Crime | Man accused of assaulting and raping ex-girlfriend

A 27-year-old man is facing criminal charges for multiple offenses he committed against his girlfriend, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported during Friday’s joint police press conference. The suspect, surnamed Ng, is

Briefs | 56-year-old woman falls for romance scam

  A 56-year-old local woman lost nearly HKD200,000 to a love scam. At this stage, no one has been arrested, but investigation is ongoing, the Judiciary Police assured. In December 2018,

Explosion at Zhuhai hotel injures three bystanders

A large explosion at a Zhuhai hotel on Friday injured three bystanders, according to official reports from the mainland press. At about 9 a.m. on Friday, a group of explosions occurred

Secretary says separation of powers not part of Macau’s system

SECRETARY for Administration and Justice André Cheong has stressed that the political system in Macau focuses on mutual cooperation rather than the traditional separation of powers employed in Western democracy.

Briefs | Local businessman Liu Chak Wan given honorary doctorate

  Liu Chak Wan, a local businessman and chancellor of the Macau University of Science and Technology, has recently been awarded an honorary doctorate in business administration by the Hong Kong

Tourism board does not expect major visitor growth over Golden Week

  The director of the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO), Helena Maria de Senna Fernandes, said that the tourism board is not expecting a bounce in visitor arrival numbers during the

Rotary clubs organize drive for migrants with newborns

The “Wholehearted Services for Harmonious Macau, Rotary Donation to People in Need” project was organized by Caritas Macau, the Rotary Club of Macau and the Rotary Club of Penha, Macao

Sheils gains momentum in road racing

Roadhouse Macau BMW rider Derek Sheils has been crowned the King of Kirkistown after winning the first race and then placing second during the two-race feature event in Belfast, Northern

CESL Asia partners with Portuguese firm in bid for Efacec

Macau-based investment and services firm CESL Asia will partner with Portuguese company Alpac Capital to enter the bid for the purchase of energy equipment manufacturer Efacec. Last week, Alpac Capital delivered

Macau Grand Prix drops F3 race, Chinese F4 to replace

The Macau Grand Prix Organizing Committee (MGPOC) announced on Friday that it would drop the main headline race of the Grand Prix program, the Formula 3 race, from this year’s

Culture secretary defends predecessor decision on Central Library

Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture Elsie Ao Ieong U said that the former government did not make a mistake by planning to build the Central Library at the site

Table tennis tournament to debut in November

World Table Tennis (WTT) announced on Friday that a promotional showcase WTT Macao will be staged between November 25 and 29, 2020, the first tournament that is held since the

Int’l Music Festival organizers announce three special concerts

The organizers of the Macao International Music Festival (MIMF) will stage three special concerts in October - “A Century of Chinese Music”, “Mahler Symphony No. 1” and “Bravo Macao!” –

40 children graduate from lion dance training program

Integrated resort operator MGM China held a graduation ceremony on Saturday for 40 youth graduates from this year’s Junior Lion Dance Training Program. The 40 graduates put on performances at the

Chinese military calls US biggest threat to world peace

China’s Defense Ministry yesterday blasted a critical U.S. report on the country’s military ambitions, saying it is the U.S. instead that poses the biggest threat to the international order and

Briefs | Relatives urge Beijing to return 12 detainees to Hong Kong

  Relatives of 12 Hong Kong activists detained at sea by Chinese authorities called Saturday for their family members to be returned to the territory, saying their legal rights were being

China says Mars probe stable, but no word on reusable spacecraft

China’s Mars probe Tianwen-1, which blasted into space in July, is now more than 15 million kilometers from Earth en route to the red planet, the National Space Administration said

This Day in History | 1985 USSR expels 25 in tit-for-tat spy row

Two days after the British Government ordered the expulsion of 25 alleged Soviet spies, the USSR has retaliated by throwing out 25 British nationals. It follows the defection of Soviet double-agent

Former UK leaders unite to slam Boris Johnson on Brexit plan

Two former British prime ministers who played crucial roles in bringing peace to Northern Ireland joined forces Sunday to urge lawmakers to reject government plans to override the Brexit deal

TikTok owner to spend billions in Singapore after US ban

ByteDance Ltd., the Chinese owner of video-sharing app TikTok, is planning to make Singapore its beachhead for the rest of Asia as part of its global expansion, according to people

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