MJC claims impossible to accommodate requests for compensation to horse owners

The Macau Jockey Club (MJC) has said in a letter to a group of horse owners who previously subscribed to a petition to the company that

Chinese C919 jet in spotlight at Singapore air show, but not quite ready to compete internationally

China’s C919 single-aisle jet made its international debut at the Singapore Airshow, attracting masses of visitors and hundreds of orders, but analysts say it still has

Lighting costs uncertain for MOP45 million Sai Vai Bridge renovation

The government has spent at least MOP45 million on the renovation of the Sai Van Bridge, documents published by the Public Works Bureau (DSOP) and

Alibaba chairman: Macau has ‘untapped potential market for sports’

Joe Tsai, chairman of Alibaba and owner of NBA team the Brooklyn Nets, believes Macau has untapped potential to host sports-related events. As one

January visitors recover to 83% pre-pandemic

Visitor arrivals soared 104.7% year-on-year to 2.86 million in January 2024, recovering to 83.5% of the level in the same month of 2019, according to the Statistics

Gov’t demands the US stop any official contact with Taiwan following a congressional visit

China responded sternly late last week to a U.S. congressional delegation’s visit to Taiwan, demanding the U.S. stop any official contact with the self-governing island. “China

Chambers warn of grim post-pandemic property market

Real estate associations have continued to stress that the property market in the SAR has not improved, even after the pandemic, amid robust growth in

Archeological materials found at Patio do Amparo not from Qing Dynasty

A Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) study on archeological materials found at a land plot at Patio do Amparo, in the surroundings of the Ruins of St

PSP fines 300 jaywalkers at Rua do Campo intersection in January

The Public Security Police Force (PSP) has said it issued fines to almost 300 jaywalkers last month near the intersection between Rua do Campo and the

Visitor expenditures surpass 2019 levels

Total visitor spending, excluding gaming expenses, surged to MOP71.25 billion in 2023, surpassing pre-pandemic levels by 11.2%. Data from the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) shows

Japan’s Nikkei stock index breaks its 1989 record, surges to an all-time high

Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 index surged yesterday past the record it set in 1989 before its financial bubble burst, ushering in an era of faltering growth.

Wealthier, urban Americans have access to more local news – while half of US counties have only one outlet

Is local news readily available in your town? Do reporters still cover your school board and other municipal meetings? If you answered yes, you

Fitch forecasts further improvement supported by steady tourism recovery

Fitch Ratings anticipates 15% economic growth for Macau this year, with gaming tourism recovery underpinning its expectations of strong economic growth for Macau in 2024.

Association condemns karaoke bars’ use of unlicensed music

The Macau Association of Composers, Authors & Publishers (MACA) has condemned the unauthorized use of pop music works publicly broadcast and used for commercial operations without permission

First gov’t-organized short film festival to take place next month

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) revealed plans yesterday for the first-ever government-organized International Short Film festival, scheduled to take place between Mar. 23 and Mar. 30.

Ponte 16 to undergo up to HKD600 million extension project

Ponte 16 is preparing for a transformative expansion known as “Phase 3.” The Success Universe Group, a co-investor in Ponte 16, plans to invest

Ella Lei calls for more gov’t support to further employment opportunities

Lawmaker Ella Lei is urging the government to take further action to address employability challenges in Macau. Speaking to the press at an

Heavy snow hits north and central China, disrupting traffic and canceling classes

Heavy snow has blanketed northern and central China, disrupting traffic and forcing schools to cancel classes. Flights and intercity train traffic on which much of

Chan Chak Mo: Business in non-tourist areas far from recovery

Despite robust economic growth and recovering consumer spending, restaurants and retailers in non-touristy areas are far from recovery. The recent 10-day Chinese New Year holiday period

Real estate group: 2023 was the worst year for market in 40 years

The year 2023 was the lowest point and the most difficult year for the development of the real estate market in 40 years, according to

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