Free EPL broadcast likely to end on Thursday

The English Premier League (EPL) is currently being broadcasted by M Plus Sports Media Company Ltd (M Plus), which provides exclusive live internet broadcasts in Macau. According to the company, the

Poachers target rare bird’s ‘ivory’ beak in SE Asia for Chinese buyers

Some call it “ivory on wings,” part of the bill of a critically endangered bird in Southeast Asia that is sought by poachers and carved into ornaments for illegal sale

UM scholar launches book on American-Macau relations

A book launch was held at the University of Macau (UM) last week, where professor Hao Yufan, who is currently serving as the acting director of the Centre for Macau

Education | TIS holds sixth University Fair

The International School of Macau held its sixth University Fair yesterday, in which 43 universities participated. The annual event aims to provide students from TIS and surrounding high schools with information

Analysis | Trump rides on waves of other people’s money

During a campaign stop in North Carolina last week, Donald Trump described the logic behind his plans for billing other countries for U.S. military support should he become president: “It’s called OPM.

Macau airport hits new passenger record of 630,000

The Macau International Airport (MIA) set a new record in August as it reached over the 630,000 passenger traffic and the 5,000 aircraft movement marks for the first time. A statement

How Singapore beat New Zealand to be expats’ top place to live

Singapore has done it again. The city-state beat New Zealand to rank first in a survey of expat destinations for the second year running. Among nearly 27,000 expats in 190

Chan stands behind IACM over critical report

The Secretary for Administration and Justice, Sonia Chan, over the weekend defended the Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IACM) from a critical report issued by the Commission of Audit. The report,

Portuguese School unaware of plans to expand into mainland

The Macau Portuguese School (EPM) is unaware of the projects that both the Ministry of Education and Science of Portugal (MEC) and the president of the school’s foundation (FEPM) reportedly

Motorsport | FIA declares support for Macau Grand Prix

The International Automobile Federation (FIA) has declared its support for the Macau Grand Prix this year, just weeks after Motor Race Consultant’s Barry Bland distanced himself from the role. Speaking to

Commission of Audit finds leisure spaces a public risk

In a report released yesterday by the Commission of Audit (CA), the agency accused the Civil and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IACM) of mismanaging a large number of public leisure spaces

World Heritage | Section of Great Wall marred in name of restoration

Chinese officials are being pilloried over the smoothing-over of a crumbling but much-loved 700-year-old section of the Great Wall of China — a UNESCO World Heritage Site — in the

Number of Indian tourists growing, MGTO outlines promotional strategy

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) confirmed to the Times that it has been rolling out its constant Macau promotional activities. The aim of this policy is to promote “family

ATFPM to survey public opinion on government’s performance

The Macau Civil Servants Association (ATFPM) will conduct a public survey, in order to gauge public opinion regarding the performance of the Chief Executive (CE) as well as the government’s

Suu Kyi makes first speech as Myanmar leader

Former political prisoner Aung San Suu Kyi made her first speech Wednesday at the U.N. General Assembly since forming a democratically elected government and called for international understanding as Myanmar

Indian tourists complain of discriminatory treatment

Local authorities expressed the hope that the number of Indian tourists visiting the peninsula will significantly increase this year. However, some Indian visitors have been disappointed with how they are

New Macau thinks GPDP wants to prevent any kind of ‘public referendum’

The New Macau Association (ANM) thinks that the Office for Personal Data Protection (GPDP) is targeting their organization in order to intimidate and frighten them. They have stated that they

Parisian crowds during Mid-Autumn festival

Opened to the public on September 13, The Parisian Macao registered its first crowds over the weekend. This coincided with the celebrations of the Mid-Autumn festival. The high number of people

‘Little Rabbit Lanterns’ part 11 inaugurated

An opening ceremony for “part 11” of the “Little Rabbit Lanterns” was held last night in the courtyard of Albergue SCM, where various participating artists and local officials gathered for

Samsung suffers backlash in China over smartphone response

Liu Jingtang was a Samsung loyalist. The Shanghai technology consultant traded up steadily through its smartphones to the new Note 7. But Liu’s devotion was shaken by the Korean tech

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