South Shore puts beleaguered The 13 Hotel into voluntary liquidation

New Concordia Hotel Limited — operator of the long-dormant 13 Hotel, owned by Hong Kong-listed South Shore Holdings Limited (Group) — has gone into voluntary liquidation. The decision was announced by

Wynn Macau optimistic about Summer Holiday visitor numbers

The return to control of the Covid-19 situation in Guangdong, as well as the improved conditions in Hong Kong, both indicate a prosperous trajectory for the Summer Holiday tourist arrivals,

Covid-19 | Eased cross-border measures for vaccinated people under consideration

The Macau and mainland governments are in negotiations to examine the possibility of granting fully vaccinated people an extended validity period for their certificates of negative Covid-19 test results. Dr. Tai

Elections 2021 | CAEAL approves 19 lists

A total of 19 nomination lists have been confirmed by the Legislative Assembly Electoral Affairs Commission (CAEAL), the commission announced yesterday after its regular meeting. During the nomination period, the CAEAL

Consumer Rights | Lawmakers concerned about adequacy of oversight and penalties

The Consumer Protection Law was finally approved yesterday at the Legislative Assembly (AL). Although the new law garnered the unanimous support of lawmakers, some expressed concerns over the capacity of

Four debate proposals from Pereira Coutinho thrown out

Four debate proposals from lawmaker José Pereira Coutinho have met with the same fate — all were voted down by his peers at the Legislative Assembly (AL). The lawmaker was responsible

Travel bubble has limited buoyancy, says expert

The plan for the Hong Kong-Macau travel bubble has come crashing down again, after the neighboring city detected a locally transmitted case on June 23, bringing a harsh end to

CTM earns 17% less revenue last year

Local telecom service provider CTM earned 17% less in revenue last calendar year, the company announced in a financial statement recently. Public service providers are obliged by the law to publish

Gov’t condemns US imposing sanctions on Chinese enterprises

China strongly condemns the United States imposing sanctions on Chinese companies based on lies and disinformation, according to a spokesperson for China’s foreign ministry yesterday. Spokesperson Zhao Lijian also said that

Dutch group launches data harvesting claim against TikTok

A Dutch consumer group is launching a 1.5 billion euro ($1.8 billion) claim against TikTok over what it alleges is unlawful harvesting of personal data from users of the popular

Thailand | Pro-democracy activists march against government

Pro-democracy protesters took to the streets of Thailand’s capital on yesterday,, marking the anniversary of the overthrow of the country’s absolute monarchy by renewing their demands that the government step

Myanmar | Junta leader attends military conference in Moscow

The leader of Myanmar’s military junta on Wednesday attended an international conference in Moscow, an appearance that reflected Russia’s eagerness to develop ties with the junta despite international criticism. The military

This day in history | 1970 New peace plan for Middle East

The United States has launched its latest plan to bring peace to the Middle East. US Secretary of State William Rogers announced his initiative to encourage the Arabs and Israelis to

TASTE OF EDESIA | Impeccable Jazz 

Jazz lovers are invited to The St. Regis Bar to the first ‘Jack’s Club’ live jazz evening showcasing a catalogue of Macao’s finest artists this Saturday, June 26. Named in honor

Ronaldo scores 2 to take a step closer to scoring history

Cristiano Ronaldo’s goals are adding up fast, and they are taking Portugal deeper into yet another tournament. Ronaldo scored two penalties yesterday to help the defending champions secure a 2-2 draw

Lineup set for round of 16 at Euro 2020

The lineup for the round of 16 at the European Championship has been completed with some standout matches. England will play Germany at Wembley Stadium on Tuesday and defending champion Portugal

The Buzz | Russia says it may fire to hit intruding warships

Russia will be ready to fire to hit intruding warships, a senior diplomat warned yesterday in the wake of a Black Sea incident in which a British destroyer sailed near

Philippines | Democracy scion, ex-leader Benigno Aquino dies

Former Philippine President Benigno Aquino III, the son of pro-democracy icons who helped topple dictator Ferdinand Marcos and a defender of good governance who took China’s sweeping territorial claims to

China Daily | Belt and Road Initiative’s vitality stems from its inclusiveness

  State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi presided over the High-level Video Conference on Belt and Road International Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific on Wednesday. Focusing on COVID-19 prevention and control cooperation

Friday, June 25, 2021 – edition no. 3800

* Herd immunity the only hope for HK-Macau travel bubble, says expert * The Consumer Protection Law was finally approved despite concerns over the capacity of agencies responsible for supervision and

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