Beijing offers foreign residents in Macau five-year multiple entry visa

Non-Chinese residents of Macau and Hong Kong will have an easier time entering mainland China as Beijing has relaxed visa regulations to better incorporate the semi-autonomous

June casino revenue drops despite year-over-year increase

Macau’s casinos generated MOP17.69 billion in gross gaming revenue in June, up 16.4% from a year ago but down 12.4% from the previous month, according to figures

GBA cross-border illegal gambling syndicate busted

In a major crackdown on cross-border organized crime, police from Guangdong, Hong Kong, and Macau have arrested 50 people, including a security department officer, for

First time in 60 years that no hydrofoils are operating between Macau and HK, group claims

The Jetfoil Conservation Concern Group has said that for the first time in the last 60 years, there is no type of hydrofoil ferry operating between

Macau Bridge expected to be ready for traffic in Q3

The construction of the city’s fourth bridge, Macau Bridge, is nearing completion, with the overall project essentially finalized and subsequent commissioning, acceptance, and handover work proceeding

Surveys show economy growing but at modest pace

Surveys of Chinese factory managers showed a mixed outlook for the world’s second-largest economy in June, with growth steady but not picking up much steam.

EPM Foundation praises IGEC probe to school

The Foundation of the Portuguese School of Macau () has praised the news that the Portuguese education authorities are investigating the dismissal of five staff

Commerce and Investment Promotion Institute begins operations

The newly formed Commerce and Investment Promotion Institute (IPCI) began operations yesterday following a merger. The organization combines the Trade and Investment Promotion Institute and Forum Macau’s permanent secretariat.

Marriage process goes digital

Macau’s amended civil code has taken effect, bringing a more digital marriage registration system. The changes include an upcoming “Marriage in One Step” online application program allowing residents

Applicants can now pick public housing for elderly online

Starting July 8, the Social Welfare Bureau (IAS) will allow eligible applicants to choose their preferred public senior living apartments either online or in person. Those with individual

MGTO unveils roadshow in Malaysia for second consecutive year

Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) will roll out a four-day “Experience Macao Malaysia Roadshow” at the popular Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall in Kuala Lumpur from July 5 to

Macau airport introduces first cardless currency exchange machine

The new machine, installed by Delta Asia Bank, allows residents and visitors to exchange Macau patacas for Japanese yen, Singaporean dollars, Thai baht, and Chinese RMB without the

Zhuhai unveils plans for massive entertainment complex at border gate

Local authorities in Zhuhai have announced plans to transform several bustling streets near the Zhuhai-Macau border into a new entertainment and tourism hub.  The 580-meter redevelopment project, led

‘Youth employment expo 2024’ is accepting online reservations

The Labour Affairs Bureau, Macau Chinese New Youth Association, Macau Chinese Students Federation, and Macau Youth Development Service Center are hosting the “Youth Employment Expo 2024” from July 12

Int’l children’s arts festival hosts music camp

The Cultural Affairs Bureau and Wynn Resorts (Macau), S.A. are co-hosting the “1st Macao International Children’s Arts Festival - Music Camp” from August 16-21, featuring world-renowned violinist Joshua

Residents to start receiving cash handouts today

Starting today, July 2, the Macau Special Administrative Region (MSAR) government will begin distributing cash subsidies to eligible residents as part of its “Wealth Partaking Scheme 2024”.

17-year-old Chinese player died after collapsing during a badminton match in Indonesia

A 17-year-old Chinese player died after collapsing on court during an Asian tournament in Indonesia’s Yogyakarta province, Indonesia’s Badminton Association said yesterday. Zhang Zhijie was playing

Mountainous county school in Guizhou stuns with gaokao results

A high school in Liupanshui, a mountainous region of Guizhou province, has defied expectations with its outstanding performance in the highly competitive national college entrance exam, the gaokao. Nearly

N. Koreans are seen wearing Kim Jong Un pins for the first time as his personality cult grows

For the first time, North Korean officials have been seen wearing lapel pins with the image of leader Kim Jong Un, another sign the North is

Japan revises economic growth in Q1 downward, as data show sluggish demand

Japan revised its earlier estimates to show that its economy contracted at a 2.9% annual pace in the first quarter of the year, as meanwhile

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