The nine articles

- Improving the electoral system of the HKSAR must fully and faithfully implement the policy of “One country, two systems” under which the people of Hong Kong administer Hong Kong

China approves plans to overhaul Hong Kong elections 

The National People’s Congress (NPC), China’s top legislature, passed a resolution to reconstruct Hong Kong’s electoral system yesterday to ensure the city is administered only by “people who love the

Landlords strive to retain lease: Savills

Some shops were not rented despite landlords’ willingness to lower the rent by half, Patrick Chan, vice director of Shop Sales and Lease at Savills said. The resumption of travel to

Taxi driver group prepares to sue meter company over compulsory fee

A group comprised of a number of taxi drivers is in the process of taking legal action against the taxi meter company on the accusation of “non-consensual fees.” The concerned group

Court upholds Venetian action against ex-Greek Mythology casino director

Venetian Macau Limited (VML), owned by gaming concessionaire Sands China Ltd., has had its legal actions in Macau against Chen Mei Huan, former director of the closed Greek Mythology Casino,

Briefs | PJ warns of fake TDM hiring information

  The Judiciary Police (PJ) has recently received reports on fake recruitment by an entity pretending to be the local broadcaster TDM. A mainland resident has been “employed” by an entity

Revamped GP Museum reopens doors next week

After a long period of closure for a complete renovation, the Macau Grand Prix (GP) Museum is finally ready to open its doors to the public, the Macao Government Tourism

Areia Preta | Residential project to commence in H1

Macau Urban Renewal Limited (MUR) has been granted a lease concession over the future residential project in Areia Preta where construction works will commence in the first half of this

CityU dormitory building to undergo major transformation

The seven-story building located at the Avenida da Praia Grande 701-723 which has been used as one of the student dormitories of the City University of Macau (CityU) is expected

Nominees of 2021 World Press Photo Contest unveiled

The World Press Photo (WPP) Contest nominated a total of 45 photographers from 28 countries for the 2021 event, the WPP announced. According to the WPP, this year’s nominated photographic works

Education | UM to launch new degrees, tuition fee surges up to 40%

The University of Macau (UM) will launch two new doctoral programmes in the 2021/2022 academic year, namely the Doctor of Education Programme, offered by the Faculty of Education, and the

Briefs | IFT, IPM increase tuition fees

  Local students are now required to pay MOP30,000 in annual fees at the Institute for Tourism Studies (IFT), MOP6,000 more than the fees currently. Students from the mainland, Hong Kong

Beijing blasts BBC report after summoning UK ambassador

China is complaining anew about recent reporting by the BBC, days after summoning the British ambassador to Beijing to register displeasure over a recent article she penned defending press freedom. The

Hong Kong | Court grants bail to fifth activist, jails another

  A Hong Kong court yesterday granted bail to a fifth pro-democracy activist and former lawmaker but revoked bail for another, after both were charged with subversion under the national security

This day in history | 1964 Hoffa faces eight years behind bars

The president of the powerful American Teamsters union has been sentenced to eight years in jail on bribery charges. James Hoffa has also been fined $10,000 (£3,570) for trying to bribe

Analysis | Myanmar’s searing smartphone images flood a watching world

The images ricochet across the planet, as so many do in this dizzying era of film it, upload it, tell it to the world: scenes from a protest-turned-government crackdown, captured

Taste of Edesia | Not just for tea lovers

For people who have lived in cities like Paris or New York, chances are many would be delighted to have lifestyle boutiques like The Conran Shop or “home” section in

Macau Racing Tips | The Angang 1350 Metres Sand 2021-03-14 | Sun | 16:20

I will give a good outsider’s chance on a runner from K.M Chin’s yard in Sheng Li Superstar this Sunday. Looking closely at his barrier trail yesterday, smooth as silk

Drive In | A moody and unsettling lo-fi dream in ‘Come True’

The murky and illogical territory of dreams and nightmares has always provided fertile ground for filmmakers. Not only can your imagination run wild on screen, but there’s even less of

The Buzz | EU regulator recommends using J&J’s one-shot vaccine

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) yesterday gave the green light to Johnson & Johnson’s one-dose coronavirus vaccine, handing the European Union’s 27 nations a fourth vaccine to try to speed

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