter crash in mountainous terrain outside Taipei yesterday, the defense ministry said. Five others survived. As chief of

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