Offbeat | Man found in freezer was husband of recently deceased woman

A man whose body was in a freezer for as long as 11 years was the husband of the woman who had recently died in their apartment west of Salt

South Korea’s Lost Kids

• Many children of mix marriages – half-Chinese, half-N.Koreans – are alienated and frustrated as they struggle to navigate a strange culture   * Movies: The Two Popes

In ‘The Two Popes,’ a buddy movie investments

Believers of all religions can agree on one thing: the Vatican is an unlikely place for a bromance. The novelty of Fernando Meirelles’ “The Two Popes”

17 stories inspired by great American paintings

Writers take their inspiration from a variety of sources: an unforgettable face, overheard conversation or perhaps, a painting. The well-known crime writer Lawrence Block has parlayed

All-star Mose Allison tribute hits the right spots

It may be a tired cliche to say someone was one of a kind, but Mose Allison most definitely was. A jazz and blues pianist whose songwriting career meshed

News of the World | Half-North Korean, half-Chinese kids struggle in South Korea

Song Hong Ryon looks like any other young woman in South Korea. But three years after her arrival from China, the half-North Korean, half-Chinese 19-year-old has made

Travelog | Not exactly the Orient Express, but Europe’s sleepers are back

Romanticized by movies like “Murder on the Orient Express” and “From Russia With Love,” sleeper trains had all but disappeared in Europe. Now, some of their magic

Life & Style | New Zealand finds perfect spokesman: Stephen Colbert

New Zealand has relied on hobbits, bungy jumping and rugby to entice tourists in the past. Now Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern may have found

Figure skating | Hanyu, Chen face off at Grand Prix Finals

Japan’s Yuzuru Hanyu owns the last two Olympic gold medals. No man has won three in a row. American Nathan Chen owns the last two world

World briefs

  MALDIVES-CHINA The Maldives foreign minister says his country needs to restructure its massive debt to China, which he says has put the Indian ocean archipelago in a

Eiffel Tower shuts down as mass strikes cripple France

The Eiffel Tower shut down, France’s vaunted high-speed trains stood still and teachers walked off the job as unions launched nationwide strikes and protests Thursday over

World views | Trump is the least of NATO’s problems

It was meant to be a celebration of the 70th anniversary of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. But the mood at a gathering of the alliance’s leaders this

Friday, December 6, 2019 – edition no. 3432

  * Macau never had it so good • Two Chief Executives and a Chief-to-be say the last two decades have been the best in the SAR’s history * HK residents stress over

The Buzz | Trump calls Trudeau ‘two-faced’ as palace gossip goes viral

NATO leaders professed unity on Wednesday at a summit near London — but a spat over off-the-cuff chit chat at a royal reception rattled their show of solidarity.

ONE SHOT NEWS

Tourism training focuses on sustainable planning

The Global Centre for Tourism Education and Training of the Institute for Tourism Studies (IFT) recently held a training program on sustainable tourism in collaboration with the World Tourism Organization

Gov’t unveils quality accreditation for retailers

MORE than 1,000 retailers across the city were accredited last night at a ceremony co-hosted by the Consumer Council and the Macao Government Tourism Office. Following the previous night’s accreditation for

Macau’s rapid education improvement has a dark side

Macau’s rapid rise into the top three in the latest round of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), announced earlier this week, has been described by the education authority

Briefs | Regulation needed for new medical technology, says Lei

The Director of the Health Bureau (SSM) Lei Chin Ion has suggested that Macau must amend or establish laws to regulate the emergence of medical technologies. Earlier this week, during

Freedom of finance: UM professor wants funding autonomy to promote creativity

A professor from the University of Macau (UM) is calling on the Macau SAR government to give the public university more financial autonomy to boost the institution’s creativity and originality. Shui

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