Japan defense chief urges higher security after drone video of warship posted on China social media

Japan's defense chief Friday called for the bolstering of its anti-drone capability after a drone footage posted on Chinese social media showed a Japanese aircraft carrier docked at a restricted

Road to GP starts this weekend for local racers

For local racers, the path to this year’s Macau Grand Prix (GP) starts this weekend, as the season kicks off with the first round of qualifying

New Filipino women’s association aims to be beacon of hope among fellow migrants

A group of Filipino women has created an association with the shared desire for change and to create a platform for strengthening community support amongst women.

Man loses MOP13,000 in employment website scam

An individual fell victim to a scam orchestrated through a part-time employment website, resulting in a substantial loss of MOP13,000, the Judiciary Police (PJ) has reported.

Ella Lei calls for crackdown on illegal foreign workers

Lawmaker Ella Lei has called on the Macau government to take stronger action against a troubling rise in illegal employment of non-resident workers, including cross-border truck

Xi arrives in Hungary for talks on expanding Chinese investments

President Xi Jinping arrived in Hungary yesterday , the final stop on his five-day European tour, where he’s expected to finalize a number of agreements with Prime

SJM revenue surges 74.5% in Q1

SJM Holdings saw a significant increase of 74.5%  in its net gaming revenue, amounting to HKD6.46 billion. In an announcement, the gaming operator highlighted

Indonesian gov’t committed to protecting migrant workers in Macau

The Minister of Manpower, Ida Fauziyah, has reaffirmed the Indonesian government’s commitment to improving the safety and security of Indonesian migrant workers in Macau.

Non-resident workers drive population growth

Macau's population reached 686,400 by the close of the first quarter of 2024, according to figures released Wednesday by the Statistics and Census Service (DCSEC).

Border Gate bus terminal undergoes maintenance after storm

Heavy rain last Saturday resulted in the Border Gate Terminal resembling a “water curtain hole,” with leaks reported in the ceiling of the underground bus station.

Theatre in Patuá with tickets for both shows almost sold out

The theatre in Macau’s Creole language “Patuá” is back and will present two performances this weekend as part of the Macau Arts Festival program. Titled

Over 2,700 Urbanism and Urban Construction professionals registered in Macau

In the past nine years, Macau has witnessed the registration of 2,748 professionals in the field of Urbanism and Urban Construction under the new regime established

IC offers 30% discount on MAF shows

The Cultural Affairs Bureau is launching the “Final Surprise Flash Sale Offer,” a 30% discount on tickets for a selection of shows as part of the 34th Macao Arts

20 museums to host activities on May 18

To celebrate International Museum Day May 18, 20 museums in Macau will co-organize the annual event of the museum sector, the “Macao International Museum

SSM lowers age requirement for elderly dental prosthesis

The Health Bureau has decided to lower the age requirement for the “Dental Prosthesis Installation Program for the Elderly” to individuals over 65

Japanese Nissan reports 92% jump in profit as sales surge

Nissan's profit for the fiscal year through March jumped 92% to 426.6 billion yen ($2.7 billion) as sales grew in all major global markets except China,

Heavy rains may lead to floods in South, Southwest China

Torrential rains from Thursday to Sunday may leave more than a dozen rivers in southern China swollen above their flood warning levels, according to the Ministry

Into the far side of the moon, developing Macau beyond gaming within GBA’s development plan

The State Key Laboratory of Lunar and Planetary Science (SKLPlanets) at the Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) was officially established in 2018 with

Shenzhen housing policy changes may spur demand

On The Agenda The new policy package for the technology hub of Shenzhen, Guangdong province, to ease its homebuying rules will be a significant step

Notes on academic studies

The Greater Bay Area on The Local Economy Author: Jin Deng Journal: Frontiers in Business, Economics and Management, 2023 This

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