MGM Ignites Jin Yong’s Drama Legacy at Barra

Dr. Louis Cha (Jin Yong), a literary giant of Chinese literature, wrote 15 captivating wuxia novels during his lifetime. These novels have not only been appreciated in literature, but have

Gov’t relaxes rules to attract younger buyers for Hengqin apartments

The government will relax the eligibility requirements at Macau New Neighborhood (MNN) in Hengqin. Effective from May 13, Macau residents aged 18 or above can

Macau casino shares rise as China expands travel visa scheme

Macau casino operators’ shares surged yesterday after China announced an expansion of its individual travel visa scheme to include eight additional mainland cities, a move that

Xia Baolong inspects new bridge, meets with key leaders

Beijing's top official for Hong Kong and Macau Affairs, Xia Baolong, has visited the city’s fourth Taipa-Macau bridge, Macau Bridge, as part of his week-long inspection

PATA summit focus on youth, new trends

The annual summit for the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) will be underway in Macau from tomorrow for three consecutive days. According to the

IAS to assist disadvantaged families in MOP20 million budget

Starting in May, the Social Welfare Bureau (IAS) will distribute the first special assistance grant of this year’s Social Inclusion Program to 4,905 single-parent, disabled

Small, well-built Chinese EV called the Seagull poses a big threat to the US auto industry

A tiny, low-priced electric car called the Seagull has American automakers and politicians trembling. The car, launched last year by Chinese automaker BYD, sells for

MGTO claims the goal of two million foreign visitors will be achieved

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) is confident Macau will reach its goal of two million international visitors this year, MGTO deputy director Cheng Wai Tong

Vocational training courseson the rise

A total of 1,915 vocational training courses were conducted in 2023, with the participation of 97,672 trainees. This indicates a notable increase of 25.1% compared to the previous

AL committee wary on discontinuation of inspection travel agencies

The Second Standing Committee has expressed its apprehension regarding the discontinuation of inspections of travel agencies prior to the issuance of licenses, as stipulated in the new law

HK opens quota applications of HZMB

Hong Kong’s Transport Department today opened applications for 1,000 regular quotas for Hong Kong cross-boundary non-commercial private cars using the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB) to Macau. On June 30,

CE calls for budget proposals to prepare LAG2025

The Chief Executive (CE), Ho Iat Seng, has published the guidelines and schedule for the submission of 2025 budget proposals from all public services and departments

Ten people lose over MOP4.7 million to scams

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has received reports from 10 scam victims totaling over MOP4.5 million. Most of these scams occurred online, with victims’ losses ranging

FDCT to update funding regulations and incentive plans

The Science and Technology Development Fund (FDCT) will reformulate its funding regulations and the Science and Technology Award Plan according to public financial funding system provisions

Status of Chinese citizen journalist who reported on COVID unknown

The whereabouts of a Chinese citizen journalist who served four years in prison for reporting on the early days of the pandemic in Wuhan and was expected

Sleepy far-flung towns will host US forces returning to country

The far-flung coastal town of Santa Ana in the northeastern tip of the Philippine mainland has long been known by tourists mostly for its beaches, waterfalls,

Trump suggests Chinese migrants are ‘here to build an army.’ The migrants tell another story

It was 7 a.m. on a recent Friday when Wang Gang, a 36-year-old Chinese immigrant, jostled for a day job in New York City’s Flushing neighborhood.

1955 Communist states sign Warsaw Pact

The Soviet Union and its Eastern Bloc allies have signed a security pact in the Polish capital, Warsaw, after a three-day conference. Announcements in Warsaw and

Then Target came along

Over the past two decades, Gee’s Bend quilts have captured the public’s imagination with their kaleidoscopic colors and their daring geometric patterns. The groundbreaking art practice was

Power, Newgarden begin Indy quests by adapting to new strategists and engineers

Josef Newgarden and Will Power went back to work last weekend with revamped teams. The drivers’ race strategists, Tim Cindric and Ron Ruzewski, will miss Saturday’s

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