First black rainstorm warning in three years in Macau, causes floods

Macau experienced its first black rainstorm warning in three years on Saturday as heavy downpours caused widespread flooding in various areas of the city.

Visitor influx high despite weather woes

The number of visitors to Macau over the five-day Golden Week of the Labor Day holiday can be considered significantly high, particularly after the bad weather in

Macau drivers score good results in Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asia kickoff

Macau drivers André Couto and Charles Leong scored good results at the start of this year’s Lamborghini Super Trofeo Asia (LSTA) over the weekend. In

Quarter of local residents use AI: Study

About 25% of Macau residents use generative artificial intelligence (AI) platforms like ChatGPT, according to the 2024 “Internet Usage Trends in Macao” report recently published by

Officials urged to review infrastructure drainage capacity after heavy rain floods

As heavy rains caused flooding in parts of Macau over the weekend, some residents are calling on officials to evaluate the drainage capacity of the city’s infrastructure and

IC head: New visas will help artistic and cultural activities

Macau's artistic and cultural activities will benefit from the new visa schemes with the mainland, which start today, according to the president of the Cultural Affairs Bureau

Joint operation seizes counterfeit items worth HKD17 million

Customs officers have made two arrests and seized about 56,000 counterfeit items worth HKD17 million during a three-week joint operation in Hong Kong, Macau and China.

UM breaks into Top 200 in world university rankings

The University of Macau (UM) has climbed into the top 200 of the 2024 Times Higher Education World University Rankings, coming in at number 193. This is

DSAT adds space to Taipa public car park

The Transport Bureau (DSAT) has recently modified the allocation of parking spaces Taipa outdoor car park on Estrada Governador Albano de Oliveira. Specifically, seven parking spaces designated for

Man embezzles HKD350,000, claims cash was lost

A mainland man involved in currency exchange has been accused of embezzling HKD350,000 from an accomplice and confessed the money was lost, police said. Authorities revealed that in

Residential property sales rise in April

The number of residential properties purchased in Macau during the first half of April increased compared to the previous period, according to government figures. 101 units were sold,

Xi says China-France ties are win-win cooperation between countries with different systems

Over the past 60 years, China-France relations have long been at the forefront of China’s ties with major Western countries, setting a good example for the international

China publicizes for the first time what it claims is a 2016 agreement with Philippines

For the first time, China has publicized what it claims is an unwritten 2016 agreement with the Philippines over access to South China Sea islands.

MGM 2049 Global Recruitment Program Awaits Talents

MGM has joined hands with world-renowned Chinese filmmaker Zhang Yimou to present an unprecedented residency show MGM 2049 at the MGM Theater. This serves not only as a grand

As Putin begins another six-year term, he is entering a new era of extraordinary power

 Just a few months short of a quarter-century as Russia’s leader, Vladimir Putin tomorrow will put his hand on a copy of the constitution and

1966 Moors murderers jailed for life

Ian Brady and his lover Myra Hindley have been sentenced to life imprisonment for the so-called Moors murders at Chester Assizes. Judge Fenton Atkinson imposed three

Macau Mini-Rugby Festival scores big with visiting teams

Saturday, April 27 saw the return of the Macau mini-rugby festival. Held in Taipa, the event attracted 40 teams from Hong Kong, Guangdong and Macau. Close

China sends a probe to get samples from the less-explored far side of the moon

China last week launched a lunar probe to land on the far side of the moon and return with samples that could provide insights into differences between the

King Charles III’s openness about cancer has helped him connect with people

King Charles III’s decision to be open about his cancer diagnosis has helped the new monarch connect with the people of Britain and strengthened the monarchy in the year since

Good Sino-French past offers great future

Over the years, France-China relations have been steadily improving. The announcement that the Chinese leader will pay a state visit to France in early May amid one of

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