May Day: Visitor figures skyrocketed in the first two days

Visitors entering Macau in the first two days of the May 1 holidays, informally called “May 1 Golden Week,” have far surpassed predictions from the Macao

On Labor Day, bill in discussion remains upsetting

The trade union law under discussion remains upsetting to many as it has, they say, failed to “safeguard the basic fundamentals of trade unions’ rights

Local IP infringements mostly relate to counterfeit goods: Customs

The higher number of intellectual property (IP) infringement cases and prosecutions in Macau are for counterfeit goods, the Macau Customs Service (SA) has revealed to

Human activities in Asia have reduced elephant habitat by nearly two-thirds since 1700, dividing what remains into ever-smaller patches

Despite their iconic status and long association with humans, Asian elephants are one of the most endangered large mammals. Believed to number between 45,000 and 50,000

Wynn Resorts to build first gaming resort in UAE for USD3.9b

Las Vegas-based casino operator Wynn Resorts, which is one of the biggest in the world with resorts in Boston and Macau, has announced that it will build

China’s Mars rover finds signs of recent water in sand dunes

Water may be more widespread and recent on Mars than previously thought, based on observations of Martian sand dunes by China’s rover. The finding highlights new,

Beijing to extend validity of travel permits for SARs residents

China will extend the expiration date of mainland travel permits for eligible Hong Kong and Macao residents starting May 8, the National Immigration Administration (NIA) announced.  

33rd Macao arts festival kicks off

The 33rd Macao Arts Festival kicked off Friday with an opening ceremony followed by “Rite of Spring,” a work of renowned Chinese dancer Yang Liping that innovatively combines

Merchandise export drops in March

Macau’s total merchandise export amounted to 1.19 billion patacas in March, down 16.7% year-on-year, the statistical service said on Friday. The merchandise import went down 7% year-on-year to

IAM aims to restore 120 hectares of mountain forest by 2024

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) is planning to restore at least 120 hectares of mountain forest by 2024, noting 40 hectares of emergency restoration has already

Unemployment rate slightly drops in Q1

The local residents’ unemployment rate stood at 3.9% in the first quarter, as shown by data from the Statistics and Census Service. The figure

MGTO attends APEC meeting in Philippines

The local tourism bureau has attended the recent 61st Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Tourism Working Group (TWG) Meeting, which was held in a hybrid online-offline format in

Cross-border vehicle traffic hikes 71% in March

Macau’s cross-border vehicle traffic in March hiked by 71.2% year on year to 573,022 trips. The latest report from the Statistics and Census Service showed that the gross

Swimming pools reopen today

From today, four Sports Bureau (ID) outdoor swimming pools will open to the public, including the Dr. Sun Yat Sen Swimming Pool, Taipa Central Park Swimming Pool, Hac

FDCT launches training for staff

The Science and Technology Development Fund (FDCT) will conduct a series of training lectures on professional knowledge related to science and technology expertise and integrity awareness. This program,

Telegram app back on in Brazil after judge lifts suspension

Internet providers and wireless carriers in Brazil stopped blocking Telegram this weekend after a federal judge partially revised a ruling suspending the social media app over

Wynn holds new ‘Dine Like a Pro at Wynn’ event

From now to June 30, Wynn will present its new event “Dine Like a Pro at Wynn” to give guests an opportunity to “savor the very best of

Melco releases company’s 2022 sustainability report

Melco Resorts & Entertainment has published its fifth sustainability strategy for the year 2022 “RISE to go Above & Beyond.” Adhering to four key material topics that

Foreign companies in China face growing scrutiny, pressure

Foreign companies are under growing pressure in China from anti-corruption, national security and other investigations as President Xi Jinping’s government tightens control over business, clashing

Manufacturing contracts, signaling recovery concerns

China's factory activity declined in April, an official survey showed yesterday, signaling policymakers’ challenges in sustaining momentum in the country’s economic recovery. According to the

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