Macau sees rise in population density in 2019

The population density of Macau, one of the most densely populated places in the world, has risen to 20,400 people per square kilometer of land, according to the government’s Statistics

Young couple faces criminal charges due to fraud case

  A young Macau couple is facing criminal charges for an alleged scam concerning the delivery of department store vouchers. The main suspect in this case is the husband, aged 34,

Lawmaker concerned about employees of offshore organizations

Lawmaker Lei Chan U has asked the local government for an update on the operation of offshore organizations in Macau, more specifically on the future of the employees working for

Higher education | Ho Iat Seng aims to turn universities into businesses

The Macau government aims to turn higher education into a new industry that can contribute to the local economy. The information was revealed in a reply from Chief Executive Ho

Policy Address | CE prefers to study universal suffrage at a better time

  One of the topics that lawmaker Sulu Sou considers missing from Ho Iat Seng’s Policy Address for 2020 is political reform. Questioning the Chief Executive (CE) at the Legislative Assembly question

Policy Address | No plan yet for 85 square kilometers of new waters

Macau Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has said that his administration still does not have a plan to define the next steps in the use of 85 square kilometers of

Public still asked to wear masks, even if supply scheme ends

After hinting that the centralized mask supply scheme might come to an end in the future, Lo Iek Long, medical director of the Conde São Januário Hospital, clarified that the

Propaganda piece features Macau woman and her good mainland life

The People’s Daily has published a feature story about a young woman born in Macau who has been fighting the coronavirus at its source in Wuhan. The story seeks to

Hong Kong dollar reaches lower limit for first time since 2016

Hong Kong’s currency strengthened to the limit of its trading band for the first time since 2016, increasing the likelihood of intervention by the city’s de facto central bank. To defend

Hong Kong | Carrie Lam replaces five ministers in cabinet reshuffle

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam replaced five senior officials, including the minister overseeing ties with Beijing, in the biggest cabinet reshuffle since hundreds of thousands of demonstrators took to

China ponders late May date for NPC after virus forced delay

China is considering holding its highest-profile annual political meeting in late May, according to people familiar with the matter, after it was postponed for the first time in decades amid

Wuhan embraces Yangtze River as virus-hit city reopens

Bathed in golden late-afternoon light, Chen Enting snapped a photo of his ticket to commemorate his first ferry ride across the Yangtze River after a 76-day quarantine ended in the

This Day in History | 1984 Scientist finds Aids virus

The discovery of a virus which may cause Aids, the fatal disease sweeping through America, has been hailed as a “monumental breakthrough” in medical research. The development was announced in Washington

Trump says ‘we don’t know’ how Kim Jong Un is doing

U.S. President Donald Trump said he doesn’t know about Kim Jong Un’s health after American and South Korean officials gave differing accounts on the North Korean leader’s condition after he

The Art of Giving | Modern philanthropy and globalization

A virus that vanishes with some droplets of soap has put the world into lockdown, caused national health systems to collapse, created one of the greatest depressions in modern times

Snapchat says app usage accelerating with people in lockdown

Snapchat’s parent company reported a jump in daily users and said it expects to keep growing as people turn to messaging apps to stay connected during the coronavirus pandemic. Shares

Pandemic and chill | Netflix adds a cool 16 million subscribers

Netflix picked up nearly 16 million global subscribers during the first three months of the year, helping cement its status as one of the world’s most essential services in times

The Buzz | China calls virus lawsuit brought by US state ‘very absurd’

China yesterday slammed a lawsuit brought against it by the U.S. state of Missouri over the coronavirus pandemic as “very absurd.” Foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said the legal action has

As people stay home, Earth turns wilder and cleaner

An unplanned grand experiment is changing Earth. As people across the globe stay home to stop the spread of the new coronavirus, the air has cleaned up, albeit temporarily. Smog stopped

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NORTH KOREA is saying nothing so far about outside media reports that leader Kim Jong Un may be unwell and there’s renewed worry about who’s next in line to run

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