The heads of some Macau media outlets yesterday expressed their belief at a Judiciary Police (PJ) media seminar that young people had misunderstood the purpose
The Office for Personal Data Protection (GPDP) wants to work more closely with other regions to combat illicit telemarketing tactics. In the GPDP’s reply to lawmaker Sulu Sou’s
Seventy-eight percent of local residents say they trust the central government in Beijing, a survey released by the Macau University of Science and Technology has shown.
Macau’s initial distrust of electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) is becoming more popular among other countries and regions around the world, where attitudes towards the once-lauded alternative
Sands China Ltd. has pledged to conduct more training sessions and workshops for its employees this year as part of the company’s responsible gaming initiatives.
Trump signs, Pepe the Frog graffiti and British and American flags have become a common sight at Hong Kong’s anti-government protests — and an unsettling one to longtime democracy activists
Hong Kong’s government is preparing to spend “boldly” to shore up the finance hub’s tumbling economy, Financial Secretary Paul Chan said in an exclusive interview. Warning that unemployment is set to
As TikTok catches fire among the younger set, world leaders and politicians have kept their distance amid national security concerns about the Chinese-owned app. The vacuum is leaving room for impersonators
Political flare-ups in Asia are putting the brakes on Fast Retailing Co.’s overseas momentum, as the Uniqlo operator reported the worst quarterly revenue decline in a decade for its international
A year ago, Taiwan’s leader was on the ropes. Then she got a boost from an unexpected corner: Chinese President Xi Jinping. Polls indicate that President Tsai Ing-wen is poised to
Japan battled to restore its image yesterday after former auto executive Carlos Ghosn blasted the country’s legal system in a marathon press conference following his escape to Lebanon. Justice Minister Masako
A mammoth crowd of mostly barefoot Filipino Catholics prayed for peace in the Middle East yesterday at the start of an annual procession of a centuries-old black statue of Jesus
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