Sectors upbeat for November events as boost in gaming, tourism arrivals expected

The tourism industry expects a daily average of 100,000 arrivals during the upcoming 70th Macau Grand Prix, forecasting that even hotels on the Macau Peninsula will

Senior residence project receives 200 queries, applications in first hour

During the first hour for official applications, the senior residence project received over 200 queries and applications, local media reported yesterday. The official opening

Macau athlete clinches gold in Qiangshu event

Macau athlete Wong Weng Ian won the gold medal yesterday in the women’s Qiangshu event at the first Student (Youth) Games of China, becoming the Macau

Gov’t extends Air Macau license for 3 years until new bill in force

The SAR Government has extended the concession contract of Air Macau for three years or until the new Civil Aviation Activity Law is effective. In

MP officer describes case distribution method as an exception

An officer at the Public Prosecutions Office (MP) has described in court senior prosecutor Kong Chi’s mode of case distribution as an exception. The court hearing for

Xi and Albanese meet in Beijing while their countries try to mend ties

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese met Chinese President Xi Jinping yesterday on the first visit by an Australian leader to China in seven years as the

Office of the President of the Court of Final Appeal relocated

The Office of the President of the Court of Final Appeal (TUI) will move to the Complex of Commerce and Trade Co-operation Platform for China and Portuguese-speaking Countries Macao from Nov.

Beijing opposes threats of sanction against HK official

On Sunday, the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of China’s State Council condemned U.S. politicians who threatened to impose sanctions against government officials and judicial personnel of

Alcohol control law has room for clarification despite enactment

Whether or not the serving of liqueur chocolate or wine-infused dishes will be subject to penalties when provided to underage diners is still unclear.

Newly firms increasing amid market recovery

A total of 1,355 new companies were incorporated in the third quarter of 2023, an increase of 383 year-on-year, data from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC)

61 Macau-funded enterprises in TCM in Hengqin

Hengqin’s four major industries have experienced strong development since the establishment of the Cooperation Zone, according to a recent announcement made by the Executive Committee. Focusing on the

Nearly MOP80,000 SMS scam losses

Between Oct. 25 and Nov. 3, 11 residents were victimized by a “phony MPay phishing SMS scam” and incurred losses of close to MOP80,000. In a statement, the

One Account for unemployment allowance applicants

Residents can apply for the Social Security System’s unemployment allowance through the Macao One Account, the government announced yesterday. Applicants can file an application with the Social Security

Google’s antitrust headaches compound with another trial, targeting Play Store

Google today will try to protect a lucrative piece of its internet empire at the same time it’s still entangled in the biggest U.S. antitrust

CESL Asia’s sports day raises MOP125,000

In its 7th edition, CESL Asia and Friends Sport Fun Day 2023 brought together 22 entities and over 200 participants, and raised MOP125,000 in donations for the Macau

The Londoner Hotel wins ‘China Top 10 Hotels’ award

The Londoner Hotel has been honored by the 2023 Condé Nast Traveler Gold List and is now the only hotel in Macau to win the ‘China Top 10 Hotels’

Yellen to host Chinese vice premier for talks in San Francisco ahead of start of summit

U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will host Chinese Vice Premier He Lifeng for two days of talks this week, the latest in a series of high-level

PM Lee plans to step down and hand over to his deputy before the 2025 election

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said this week he planned to bow out and hand over power to his deputy, Lawrence Wong, late next year, before

Seoul plans to launch its first military spy satellite on Nov. 30

South Korea said yesterday it plans to launch its first domestically built spy satellite at the end of this month to better monitor rival North Korea,

Blinken wraps up frantic Mideast tour with tepid, if any, support for pauses in Gaza fighting

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken was wrapping up a grueling Middle East diplomatic tour yesterday in Turkey after only limited success in his furious efforts

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