Q&A | Eugénio Novikoff Sales, Painter: ‘There is no system that protects local artists and Macau should have one’

An exhibition featuring the recent works of the renowned Macau-born artist Eugénio Novikoff Sales kicked off yesterday at Albergue SCM. Showcasing 14 acrylic works in

Arts | Interactive children’s dance performance at CCM

The Macau Cultural Center (CCM) will be holding an interactive children’s dance performance titled “Puzzle” from today to Sunday. The show is for children aged

Candidate list of the AL election published

The Electoral Affairs Commission for the Legislative Assembly Election (CAEAL)  published the definitive version of the list of accepted candidate teams to the September 17

Neymar on cusp of record-breaking move to PSG

Neymar is ready to leave Barcelona, and Paris Saint-Germain is ready to put up a record USD262 million to make it happen. The 25-year-old Brazil striker,

Casinos’ July gains cap year of recovery as VIPs flock

A rebound in Macau’s casino revenue accelerated in July as spending by high-rollers continued to add momentum to the year-long recovery despite China’s efforts to curb capital outflows.

Venezuela | Police take two opposition leaders from homes

Two of Venezuela’s leading opposition figures were taken from their homes in the middle of the night by state security agents yesterday, in President Nicolas Maduro’s first

Coutinho: Influential lawmakers want to restrict free speech

Lawmaker José Pereira Coutinho is calling for a reconsideration of measures that he fears will restrict lawmakers’ freedom of speech at the Legislative Assembly (AL).

Ng Lap Seng | Billionaire’s Hengqin project apparently unaffected

The conviction of a Macau real estate billionaire last week does not seem to have negatively impacted a commercial project he initiated on the neighboring

Fiscal Reserves record MOP10 billion income

During the first two quarters of 2017, the government’s Fiscal Reserve recorded an investment income of MOP10.1 billion, according to a statement from the Monetary Authority of

Rent control bill to go to vote this month

Yesterday, the Third- Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly (AL) concluded its article-by-article analysis on the government’s proposal to amend the city’s rental laws. The AL

13 Holdings misses deadline to open luxury hotel

Company 13 Holdings Ltd. missed yesterday’s deadline to open its luxury hotel in Macau, a condition of a HKD3 billion (USD384 million) loan from Bank of Communications Co.

Phone scams consistently increasing

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has been consistently receiving reports regarding phone scams over the last week, with the number of reports increasing every day. From

Health | Study finds high prevalence of depression among locals

A recent study has shown that the estimated number of the Chinese population in Macau that suffer from depression is between 23,556 and 36,625; 8 percent of the

Russia-US Putin: Washington must cut 755 Moscow diplomats

Russian President Vladimir Putin has demanded the United States cut its embassy and consulate staff in Russia by 755 people, underlining his displeasure with U.S. sanctions and heightening

Ng Lap Seng convicted in United Nations bribery case

A Macau billionaire who wanted to build a United Nations center in Macau was convicted on Friday of paying more than USD1.7 million in bribes

USD1 trillion airport spree puts Singapore, Hong Kong on notice

For decades, Singapore and Hong Kong have reigned supreme: as key transit points connecting travelers in Asia to and from the rest of the world. But now, a

HKZMB | Surfacing of bridge’s main body finished

The leveling of the surface on the main part of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (HKZMB) has now been completed, the bridge authority announced on the weekend.

Gaming | How Steve Wynn lost USD10 million on baccarat

In the casino business, it’s a cliche that the house always wins. But at Wynn Resorts Ltd. last quarter, the tables turned. Last week,

US bombers fly over S. Korea after North’s second ICBM test

The United States flew two supersonic bombers over the Korean Peninsula yesterday in a show of force against North Korea following the country’s latest intercontinental ballistic

Suspects to plead not guilty in Kim Jong Nam’s assassination

Two women accused of poisoning the estranged half brother of North Korea’s ruler in a bizarre airport assassination are expected to plead not guilty when they appear

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