Court: Jackson Chang convicted of leaking information, but not bribery

The former president of the Macau Investment Trade Promotion Institute (IPIM) has not been convicted of bribery but was found guilty of leaking confidential information to third parties. The court

Macao Orchestra allegedly running on 13 musicians down

  Despite a new music season starting, the Macao Orchestra (OM) is running with at least 13 musicians fewer than normal, some of whom are orchestra principals, with the rest on

World Press Photo Foundation investigating exhibition closure

  The Amsterdam-based World Press Photo Foundation says it is following up with local partner Casa de Portugal em Macau (CPM) to find out why the World Press Photo Exhibition unexpectedly

Group calls for Bruce Lee statue big enough to be seen from sky

A small square in the Historic Center of Macao is in for a big renovation if a group of people who want a Bruce Lee statue “big enough to be

Sight-saving charity debuts eyecare exhibition

The Macau office of international sight-saving charity organization Orbis International yesterday launched its first Action for Sight exhibition at the Macao Science Center to familiarize the general public with the

2020 ARTFEM kicks off today

The “2020 ARTFEM Women Artists International Biennial of Macau” (ARTFEM 2020) at the Orient Foundation will launch at 6:30 p.m. today. ARTFEM 2020, curated by Carlos Marreiros, Alice Kok, Angela Li

Gov’t considers mandatory gas detector installation

The Macau SAR government is considering mandating the installation of gas detectors in restaurants, according to reports. During a recent meeting with the advisory council of the central district, the Municipal

Lawmaker Coutinho highlights laws requiring urgent revision

José Pereira Coutinho claims several of the region’s laws require urgent revision, beginning with the Consumer Protection Law. The lawmaker made this argument during an evaluation of the work of

Local racers top F4 China races in preparation for Macau GP

Macau racers Charles Leong (Smart Life) and Andy Chang (Chengdu Tianfu International Circuit) topped the podiums of all four races of the Chinese Formula 4 (F4) category held over the

Briefs | Two sisters suspected of virtual investment scam

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has accused two sisters of orchestrating investment scams, revealing details of the case to the media yesterday. The two suspects are both Macau residents, aged 55

Indebted countries may face long negotiations after China’s aggressive lending

Countries could face years of negotiations to rework their debt with China as a growing number of loans run into trouble following decades of aggressive lending by the world’s largest

Stolen Mao calligraphy worth millions found cut in half

A calligraphy scroll by former Chinese leader Mao Zedong estimated to be worth millions of dollars was cut in half after it was stolen last month in a high-profile burglary

Kissinger warns Washington and Beijing must set limits to avoid a blowup

Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said the U.S. and China must establish rules of engagement for their increasingly tense competition or risk recreating the uncertainty that characterized global politics

China Inc. set for biggest US IPO year since 2014 despite spat

Chinese companies are choosing to make their market debuts in the U.S., even as Beijing and Washington spar over everything from trade and coronavirus to audit access. Firms based in China

This Day in History | 1967 Che Guevara ‘shot dead’

Marxist revolutionary Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara has reportedly been killed during a battle between army troops and guerillas in the Bolivian jungle. A statement issued by the commander of the Eighth Bolivian

VP Debate Takeaways | Pandemic looms over a more civil fight

In normal times, vice presidential debates don’t matter much. But in an election year as wild as 2020, everything is magnified. Vice President Mike Pence yesterday faced considerable pressure to

Drive In | Sofia Coppola’s ‘On the Rocks’ is a modest delight

Few filmmakers can bring a rut to life like Sofia Coppola. When her characters are in a funk, whether it’s a Hollywood actor in between jobs, a few lost souls

Macau Racing Tips | The Admiralty 1050 Metres Sand  2020-10-10 | Sat | 15:45

Victory Megastar, a consistent sand track performer, enter into the top rating sprint race this Saturday. His track work on Tuesday indicated that he is quite ready for a crack

Taste of Edesia | Reaching new heights

There are not many Chinese restaurants featuring an omakase dining concept in Asia. Audacious and innovative, Chef Wilson Fam of Yí at Morpheus, City of Dreams takes Contemporary Chinese fine

The Buzz | Jazz festival at D2 Club kicks off tonight

A two-night jazz festival will kick off tonight at D2 Club featuring over 20 artists that will perform an eclectic musical selection ranging from well-known jazz standards to more modern

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