France | Riot debris covers Paris streets; 133 injured, 412 arrested

Paris police said yesterday that 133 people had been injured and 412 had been arrested as protesters trashed the streets of the capital during France’s worst

MDT Exclusive: Mike Goodridge, IFFAM Artistic director | ‘There is a really exciting movement in China cinema’

The craftmanship of a film festival is intertwined with its city, its community, and its film industry, projecting the best international cinema in Macau and taking Macau

Policy address | Lawmakers concerned with extension of police powers

Wong Sio Chak was at the Legislative Assembly (AL) yesterday to present the top priorities for the area of security. Several lawmakers expressed concerns over what they called

China-PH medical forum a reflection of warming diplomatic ties

Hundreds of medical professionals and government officials are participating in an international symposium co-hosted in Macau and the Philippines, with the dual aims of furthering

One-day HKZMB tour groups requested to be reasonably organized

The Guangzhou Municipal Administration of Tourism has requested that mainland travel agencies “reasonably arrange one-day tours to Hong-Kong and Macau through the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (HKZMB).”

Beijing halts work by team on gene-edited babies

China’s government ordered a halt yesterday to work by a medical team that claimed to have helped make the world’s first gene-edited babies, as a group of

CEM to expand Coloane Power Station seeking ‘cleaner’ production

The Companhia de Electricidade de Macau, SA (CEM) announced yesterday the expansion of the Coloane Power Station. The announcement was made during the ceremony held

El Chapo, drug lord and Macau gambler

The U.S. trial of infamous drug baron Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman has uncovered the excesses of a lavish lifestyle that took him around the world, from

Gaming | Upcoming concession process lacks transparency, editor says

The local government’s decision- making process during the upcoming gaming concession will not be transparent, Taipei-based journalist Martin Williams claimed yesterday during a breakfast meeting organized

‘Aerial arts’ local community growing with new studio’s opening

A group of aerial and yoga practitioners recently opened a studio downtown in a bid to boost its community in the region. Zoe de Vilhena, who

Furor over gene-altered babies deepens with project halted

The Chinese researcher who claims to have created the world’s first genetically-altered babies revealed a possible second pregnancy had resulted from his project, highlighting the dilemmas facing

Pescod: Gov’t pivotal in boosting arts, cultural industry

Several jurisdictions across different regions are considering how to enhance their communities through cultural and creative industries, says Duncan Pescod, director of West Kowloon Cultural District Authority.

Mainland, Macau ink new agreement on air transport

The aeronautical authorities of mainland China and Macau signed the new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on air transport yesterday in Beijing. According to a statement issued

Policy Address | Many questions to Leong, most left unanswered

On the second day of the policy address for the Secretariat of Economy and Finance, the cascade of questions to Lionel Leong continued as in the previous

Religious persecution | Woman describes torture, beatings in Chinese detention camp

A member of the Uighur minority yesterday detailed torture and abuse she says she experienced in one of the internment camps where the Chinese government has detained hundreds

Mars touchdown: NASA spacecraft survives supersonic plunge

Minutes after touching down on Mars, NASA’s InSight spacecraft sent back a “nice and dirty” snapshot of its new digs. Yet the dust-speckled image looked like

Crime | Local student commits multiple house robberies

A 19-year-old local student has been charged with aggravated robbery after he was identified as the main suspect in two recently reported house robberies, the Judiciary Police (PJ) revealed

Macau Grand Prix | Severe crash won’t stop Flörsch from coming back

Seventeen-year-old racing driver Sophia Flörsch says that her severe crash during the Macau Grand Prix weekend won’t stop her from coming back next year. Flörsch’s single-seater

Dog dies due to ‘mild power leakage’

A dog was found dead nearby a lamp post at St. Augustine Square on Sunday evening. In a statement issued yesterday, CEM said that its technicians “found that a

Policy Address | Leong highlights ‘Good Effects’ of economy measures, more to come

To present in a more detailed way the economic measures planned by the government in 2019, Secretary for Economy and Finance Lionel Leong started by positively

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