Chongqing Communist Party head Bo Xilai - mired in controversy following the detention of his former right-hand man - made a high-profile public appearance on Thursday, meeting a business delegation led by former Macau chief executive Edmund Ho Hau-wah.Saturday, 25 February, 2012, 12:00am
Before the Macau handover in 1999, Stanley Ho was often referred to as the enclave's 'underground governor'.
His gaming empire accounted for half of its economy. As Macau legislator Au Kam-san said, Macau people used to think there were two governors. 'One was the governor appointed by the Portuguese government and the other was Stanley Ho.'2 Feb 2011 - 12:00am
'Chief executive' is the latest phrase to fall foul of censors overseeing Macau's most popular Net forum.
The Chinese for 'chief executive', the title of Macau's most important politician, has joined phrases such as 'gang leader' in being screened out by cyberctm.com.25 Oct 2009 - 12:00am
There is no doubt Chen Shui-bian, the former Taiwanese president, is an unpopular figure now.
But as a veteran politician who won election to his post in the only political entity in China with universal suffrage, he is fully aware of the importance of staying in touch using the latest technology.21 Jun 2008 - 12:00am
Curbs on graft and casinos give Macau a lift
Macau people upset about social ills have received a dose of encouragement from their government's new steps to counter graft, share wealth and curb casino growth.25 Apr 2008 - 12:00am
A company owned by a relative of Macau's chief executive, Edmund Ho Hau-wah, has been implicated in the Ao Man-long corruption scandal.
Macau graft-busters transferred 12 bribery suspects to the Public Prosecutions Office yesterday, alleging that, along with a female suspect on the run, they had provided kickbacks to Ao, the former public works minister, on 21 projects.15 Apr 2008 - 12:00am
Most Macau households missed news of the verdict in Ao Man-long's graft trial on television yesterday afternoon.
More than 100,000 subscribers missed out because the telecoms watchdog tore down a cable in Taipa on Tuesday amid a dispute with eight companies offering unlicensed TV services.31 Jan 2008 - 12:00am
A poorly attended but noisy march in Macau against alleged government corruption ended early yesterday and largely without incident, despite changes to the route and a heavy police presence.
Fewer than 100 people turned up for the protest, which organisers had initially hoped would attract between 800 and 1,000.17 Dec 2007 - 12:00am
82 per cent say HK police are doing a good job3 Oct 2007 - 12:00am
Macau Chief Executive Edmund Ho Hau-wah said yesterday he had produced documents proving he had disposed of his interest in gaming magnate Stanley Ho Hung-sun's casino empire four years before assuming his current office.16 Aug 2007 - 12:00am