LRT company expects passenger increase with the opening of two new lines

The Macao Light Rapid Transit Corporation, Limited (LRT Company) believes that the number of passengers using this transport system will increase after the opening of the

Debt-ridden The 13 Hotel resumes limited operations

After years of financial troubles and a failed auction attempt, The 13 Hotel in Macau has resumed limited operations, according to reports from public broadcaster

Ho Iat Seng to run for a second term as Macau CE: Reports

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng is set to officially declare his intention to run for a second term as the leader of the SAR Government

MGTO, industry hope for more foreigners in second half

Both the Macau Government Tourism Office (MGTO) and tourism industry representatives have expressed hope that in the second half of this year more foreign visitors

Residents in favor of utilizing MJC land for recreational facilities, survey finds

The “People’s Alliance for the Construction of Macau” (Aliança de Povo de Instituição de Macau) has surveyed 587 locals on the future of the land plot

Xi calls on world powers to help Russia and Ukraine resume direct dialogue

Chinese President Xi Jinping called on world powers to help Russia and Ukraine resume direct dialogue during a meeting yesterday with Hungary’s Prime Minister Viktor Orbán,

Festivals to showcase over 1,500 performers across the city

The Student and Youth Show and the International Youth Dance Festival will be held from July 20 to 25, featuring 1,500 performers and more than

USJ confers degrees to 381 students

The University of Saint Joseph (USJ) held its 2024 Graduation Ceremony over the weekend, conferring degrees on a total of 381 students. The ceremony took place in the

Police bust illegal mahjong operation

Police authorities were alerted to a suspected illegal mahjong operation around Av. Marginal do Lam Mau. Four individuals, including the operator, aged between 50 and 60 years old,

Residential property prices slightly down

The overall residential property price index for March to May 2024 decreased by 0.9% over the previous period (February to April 2024) to 219.9. The indices for the

Gov’t ups investment to boost mental health support systems

Authorities in Macau have announced plans to expand the city’s mental health workforce in response to rising demand for psychiatric services and a concerning increase in

Macau looks to increase tourist offerings

To attract more international tourists, Macau is promoting one-stop, multi-destination tours of the Greater Bay Area (GBA). Local tour operators report that group travelers from Japan, Thailand, Cambodia,

Gov’t boosts global profile at UNESCO

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) represented Macau at the XVI Annual Conference of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network held July 1-5 in Braga, Portugal. As a

China logs 121 million trips by SARs, Taiwan residents

China recorded 14.64 million inbound trips made by foreigners in the first half of this year, up 152.7% year on year, the National Immigration Administration said. In the

Gov’t affirms commitment to human rights at UN meeting

The government has pledged to strengthen cooperation with the international community and actively implement international human rights treaties, said Leong Weng In, head of Macau’s Legal

MGM brings summer event to Barra District

MGM has launched the Barra District “Summer Hype” Series Event this July, marking a new milestone in the area’s revitalization progress. To enhance public understanding of Barra District’s revitalization

Police bust online soccer gambling gangs

While Chinese fans have been enjoying international soccer tournaments in recent weeks, police across the country have solved a number of online gambling cases that used

Sister of N. Korean leader Kim calls S. Korea’s live-fire drills ‘suicidal hysteria’

The powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un called South Korea’s recent front-line live-fire drills “suicidal hysteria” as she threatened unspecified military steps yesterday

Japan and the Philippines sign a defense pact in the face of shared alarm over China

Japan and the Philippines signed a key defense pact Monday allowing the deployment of Japanese forces for joint military exercises, including live-fire drills, to the Southeast Asian nation

Indian Prime Minister Modi makes first visit to Russia since the start of its war on Ukraine

India’s prime minister began a two-day visit to Russia yesterday, his first since Moscow launched its invasion of Ukraine, a war that has complicated the relationship between

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