Chinese cyberattack hits messaging app during HK protest

An encrypted messaging app said yesterday that it was hit by a powerful cyberattack from China as a major protest unfolded in Hong Kong. The attack

Chief Executive election | New Macau to hold Sunday meeting calling for universal suffrage

New Macau Association (ANM) is planning a meeting on Sunday in front of Escola Luso-Chinesa Técnico-Professional to demand universal suffrage in the upcoming Chief Executive election. ANM,

Police shut down MOP2,000 jaywalking fine rumor

Messages spread on social media claiming that the police are taking a tougher stance on jaywalking by punishing violators with a fine of MOP2,000, were found

Lawmaker requests alcohol control law timetable

Lawmaker Lam Lon Wai has submitted an inquiry to the government requesting a timetable for legislation on alcohol age control. Lam cited a survey

The underworld of Macau’s human resources

The lack of human resources and the difficulties in recruiting qualified staff have long been divisive topics in Macau. While some would prefer stricter rules and quotas

Filipinos commemorate 121 years of independence

The Filipino community in Macau celebrated the 121st Proclamation of Philippine Independence, themed “Courage of the Nation, Compassion for the People,” to remind the community that independence

Macau-EU ties remain fruitful at 23rd meeting

A Macau delegation visited Belgium this week for the 17th annual post-handover meeting, the 23rd edition overall, with the European Union. The first edition was started with the

Melco launches Art Macao contribution at Morpheus

Melco Resorts & Entertainment opened its Art Macao contribution yesterday at its Morpheus hotel. The opening ceremony was held on the 23rd floor of the

House of Dancing Water | Melco renews contract with signature show

Melco Resorts & Entertainment Ltd. announced yesterday in a press release that the company has renewed their contract for hosting The House of Dancing Water show

Grassroots candidates knocking on Chief Executive’s door

Many Macau residents hope that they will have more people listening to their voices through different opportunities, such as the opportunity for election,” the city’s youngest lawmaker Sulu

Gaming | DICJ planning with operators ahead of peak typhoon season

The Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ) met with Macau’s gaming operators earlier this week in order to coordinate measures to be enforced ahead of what is

Gaming | Bernstein expects up to 5% June growth

Analysts at Sanford C. Bernstein are forecasting growth of between 3% and 5% for the month of June, citing a normalization of comparison months from the

Sands China showcases museum-quality ceramics exhibition as part of Art Macao

To support the Macau SAR’s mega-art project, Art Macao 2019, Sands China Ltd. has launched a museum-quality ceramics exhibition: All That’s Gold Does Glitter – An Exhibition of

MGTO shares ideas for nocturnal tourism

The Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) has released the results of its study on nocturnal tourism. Some study participants urge nighttime events should be located away from residential

Sulu Sou questions gov’t on threat to Guia Hill heritage

Lawmaker Sulu Sou is questioning the government again concerning height limits for buildings in the Guia Hill area, with protection of heritage sites such as the Guia Lighthouse

Sports | Victory for Macau diving team in Singapore

The Macau diving team has participated in the 10th Singapore National Diving Championships by invitation, winning a total of 11 medals over three days. The

Cultural exhibition, shows return from Zhejiang

Intangible cultural heritage from Zhejiang province in China has returned to Macau for an exhibition and a show. The exhibition officially opened yesterday at the Municipal

Briefs | Commentator disagrees with ‘closed-minded’ assessment

Deputy Director-general Johnson Ian of the Association of Synergy of Macau has disagreed with the government’s accusation of local people not being sufficiently open-minded about accepting professionals from other

Crime | Taxi driver accused of ‘hit-and-run’ involving his passenger

A 73-year-old taxi driver stands accused in a case of “hit-and-run” involving a female tourist from the mainland that he had just transported from Taipa to Rua

Legislative Assembly | Secretary Wong refutes claims Macau is undemocratic

The Civil Protection Law was approved in general terms during yesterday’s Legislative Assembly (AL) plenary session, amid some lawmakers’ worries against the advent of a

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