HUMAN RESOURCES | The business battleground: “Companies have to make the career path clearer”

Macau's business sector has been engaged in the battle for workers since the economic boom. And it seems that the fight will be further intensified

BreakingNews: Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Nobel laureate, dies at 87

Gabriel Garcia Marquez crafted intoxicating fiction from the fatalism, fantasy, cruelty and heroics of the world that set his mind churning as a child growing up on Colombia's Caribbean coast. His own epic story ended today, at age 87, with his death at his home in southern Mexico City. ... Full story

THE BUZZ: Batch recall of proprietary Chinese medicine exceeding bacterial limit

The HK Department of Health (DH) yesterday instructed the registration holder of the proprietary Chinese medicine (pCm) "Bouwaidan", Ma Sai Leung Tong Medicine Manufacturing Limited, ... Full story

  • Chui? Who’s Chui?

    Macau’s politics never ceases to surprise us.Yesterday, local newspaper Ponto Final carried a “disturbing” headline, Ho Sut Heng may not support Chui Sai On.Ms Ho ... Full story

  • Kapok: Swift and resolute

    The recently dismissed mayor of Bogota, Gustavo Petro, was absolutely right when he stated that “a developed country is not a place where the poor ... Full story

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  • Chui? Who’s Chui?

    Macau’s politics never ceases to surprise us.Yesterday, local newspaper Ponto Final carried a “disturbing” headline, Ho Sut Heng may not support Chui Sai On.Ms Ho ... Full story

  • Animal farm

    If the (draft) law (on animal rights) is more specific, if it only applies to pets like in Hong Kong, then maybe it would be ... Full story

  • Crowds unlimited

    In 30 years living in this city, I’ve never seen anything like it.It’s not the overwhelming sight or the behavior and patterns of the crowds ... Full story

  • Appiness for all

    Among my wishes for 2014, I wanted to include those who govern us. I mean, mere and humble recommendations of what we think may serve ... Full story

  • Gestures

    It’s the holiday season and the city is bursting with mainlanders, a “caste” some residents despise so much as “people without manners”, to say the ... Full story

  • Minimum Stressmas

    Comes the Season, and with more or less spirituality, or none, everyone seems to be touched by it: the spirit of Christmas and its “to ... Full story

  • High anxiety

    1. As I stated last week, ideas and plans are popping up from within the mainstream to radical forums to cope with some of the ... Full story

  • Manny, many, money

    1. The Clash, Manny Pacquiao versus Brandon Rios on Sunday will be the largest boxing event ever in Asia in terms of revenue and audience. ... Full story

  • 2 in 10

    If I were to buy a house in Macau I would certainly refrain from it after hearing from non-other-than the Chief Executive that residents “should ... Full story

  • A new cultural revolution?

    The street parades of yesterday have become television parades of today,” Chinese University of Political Science and Law professor He Bing lamented on his microblog ... Full story

  • It’s a democracy, stupid!

    The relatively low turnout at yesterday’s election for the Legislative Assembly (AL) may encourage the conservative voices that oppose the development of our regime into ... Full story

  • Hacking politics

    On Tuesday the local telecom operator and sole Internet Service Provider (ISP) announced that 34 email accounts had been compromised by hackers originating from Hong ... Full story