Companies want ‘clarity’ after security rule changes, raids on consultants: Business group

Foreign companies in China are uncertain about what they are allowed to do following police raids on consulting firms and want “greater clarity” about how newly expanded

Gov’t relaunches subsidy for old vehicles

The government is launching a new subsidy plan for disposing of old diesel vehicles following the first scheme that ended mid-March this year. The

CE hopes Lusophone Commonwealth promotes Macau

During his meeting with businesses from the Lusophone Commonwealth, Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng expressed his hopes that Macau would be promoted. Officially known

Hengqin’s new development model to create a ‘Zero Carbon Demonstration Island’

We can build houses like cars and change our production methods through intelligent technology to reduce construction waste and achieve pollution and carbon reduction.” A new

Lee condemns unusual uptick in registration withdrawals from organ donation system

Hong Kong Chief Executive John Lee condemned an unusual rise in the number of withdrawal requests to the city’s organ donation system, saying yesterday that police would

Macau to experience effects of Typhoon Mawar over the weekend

Super Typhoon Mawar, which is in the western Pacific near the island of Guam, will potentially affect local weather conditions. According to forecasts, the typhoon

Travel Expo to roll out cloud invitations

Slated to run from June 30 to July 2, the 11th Macao International Travel (Industry) Expo (MITE) will roll out an array of Cloud Invitation and Briefing Sessions from

DSAL to hold job-matching sessions for 140 vacancies

Three industry-specific matching sessions will be held by the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) on May 30 and June 1, providing 141 job vacancies in sectors such as hotels

Registration of summer activities open

The government’s activities for the upcoming summer will include 509 projects and 1,976 classes, including 400 projects and 1,200 classes on culture and entertainment. 109 other projects and

Bank of China issues RMB2b-Yulan Bonds

Yesterday, the local branch of Bank of China issued the world’s first ‘Yulan Bonds,’ as part of its latest move to push for the internationalization of the RMB,

Application for internship program for Palace Museum opens

Applications for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Youth Internship Programme at Palace Museum 2023 – Macao Internship Recruitment will be open until May 31, providing 48 different vacancies in 14

IAM familiarizes public with veterinary law through briefings

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) has begun efforts to familiarize the public with the new veterinary law that will be enacted April 1, 2024. It

Drunken Dragon Dance returns Friday

Celebratory events for Buddha’s Birthday, such as drunken dragon and lion dances, will return in physical form May 26. In the past three years of

Man arrested for allegedly beating and robbing ‘co-worker’

A man has been apprehended on allegations of robbery and physical assault against a person he allegedly hired to conduct illegal currency exchange, according to the Judiciary

Civil servant suspected of suicide

A 35-year-old man, working as a civil servant is suspected to have died by suicide Monday evening, the Judiciary Police (PJ) informed in a note to the press.

Sands China opens ceramic exhibition to boost art amid city’s robust recovery

Sands China has launched its latest art exhibition at Sands Gallery, the Fang Lijun Ceramic Works Exhibition, with the aim of boosting diversification of art and culture in Macau

Modi wants closer bilateral defense ties with Canberra

Narendra Modi has arrived in Sydney for his second Australian visit as India’s prime minister and told local media he wants closer bilateral defense and security ties

China’s Sinopec signs agreement to enter retail fuel market

Chinese petroleum giant Sinopec signed an agreement with Sri Lanka today to enter the South Asian island country’s retail fuel market as it struggles to

Opposition party won most seats in parliamentary election

East Timor’s opposition party won Sunday’s parliamentary election, meaning independence fighter Xanana Gusmao is likely to return as prime minister in Asia’s youngest democracy. The final

Police resume search for Madeleine McCann, missing since 2007

Portuguese police aided by German and British colleagues yesterday resumed their search for Madeleine McCann, the British child who disappeared in the country’s southern Algarve region

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