2020 Grand Prix’s Formula 3 race replaced by FIA F4

The 2020 Macau Grand Prix will be held between 19-22 November without the international Formula 3 race, the president of the Sports Bureau Pun Weng Kun announced today (Friday). Macau’s

Mi Jian left policy research bureau: reports

Mi Jian ended his single mandate as director of the Policy Research and Regional Development Bureau (DSEPDR) in August, local media has reported. According to a statement from the

Gaming | Experts say there is no possibility of online casino liberalization

Liberalizing online gaming in the Macau SAR has been labeled unachievable despite it being a possible way to diversify the city’s gaming options, gaming experts have noted. In an

SSM denies accusation of sponsoring non-local’s healthcare

The Health Bureau (SSM) has denied sponsoring a Malaysian national who is said to have received a medical service in the Macau SAR. According to a statement released by the SSM,

Crime | Police arrest man accused of serial sex harassment

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has arrested a 24-year-old Macau recidivist for another sexual harassment case, with the victim in this case a male student. Yesterday, the PJ sent out a statement

Government says four centimeter building crack not abnormal

The Land, Public Works and Transport Bureau (DSSOPT) has indicated that there is no abnormality in the building where a gaping four centimeter-wide crack suddenly appeared. Recently, residents of Mei Lok

Lai Chi Vun shipyards, Iec Long factory to partially open to public

After revitalization works, the old Lai Chi Vun shipyards in Coloane and the site of the former Iec Long Firecrackers Factory in Taipa will partially open to the public, the

Central Library project back to old Hotel Estoril

The new Central Library will be built on the land plot of the former Hotel Estoril at Tap Seac Square, returning to its original chosen location after a public consultation

Dismissed blue card holders face new hurdle in job search

Some non-resident workers who were forced to give up their blue cards due to the closure of companies caused by the economic downturn are facing difficulties in finding new work,

Street sales to face stricter regulations

The Macau SAR government intends to establish stricter regulations against street selling in order to protect consumers. Yesterday, the local government presented the fourth version of the amendment of the Consumer

MGM Community Care Campaign Enlightens the Younger Generation

As part of MGM’s effort to build a diverse and inclusive society, the “MGM Community Care Campaign” was held for the 9th consecutive year to spread warmth and

Covid-19 test still needed for some events, says Health Bureau

The Health Bureau, on behalf of the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center, reiterated at yesterday’s press conference that the requirement for Covid-19 nucleic acid testing in the case of

China denounces US visa revocations as racial discrimination

U.S. move to revoke the visas of about 1,000 Chinese students amounts to “outright political persecution and racial discrimination,” China’s foreign ministry said yesterday. The statement from spokesperson Zhao Lijian came

This Day in History | 2001 US rocked by day of terror

The United States is in a state of shock after a day of attacks which have left thousands dead and New York’s World Trade Center destroyed. The Pentagon was also severely

9/11 | In a year of social distancing, virus alters remembrance of attack, too

In a year when the coronavirus pandemic has reshaped countless American rituals, even the commemoration of 9/11 could not escape unchanged. The 19th anniversary of the terror attacks will be marked

Hong Kong’s Sun Hung Kai sees more headwinds amid pandemic

Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd., Hong Kong’s biggest developer, reported earnings that missed analysts’ estimates and said it sees more economic headwinds from the pandemic and rising U.S.-China tensions. Underlying earnings,

Huawei revs up Android substitute as US curbs hit phone sales

Huawei Technologies Co. introduced a more polished and expansive iteration of its HarmonyOS, the operating system it’s developing to replace Android and help China’s largest technology company navigate increasingly strict

Drive In | Live-action ‘Mulan’ is gorgeous but short on magic

Out of all of Disney’s animated films, “ Mulan “ was the one that made the most sense as a live-action remake. Not that there haven’t been good and charming

The Buzz | Official claims pressure to alter US Homeland Security intel

A Department of Homeland Security official said in a whistleblower complaint that he was pressured by more senior officials to suppress facts in intelligence reports that President Donald Trump might

One good thing | Volunteers feed Covid-19 patients, doctors in Nepal hospital

From his pharmacy outside Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, Bikram Bhadel saw what happened when coronavirus lockdowns closed the facility’s cafeteria and nearby cafes. “Every day I watched the patients, their families,

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