Macau ranked last in realtor’s GBA Index

Despite seeing a four-month consecutive rise, Macau is still ranked last in the Greater Bay Area (GBA) Index released by a regional realty agency. The

Lawmaker criticizes gov’t for lack of preparation for city

The government in general has been lacking a long-term vision for major plans and projects, which could be seen in existing transport arrangements, lawmaker

High blood pressure diseases increasing in Macau: Gov’t

In light of World Hypertension Day, celebrated yesterday, the Health Bureau (SSM) revealed that high blood pressure diseases were rising in Macau, when considering that

Sunzi, shì and strategy: How to read ‘Art of War’ the way its author intended

In the mid-1990s, I picked up the military classic “Art of War” hoping to find insight into my new career as an officer in the United States

Secretary Rosário: Too busy to make progress on land auction

The transport and public work sector “could not make it” in progressing with land auctions, Secretary Raimundo do Rosário for the sector said yesterday. The

Biden scraps planned visit to Australia, Papua New Guinea to focus on debt limit talks

President Joe Biden said yesterday he’s curtailing his upcoming trip to the Indo-Pacific, scrapping what was to be a historic stop in Papua New Guinea

Association head calls for further efforts against Inner Harbour floods

Although the government has implemented projects that managed to contain flooding in Inner Harbour, more should be done to completely eradicate the problem. Flooding

IFTM students developed innovative smart tourism concepts for Sustaincia

The Macao Institute for Tourism Studies (IFTM) has partnered with Macau-based high-tech enterprises consortium Sustaincia to organize courses and workshops about an innovative smart tourism concept developed by

Construction forum to be held on Jun.1

The International Infrastructure Investment and Construction Forum will hold its 14th edition at The Venetian Macao on June 1-2 with over 3,000 members from political, business and academic

Gaming taxes total MOP4.95b in April

Macau’s April gaming tax revenue was above MOP4.95 billion with a total gross gaming revenue (GGR) of more than MOP14.72 billion. This is the best monthly performance since

20% of population using 5G

The city has over 20% of cellphone users using 5G service, said Lau Wai Meng, director of Macao Post and Telecommunications Bureau (CTT). Speaking on

PJ warns on ticket fraud following reports of up to MOP227k losses

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has received more cases of online shopping concert ticket fraud over the past five days, with the value amounting to over MOP260,000.

Visitor spending surges 130% as arrivals grow in Q1

Visitor spending has surged 127.1% year-on-year to MOP14.98 billion in the first quarter of 2023, driven by an uplift of 163.7% in visitor arrival numbers.

Future details of currency issuance to be determined by CE

Details of future currency issuance, such as denominations and characteristics, will be determined in Executive Regulations, a parliamentary committee has disclosed. The Second Standing

Transactions reach MOP7b in Q1 as market prices increase

Real estate market transaction values reached MOP6.93 billion during the first quarter of 2023, an increase of 17.5% compared to last year. Data from the Statistics and

Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, receives Ms. Foundation’s Woman of Vision Award

Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, encouraged women to find inspiration to fight for equity as she accepted the Ms. Foundation Women of Vision Award yesterday , with Black

MUST launches poster to warn citizens of hypertension

In line with the World Hypertension Day, observed annually on May 17, the Faculty of Medicine at the Macau University of Science and Technology has produced a poster

CTM showcases smart solutions in World Telecom Day

In celebration of the “5.17 World Telecom Day”, CTM demonstrated the “road cracks detection” smart solution built on Baidu’s PaddlePaddle framework. This application uses visual sensors installed on road

Former British PM Truss warns of ‘China threats’ during visit

Former British Prime Minister Liz Truss warned of the economic and political threats to the West posed by China during a visit yesterday to rival Taiwan.

US announces criminal cases involving flow of technology, information to China, Russia and Iran

The Justice Department announced a series of criminal cases yesterday tracing the illegal flow of sensitive technology, including Apple’s software code for self-driving cars and

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