Parliament to prioritize electoral laws review in new session

The review of electoral laws will be placed “at a critical position,” President Kou Hoi In of the parliament has underlined. The second session of

Eduardo Flores offers an insight into Macau’s architecture over the past 40 years

Proof of Life (Prova de Vida) is the title of an exhibition by the architect Eduardo Flores, and aims not only to provide a retrospective over

Food delivery platforms fined for violating personal data

Three major food delivery platforms in Macau were fined up to MOP60,000 for violating the Personal Data Protection Law, including for the transfer of user information

Security Secretary ‘not happy’ with manner of PSP information release

Both he and the chief of the Public Security Police Force (PSP) were dissatisfied with recent communications by the authority, stated Secretary for Security Wong

New English book documents Portuguese poet Pessanha

Camilo Pessanha, a Portuguese poet who came to Macau at age 27, has become the focus of a book that goes beyond merely praising his poetic

Macao Week in Tianjin gathers 2.16m visitors

The second Macao Week of 2023 culminated in Tianjin, attracting nearly 2.16 million spectators on site, according to the Macao Government Tourism Office. Staged for five days, the

Measures issued to facilitate Macau-based planning institutions to practice in Hengqin

Hengqin recently issued the trial measures for Macau and Hong Kong-based planning institutions and professionals to file their practice in Guangdong-Macao In-depth Cooperation Zone in Hengqin. According to

DSOP receives 23 bids for old court renovation project

Public Works Bureau (DSOP) received 23 bids, 22 of which were accepted, and one required additional documents for the roof construction of the old court building’s transformation into

DSAL to hold job-matching sessions next weekend

The Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) and the Macau Federation of Trade Unions (MFTU) will collaborate to hold three industry-specific matching sessions on September 14 and 15, providing a total

IAS receives 69 requests for assistance for gambling disorder

The city’s central registration system for gambling disorder has received a total of 69 requests for assistance, an increase of nearly 60% when compared to the same period

Shenzhen to allow HK, Macau residents purchase commercial properties

Shenzhen will start allowing residents of Hong Kong and Macau to buy commercial property and business apartments to bolster sales. A news report issued

China’s exports and imports fall in August as weak global demand keeps its economy under pressure

China's exports and imports both fell in August from a year earlier, reflecting tepid global demand that is adding to pressures on its slowing economy.

A South Korean maker of auto seating parts will build a $35 million factory in Georgia, hiring 300

A South Korean company that makes automotive seating said this week that it plans to build a $35 million factory in eastern Georgia to supply a new Hyundai

Oktoberfest Macau at MGM taps the keg in October

Oktoberfest Macau at MGM, the annual brand event of MGM, is set to return to the town again in October at MGM Cotai. Held as an outdoor party again this year, Oktoberfest

Wynn mixologist to present new collection of drinks

Wynn is presenting a new collection of crafted cocktails designed by master mixologist Mariena Mercer Boarini this September. Mercer Boarini has gained numerous accolades throughout her career, including

US must heed call to turn South China Sea into sea of peace, friendship and cooperation

The United States conducted a joint naval sail with the Philippines in the South China Sea on Monday, an obvious provocative move considering the tensions between China and

China sending delegation to N. Korea to celebrate its founding as nations foster their ties

A Chinese delegation led by Vice-Premier Liu Guozhong will visit North Korea to participate in celebrations for its 75th founding anniversary, which is tomorrow, the North’s state

Australia and China open their first high-level dialogue in three years

Australia and China opened their first high-level dialogue in three years yesterday in a sign of a slight thaw to relations between countries that have clashed

Journalist gets a 20-year sentence for reporting on cyclone’s aftermath, news site says

A court in Myanmar sentenced a photojournalist for an underground news agency to 20 years in prison with hard labor for his coverage of a deadly May cyclone’s

Rocket carrying lunar lander and X-ray telescope to explore origins of universe

Japan launched a rocket yesterday carrying an X-ray telescope that will explore the origins of the universe as well as a small lunar lander. The

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