Jaded with education, more Americans are skipping college

America’s college-going rate was generally on the upswing until the pandemic reversed decades of progress. Rates fell despite economic upheaval, which typically drives more people into higher education.

Hotel prices driving international, Hong Kong visitors away

The recent spike in the hotel room prices in Macau following the border reopening and influx of tourists from the mainland is driving international visitors away

IAM member hints at ‘big project’ near Grand Coloane Resort

A This preview was given at the Island District Community Seminar organized by the IAM. It saw the attendance of José Margarida Tavares, president of

Economy recovering to over 60% of pre-pandemic era: Pansy Ho

As at Chinese New Year, Macau’s economy has recovered to 60–70% of the pre-pandemic era, said Pansy Ho, CPPCC member, vice president of the All-China Federation

Hengqin companies to offer over RMB700,000 to recruit post-grad graduates

Companies in the Guangdong-Macao In-Depth Cooperation Zone on Hengqin island in the Zhuhai special economic zone are offering annual compensation of up to 700,000 yuan

Why is Indonesia moving its capital from Jakarta to Borneo?

Jakarta is congested, polluted, prone to earthquakes and rapidly sinking into the Java Sea. Now the government is in the process of leaving, moving Indonesia’s capital to

MGTO invited Thai ‘influencers’ to explore Macau

A The group came by invitation of the local tourism authority following the plan from the office to promote Macau abroad. This is

Over 10,000 fire inspections held since 2022

A Guidelines on inspections will be updated in a timely manner, and inspections of restaurants and shops will be further strengthened for better community fire

Levo Chan somewhat emotional speaking concluding statement

Former Tak Chun Group boss Levo Chan became somewhat emotional as he addressed his concluding statement to the court. The first court hearing for

Hengqin to host market for products from Lusophone countries

The 2023 “Special Market for Products from Portuguese-speaking Countries and Macau” Grand Opening will be held for the first time outside Macau from today until Mar. 12 at Legend

China’s economic growth target 2023

China's economic growth target for 2023 has been set at around 5 percent, according to a government work report submitted to the national legislature for deliberation

Adviser expresses confidence in China-US friendship

A Lin Songtian, who served as ambassador to multiple countries including South Africa and Malawi, is currently president of the Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with

Sands China team members and community members experience the Yimeng spirit

Sands China recently invited 100 teachers and students from Escola Tong Sin Tong, students from the Bosco Youth Service Network, and Sands China team members to enjoy the

Major Russian missile barrage slams targets across Ukraine

Russia unleashed “a massive rocket attack” that hit critical infrastructure and residential buildings in 10 regions of Ukraine, the country’s president said yesterday, with officials reporting at least six

1990 Observer ‘spy’ sentenced to die

A court in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, has imposed the death sentence on The Observer journalist Farzad Bazoft. He has been convicted of spying for Israel while

Idris Elba returns as Luther in grisly Netflix film

For anyone holding on to some latent hope that Idris Elba will be the next James Bond, I have some bad news: “ Luther: The Fallen Sun

Bangkok Escape 

There is no doubt that Bangkok is one of the food capitals of Asia, but for the serious foodies, going away from the big shopping malls

Lucero’s new album serves rock ‘n’ roll comfort food

It would be selling Lucero short to say the Memphis band’s new album feels like what you’d take away from a visit to the Lucero store. As

Harry & Meghan’s daughter christened, will use royal title

Prince Harry and his wife Meghan announced yesterday that their daughter had been christened in a private ceremony in California, publicly calling her a princess

China’s CPI up 1% in February

China’s consumer inflation eased in February to a 12-month low, while its factory-gate prices showed an annual fall for a fifth month, official data showed yesterday. China’s

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