Macau ranks 30 in  passport strength index

Macau passports are ranked number 30 in the most powerful passport index with passport holders able to travel to 129 visa-free countries, according to a report

Education | UM’s first batch of Chinese language courses concluded

The University of Macau (UM) Confucius Institute recently held the first graduation ceremony in the 2018/2019 academic year for students from its Chinese language courses. According

Public tender opened for new hospital complex

Notice of the public tender for the Islands District Medical Complex was published yesterday in the government bulletin. The tender details specifically on the construction of

Lionel Leong pledges to maintain local dealers policy

The Secretary for Economy and Finance, Lionel Leong, said yesterday that local casinos will not be allowed to hire non-local croupiers. Leong’s statement comes after a

MGTO presents new projects on ‘smart tourism,’ reviews preliminary results

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) presented the preliminary results of developments related to the construction of a “smart city” and what that means for the field of

‘Artificial Intelligence’ to improve tourism service

Some of the novelties that the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) plans to implement over the next year together with the new applications for visitors are

Michelin Guide awards three stars to three restaurants

The Michelin Guide Hong Kong Macau 2019 saw local restaurant Jade Dragon and Hong Kong’s French restaurant Caprice awarded the three-star echelon. The 11th edition

Building owners complain about unauthorized construction

The owners of Edifício Lap Hing held a press conference urging the government to demolish unauthorized construction works located at the entrance of the building.

Council members want to introduce non-local croupiers

Several members of the Council for Economic Development (CED) proposed that Macau import non-local dealers based on a maximum percentage of the total. The

Lawmaker questions transgenic food products safety

Lawmaker Mak Soi Kun has asked the relevant authorities to explain how the government is ensuring Macau’s food safety, in particular for imported foods.

Gaming operators consider merging more shuttle buses

The city’s six gaming operators have hired a consultant company to study the possibility of merging casino shuttle buses. According to Wilfred Wong, executive director and president of

Local cartoonist’s work selected by UN

A local cartoonist’s work was selected by United Nations to be included in Monday’s 70th anniversary celebration of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Thirty cartoons

Sands China celebrates its suppliers for outstanding products, services

Sands China Ltd. recently honoured several of its outstanding suppliers at The Venetian Macao, at the 2018 Sands Supplier Excellence Awards, and commended all of its suppliers whom it views as

LRT audit proposal shot down by Assembly

The Legislative Assembly (AL) yesterday voted against a proposal from lawmakers Ng Kuok Cheong and Au Kam San to have an audit of the entire situation relating

AL Plenary | Police law approved without changes, only Sou opposed

The bill that aims to establish the new competences of the Public Security Police Force (PSP) was finally approved yesterday at a plenary session of the

Health | ‘Intelligent Medicine’ builds grounds for further development

The first phase of the “Intelligent Medicine” program, which was established by the government as part of their “Smart City” plans to develop and improve local

Cage (not) leaving Macau: ‘I would love to shoot here!’

It was right after his masterclass on Sunday that we were able to “flash” interview Nicolas Cage. During the one-hour class moderated by Mike

Sonia Chan No preliminary direction on illegal guesthouse criminalization

Secretary for Administration and Justice Sonia Chan has said that, in relation to the issue of illegal guesthouses, she will proceed with an in-depth study and

Animal embalming museum to be complete in 2019

An animal embalming museum is expected to be completed by the end of next year, according to the president of the Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau

Sou questions budget increases for handover celebration

Lawmaker Sulu Sou has asked the government to explain the reasoning behind big budget increases for celebrations of the 20th anniversary of the handover in particular.

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