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

Repossessed lands to be back in the market in public tender

The Secretary Raimundo do Rosário has announced that several lands reclaimed by the government will be put out for public tenders next year. Raimundo’s statements

James Wong represents Macau at the Venice Art Biennale

Macau artist, James Wong Cheng Pou, has been chosen (through a judging panel arranged by the Macao Museum of Art (MAM)) to represent the region in

Local resident scammed over investments in US real estate

A local teacher, aged 45, was involved in a case over alleged investments in U.S. Real Estate. The resident claims to have lost a total of USD60,000 (around

2016’s most instagrammed luxury hotels are mega-destinations

If you’re using Instagram as a way to figure out where the cool kids are traveling, expect to be steered to the largest hotels on earth.

Philippines VP quits Cabinet in new Duterte dilemma

President Rodrigo Duterte gestures as he attends the 80th anniversary of the National Bureau of Investigation in Manila on Nov. 14 The Philippine vice president resigned her Cabinet

Company vows to extend sharing economy model to Macau

A Hong Kong-based company keen on fostering eco-friendly efforts is set to expand its market in the region to further promote the sharing economy model. ECrent Worldwide Company, founded in

Latin Parade attracts nearly 120,000 spectators, organizers claim

In vibrant colors and cultural costumes, approximately 50 local and foreign groups took part in the “Parade through Macao, Latin City” that spanned several streets of the

‘Treasure of Light’ kicks-off at Nam Van Lake

For the second consecutive year the Macao Government Tourist Office (MGTO) is organizing the “Macao Light Festival.” The inauguration ceremony of the event took place at

Ho Chio Meng’s trial postponed

The opening session of the trial of former Prosecutor General Ho Chio Meng, scheduled for this morning, was postponed last Friday. The cause for the postponement was

Kenyan and North Korean win marathon

The 35th Macau International Marathon took place yesterday morning. The male champion of the 42.195 kilometer course was Kenyan athlete Peter Kimeli, who finished with a time of 2

Biggest gaming revenue growth since 2014

Macau extended gaming revenue gains in November, posting the strongest growth in almost three years and advancing a recovery that’s seen more visitors flock to the world’s largest

Official survey | China factory activity rises to two-year high

Activity at China’s factories and services companies accelerated last month to the highest level in more than two years, in the latest sign that the world’s

Q&A – Francisco Colaço Xavier | Participant on the Gathering of Macanese Communities: ‘If people were away long enough they probably would not recognize Macau’

Macau Daily Times (MDT) – You mentioned that this is your first time attending the “Gathering” – what made you decide to come this time? Francisco Colaço

Policy Address | Alexis Tam ‘Health, education and social welfare are the priorities’

The Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Alexis Tam, said yesterday that “health, education and social welfare are the priorities” for the government. During the first

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