Society

Report: Chinese philanthropy on the rise

Between 2006 and 2016 the number of foundations in China grew 430 per cent, amounting to 5,545 in total, while philanthropy by those of Chinese origin has been consistently on the rise in recent years

Enter the Dragon

Researchers find that children born in the Year of the Dragon are more likely to succeed
Children born during the Chinese zodiac sign of the Dragon appear to be more likely to be successful at school and more likely to go to – and succeed at - university, according to the results of a stu

Gaming workers take complaints to DSAL

Hundreds of gaming workers gathered at the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) to lodge complaints against a gaming operator for unreasonable treatment, according to Chinese TDM Radio News.

Insurance industry insiders optimistic

The devastation lingers. With the effects of Typhoon Hato still very much apparent.

The chairman of the board of Macau Insurance Agents & Brokers Association, Chui Chi Kin, told Business Daily that the destruction wrought by Typhoon Hato last Wednesday could improve the insurance bus

Holding the fort

Five months after Pousada de São Tiago suspended operations due to nearby construction of the Light Rail Train (LRT) public transport interchange at Barra

According to Sociedade de Jogos de Macau S.A.

Hostel UMAC

The University of Macau generously offered to help staff affected by the catastrhophic impact of Hato, opening the tertiary accomodation to those in need. At a price

The city’s University of Macau (UMAC) offered ‘assistance’ to their staff and respective families in getting over the difficult situation created by Typhoon Hato.

Protecting and employing the rainforest

Following accusations it would negatively impact the Kuranda rainforests in the Australian state of Queensland, the management of the under-development KUR-World resort project told Business Daily tha

The management of the KUR-World resort project currently being developed in the Australian state of Queensland told Business Daily that it will not have the negative environmental impact stated by an

Money the great panacea

Certain civil servants could receive financial aid from the government

The Macao Foundation is disbursing MOP1.35 billion (US$167.49 million) from the public coffers to support residents impacted by Typhoon Hato on Wednesday.

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