Basketball | Macau mulled as major venue for East Asia Super League

Debuting next year, the East Asia Super League (EASL) is eyeing Macau as one of the stops on its Asian tour, the organizers have revealed to the Times, with the

Russian opposition leader Navalny in coma after alleged poisoning

Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny is in a coma and on a ventilator in a hospital intensive care unit after falling ill from suspected poisoning that his allies believe is

Asia Today: India has record high of 69,000 more infections

India counted another record high of new coronavirus infections today (Thursday) as it ramped up testing to more than 900,000 a day. The 69,652 new cases pushed India's total past 2.8

Driver flees scene after colliding with motorbikes

  The Public Security Police Force (PSP) has reported a motor accident where the responsible driver fled the scene. According to the PSP, the incident was reported at 1 a.m. on

New border building damaged by Higos

A picture went viral on social media yesterday, depicting parts of the roof of the new Hengqin border checkpoint building reportedly damaged by typhoon Higos. The new building was officially opened

Macau spared from severe damage as typhoon Higos sweeps through

Macau has been spared from severe damage, injuries, and casualties during the overnight passage of typhoon Higos. Although many incidents were reported and account for some property damage, the category

Falling hotel ceiling injures three at integrated resort

An incident related to a falling piece of ceiling at a Macau integrated resort has injured three people, according to a report by the Fire Services Bureau. At 4 a.m. yesterday,

Three slot machine rooms closed in anticipation of flooding

Three slot machine rooms operated by Mocha Clubs requested permission to close as a consequence of the typhoon Higos. The company made the request to the Gaming Inspection and Coordination

Government recovers land plot in Coloane

  The Macau SAR government has recovered one land plot in Coloane, according to an official decree signed by the Secretary for Transport and Public Works. The land plot is the

Gov’t declines to predict Golden Week visitor numbers

The immigration authorities of Macau and Zhuhai declined to estimate the number of visitor arrivals through the new Hengqin Port during the upcoming Chinese National Day holiday in the first

Study finds genetic susceptibility shared among ancestry

A research team consisting of professors from the Macau University of Science and Technology has showed that there is a substantial shared genetic susceptibility to one type of diabetes among

IC calls for Macanese cuisine recipe submissions

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) has launched an international call for Macanese cuisine recipes, aiming to develop the city’s Macanese cuisine database. According to a statement issued by the IC, the

Briefs | Man from Hong Kong found dead in hotel room

  A 42-year-old man from Hong Kong, surnamed Kwok, was found hanging and dead in a hotel room on Avenida de Amizade yesterday, the Judiciary Police has reported. The law-enforcement entity

China Daily | TikTok case reflects bitterly on US

  On Friday, U.S. President Donald Trump gave Chinese company ByteDance 90 days to divest itself of any assets used to support the popular short video-sharing app TikTok in the United

Typhoon adds to southern China’s rain and flooding woes

China suffered a double blow yesterday of flooding and landslides from unusually heavy seasonal rains and a typhoon that came ashore on its southern coast. Five people were missing in Yunnan

A US WeChat ban could hurt many in America, not just China

For millions of people in the U.S. who use the Chinese app WeChat, it’s a lifeline to friends, family, customers and business contacts in China. That lifeline is now under attack

Wuhan pool parties bring post-coronavirus relief in China

For more than two months, the 11 million residents of Wuhan endured a strict lockdown as coronavirus raced around the city in central China. Now, some are letting loose en masse

This Day in History | 1970 Bobby Moore cleared of stealing

The England soccer captain, Bobby Moore, has been cleared of stealing an emerald bracelet in Colombia. Moore, who captained England to World Cup victory in 1966, was accused of taking the

UN crisis looms as US readies demand for Iran sanctions

After a resounding defeat in the U.N. Security Council, the United States is poised to call for the United Nations to reimpose sanctions on Iran under a rarely used diplomatic

Analysis | Oracle’s improbable TikTok talks have a simple explanation: data

Oracle Corp.’s preliminary interest in making a bid for TikTok, on first glance, looks like an awkward fit - the 43-year-old software giant best known for legacy corporate databases and

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