War of Words | Beijing says Trump’s comments cause ‘serious concern’

China said that it had “serious concern” about President-elect Donald Trump’s most recent comments about Taiwan, and warned that any changes to how America deals with the self-governing island

Ho defends hiring of family members

Ho refuted prosecutors’ allegations that he had organized and awarded public contracts to family members by claiming that he was unaware his relatives were contractors of

Leong: New ATM withdrawal limit to have no negative impact

Secretary for Economy and Finance, Lionel Leong, claimed that the new measure to limit cash withdrawals per ATM transaction in Macau would not have a negative

IFFAM | Homosexuality not anymore a taboo matter, says director

The only film produced by a local team that entered the competition at the International Film Festival & Awards – Macao (IFFAM) was screened yesterday at the Cultural

Hong Kong | Finance chief resigns, signaling run at top job

Hong Kong’s financial chief John Tsang resigned, signaling that he’ll run to become the city’s chief executive in the first leadership contest since mass pro-democracy protests two

AL Committee | NPC interpretation is ‘guiding document’

The Legislative Assembly’s (AL) 2nd Standing Committee issued a document on December 9 backing a governmental proposal to amend the electoral law barring AL candidates from standing

Analysis | Hong Kong gets chance to heal division as leader steps aside

The surprise decision by Hong Kong’s top leader to not seek a second term in office opened the way for a chief executive who might bridge some

Secretary visits Lisbon for business policy briefing

The Secretary for Economy and Finance, Lionel Leong, visited Portugal last week to learn more about the Portuguese government’s new policies to support start-ups and help

Ho Chio Meng denies wrongdoing in luxury office rental

The trial of former Prosecutor General Ho Chio Meng started last Friday morning, although it had initially been scheduled for last Monday. Sam Hou Fai, the

China conducts flyover of waterways near Japan, Taiwan

China patrolled the waters of a series of hotly contested islands yesterday, a day after staging a flyover of two strategically important waterways near Taiwan and Japan.

TUI’s refusal of former Prosecutor’s request ‘worrying,’ lawyers say

The decision by the Court of Final Appeal (TUI) that ruled against a petition by the defense of the former Prosecutor-General Ho Chio Meng is “worrying,” say

Fringe Festival to be IC’s first event in 2017

The Cultural Affairs Bureau’s (IC) first festival next year, the 16th Macau City Fringe Festival, will be held from January 13 to 22. With the slogan “A

This Is My City | Iconic rocker Rui Reininho headlines festival’s 10th anniversary concert

Macau-based creative festival This Is My City kicked off last Friday night with a series of live musical performances at Largo do Pagode do Bazar. This Is My City

Tech | Refugees who fled communist Vietnam lured back by startup dreams

During Dang Van Tran’s numerous attempts to flee Vietnam at the age of seven he was shot at twice, nearly drowned at sea and stranded

Football | Ronaldo in Japan – Real Madrid aiming to add Club World Cup title to honors

Real Madrid will be seeking to keep alive its chances of a unique quadruple title haul when it travels to Japan for the Club World Cup

Education | Macau students ‘score high’ on PISA 2015

The students of Macau have scored high marks in the 2015 Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) conducted by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

Q&A – Rueibin Chen | Pianist: ‘Music is without boundaries’

Rueibin Chen, a Taiwanese pianist, who performed at the 2010 World Expo in China, started his career as a child prodigy and concert pianist at age ten when

IFFAM names attending directors and producers

The first International Film Festival & Awards Macau (IFFAM) yesterday announced the filmmakers and stars that will be attending this year’s inaugural Festival. For the opening night film “Polina”,

Policy Address – Raimundo do Rosário | Real estate issues are at the top of lawmakers’ major concerns 

During the second day of the Legislative Assembly (AL) plenary meeting, lawmakers’ major concern was Macau’s real estate market, namely housing quality, public housing and land laws. The

Uber drivers face hefty fines as Taiwan oposition grows

Investors and companies are getting a preview of how the Taiwan government’s plan to become “Asia’s Silicon Valley” might fare. Uber Technologies Inc., one of Silicon Valley’s most

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