Crime | Six Iranians fly to Macau using fake passports

Six Iranians recently arrived in Macau on different flights within a 24-hour period of one another, each holding fake passports of four supposed nationalities, the Public Security Police Force (PSP)

Briefs | Two pedestrians injured in traffic accident

Two people were injured in a traffic accident near San Ma Lou on Sunday night. The two people wounded were both from mainland China. They were crossing the road next

Drunk PSP officer has motorbike accident

A senior police officer of the Public Security Police Force (PSP) had an accident while driving his motorbike under the influence of alcohol. The accident took place at midnight on January

Mainland real estate agent fakes report to police authority

A 27-year-old self-proclaimed real estate agent from the mainland filed a fake report about a robbery to the police authority. On January 4, security at a Cotai casino reported to the

Health | Three more locals who visited Wuhan examined for pneumonia

As of yesterday afternoon, Macau had recorded a total of eight cases of people who had both developed influenza symptoms and visited Wuhan City in China’s Hubei Province in the

Food working group monitoring pig price and quality

A task force of importers, exporters and retailers in the food sector known as the Interdepartmental Working Group on Food Prices has said it is paying particular attention to the

Hotel occupancy dropped 2% in Nov

A total of 1.16 million guests checked into hotels and guesthouses in November 2019, down by 2% year-on-year, according to a statement released by the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC). Guests

Thai workers to join Sands China in partnership deal

The government of Thailand will take the lead in recruiting workers from the country to work in Macau, among other destinations, in order to protect the interests of its labor

Galaxy to award discretionary bonus on Jan. 23

Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) announced that a 2019 discretionary bonus equivalent to one month’s salary will be awarded to eligible employees at the level of senior manager or below. According to

Report | Chinese ‘millennials’ account for large part of local tourism

Chinese “millennials” and other young people account for nearly one-third of all mainland arrivals in Macau, according to data recently released by China’s largest travel service provider Ctrip. The data was

Airport confirms 9.6 million passengers in 2019

The number of passengers served by the Macau International Airport grew to 9.6 million in 2019, setting a new a record, the airport management company has confirmed. The press release from

Iran’s cyberattack on billionaire Sheldon Adelson provides lesson on strategy

As the U.S. awaits possible retribution over a recent airstrike that killed a top general, there’s at least one American businessman who can attest, in detail, to what happened after

UM develops Cantonese-Mandarin machine translator to further GBA integration

A new online machine-translation system has been developed by a research team, the University of Macau (UM) has recently announced. It was developed, the university explained, to facilitate the integration

Macau visitor passes now available 24/7 in Guangzhou

Mainland residents can now apply for Macau and Hong Kong visitor permits at the new automated facility at Guangzhou South Railway Station, the Police Department of Guangzhou has announced. The service

Foshan crosses trillion-yuan GDP threshold

  Foshan city of Guangdong province became a trillion-yuan city last year, following in the footsteps of China’s information technology hub, Shenzhen, and the provincial capital, Guangzhou. Although the final data

New Hong Kong liaison chief confident city will stabilize

China’s new top official in Hong Kong said he is certain the city will stabilize following months of political unrest, backing leader Carrie Lam and her administration in his first

HSBC walks tricky political tightrope between HK and Beijing

The two bronze lion statues standing guard over HSBC Holdings Plc’s main offices in Hong Kong still bear the marks of an attack by protesters, who last week daubed them

Debt mountain | China vows to ‘win’ battle against growing financial risks

  China pledged to step up measures to shore up its troubled banks and small businesses while continuing a crackdown on shadow banking and property speculation, in a difficult balancing act

Stocks fall in sharp selling on fresh trade worries

Chinese and Hong Kong stocks saw sharp afternoon selling yesterday, in part on fresh worries about U.S.-China trade, and the concerns also pressured the yuan. After sporting gains much of the

Pneumonia outbreak widens to 59 amid hunt for source

A pneumonia outbreak in China that’s infected 15 more people doesn’t appear to be spreading from human to human, officials said, after ruling out SARS as

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