Role of new public supervision office not to overlap with Commission of Audit

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng said that the functions of the newly-created Public Assets Supervision Planning Office do not overlap with the functions of the Commission of

CE pledges gov’t will uphold press freedom

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has acknowledged that Portuguese- and English-language media in the Macau SAR have a played a significant role as mediators between the

Wuhan coronavirus | Blood Transfusion Service to screen donors’ travel history

The Health Bureau’s Blood Transfusion Service, which also handles the city’s blood donations, is now asking donors about their travel history as part of its donation

Briefs | Airport to add 102 flights over Lunar New Year

The Macau International Airport will add a total of 102 flights over the Chinese Lunar New Year period to help cope with an anticipated surge in passenger numbers.

Zhuhai government expedites Border Gate revamp

The refurbishment of the covered corridor of the Border Gate connecting Macau and Zhuhai’s Gongbei district is being expedited, the Commerce Bureau of Zhuhai told local Chinese-language newspaper

CB instructs public to conduct religious activities safely

The Fire Services (CB) has asked the public to ensure that the traditional practice of burning paper offerings is being done in a safe manner. In

Grant Bowie recommends city seek gradual growth

The CEO and executive director of MGM China, Grant Bowie, has recommended that Macau seek gradual economic growth instead of the rapid development that has marked the

Lawmaker wants data to support ‘radiation table’ safety claim

A Macau lawmaker has insisted that data be presented to prove the claim that so-called “radiation tables” in casinos are safe for croupiers and customers. Lawmaker Ella Lei, who

Sinulog Festival raises funds for Taal Volcano victims

The 20th annual Sinulog Festival was celebrated by the Filipino community at Sintra Square yesterday, and this time it was celebrated with a cause. This

Fugitive billionaire Joseph Lau selling $26 million artwork

Wanted Hong Kong billionaire Joseph Lau will be the seller of one of the most expensive artworks at the year’s first major auction, according to a

0.4 megatons of food imported from mainland last year

Macau imported a total of 400,000 tons of food produce from the mainland in 2019, which included meat, seafood and poultry, and fruits and vegetables, according

Hong Kong | Gov’t rebuffs key protest demand as violence persists

Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam’s government again pushed back on a key demand of protesters as a downtown rally turned violent, showing the unrest that began

World Economic Forum | Carrie Lam to remind world leaders of HK’s strengths

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam will lead a top-level delegation to the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos this week with the aim to remind global

Hong Kong must not give up on youth, says finance secretary

Hong Kong must not give up on its youth and should invest in future generations, Finance Secretary Paul Chan said at a forum Saturday, Radio Television

Briefs | Cruise liner tours prove popular in Shenzhen

Cruise liner tours have become quite popular in southern China as the traditional Spring Festival holiday approaches. In the metropolis of Shenzhen, tickets have sold out for the

Trump’s China deal is his hedge against impeachment damage

Hours before the seven House Democrats managers marched articles of impeachment across the Capitol last week, President Donald Trump secured what he’s relying on to counter any political damage -

Xi Jinping’s wider fight with US is only just beginning after trade deal

  In a letter read out during last week’s trade deal signing at the White House, Chinese leader Xi Jinping asked U.S. President Donald Trump to take steps to “enhance mutual

The odds of Huawei’s CFO avoiding extradition are just one in 100

Huawei Technologies Co. Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou has joined Carlos Ghosn in the 1% legal club. Those are the odds that the Chinese executive will win her bid to avoid

North Korea | Gov’t picks army man who led Korean talks as top envoy

North Korea named a former army officer who led military and high-level talks between the two Koreas as its top diplomat, Yonhap News reported, in a move that could change

China’s Xi ends Myanmar visit with flurry of agreements

Chinese President Xi Jinping ended a two-day state visit to Myanmar on Saturday after attending the signing of a raft of agreements buttressing bilateral relations and advancing Beijing’s ambitious Belt

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