Sands China participates in new responsible gaming promotion

Sands China Ltd. recently supported the Youth Volunteers Association of Macao (AJVM) in a new responsible gaming training initiative, where parents and their children practiced and performed a short drama

Olympics | Organizers, IOC trying to remove doubts over Tokyo games

The International Olympic Committee and Japanese organizers are trying to convince the public that the postponed Tokyo Olympics will take place next year despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Tokyo organizing committee CEO

Cycling | Remaining Tour riders cleared of virus but not director

The remaining Tour de France riders were cleared to continue racing ahead of the Stage 10 after undergoing COVID-19 tests, but the Tour director tested positive and left the race. Less

The Buzz | China tension may hit half of Australia’s benchmark stock index

The ongoing deterioration of Australia’s relationship with its largest trading partner is seen impacting banks, consumer firms and tourism-related stocks that make up almost half the weight of the nation’s

Beijing proposes global data rules to counter US moves on TikTok

China yesterday outlined a slate of rules designed to prevent foreign governments from acquiring data stored locally, seeking to counter Washington’s accusations that services like TikTok and WeChat share sensitive

World Views | For Gulf Arab states, China is a temporary friend

At a time of American retrenchment from the Middle East, there’s a tendency in foreign-policy circles to overestimate China’s influence in the region, even an expectation that it will take on some

Wednesday, September 9, 2020 – edition no. 3615

  * Xi declares victory over pandemic * Parents, nurseries unhappy with gov’t U-turns * Hong Kong to loosen public gathering limits as cases fall * Forum Macao delegates and officials highlight personal qualities

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