CE: Government to maintain close interaction with the press

The Chief Executive, Mr Ho Iat Seng, yesterday said the Government strictly upheld the principle of the freedom of the press and would as always maintain close communication and interaction with the local press. Speaking at a lunch hosted for Chinese-language local news organisations, Mr Ho reiterated that the current Government would – as previous […]

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HO IAT SENG RETURNS FROM TRADE MISSION IN GUANGDONG

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has reiterated the two major priorities of his administration: to improve the livelihoods of local people and to enhance the communication and cooperation between Macau and mainland China. Just days after his stepping into office, Ho visited Guangzhou and Zhuhai. Leading a large trade delegation to Guangzhou, Ho met with […]

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President Xi Praises Macau, Gives Red Packets

On December 20, Macau celebrated the successes of its first 20 years, and looked ahead under a new Chief Executive. Much work lies ahead, but a big headstart has been made thanks to a series of support measures unveiled at the end of the president’s trip. By Macau Inc. Staff President Xi Jinping had only […]

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THREE NEW SECRETARIES CONFIRMED FOR GOV’T

Clockwise from top left: Secretary for Transport and Public Works Raimundo do Rosário, Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak, Secretary for Economy and Finance-designate Lei Wai Nong, Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture-designate Ao Ieong Iu, Secretary for Administration and Justice-designate André Cheong Weng Chun In a surprise announcement last night, the Macau SAR government […]

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Social Governance with Macau Characteristics

Wu Zhiliang believes that the Macau Foundation, as a bridge between government and non- government organizations, has unique value and can be used for reference by surrounding areas. Wu Zhiliang is someone who likes to get straight to the point. “The Macau Foundation plays a unique role as social governance intermediary in Macau,” the chairman […]

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Change and Innovation

Recently, Ho Iat Seng, the fifth chief executive of the Macao Special Administrative Region, announced his candidacy and expressed his desire to do more for Macao. Among them, when talking about the future of Macau, Ho Iat Seng said: “The biggest problem in Dawan District is to work with nine cities. If you miss these five-year opportunities, it may make Macao more marginalized.”

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Ho Iat Seng
Aims For
Top Job

Legislative Assembly President Ho Iat Seng has decided to run in the Chief Executive election later this year. He says his priority will be livelihood issues as well as promoting Macau’s economic diversification and its participation in the development of the Greater Bay Area.

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