Lobbying for blank votes may be penalized in future elections

Lobbying for or encouraging voters to cast blank or invalid ballots should be penalized in the future, the Electoral Affairs Commission (CAEAL) recently suggested in

DSSCU dismantles 12 dangerous constructions since 2017

Since 2017, 12 out of 22 dangerous buildings in the city have been demolished, the Land and Urban Construction Bureau (DSSCU) director Lai Weng Leong recently

Melco to open City of Dreams Mediterranean in July

The City of Dreams Mediterranean located in the city of Limassol, Cyprus, is set to open its doors by July 10, becoming the first integrated

Swedish singer Loreen wins Eurovision Song Contest

Swedish singer Loreen won the Eurovision Song Contest on Saturday night with her power ballad “Tattoo,” at a colorful, eclectic music competition clouded for a second

Ctrip forecasts boost in tour packages for visitors amid optimized entry, exit polices

As China today restores fast-lane entry and exit services at all ports, Ctrip expects that more tailored package products will emerge. From today, Chinese nationals will be

Vote counting underway in key election with opposition favored to win

Vote counting was underway yesterday in Thailand’s general election, touted as a pivotal chance for change nine years after incumbent Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha first came to

Middle court deems certain non-consensual recordings presentable as exhibits

Voice recordings obtained on the grounds of obstructing the commission of illicit acts can be presented as exhibits, the Court of Second Instance (TSI) has

DSAL to hold job-matching sessions for people with disabilities

The Labour Affairs Bureau will hold a job-matching session for residents with disabilities on June 20, offering a total of 165 vacancies. In a statement, the bureau stated

IEEE conducts lecture on climate sustainability

Saifur Rahman, president and CEO of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), recently visited the University of Macau (UM) and exchanged ideas with researchers at the

Shenzhen launches online auction platform for new int’l tuna trading center

Shenzhen launched an online auction platform on Friday for its new international tuna trading center amid a push to develop the country’s aquatic products sector. Based on Internet

Macau Pass collaborates with Southeast Asia e-wallets to expand service

Macau Pass has been officially approved to provide acquiring services to Alipay+ market-leading partner e-wallets from the Philippines, Malaysia and Thailand. This means that

MGTO to cooperate with AirAsia and Jin Air to attract overseas tourists

The number of tourists visiting Macau has reached 60% of pre-pandemic levels, with a stable majority of tourists coming from the mainland and Hong Kong

Veteran photographer Lou Kam Ieng opens first painting exhibition

Experienced local photographer Lou Kam Ieng has expanded his scope of creations and recently unveiled his first painting exhibition at the Macau Tower. The exhibition

Corruption watchdog finds no irregularities over ‘Leather Factory’ land plot

The Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) has found no illegalities in connection with the land plot at Rua dos Pescadores where buildings no. 15 and 17

Exec fired from ByteDance says Beijing had access to TikTok data in termination suit

A former executive fired from TikTok’s parent company ByteDance made a raft of accusations against the tech giant Friday, including that it stole content from competitors like

Chinese development firm fined $4 million in LA bribery case

A company owned by a billionaire Chinese real estate developer was fined $4 million for bribing a Los Angeles city councilmember for help in getting a downtown skyscraper

FAI Announces 5th World Cup of Indoor Skydiving 2024 in GoAirborne Macau

The 5th FAI World Cup of Indoor Skydiving 2024 will be held in GoAirborne Macau, a first for Asia, FAI announced. The ambassador of GoAirborne Macau Kyra

Sands China launches ‘Sands Resorts Incubation Centre’ program

Sands China launched its new “Sands Resorts Incubation Centre” program during a press conference held in The Venetian Macao’s Cotai Expo during Beyond Expo. This program, which

Man suspected of killing multiple people apprehended

A person suspected of killing seven people and injuring 11 was grabbed by police in Lyuliang city, Shanxi province, the local government released yesterday. According to the

China and Russia increasing military collaboration: Japan FM

Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi expressed concern yesterday about Russian and Chinese military cooperation in Asia and said the security situation in Europe could not be

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