Taiwan resident disappears after landing in Macau

A Taiwanese community college manager and member of Taiwan’s Democratic Progressive Party has allegedly disappeared – possibly in Macau - while en route to Guangdong Province, according

Airplane security | No electronics on some US-bound jets from Mideast, Africa

The U.S. government is ordering passengers on nonstop, U.S.-bound flights from a handful of mostly Middle Eastern and North African countries to pack electronic devices other than

Sonia Chan praises food safety regulations

Secretary for Administration and Justice Sonia Chan made a speech at the opening ceremony of the 49th Session of the Codex Committee on Food Additives

Vietnam | Billionaire developer rides gambling trend with casino

FLC Group Joint-stock Co., co-founded by billionaire Trinh Van Quyet, has joined a growing number of foreign and local investors betting on cashing in on Vietnam’s

AL Plenary | Cultural Affairs Bureau criticized following CCAC report

Several lawmakers yesterday recalled the recent Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) report in their criticism of the recruitment system that has been used by the Cultural

Kim Jong Nam murder | Malaysia hunting for more N. Korean suspects

Malaysian police said that they are hunting for more North Korean suspects over the killing of the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. National

88.6pct of households have internet access

The Statistics and Census Bureau (DSEC) said in a statement yesterday that a total of 167,600 households accessed the internet in 2016, accounting for about 88.6

Film | Müller returns to China for ‘boutique’ festival

Marco Müller, the renowned former artistic director of the prestigious Venice Film Festival, the International Film Festival of Rome and the First International Film Festival and Awards

Filipina entrepreneurs awarded in celebration of Women’s Day

The Philippine Consulate General of Macau honored female entrepreneurs in the region on Sunday, in celebration of International Women’s Day. In the Philippines, honoring women

East Timor | Vote for president test for young nation

East Timor voted for a new president yesterday in an election that will test Asia’s newest and poorest nation. Francisco “Lu Olo” Guterres, a former guerrilla

Tillerson urges China-US cooperation on N. Korea

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Saturday pushed for closer China-U.S. cooperation on dealing with North Korea’s nuclear program in his first face-to-face talks with top Chinese diplomats.

Obituary – Rui Afonso | Modernizer of local public administration dies in Lisbon

Former lawmaker Rui Afonso has passed away on Friday in Lisbon aged 70, the victim of a prolonged disease. His funeral service was held Saturday. Afonso is

Q&A – António de Paula Saraiva | Landscape architect, agronomist: Macau ‘still taking its first steps’ in green roofs

Author and co-author of several books on plants and landscape architecture, António de Paula Saraiva, launched a book with a new perspective about the taller brothers

Arson most probable cause for Grand Lisboa Palace fire

The fire that broke out around 7 p.m. on Friday at the construction site of the Grand Lisboa Palace in Cotai may have been caused

‘Greater Bay Area’ | HK political scientist says Guangdong integration inevitable

Political observer and academic Sonny Lo presented a seminar last week at the Rui Cunha Foundation, at the invitation of the Macau Association of Portuguese and English

Analysis | Hengqin likely to be as developed as Shenzhen

Shenzhen has rapidly developed into a city with an economic status and output to rival that of Shanghai, China’s very own global financial hub. Barry

Q&A | Brian Castro, australian writer: ‘Macau is still an enclave in the past’

Brian Castro is an author and academic in Australia who has published 11 novels and a volume of essays, some of which have connections to

Kim Jong Nam murder | Malaysia says it has family consent to decide on Kim’s body

Malaysian officials said yesterday that the family of Kim Jong Nam, who was killed last month, has given its consent to Malaysia to decide what to do

Education | GAES launches plan to improve locals’ language skills

The Tertiary Education Services Office (GAES) will launch a new subsidy program to support the improvement of local graduates’ language skills. GAES

The Netherlands | PM Rutte claims win over ‘wrong kind of populism’

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte yesterday claimed a dominating parliamentary election victory over anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders, who failed the year’s first litmus test for

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