Immediate prevention status lifted at noon: Gov’t

The Civil Protection Operations Centre announced that the Immediate Prevention Status was terminated at noon today (Friday), in accordance with Chief Executive’s instructions and with Law No. 11/2020. The

Harvard language program relocates from China to Taiwan

An intensive summer language program hosted by Harvard University in Beijing will relocate to Taiwan in summer of 2022, as the U.S.-China relationship remains strained. The program is moving to Taipei

Taste of Edesia | Time for mushrooms

It’s clear that autumn is here as the air starts to cool and fresh breezes accompany the mushroom blooming season. This season, Lai Heen at The Ritz-Carlton, Macau has a

Animal Farm | A good project for Hengqin Island!

Macau's economy is characterized by its high dependency and vulnerability. In the past it depended more on textiles than on the gaming. Until 2001, exports of goods exceeded gambling revenues in GDP. Despite

Wealth Management Connect | 10 local banks to join scheme, launch offerings to mainland investors

Monetary Authority of Macao (AMCM) said that 10 local banks have expressed their intention to participate in the recently launched Wealth Management Connect scheme, according to a report by the

Industrial Association wants subsidies for rent, water, power, salaries

The Industrial Association of Macau is encouraging the government to provide support to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the areas of rent, water, electricity and salaries, according to Fong

Guangdong issues RMB2.2b in offshore government bonds to Macau

  The Guangdong provincial government yesterday issued its first-ever offshore municipal government bonds to the Macau market. Institutional investors are offered some RMB2.2 billion in bonds with a term of three years

Lot A4 construction attracts five bids, costs up to MOP2.1b

The government received a total of five bids in the public tender for the construction of facilities in Lot A4 of Zone A of the newly reclaimed land, the Infrastructure

CE meets with trade unions, suggests residents try other career paths

In a meeting with a local organization, the Chief Executive (CE) Ho Iat Seng once again “encouraged workers to adjust their mentality, so as to try a different profession according

Luso Bank eases SME burden by waiving half-year mobile payment charge

The half-year waiver of mobile payment service charges for local small and medium enterprises (SMEs) by Luso International Banking Limited is among the bank’s seven support measures announced amid the

Covid-19 | 22,000 people required to take high-frequency NATs

According to information provided by Dr. Tai Wah Hou yesterday, the government will require 22,000 people to undertake high-frequency nucleic acid tests (NAT) based on their nationality and occupation. The

Hong Kong | Typhoon Kompasu prompts to close schools, stock market

Hong Kong suspended classes, stock market trading and government services as a typhoon passed south of the city today (Wednesday). Heavy rain from Typhoon Kompasu could flood low-lying areas and residents

Beijing: Military drills, flights were needed to defend Taiwan

China's recent increase in military exercises and warplane missions near Taiwan — which have raised concerns around the region — were necessary to defend the nation's sovereignty and territory, a

China exports up 28% in September; surplus with US grows

China's exports rose at a slightly faster pace in September while demand for imports of iron ore and other commodities eased as a property construction boom cooled and authorities enforced

Kompasu passes by without major damages

  Typhoon Kompasu saw signal No. 8 raised from 10:30 p.m. yesterday, the second typhoon this year to reach this level. The typhoon swung past Macau, crossing the South China Sea

Police says filmed ‘yum-cha fight’ did not occur in Macau

A video circulating on social media claiming to record a fight at a Cantonese restaurant in Fai Chi Kei has been investigated by the Public Security Police Force. The authority announced

Typhoon Kompasu | Caritas offers daytime hostel to TNRs working night-shifts

Considering that some non-resident workers work night shifts, the Caritas Macau has opened a daytime hostel to accommodate them, Paul Pun, executive director of the organization, announced recently. After border reopening

Typhoon Kompasu | ‘Immediate prevention status’ maintained

The Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng directed the city’s civil protection management team to take all necessary steps in order to minimise the risk of adverse outcomes due to the

Next on FDA’s agenda: Booster shots of Moderna, J&J vaccines

With many Americans who got Pfizer vaccinations already rolling up their sleeves for a booster shot, millions of others who received the Moderna or Johnson & Johnson vaccine wait anxiously

Covid-19 |Authorities studying vaccine extra doses, roll-out by target groups

Health authorities confirmed yesterday that they are working on a plan to distribute extra doses of Covid-19 vaccines to specific groups of people in the near future, Dr. Tai Wah

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