Air China removes mag with offensive article about London

Chinese flag-carrier Air China said yesterday that it had removed copies of its inflight magazine containing an article criticized as racist for telling visitors to take precautions when visiting areas

CE’s official visit to Portugal excludes secretaries

Chief Executive (CE) Chui Sai On will lead a delegation to Portugal for an official meeting  from September 10 to 15. The delegation will include several local entrepreneurs but no

Q&A | Wilfred Wong – President and COO, Sands China: ‘In The Parisian we try to cater for the middle class, the MICE people’

Wilfred Wong assumed the role of president and chief operating officer (COO) of Sands China at the end of 2015. A week ahead of the opening of the fifth Sands

Residents briefed on repair works of bus-struck building

The Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau (DSSOPT) held a clarification session for the owners of the Wa Keong Building, affected by the August accident involving a tour bus at

Food Festival’s next edition to promote sustainability

The 16th Macau Food Festival will take place between November 11 and 24 at the Sai Van Lake Square. The event’s theme is “Food Wise New Century”, a bid to

G-20 summit yields hopes for better China-Japan relations

Four years after they went into a nose dive, tense relations between China and Japan may finally be headed for a return to some semblance of normalcy. Those hopes rest largely

South China Sea on the agenda | Southeast Asian summit opens, overshadowed by Duterte flap

A summit of Southeast Asian leaders to discuss issues ranging from terrorism to South China Sea tensions opened testerday, overshadowed by the Philippine president’s intemperate comments in his debut appearance at

CTM expects future concession contracts to be ‘tougher’

CTM is expecting that, the government will demand more from telecom operators for future concession contracts, the company’s chief executive officer Vandy Poon stated when questioned by the Times on

Tourism | MIA: More frequent air routes bode well for tourist numbers

New and more frequent air routes linking the Macau International Airport (MIA) with destinations in countries such as Japan and Russia bode well for tourism numbers in the city, according

China-Lusophone cooperation Ministerial Conference to establish 2017-2019 strategy

The Fifth Ministerial Conference of the Forum for Economic and Trade Cooperation between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries (Forum Macau), a multilateral conference to discuss trade and business promotion which is

Globalization | British tea is booming in China, the drink’s birthplace

Ji Mengyu sinks into a soft chair with her cup of tea to the sound of tinkling teaspoons and light chatter. The opulently decorated Victorian tea salon is quintessentially British,

Hong Kong | Pro-democracy candidates retain veto in key vote

Hong Kong pro-democracy candidates won enough seats in a pivotal legislative election to retain veto power over the southern Chinese government’s proposals, setting the stage for a new round of

Netflix | Streaming video service: Disappointing Macau catalogue not conducive to China expansion

To some, Netflix’s limited presence in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau represents a foot in the door for the streaming service as it eyes entry to the potentially lucrative mainland

CRIME | The revenge of the hammer man

A man was arrested on Sunday after using a hammer to assault a 54-year-old man, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) said yesterday in a press conference. The incident was registered

Education | DSEJ extends public schools’ timetable, parents unhappy with the change

Students of at least two local public schools will have their timetables extended for the new school year that commenced September 1. The initiative by the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau

Philippines | Duterte tells Obama not to question him about killings

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte warned President Barack Obama yesterday not to question him about extrajudicial killings, or “son of a bitch I will swear at you” when they meet in

Uber | Final stand ends with a whimper after disappointing turnout

Traffic briefly came to a standstill at the intersection of Avenida do Infante Dom Henrique and Avenida de Dom João IV yesterday afternoon, due to an Uber demonstration that had

Macau-born Caetano releases first single with Jazz legend Bluey

A Single Voice” (Uma Só Voz) is the name of the first single that Macau-born Portuguese percussionist and singer-songwriter João Caetano will release on September 9. The song, a duet with

Music | Macao Orchestra kicks off its 2016-17 concert season

The Macao Orchestra kicked off its 2016-17 concert season with the opening concert “No. 1 Piano - Yulianna Avdeeva and Macao Orchestra.” The opening ceremony was held Saturday in the

KINO Film Festival set to debut at Cinematheque Passion

The internationally renowned KINO Film Festival will make its Macau premiere at the Cinematheque Passion this year, from October 8 to 16. The festival is set to showcase eight German

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