Special Educational Needs | DSEJ predicts short supply in mainstreaming vacancies

The Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ) has estimated that there will be a shortage of mainstreaming places in local secondary schools for students with special educational needs (SENs), especially

Leong Veng Chai warns gov’t of residents’ complaints in Seac Pai Van

Leong Veng Chai added that shop owners have also raised concerns regarding the number of residents living in the residential area, since the occupancy rate is still “low.” “Shop owners

Commercial Code | Gov’t launches public consultation looking to abolish bearer shares

Macau’s Commercial Code allows joint-stock corporations to issue bearer shares, if such a rule is included in the company’s by-laws. As a type of transferable security, a bearer share is

CCAC finds public servant forged promotion document

The Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) has unveiled a case of alleged document forgery involving a public servant. The suspect, who had previously attended a departmental promotion examination, altered the answers

Briefs | Illegal transactions with UnionPay reach MOP300 million

The Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau (DSSOPT) has received five bids from contractors for the construction of a 300-meter long wastewater pipe on Estrada Marginal da Areia Preta in

IEEM conference | China is ambiguous in ‘what it wants to do in the world’

Asia is a geopolitical challenge, with China “becoming more assertive, and evermore powerful, ” according to the former Minister of Foreign Affairs of Poland, Andrzej Olechowski. Speaking on the sidelines of

The Buzz | Tickets sales to FIMM shows reaches 90 pct

This evening, Argentine guitarist Dominic Miller and his band will create “an enchanting musical party under the stars,” 8pm at Mount Fortress. The guitarist and his band will showcase songs from

IFT GRADUATION CEREMONY | Finding a compromise in society to solve human resources issue

The president of the Institute for Tourism Studies, Ms Fanny Vong, is convinced that the human resources challenge that Macau so often faces should be addressed through a compromise between

Only one survives gov’t recruitment exam

The sole survivor scored 50.2 points in the exam, which took place on March 15 this year. Although there were more than 500 candidates registered, only 380 showed up, five of

Policy Address to be delivered in March

Macau’s chief executive, Mr Chui Sai On, will be delivering next year’s policy address in March. He will, however, make an appearance before Legislative Assembly lawmakers in November – a

Over 845,000 mainland tourists | Chinese wary of HK protests bolster Macau businesses

More than 845,000 mainland Chinese tourists have poured into the world’s largest gambling center since the China National Day holidays known as Golden Week began Oct. 1, with growth accelerating

Mortara, Verstappen, Couto in 61st Grand Prix 211 drivers from 36 countries

The Committee also revealed that the revenue from sponsorship has so far has reached MOP33 million. It believes that revenue from ticket sales will bring another MOP40 million to the

Residents more pessimistic about buying houses

Yesterday, the Macau University of Science and Technology published the Macau consumer confidence index for the third quarter this year, which shows a drop in local consumer confidence for the

All About Macau changes editor

All About Macau is famous for its liberal views on various social issues. Ms Chan insists that there is no political implication in her departure. “It is a very common matter.

Gov’t to consult on indecent assault legislation

When replying to a written enquiry from lawmaker Ng Kuok Cheong, Law Reform and International Law Bureau (DSRJDI) director Chu Lam Lam revealed that in 2015 the Macau government plans

Analysis | Macau casinos go smoke-free – will it hurt revenues?

Macau’s latest measure, introduced on Monday, will see all main gaming floors in its 35 casinos go smoke-free. Casino operators are allowed to build smoking lounges but installation of gaming

Agnes Lam: Hong Kong today, Macau tomorrow

Agnes Lam said in the radio show that she does not want Macau to go through the same situation currently taking place in Hong Kong, where there is a serious

IC announces consultation on heritage zone protection framework

The consultation document consists of eight questions that cover four different aspects. They include the standards for the control and management of the urban landscape, especially features such as streets

Interview with João Francisco Pinto | Media industry still has space to grow

The Portuguese News and Program Controller of local broadcaster TDM, Mr João Francisco Pinto, was recently elected chairman of the Asiavision News Group – a platform bringing together 30 TV

MDT REPORT | Educators call for prevention over retention

According to the report “Equity and Quality in Education: Supporting Disadvantaged Students and Schools” published by the Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in 2012, the student retention rate

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