Crime | Construction site brawl leaves 6 wounded

Six people have been injured - one of them suffering serious injuries- after taking part in a brawl yesterday morning. The incident involved a total of 13 people, with seven

Residents’ deposits decrease by 2.6 pct

Residents’ deposits decreased 2.6 percent month-on-month in February, reaching MOP469.6 billion, according to data released by the Monetary Authority of Macau (AMCM). MOP and USD deposits increased at respective rates

Review of Culture pays tribute to Charles Boxer

Michelin-starred Indian restaurant unveils exclusive set menus

The Michelin-starred Indian restaurant Golden Peacock, located in the Venetian Macau, will serve up cuisine from the Indian state of Kerala this coming April 10-20, with an exclusive edition of

Macanese hotelier awarded by global brand

  For many of us, ascending to a top position within a large-scale company might seem almost unattainable due to the unimaginable amounts of time and effort required to do so.

Education | Russian research center opens at the University of Macau

The University of Macau (UM) unveiled its newly established Russian Centre this week with an opening ceremony. Several scholars participated alongside the head of Regional Projects Department at the Russkiy

Apple, Spotify streaming music deals said to be probed by EU

The world’s largest record labels are being questioned by European Union regulators as part of a probe into their deals with music-streaming services from Apple Inc. and Spotify Ltd., according

Malaysia reverses course on sale of 1MDB’s USD3b power arm

Malaysia scrapped a plan to seek buyers for state investment company 1Malaysia Development Bhd.’s power business, reversing course just a week after saying it appointed a bank to field interest

Corporate Bits: CTM launches local data usage auto-suspension service

CTM’s postpaid mobile customers whose current total data entitlement is equal to or larger than 500KB are entitled to subscribe to the “Local Data Usage Auto-Suspension Service” for free. For

Real Estate Matters | The 25 questions you must ask as a tenant renting a property – Part 4

Juliet Risdon is a Director of JML Property and a property investor. Having established the company in 1994, JML Property offers Investment Property & Homes. It specializes in managing properties for

Project Poker: Life Tilt: Where’s your head at?

We all know how devastating tilt can be in our game. You play well, you feel well, you go all in as a huge favourite, and suddenly boom, your hand

Mozambique | World Bank grants new loan for paving roads

The World Bank has approved additional financing of US$73.6 million to support the implementation of the second phase of the program for Maintenance and Management of Roads and Bridges of

OECD revises Portugal’s projected economic growth upwards

Portugal’s economy is expected to grow between 1.3 percent and 1.5 percent in 2015, reaching 2 percent in 2016, benefitting from a drop in oil prices and the devaluation of

Beijing says Myanmar apologizes for deadly border bombing

  China's Foreign Ministry says Myanmar has apologized for a cross-border bombing last month in which four Chinese farmers were killed, an incident that injected rare tensions into generally good relations

Taiwan | Farmers expanding into indoor LED-lit, pesticide-free fields

Chang Chen-kai is part of Taiwan's new generation of high-tech farmers that is harnessing the island's technological edge in light-emitting diodes to grow vegetables indoors under bright LED lights. Chang works

Hong Kong | British banker’s murder case adjourned to May

A British banker accused of the murders of two Indonesian women appeared briefly yesterday in a Hong Kong court, where pretrial proceedings were adjourned for five more weeks as prosecutors requested

Hong Kong Exchange pledges to defend investors in mainland

Hong Kong Exchanges & Clearing Ltd. said it will help international investors defend their ownership rights should problems arise amid concerns about Chinese legal protections for shareholders. The bourse amended its

Defense | US hopes Japan navy will be more active in Pacific

Even as Japan remains divided over proposed changes in the role it should play in regional security issues, senior U.S. and Japanese military officers say they hope the Japanese navy

Super typhoon weakens after entering Philippines

  A super typhoon blamed for the deaths of at least four people on islands in the western Pacific Ocean has weakened after reaching Philippine waters and is expected to further

Tragic Easter in Kenya | At least 15 dead, 60 wounded as gunmen attack university

Al-Shabab gunmen attacked a college in northeast Kenya yesterday, targeting Christians and killing at least 15 people and wounding 60 others, witnesses said. Even as security forces cornered the gunmen in

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