Macau universities rise in global rankings

The University of Macau (UM) and the Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) have made significant advances in the latest global university rankings, reflecting the growing

Group launches online outreach program to identify suspected drug abuse cases

In response to a concerning rise in drug-related crimes, Macau is taking proactive steps to address substance abuse issues, particularly among young people.

Unpaid leave at DFS sparks debate on labor rights

Local labor officials say they have received no complaints so far about a major duty-free retailer, DFS, requiring employees to take unpaid leave this summer. However,

Growing cases of alcoholism-related mental illness in Macau

The number of people in Macau seeking help due to alcoholism-related mental illness is growing significantly, the president of the Association for Rehabilitation of Drug

Big brands continue with a mainland-tourists-only sales orientation

The Times has learned that some local representatives of major electronics brands continue to have a mainland-tourists-only approach to sales, disregarding other markets such as

Officer investigated for hair-pulling incident at Hengqin checkpoint

The Public Security Police (PSP) in Macau has launched an investigation into the conduct of one of its officers who was seen on video appearing to

Exports at MOP1b in May

The city’s total merchandise exports amounted to MOP1.04 billion in May, down 11.6% year-on-year, according to the Statistics and Census Service. This was driven by a 10.9% decline

Fire at Tong Wa San Chun estate sends six to hospital

A fire at Block 14 of Areia Preta’s Tong Wa San Chun estate has left at least six individuals seeking medical attention for smoke inhalation, local authorities reported

IC calls for performing arts proposal

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) is calling for the proposals for local commissioned productions, supporting stage works with potential to premiere in the next two years. With this

New M8 mall expected to open soon

Macau's city center is set to welcome a new shopping destination in the third quarter of 2024, with the opening of the highly anticipated M8 mall.

Association says e-bikes sold within Macau are safe

Electric motorcycle batteries catching fire have raised concerns among the public about the safety of these vehicles. However, the Business Association of Environmentally Friendly and Electric

Melco boosts physical and mental wellness

In alignment with the SAR government’s emphasis on promoting physical and mental wellbeing, Melco Resorts & Entertainment encourages colleagues and the community to adopt healthier and more

Gov’t simiplifies non-resident worker permit renewal goes

In a move to cut red tape, the Public Security Police (PSP) has introduced a new service to allow non-resident workers to renew their “authorization to

Committee urges clarification on illegal mahjong gambling operations law

The Legislative Assembly’s Second Standing Committee continued discussions this week on a bill aimed at combating illegal gambling activities. Committee chairman Chan Chak Mo

Old city wall repair to cost up to MOP13 million

The Cultural Affairs Bureau has announced that the cost to repair the old city wall next to Estrada de São Francisco will be up to MOP13

Macau’s Canadian community can ‘bridge the relationship between China and US’

As the Greater Bay Area (GBA) initiative continues to drive economic integration and collaboration across southern China, Macau’s Canadian Chamber of Commerce (CanCham) is positioning

Shenzhen-Zhongshan Bridge to open Sunday

A commissioning ceremony for the Shenzhen-Zhongshan Bridge will be held on Sunday morning (June 30). The bridge is scheduled to allow crossings from 3 p.m. on Sunday, after

Guangzhou Metro logged 3b passenger trips in 2023

Last year’s passenger volume on the Guangzhou Metro surpassed 3.13 billion, again breaking the 3-billion mark after a four-year hiatus, according to Guangzhou Metro Group’s annual report issued

Legal affairs facility on Hengqin gains popularity

The Qin’ao International Legal Affairs Cluster in the Guangdong-Macao In-Depth Cooperation Zone on Zhuhai’s Hengqin Island has provided legal services to more than 57,000 residents and 5,500 market

CEPA gives HK exports to mainland a big lift

This year marks the 21st anniversary of the signing of the Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (CEPA) between the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the Chinese mainland. The

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