MUST to launch training course for USCPA certification

Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) is slated to launch a training programme this March for the American Certified Public Accountant (USCPA) certification exam, according to a statement released

Malaysia requests Interpol to issue red notice against ‘Broken Tooth’

Notorious triad boss, Wan Kuok-koi, more commonly known by the pseudonym “Broken Tooth”, is currently wanted by the Malaysian Police, according to the country’s media outlets. Malaysian law-enforcement entity has reportedly

Media | Ho Iat Seng praises English, Portuguese press work during pandemic

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng expressed “heartfelt” gratitude yesterday for the role of the local press in the English and Portuguese languages during the pandemic for reflecting the concerns and

Aollywood aims to bring 3,000 film production companies to town

Aollywood’s film workers’ association has ventured their plans to bring over 3,000 film and television production companies to Macau and the Greater Bay Area by 2025, according to a report

Concert gouger accused of scam involving HKD150,000

A local man is facing charges after he misrepresented himself to be a concert ticket gouger to obtain HKD150,000 from one of his friends. The suspect, surnamed Kuok, persuaded his

Academic slams domestic violence counting system

The disparity in figures for domestic violence cases in Macau recorded by different entities is confusing and a waste of resources, according to Cecilia Ho, local academic who speaks out

Wage of local construction workers down 2% in Q4 2020

  The average daily wage of construction workers dropped by 0.6% quarter-to-quarter to MOP739 in the fourth quarter (Q4) of 2020. The daily salary for local and non-resident construction workers was

Lawmakers trigger alarm on acquisition of goods and services bill

Several lawmakers raised questions regarding the amendments to legislation governing the acquisition of goods and services by the government in discussion at the plenary session at the Legislative Assembly (AL)

Survey reveals students’ poor nutrition and physical activity

  Some secondary school students in Macau do not get adequate exercise and overindulge in sugary beverages, according to a survey recently conducted by the General Association of Chinese Students-Macau and

Fund-raiser partnership of Albergue, Caritas helps cancer patients

Albergue SCM has again partnered with Caritas Macau to set up a wishing well to raise funds from February 1 to March 14 to offer succor to local cancer patients. All

Police arrest suspects in fake Covid-19 vaccine ring

Chinese police have arrested more than 80 suspected members of a criminal group that was manufacturing and selling fake Covid-19 vaccines, including to other countries. Police in Beijing and in Jiangsu

Covid-19 | WHO team visits animal disease center in Wuhan

World Health Organization experts visited an animal disease center in the Chinese city of Wuhan yesterday as part of their investigation into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic. Team member Peter

Ren Quanniu | Beijing strips license from second lawyer for HK activists

A second Chinese lawyer who represented a Hong Kong pro-democracy activist was stripped of his license yesterday as Beijing attempts to crush opposition to its tighter control over the territory. Ren

This day in history | 1959 Buddy Holly killed in air crash

Three young rock ‘n’ roll stars have been killed in a plane crash in the United States. Buddy Holly, 22, Jiles P Richardson - known as the Big Bopper - 28,

Analysis | Myanmar, Russia pose early tests for Biden’s foreign policy

A military coup in Myanmar and a mass crackdown on dissidents in Russia are presenting early tests for the Biden administration as it tries to reestablish American primacy as a

Alibaba offers few answers as crackdown uncertainty persists

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. offered investors few clues into how the regulatory crackdown on Jack Ma’s tech empire will impact its future growth after reporting a stronger-than-expected 37% increase in

Sands presents Valentine’s Day treats

For couples seeking a relaxing and reinvigoration session together, spa treatments are available at The Venetian Macao’s V Retreat, The Parisian Macao’s Le SPA’tique and Conrad Macao’s Bodhi Spa until the

CCILC visits IPIM to discuss ways to strengthen cooperation with lusophone countries

A delegation of the Portugal-China Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCILC) recently visited the Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) to discuss and exchange ideas on bolstering cooperation between

Football | FIFA pledges taking no health risks in World Cup qualifiers

With 3,000 soccer players due to travel internationally for World Cup qualifying games next month, FIFA President Gianni Infantino said yesterday all will conform to health rules in the

Tokyo 2021 | Japan extends emergency amid vaccine, Olympic uncertainty

Japan announced yesterday that it is extending a coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo and nine other areas through March 7. Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga’s announcement of the one-month extension comes

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