Beauty | Skin revival

“Photofractional is a rejuvenation technology that combines Intense Pulsed Light with non-ablative skin resurfacing. Both skin tone and texture are treated simultaneously. The treatment works to stimulate deep collagen regeneration.

Migrants take long, winding road to reach EU gateway Hungary

From a Budapest hilltop overlooking a panorama of central Europe, Jean-Paul Apetey reflects on how far he’s come, how improbable and unexpected his journey has been — and yet how

Travelog | Germany’s black forest – Dark woods and mushrooms

The Black Forest gets its name from a canopy of trees so dense that the woods seem dark, pierced only by shafts of sunlight. Mushrooms sprout across the damp forest

Buzzr – A ‘Beat the Clock’ for the YouTube generation

This isn’t your grandparents’ “Beat the Clock.” Inside a soundstage at YouTube Space LA, a high-tech production facility operated by the streaming video site, a couple of YouTube stars have been

Screen People | Ben Affleck PBS probes slave-owning issue; actor expresses regret

Meanwhile, Affleck has expressed regret for seeking to have the information omitted from the episode that featured the actor and aired last October. “We deserve neither credit nor blame for our

The Buzz | Chinese man jailed for splashing ink on Mao Zedong portrait

A Chinese man was sentenced to 14 months in jail for splashing ink on the giant portrait of Communist revolutionary leader Mao Zedong in the heart of Beijing, state media

World briefs

CHINA Beijing authorities say a key measure of air pollutants showed a 19 percent drop in the first three months of the year. The municipal government said yesterday that the

China releases wanted list for worldwide fugitive hunt

Interpol’s National Central Bureau of China has released a wanted list of 100 fugitives as the country intensifies its hunt worldwide for economic runaways. On the list are officials and state

New Orleans going smoke-free in bars, other public places

Since yesterday (Macau time), smoking is no longer permitted in bars, gambling halls and many other public places such as hotels, workplaces, private clubs and stores. For many locals, a ban

GT World Cup is a major addition to Grand Prix

The 62nd edition of the Macau Grand Prix, to be held from November 19 to 22, will feature a FIA GT World Cup race for the first time, as revealed

Gaming | Lionel Leong meets gaming operators to discuss policies

The secretary pledged to improve communication with unions to make sure that workers’ rights and interests have been adequately enforced. He also recalled during the meeting that gaming operators’ commitment

Gaming | Revenue to drop over 30 pct in April

Macau’s gross gaming revenue may drop by over 30 percent year-on-year with some gaming operators even forecasting a 40-percent decrease, data compiled by Lusa news agency shows. According to these

Study | Portuguese exert little political influence but lead in the legal sector

Contrary to the situation prior to Macau’s handover, the Portuguese community now exerts little political influence in the city, yet it still leads in the legal field, a study conducted

Passenger scare, Air Macau flight aborts in Bangkok

An Air Macau flight with 175 Thai and Chinese passengers aboard was forced to abort its flight to Macau on Tuesday after the passengers felt unsafe before a second take-off

Briefs | Pansy Ho part of TV consortium

A company led by the son of Deacon Chiu, the late former ATV chairman, has applied for a free-to-air TV license, in a bid to form a completely new broadcaster.

Survey | Residents’ show lack of green awareness

The Environmental Protection Bureau (DSPA) released its latest survey results on public environmental awareness to mark Earth Day (Apr 22). The result shows that Macau residents still lack a sense

Public services reshuffle concluded by year-end

The Secretary for Administration and Justice, Sonia Chan, has made assurances that the restructuring and reshuffling of the Civic and Municipal Affairs Bureau (IACM) is already in its final stage,

Caved-in road poses no risk

NY skyscraper rents surge as HK leads world

Office rents on the highest floors of skyscrapers in New York climbed 20 percent in the second half of last year, while Hong Kong comfortably kept its place as the

Japan logs 1st trade surplus in nearly 3 years on cheap oil

Japan posted its first monthly trade surplus in nearly three years in March thanks to falling import costs from cheaper oil prices, along with a modest recovery in exports. But the

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