Corporate Bits | MGM presents Wuhan hot dry noodles at Macau properties

MGM is introducing a series of authentic delicacies of Hubei to the Macau public, including their signature dish hot dry noodles, at Imperial Court and Square Eight at MGM Macau,

Macau mourns Covid-19 victims in national three-minute silence

Macau joined the rest of the country on Saturday to observe three minutes of silence in commemoration of the victims of Covid-19. The city’s national and regional flags flew at

Macau patients have low risk of permanent lung damage, says health official

Doctor Lo Iek Long of the Conde de São Januário Hospital said yesterday that, for the time being, patients who are infected with Covid-19 and have been discharged or are

Gov’t discharges first quarantine hotel, more expected to follow

The health authorities announced yesterday the first reduction in the number of hotels designated to be used as isolation and quarantine facilities. The Metropole Hotel in central Macau was the

Macau couple tests positive for Covid-19 in Guangzhou

The Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center confirmed over the weekend that a married couple from Macau has recently been diagnosed with Covid-19 in Guangzhou, the provincial capital of neighboring

Rice wholesalers assure government of ample supply

The local government has said that rice wholesalers in the city have guaranteed the supply of rice after reports of shortages began to surface online over the weekend. The Economic Services

Last method of HK-Macau public transportation halted

The shuttle bus service between Macau and Hong Kong known as the ‘Golden Bus’ service is halted from today until further notice, the operator of the bus has announced. The

Car crashes into Cultural Affairs Bureau HQ

A car crashed into the sidewall of the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) Headquarters Building, located in Tap Seac Square, in the early hours of Friday morning. The accident resulted in

Top court sides with political scientist

Macau’s top court has ruled in favor of an appeal filed by a political scientist who says he was unfairly dismissed from his position at the University of Saint Joseph

Affordable housing scheme to retain age requirement at 18 for family applicants

The SAR government has decided to retain entry age policies concerning family applications for affordable houses at a minimum of 18 years old. This morning, the First Standing Committee had a

Briefs | Non-permanent residents included in work subsidy

The SAR government is including non-permanent residents into this year’s work income temporary subsidy. Applications for the subsidy remain the same. Qualified residents can get a maximum of 5,000 patacas

Hong Kong faces delay in giving cash away

Hong Kong was ahead of most of the world when in February it announced a handout of almost $1,300 to residents suffering from a recession worsened by the coronavirus. By

Spain virus cases pass Italy, where daily deaths are falling

Spain’s Covid-19 cases surpassed Italy as Europe’s two main epicenters continue to struggle to curtail the virus, with Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez announcing plans to extend the country’s lockdown until

This Day in history | 1994 Rwanda presidents’ plane ‘shot down’

The presidents of the African states of Rwanda and Burundi have been killed in a plane crash near the Rwandan capital, Kigali. Juvenal Habyarimana of Rwanda and Burundi’s Cyprian Ntayamira were

Africa braces for ‘complete collapse of economies’

Some of Uganda’s poorest people used to work here, on the streets of Kampala, as fruit sellers sitting on the pavement or as peddlers of everything from handkerchiefs to roasted

Football | Union: 30% pay cut for EPL players would harm health service

English Premier League players failed to reach an agreement on Saturday with clubs to take 30% pay cuts during the coronavirus pandemic, escalating a bitter public row as their union

The Buzz | Mexican author calls on writers to ‘document’ pandemic

Cooped up at her Bronx home with her daughter and a niece because of the coronavirus pandemic, Mexican writer Valeria Luiselli says she has lowered the “volume and speed” of

Asian Americans mobilize on social media to face off attacks

Kyle Navarro was kneeling down to unlock his bicycle when he noticed an older white man staring at him. Navarro, who is Filipino, tried to ignore him, but that soon

World Briefs

  CHINA Wang Quanzhang, a well-known Chinese rights lawyer, was released from prison yesterday after being held for more than four years, his wife said. It was unclear whether he would

World Views | What I learned from trying to cut my own hair

  Writing to shareholders this week, BlackRock Inc.s chief executive officer Larry Fink ruminated on how business and society will be reshaped by the searing experience of the new coronavirus: “People

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