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Macau | Lionel Leong considering possibility of CE bid – Media

Lionel Leong Vai Tac, the Secretary for Economy and Finance said he would consider any position viewed to be in line with his abilities when quizzed about potentially running for Chief Executive during the election slated to take place this year

Essential Macau | The life journey of the gemstone

One year later, award-winning jewellery designer Sarah Ho brought her latest project, Full Circle, back to Macau

‘Saved’ by tourists?

Macau shrugs off China downturn

Essential Macau | 星级旅游,为您服务!

作为联合国教科文组织创意城市网络美食范畴的成员城市,澳门无疑是美食家的天堂。而对于初次到访澳门的旅客,光顾带有“Q”标识的餐厅食肆,是最明智的选择

Essential Macau | Quality Tourism, at your service!

As a member of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network in the field of Gastronomy, Macau is undoubtedly a foodie’s paradise. For tourists visiting the region for the first time, the restaurants with a “Q” logo are the smartest choices

Taking a deep breath

With Macau still battling various pollutants from PM2.5 to ozone, as are nearby cities, there are still years - or possibly decades - before local air pollution standards meet WHO guidelines

Essential Macau|Tenth Anniversary Edition of Masters of Time

Over 450 Fine Watches and Jewelry Masterpieces from 30 World-Renowned Brands Appear in Macau

Silk papers (Sái Chi Kai) | Land Law (Five years of unrest)

Thousands of people living in the village of Coloane, Old Taipa and Inner Harbour bought houses based upon the old tradition of ‘silk papers’. The law does not recognise them, but that is not why the problem is disappearing. On the contrary.

Macau | Local national football team maintains 183rd position in FIFA ranking

The Macau SAR men’s football team has maintained its 183rd position in the latest FIFA rankings, with Hong Kong sitting in 143rd place and China in 72nd

Macau | 50.4 pct of capital for new companies in Q4 2018 from mainland China comes from Zhuhai

Zhuhai is the leading source of capital from mainland China that goes into setting up new enterprises in Macau in the fourth quarter of 2018

Macau | Poetry to be central theme of 8th Macau Literary Festival

The 8th Macau Literary Festival will be held on March 15 to 24, featuring an eclectic line-up including poets from mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Portuguese-speaking countries

Tourists spend little money

Instead of seeking to attract more tourists Macau could undertake efforts whereby those already here spend more. With visitor expenditure low, two Chinese academics recommend improving the situation. Attention to perfumes, please . . .

Macau | Investor analyst forecasts Sands China’s earnings in 2019 may deteriorate due to China’s slowing economy

Morningstar Asia Limited, a Hong Kong based investor analysis company, expects that Sands China's earnings 'will deteriorate as a result of a slowing economy in China', despite fourth-quarter 2018 revenue and adjusted EBITDA faring better than expected

Macau | Continued ‘cleanup work’ on green lungs in Coloane and Taipa, saplings to be planted in March – IAM

In response to enquiries from Macau News Agency, the Municipal Affairs Bureau states that the 'restoration work' of the green lungs of Macau will result in an estimated 35,000 trees and saplings to be planted in March, but local environmentalist Joe Chan worries that the scale of destruction will cost the environment more in the long run

The Cellphone Curse

In October 2018, the statistics portal Statistica noted the increase in registered mobile phone users in Macau, from 396,000 in 2008 to 743,000 in 2017.

Macau | Air quality in the city worsens with no knowledge of when local air pollution standards meet WHO guidelines – Macau Business

The city's air quality has been a major concern of many people over the years, but especially during the winter season when the territory's glitzy landscape is shrouded in heavy smog

Essential Macau | The flavour of Spring

Traditional Japanese celebration dinner

Macau | Hengqin deputy mayor wants Zhuhai high-speed rail and subway connected to Macau’s light rail system – Media

The deputy mayor of Hengqin Town and deputy chief of the Hengqin Planning Bureau of Land and Resources reportedly expressed desire that the high-speed rail and subway of Zhuhai 'should be built as soon as possible and connected to the Macau light rail system', according to Zhuhai Invest

Macau | Luso International Bank sues Hong Kong Airlines for failing to repay US$20 mln loan – Media

Luso International Bank of Macau is suing financially troubled Hong Kong Airlines after it allegedly failed to repay a US$20 mln loan despite repeated demands

Land Law – Five years of unrest

It took seven years to be prepared and a year later was already disputed. There is no memory of such a controversial law. No wonder: we are talking about the most precious thing that exists in Macau - the land . . . 
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