Grief

In a tragedy like the one which has just devastated our city, the first words go to the families and friends of those who lost their lives.

Macau should not be like this

The effects of Typhoon Hato were the strongest to be felt in Macau this century and possibly for the last three decades.

Phone scam survival guide

Is anyone else horrified that the almost 30 per cent of victims affected by recent scams by phone in Macau, causing monetary losses of around MOP12.5 million in less than a month, were university stud

Shades of bright

Last week, I spotted a headline in one of the local newspapers (the Portuguese language HojeMacau, for the record) that arrested my attention.

Planning reality

The Macau SAR Government is finally moving ahead with the comprehensive urban planning of the city.

Labour pains

If there is a matter of high social and political relevance where Macau seems to be stuck in time, that matter is, without hesitation, labour relations and regulations.

2016 year in review

2016 seems to have been a turning point on the international scene. We had Mr.

Exit with haste

The Christmas holidays are a time when people travel near and far to celebrate and often count blessings of family, finances, and employment.