Lawmakers squabble about dress code when there is none

During the meeting, Sulu Sou wore a short-sleeve white t-shirt with the inscription “People Will Not Forget”. The slogan is related to the June Fourth incident. Chan’s opinion occurred during the

Health authority hints Covid-19 is here to stay in the long-term

Macau must adapt its coronavirus response for the long-term, Dr. Alvis Lo Iek Long, medical director of the public Conde São Januário Hospital, said at yesterday’s daily health briefing in

Education | At least six cases of teacher dismissal counted by DSEJ

The director of the Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEJ), Lou Pak Sang, has acknowledged that the DSEJ has so far received six complaints from teachers in relation to the

Zhuhai residents unhappy with test price double standards

Zhuhai local residents have been dissatisfied with the double standards applied to Macau and Zhuhai residents by the Zhuhai government for some time now. Earlier this week, the Zhuhai Hygiene and

Briefs | Dead dolphin found in Coloane waters

Following the sighting of a dolphin off the coast from the Kun Iam Statue in the city’s NAPE District two days ago, the Marine and Water Bureau (DSAMA) was notified

Gaming | Deal between SJM and Grand Emperor extended for 2 years

A satellite casino arrangement between gaming concessionaire SJM Holdings Ltd and the Grand Emperor Hotel has been extended for another two years. The service agreement was signed by Tin Hou Ltd,

Briefs | Hengqin gas supply to Macau surged in March and April

  Hengqin’s natural gas supply to Macau increased 80% in March and April compared to the same period last year, according to Gongbei’s customs authority. In the first month of 2020,

Gaming | Galaxy reports 61% revenue crunch, while Melco’s falls 41%

Melco Resorts & Entertainment reported its unaudited financial results yesterday showing revenue fell 41% in year-on-year terms to $810 million (MOP6.4 billion) in the first quarter of 2020. Meanwhile, its

Banco Delta Asia scores in the battle against FinCEN

Stanley Au’s Delta Asia Financial Group (Banco Delta Asia) has achieved a partial victory in its dispute against the U.S. Treasury Department of Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). According to a

Hong Kong’s economic crisis just keeps getting worse

On the ninth floor of a building near Hong Kong’s old Kai Tak airport, Kung Fu master Lam Shu-shing teaches the Wing Chun technique to students, something he’s been doing

Tedros | UN health agency chief unbowed amid attacks, Trump criticism

The World Health Organization’s director-general has faced many challenges during the coronavirus pandemic: racial slurs, death threats, social media caricatures — he was once depicted as a ventriloquist’s dummy in

Opinion | Rising to challenges

  The novel coronavirus has become a catalyst for change. Shocking death tolls and severe economic headwinds have compelled countries and world leaders to reflect on the state of our multilateral

Mass testing to begin in Wuhan amid fears of virus comeback

At least one community in the Chinese city of Wuhan was to begin testing residents for the new coronavirus yesterday after officials were given 10 days to test everyone in

This Day in History | 1957 Britain drops its first H-bomb

Details of the bomb, described only as a “nuclear device”, are sketchy. The term “device” indicates that it was an experimental explosive rather than a fully developed weapon. It was almost

FBI says Chinese hackers might be targeting virus researchers

Organizations conducting research into COVID-19 may be targeted by computer hackers linked to the Chinese government, according to the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security. Neither agency cited any specific

Virus spikes could emerge weeks after US economic reopenings

U.S. states are beginning to restart their economies after months of paralyzing coronavirus lockdowns, but it could take weeks until it becomes clear whether those reopenings will cause a spike

Why open a store? Chinese merchants go livestreaming instead

At the height of China’s coronavirus outbreak, the skincare-products maker Forest Cabin closed more than half of its 300 stores across the nation as shoppers stayed home. With sales plunging,

Staycation offers from Sheraton, The St. Regis

The Sheraton Grand Macao and The St. Regis Macao, Cotai Strip are offering Staycation packages for locals from now until June 30, 2020. The packages include a one-night stay in a

SCL volunteers help with school sanitization

A group of Sands Cares Ambassadors (SCA) has helped to clean and sanitize Concordia School of Special Education as part of Sands China’s cleaning initiative for local schools and its

The Buzz | Reports: Chinese Super League set to kick off in late June

The Chinese Super League is reportedly set to kick off in the last week of June, two weeks after lower-tier leagues are scheduled to begin in the wake of the

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