More surveillance cameras underway, gradual border opening in discussion

Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak has given an update on the increase in the number of CCTV surveillance cameras and on developments toward the resumption of border crossings. Yesterday, Wong,

Briefs | Special transport arrangements at various locations

  Services to the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) bus stop will be temporarily suspended, starting from Saturday. As a result, seven bus routes will be diverted to four nearby bus stops.

Triad boss arrested in Cambodia, reports HK media

  Local businessman and alleged head of the triad organization known as “Water Room,” Lai Tong Sang, has been reportedly arrested by Cambodian law-enforcement agencies, according to Hong Kong news outlet

Standing Committee wants oversight on public department rentals

The Executive branch should task a specific department with the supervision and handling of public properties, a Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly has proposed. The Committee recently concluded studying a

Greater Bay | Shenzhen emerges as engine of China’s tech frontier

In the northern suburbs of tech city Shenzhen, a forest of tower cranes stand at the site of a cow farm that is being transformed into a scientific engine. Here, the

Covid-19 vaccine trials begin in Jiangsu province

Staff Reporter Human clinical trials of BioNTech and Fosun Pharma’s Covid-19 vaccine have begun in China’s Jiangsu province. As of August 5, some 72 participants have received a dose of the Covid-19

Measures on entrants from HK further tightened

Starting from 6 a.m. today, people who are entering Macau from Hong Kong or have been to Hong Kong in the preceding 14 days, will be required to present a

Top model sees potential in Macau for Russian tourists

Living in Macau for the past 10 years, Mila Just is a well-known face among the modeling, entertainment, and promotion scenes. Less known is that Mila, who prefers to be

China sentences third Canadian to death on drug charges

China has sentenced a third Canadian citizen to death on drug charges amid a steep decline in relations between the two countries. The Guangzhou Municipal Intermediate Court announced Xu Weihong’s penalty

2003 Bali bomber smiles at guilty verdict

A court in Indonesia has convicted and sentenced to death a 41-year-old mechanic for his part in the bombing of two nightclubs in the island resort of Bali last year. At

North Korea’s escalating virus response raises fear of outbreak

North Korea is quarantining thousands of people and shipping food and other aid to a southern city locked down over coronavirus worries, officials said, as the country’s response to a

Lebanon | Officials probe blast amid rising anger, calls for change

Lebanese officials targeted in the investigation of the massive blast that tore through Beirut sought to shift blame for the presence of explosives at the city’s port, and the visiting

Li Ka-shing’s group profit drops as pandemic slams business

CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd.’s profit fell as the Hong Kong conglomerate founded by the city’s richest tycoon Li Ka-shing saw its retail, ports and real estate businesses hurt by the

Pompeo urges cutting ties with Chinese tech companies

Secretary of State Michael Pompeo urged American companies to bar Chinese applications from their app stores, signaling that U.S. efforts to banish Chinese technology from U.S. computers and smartphones will

Macau Racing Tips | The Bristol Class 3&4 1510 Metres (Sand) 2020-08-09 | Sun | 16:00

New Zealand gelding Pearl Lucky (pictured) by Red Giant out from Crystal Hill should follow through his upward racing curve come this Sunday. Trainer K. H. LEONG and owner Mr.

Police: Three teens inadvertently jump wall into Mar-a-Lago

Three teenagers fleeing police while carrying a semiautomatic gun in a backpack jumped a wall at President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, but probably didn’t know that’s where they were, authorities

World Views | Hezbollah will not escape blame for beirut

  As if the Lebanese haven’t suffered enough. For months, they have been caught between an economic meltdown, crumbling public services and a surging pandemic. Now they must count the dead and survey

Friday, August 7, 2020 – edition no. 3593

— Former model Mila Just sees a lot of potential in Macau for Russian tourists * Escalating virus response raises fear of outbreak in North Korea — North Korea is quarantining thousands

Cambodian butcher quits dog meat trade, shuts slaughterhouse

CHI MEAKH — Animal rights activists in Cambodia have gained a small victory in their effort to end the trade in dog meat, convincing a canine slaughterhouse in one village

Lebanon probes blast amid rising anger, calls for change

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