Hong Kong busker arrested and deported from Macau claims mistreatment

Hong Kong busker Oliver Ma claims to have been mistreated by the local police forces, who deported and banned him from reentering Macau without justifiable

HUSH to celebrate wellness this year, upholding Big Health development

This year’s HUSH! Beach Concerts will incorporate yoga events to promote wellness and Big Health, deputy director of Culture Cheang Kai Meng said yesterday. Branded as

Jockey Club new season commences Sept. 29, ends speculation of operator uncertainty

The Macau government has approved Macau Jockey Club’s (MJC) 2023-24 season, ending speculations that the firm has failed to satisfactorily upgrade facilities as it pledged back

Security Chief says police cadets expelled for indecent behavior

The Office of the Secretary for Security, Wong Sio Chak has said in a statement that three police cadets undergoing training at the police academy have

Biden wraps visit by talking with business leaders and visiting a memorial to John McCain

President Joe Biden was wrapping up a visit to Vietnam yesterday, meeting with Vietnamese government officials and business leaders and spotlighting new deals and partnerships between the

Zone A to see conclusion of first building next month

The first building to be completed in New Urban Zone A will house a series of public service facilities and is scheduled to finish construction

Biannual collector art fair returns to Casa Garden

Organized by the Orient Foundation, a biannual collector art fair is returning for the second time this year to the gallery at the foundation’s headquarters

SSM reports of new Covid cases in local school

The Health Bureau (SSM) has informed that five students and one teacher from a local school have been infected with Covid-19. The patients developed upper respiratory tract symptoms

Hengqin sees 47 lawyers from SARs

Statistics released by Hengqin authority suggest that providing more legal services and support could be a feasible approach to attracting more law firms and lawyers from Macau to practice in

PSP investigating man driving in opposite direction

A private car was suspected of driving in the wrong direction on Av da Amizade yesterday morning, and police authorities are currently investigating the case. The local male

Decreasing approvals of residential mortgage loans

In July, new residential mortgage loans (RMLs) approved by Macau banks fell by 28.7% month-on-month to MOP1.20 billion. Of these, new RMLs to residents, representing 99.3% of the

Food recalls are pretty common for things like rocks, insects and plastic

Rocks in Trader Joe’s cookies. Insects in its broccoli-cheese soup. Pieces of plastic in Banquet frozen chicken strips. In recent weeks, U.S. consumers have seen

Galaxy hosts over 10 property visits for academia

Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) has welcomed more than 420 teachers and students from different universities from China, Hong Kong, Macau and other tertiary institutions from around

One Central presents Picasso’s artworks in gemmaux

As part of “Art Macao: Macao International Art Biennale 2023,” organized by the Macao SAR Government, One Central Macau presents “Pablo Picasso: Paintings in Glass,” for the first

Former CEO of Alibaba quits cloud business in surprise move during its leadership reshuffle

The former CEO of Alibaba, Daniel Zhang, resigned as head of its cloud computing unit yesterday in a surprise move as the Chinese e-commerce empire wraps up

Air China jet evacuated after engine fire sends smoke into cabin in Singapore, nine people injured

Nine passengers were injured after an engine fire sent smoke into the cabin of an Air China jetliner landing in Singapore, prompting an evacuation of the aircraft.

British PM Sunak chides Beijing after report that a Parliament staffer is a suspected Beijing spy

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak chastised China’s premier yesterday for “unacceptable” interference in British democracy, after a newspaper reported that a researcher in Parliament was arrested earlier

2001 US declares war on terror

The President of the United States has described the destruction caused in New York and Washington as an act of war against all freedom-loving people. In

Thailand’s LGBTQ+ community draws tourists from China looking to be themselves

Xinyu Wen traveled to Thailand in June, planning a two-week vacation around Bangkok’s Pride parade. Instead, the 28-year-old stayed a month and a half,

FIBA, Manila organizers reflect on World Cup’s successes

None of the teams that medaled in the 2019 Basketball World Cup made the medal round at this year’s World Cup. And only two quarterfinalists

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