Gov’t to present array of festive events for CNY

To mark the arrival of the Year of the Dragon, Macau is abuzz with multiple festive activities, including the 25th Anniversary of the Establishment of

Macau remains the city with most Forbes five-star hotels

Macau has maintained its status as the city with the highest number of Forbes-recognized five-star hotels in the world. 22 hotels received this prestigious rating

Trade unionist calls for tailor-made training

Ella Lei, trade unionist and lawmaker, yesterday called for targeted training programs for certain groups such as middle-aged jobseekers to facilitate their employment opportunities. On

MGTO makes conservative forecast of 120,000 visitors per day

Over the first eight days of the Spring Festival Golden Week, Macau is expected to receive some 120,000 visitors per day on average, the director

MGM and IC unveil exhibition celebrating Barra’s heritage

Local resort operator MGM and the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) yesterday inaugurated an exhibition at Barra to present paintings, drawings and photographs on the neighborhood. Titled

MGTO approved support to 44 community projects expected to draw 1.8m tourists

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) is said to have approved financial support for a total of 44 different community projects this year in several districts,

Lawmakers want to promote PE in schools as a path to local sports development

Lawmakers Pang Chuan and Kou Kam Fai want to promote Physical Education (PE) in local schools as a path for local sports development as well

Better planning needed for ‘city of shows’

Better planning, localization, and an annual calendar for local concerts is necessary to turn Macau’s bid into a “city of shows” more international and with world-level artists,

Woman suspected of jewelry theft worth over MOP1 million

A domestic helper from the mainland has been arrested for stealing watches, handbags, and gold jewelry worth over 1 million patacas from her employer. The employer discovered

Lawmaker doubts local radio taxi’s capacity to serve foreign visitors

Lawmaker Ron Lam has expressed doubts about the local radio taxi’s ability to cater to foreign visitors, due to its unreliable location platform and outdated

TIS holds professional development day

The International School of Macao (TIS) recently organised a Professional Development (PD) Day to “empower their educators with the latest teaching methods and technological advancements.”

Mother and daughter found deceased in apartment

The bodies of two women, later identified as a mother and daughter, were found in an apartment on Estrada do Cemitério in Macau around noon

It’s the Year of the Dragon − associated with good fortune, wisdom and success

Among China’s traditional holidays and celebrations, none ranks higher in importance than the Lunar New Year ‮٩‬A‮>‬ل‮٧‬s‮&‬~. Also known as the Spring Festival‭


    HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR     The Year Of the Wood Dragon 木龍年 2024 will bring new excitement, growth and plenty of opportunities to grab but the natives should

Ships from US, Australia and Japan conduct joint drills in defiance of Beijing

Warships from the United States, Australia and Japan have held joint drills in the South China Sea in defiance of Beijing, which claims sovereignty over virtually

Markets welcome Beijing’s choice of an industry veteran as top regulator

Chinese shares rose yesterday as investors appeared to welcome Beijing’s choice of an industry veteran to head its securities watchdog, in its latest effort to boost

Fukushima plant leaked radioactive water, but none escaped the facility

Highly radioactive water leaked from a treatment machine at the tsunami-hit Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, but no one was injured and radiation monitoring shows no

Papua New Guinea’s PM becomes first Pacific leader to address Parliament House

Papua New Guinea Prime Minister James Marape yesterday become the first Pacific leader to address Australia’s parliament, vowing “nothing will come in between our two countries.”

Election officials reject antiwar politician’s bid to oppose Putin in upcoming vote

Estonia (Antiwar politician Boris Nadezhdin was rejected yesterday as a candidate in next month’s presidential balloting by Russian election authorities, a strong signal from the Kremlin that

Israeli strikes kill 13 in a southern Gaza town that could be the next target

Israeli airstrikes killed over a dozen people overnight and into yesterday in Rafah in the Gaza Strip, hours after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected Hamas’ cease-fire

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