China’s population growth rate continued to slow in 2018, spelling possible trouble ahead as a swelling number of retirees pushes up against a shrinking labor pool. Numbers released yesterday
Chinese investigators have determined that the doctor behind the reported birth of two babies whose genes had been edited in hopes of making them resistant to the
A motorcycle rider, Ms San, aged 52, who was a Macau Daily Times staffer for over 11 years, died on Friday around 5:46 a.m. due to an accident at
The University of Saint Joseph is looking forward to becoming accredited by the British Accreditation Council (BAC), as well as obtaining the Chinese government’s approval to
A large group of Filipino Catholics gathered at the Sai Van Lake Square to celebrate the region’s annual cultural and religious festival that celebrates Santo Niño - the
Home buyers in the world’s most-expensive property market may finally have something to cheer about - Hong Kong’s housing market is officially in correction territory.
They were warned to stay away from the geyser of gasoline gushing from the illegally tapped pipeline in central Mexico, but Gerardo Perez says he and
More than 10 million tourists have visited Hong Kong via the Hong Kong section of Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge since
Taiwan held live-fire exercises along its east coast yesterday amid renewed threats from China to bring the island under its control by force if deemed necessary.
Japan faces unforeseen risks in guiding economic policy as its population of about 126 million ages and declines, the governor of its central bank said yesterday.
Alluding to the recent controversy related to illegal hostels, the Secretary for Security, Wong Sio Chak said that the “essence of the problem must be found.”
British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a no-confidence vote today , a day after Parliament rejected her Brexit deal by a historic margin. May is battling
The government has revealed to lawmakers that it has plans to establish new regulations to monitor public companies’ financial situations, according to lawmaker Chan Chak Mo.
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