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Macau a shining example of ‘One Country, Two Systems’ practice: Chui

Chief Executive Fernando Chui Sai On found it particularly encouraging that Macau has become a “shining example” of the successful implementation of the “One Country, Two Systems” principle.

30 Sep, 2019

#Politics

MGTO presents mapping show to mark 70th anniversary of PRC

A special mapping show titled “Glorious Splendour in Celebration of the 70th Anniversary of the Founding of the People’s Republic of China” at the Ruins of St. Paul’s for three consecutive nights will be presented to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of Modern China.

30 Sep, 2019

#Tourism

Wong vows to strike balance between security & minimal disruption to residents

The government will strive to cause minimal disruption to residents during the upcoming 20th anniversary celebration of Macau’s return.

27 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

LRT to open in Oct or Nov: Rosário

The Taipa section of the Light Rail Transit will enter commercial service next month or in November — the LRT fare system will be announced shortly before the section opens.

27 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

CTM expects 5G ready from mid-next year

5G services expected to be in commercial use from the middle of next year.

27 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

7-year-olds can use e-channels to pass checkpoints from Monday

from next Monday local and mainland residents as young as seven can use the e-channels to pass through all local border checkpoints.

27 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

Liaison Office wants real opinions from Macau’s elite

The Macau Liaison Office wants the Macau members of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Congress to voice their real opinions to the Liaison Office.

26 Sep, 2019

#Politics

Cultural Week adds Brazilian Cinema to program

The program and schedule for the 11th Cultural Week of China and Portuguese-speaking Countries will kick off on October 12 at the Macau Fisherman’s Wharf.

26 Sep, 2019

#Culture

GSK withdraws Zantac drugs from local market: Health Bureau

GSK has decided to withdraw four of its drugs sold under the brand name Zantac from the local market.

26 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

Endangered wildlife trade Macau aligned with international directives, insists DSE

In response to the findings by a U.K. NGO on Macau’s lack of governance in deterring the trade of endangered species, DSE has emphasised its efforts in inspection and law enforcement.

26 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

Church bus driver sexually abuses 11-year-old girl: police

A local bus driver was detained for the alleged sexual abuse of an 11-year-old girl.

26 Sep, 2019

#Crime

Macau must strengthen patriotism in response to HK protests: Edmund Ho

Former CE: In response to the adverse impact of the Hong Kong anti-extradition bill protests, Macau needed to strengthen its patriotism.

25 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

Macau lacks effective wildlife trade governance, says British NGO

TRAFFIC, an environmental non-government organisation from the U.K., expects imports of wildlife regulated under the Washington Convention into Macau will continue to rise.

25 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

Public consultation on alcohol sale ban to minors to be held by year-end: health chief

The Health Bureau aims to launch a public consultation on a possible ban of sales of alcohol to minors by the end of this year.

25 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

Argentina, Brazil & Jiangsu to be tourism forum’s partners

Argentina, Brazil and Jiangsu province will be the partners of Macau’s three-day 2018 Global Tourism Economy Forum next month.

25 Sep, 2019

#Tourism

Seac Pai Van Library opens

A new public library in the Community Complex in Coloane’s sprawling Seac Pai Van public housing estate opened on Tuesday.

25 Sep, 2019

#Culture

Chui warns Macau must be ‘very vigilant’ about ‘surrounding’ security situation

The local government must be “very vigilant” about the possible adverse impact of the “surrounding” security situation on Macau.

24 Sep, 2019

#Social Affairs

Visitors rise 6.5% to 3.6 million in August

Macau’s number of visitor arrivals rose 6.5% year-on-year to 3.62 million in August.

24 Sep, 2019

#Tourism

‘Subdued’ restaurant business in July, but ‘stable’ retail sales: government

Macau’s restaurateurs reported “subdued” business in July.

24 Sep, 2019

#Video

‘Very unlikely’ that US gaming operators will leave Macau over trade spat: scholar

If they do leave due to the China-US trade war worsening further, local or mainland Chinese-funded companies could take over the respective hotel-casino resorts to run the gaming businesses.

23 Sep, 2019

#Gaming