Powerful earthquake on Iran-Iraq border kills over 400

A powerful 7.3 magnitude earthquake that struck the Iraq-Iran border region killed over 400 people in both countries, sent people fleeing their homes into the night and

Consultation of full minimum wage implementation begins

Starting  yesterday, and lasting until December 27, the SAR government is carrying out a public consultation on the legislation for full implementation of a minimum

Commentators say Policy Address practice is often pointless

With the Policy Address being conducted by the Chief Executive (CE) at the Legislative Assembly (AL) today, some political commentators and analysts in the region are

Gastronomy | The French get forked

Equipped with only knife and spoon, diners stared eagerly into a bowl of seafood broth at a 16th century wedding dinner reenactment last month, wondering how best

Macau Legend sells Landmark to real estate investor

The buyers are a group of four entities led by Dong Lap Hong Investment Company. Controlling a 58 percent stake in the acquisition, Dong Lap Hong

Macau Food Festival highlights Japanese food

The 17th Macau Food Festival kicked off last Friday at the Sai Van Lake Square, with the Japanese Village food area returning to Macau as one

Non-resident population decreases slightly

Non-resident workers totaled 176,666 at the end of the third quarter, a decrease of 2,028 over the previous quarter. In the third quarter of 2017,

Grand Prix event kicks off with car and motorcycle show

The event, the first of many events scheduled at and away from the track for the Grand Prix, is also an opportunity for the many fans to get

Chinese spend billions shopping online on ‘Singles Day’

Chinese consumers have spent billions of dollars shopping online for anything from diapers to diamonds on “Singles Day,” a day of promotions that has grown into the

Hong Kong | Defiant football fans boo China anthem at match

HONG Kong football fans loudly booed China’s national anthem at a match yesterday in the Chinese-controlled city, defying Beijing days after Communist leaders tightened penalties for

New game show wants to ‘bridge gap’ between young and old

A new audience-focused television show has launched in Macau, featuring interviews with Hong Kong and Macau celebrities, recurring games with audience participation and periodic features. Starring host

Integrated care services center for senior citizens launched

The opening of Macau’s first integrated home care services center for senior citizens, called “Retribuição” , was inaugurated yesterday at Seac Pai Van. Both Chief Executive,

Architect: City can preserve sense of heritage, adapt to changes

Macau is reaching a stage where it has the foundation, wealth and the know-how to build a sustainable city, said Christopher Law, founder and director of The

China, US sign USD253.4b more deals

China yesterday signed business deals it said totaled USD253.4 billion with American companies during President Donald Trump’s visit in a tradition aimed at blunting criticism of Beijing’s

Trump to push Xi on trade, North Korea during 2-day visit

Welcomed to China with an outsized dose of pomp and pageantry, President Donald Trump pronounced himself wowed by Beijing’s lavish greeting yesterday at the start of a two-day

Housing Bureau opens public housing tender to allocate 1,300 or more units

The news that the new tender allowing residents to apply for public housing units has been opened was published yesterday in the Macau government’s Official Gazette by

Health Survey finds 30 percent of Macau overweight

The Health Bureau (SSM) published the findings of the Macau Health Survey 2016 yesterday, showing that more than one-third of men and almost 28 percent of women

Macau to host ‘Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants’ for the next two years

Macau is expected to host both the 2018 and 2019 editions of Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants awards and the associated event programs. Some of

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