National Security Bill passed without much discussion

The National Security Law Amendment Bill was passed yesterday unanimously in parliament with only two questions raised by lawmaker Ron Lam. When the second reading

Visitor arrivals surge to 2.27 million in April amid travel rebound

Visitor arrivals totalled 2.27 million last month, representing an upsurge of 274.7% year-on-year and a rise of 16.2% month-on-month, data from Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) shows.

First corporate bond issued in Hengqin

The Guangdong-Macao In-Depth Cooperation Zone in Hengqin saw the issuance of the first corporate bond in the region by Zhuhai-based Huafa Investment Holdings Group at a cooperation zone

Big Data to be used to vet, review talent acquisition eligibility

IT strategies and apparatuses will be used to investigate the eligibility and credibility of people obtained through the future Talent Acquisition Law, a government official assured

Military imported $1 billion in weapons since 2021 coup: UN expert

Myanmar’s military has imported at least $1 billion worth of weapons and related material from Russia, China and other countries since its February 2021 coup, some

Three lessons from Aristotle on friendship

While most love songs are inspired by the joys and heartaches of romantic relationships, love between friends can be just as intense and complicated. Many people struggle

Beijing, Macau gov’ts satisfied with passing of amendments

Upon passing of the National Security Law Amendment Bill in local parliament, government bodies in Beijing and Macau expressed their satisfaction in separate statements.

Gov’t unveils MOP7.8b overhead bridge in northern district

An overhead network of walkways will be constructed in the northern district, the local government announced yesterday.According to the plan presented by the Public Works Bureau, the MOP7.82

Police officer suspected of filming woman

 A public security police officer is suspected of secretly filming women with his mobile phone at the central district while off-duty, according to the Public Security Police Force

Man in custody following suspicion of drug trafficking and use

The Judiciary Police (PJ) arrested a 40-year-old Filipino on suspicion of drug trafficking and drug use after finding a variety of drugs worth a total of MOP410,000 in

Lawmaker calls for improving education on environmental protection

More general education on environmental protection should be introduced to make progress in the area, lawmaker Wu Chou Kit said in his parliamentary pre-agenda speech yesterday.

Banks’ int’l business share rises in Q1

The proportion of international business in Macau’s local banking sector rose in the first quarter of 2023, the monetary watchdog said. According to statistics released by the Monetary

CPTTM calls for fashion illustration entries

The “14th Macao Fashion Illustration Contest” of the Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Center (CPTTM) is now open for entries and will remain open until June 28. An open

Guangzhou to host GBA science forum

The 2023 Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Science Forum will be held from May 20 to 23 in Guangzhou, according to China Science Daily. This year’s forum was

Exhibition highlights five HK and Macau artists to promote cultural exchange

Galaxy Macau launched it fourth art exhibition since 2021 “Artists-in-residence: Summer Love” which showcases 15 exclusive canvases from five different artists; two from Macau and three

Why Hyundai and Kia have everyone else playing catch-up

In the past few years, Hyundai and Kia vehicles have skyrocketed to the top of Edmunds’ rankings in some of the most popular vehicle segments. For example,

Bar Patuá at MGM Cotai presents a  four-hands malt cocktail pop-up 

Bar Patuá at MGM Cotai presents the “Double Twists: Lorenzo Coppola x Paul Zhang” – a four-hands malt cocktail pop-up that features renowned mixologist Lorenzo Coppola, Creative Bar director of Aqua Restaurant Group,

Sands continues tradition of giving boxed lunches to taxi drivers as it celebrates anniversary

Sands Macao celebrated its 19th anniversary yesterday with its annual tradition of presenting complimentary boxed lunches to Macau taxi drivers. Sean McCreery, executive vice president of operations for Sands

Beijing asks embassies to avoid ‘propaganda’ in apparent reference to pro-Ukrainian displays

Foreign embassies in Beijing were asked by the Chinese government to avoid displaying what it calls propaganda in an apparent response to shows of support for

Lee defends removal of politically sensitive books in public libraries

Hong Kong's leader said yesterday the city’s public libraries would not recommend books featuring “bad ideologies” to residents after they pulled titles related to the 1989

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