Macau stock exchange merely a ‘theoretical’ enterprise for many

The Monetary Authority of Macao is studying the feasibility of launching a securities market in Macau that might include a yuan-based stock exchange. But economists say

Forum | China becomes fifth largest investor in Portugal

China has risen to become the fifth largest foreign investor in Portugal, with over 9 billion euros worth of investment made and 42,000 local jobs created

Chief Executive Election | Ho Iat Seng confident, welcomes grassroots competition

The President of the Legislative Assembly (AL), Ho Iat Seng, said yesterday he was confident in his bid to become the third Chief Executive of Macau,

Briefs | Sulu Sou wants review of traffic accident fund

Lawmaker Sulu Sou has asked the government to elaborate on the proposed amendment to the city’s Motor and Marine Guarantee Fund. In his written inquiry to the government,

Decision to ‘quit’ Sri Lanka match based on gov’t warning

The Macau Football Association’s (MFA) decision not to send the Macau team to play in Sri Lanka for the second-leg of the FIFA World Cup Qatar

The sport says something must change | Local football suffocating from lack of ambition

A series of recent events beginning with the Macau Football Association’s (MFA) announcement that the Macau team would not be participating in the second- leg match against

Culture | Chinese-Lusophone arts festival returns with gastronomy book fair

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) announced at a press conference yesterday that the “Arts and Cultural Festival between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries” is being held again in

Na Tcha celebrations ongoing until Friday

The celebratory rituals for the Feast of Na Tcha are held for four days each year, with this year’s celebrations lasting until Friday. The rituals include

Macau Design Center kicks off exhibition of past works

The “Designing the Future” exhibition was officially inaugurated yesterday at the Macau Design Center, featuring works and retail items by local artists and artists from neighboring

Hong Kong leader: Extradition bill unlikely to be revived

Hong Kong's embattled leader apologized today (Tuesday) for an unpopular extradition bill that drew massive protests and indicated it will not be revived during the current legislative session. But Chief Executive

Crime | Casino scams involving large sums reported by the police

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has reported a series of scams which mostly involved mainland residents who were in Macau as tourists. Two of these scams

Another political outsider joins Chief Executive race

Choi Teng Teng, a local ‘grassroots’ woman who says she supports democracy and dreams of becoming Chief Executive, visited the administration building yesterday to express

Criminal investigation against former SMG head closed

An investigation into the supposed link between the negligence of Fong Soi Kun, former head of the Meteorological and Geophysical Service Bureau (SMG), and the deaths

New association hopes to promote youth integration across borders

A new association hopes to promote cultural exchange among students in the Guangdong-Hong Kong- Macau Greater Bay Area. The purpose behind the newly-created Association for Cultural Integration

Briefs | One death in industrial accident

One local worker has died in an industrial accident while working at the Grand Emperor Hotel, according to a statement released by the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL). The accident

Football | Macau FA to investigate 21-18 sham match

Footballers on the two teams that protested a recent decision by the Macau Football Association say that their dramatic 21-18 final score on Sunday had

Health | Local youth call for stricter anti-smoking regulations

Local youngsters are calling on the government to consider banning smoking in some streets and to have designated smoking places, particularly in tourist areas. Recently, the Health Bureau

Arts | IFFAM signs Peter Chan and Carina Lau for fourth edition

The International Film Festival and Awards – Macao (IFFAM) organizers have signed two well-known movie personalities to join the fourth edition of the festival in Macau.

Ask The Vet | Breeds prone to canine hypothyroidism

There are two main types of canine hypothyroidism, primary and secondary. There also some rarer forms of this condition. The neoplastic and congenital forms of hypothyroidism are

Chief Executive Election | 5,000 voters eliminate just six contenders from Electoral Committee

Five thousand and one voters cast their ballot in the election to determine the Electoral Committee for the Chief Executive Election, reported the Electoral Affairs Commission

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