E-governance will soon allow most services to be delivered online: gov’t

In the future, residents will be able to access public services digitally without setting foot in a government office, or collect their registered post without showing up at a post

Briefs | One-third of continuing education license applications denied

  The Education and Youth Affairs (DSEJ) has denied 37% of applications for licenses to provide continuing education services. During a TDM radio program on Friday, the head of the DSEJ’s

IAM blames the public for wearing down facilities after washbasin accident

The President of the Municipal Bureau (IAM), José Maria da Fonseca Tavares, has blamed members of the public for the improper use of public facilities that some alleged were poorly

Urban Master Plan | Attendees at consultation session cautious about Nam Van height clearance

Several participants at the government’s second consultation session on the Master Urban Plan and the Light Rail Transit’s East Line voiced their disagreement with the building height clearance that would

MUST confers six honorary doctoral degrees

The Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) has awarded six people with honorary doctoral degrees. On Friday, MUST held the 2020/2021 Opening Ceremony and the Ceremony for the Conferment of

Ctrip names cities most interested in travel to Macau

  Mainland residents from Guangzhou, Zhuhai, Shenzhen, Shanghai, Beijing and Hong Kong show the highest interest in visiting Macau, according to the general manager of online travel agency Ctrip’s sales department

Macau GP | Organizer sets maximum of 5 team members per racer

The Macau Grand Prix Organizing Committee (MGPOC) has established five as the maximum number of team members that can accompany each driver or rider during this year’s Macau Grand Prix,

Traditional Tray Race held to mark World Tourism Day

To celebrate World Tourism Day, designated on September 27 annually, the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) organized several activities yesterday involving residents and visitors alike. In the afternoon, the government

World Press Photo | Macau only place in China to host exhibition, show sensitive HK images

The World Press Photo Exhibition 2020 kicked off in Macau last Friday at Casa Garden, its usual venue. According to organizers, it is the only city in Chinese territory to

China pushes emergency use of Covid vaccine despite concerns

After the first shot, he had no reaction. But Kan Chai felt woozy following the second dose of a Covid-19 vaccine approved for emergency use in China. “When I was driving

Netflix stands firm on its plan to adapt Chinese sci-fi novel

Netflix Inc. stood by its decision to adapt an award-winning Chinese science-fiction novel, after five Republican senators asked the streaming service to consider the implications of providing a platform to

Hong Kongers seek UK BNO passports in record numbers

  Hong Kong residents renewed or applied for British National (Overseas) passports in record numbers last year as anti-government protests erupted in the city, according to the South China Morning Post. The

This Day in History | 1964 Kennedy murder was ‘no conspiracy’

There was no conspiracy surrounding the death of President Kennedy but there were serious failures by those responsible for his protection, according to a government report. The 300,000-word document, prepared by

Trump caps judiciary remake with choice of Barrett

President Donald Trump has nominated Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, capping a dramatic reshaping of the federal judiciary that will resonate for a generation and that he

Football | EPL: VAR decisive in Real Madrid’s 3-2 win at 10-man Real Betis

Real Madrid had good reason to approve of the video assistant referee on Saturday. A handball that had gone unnoticed on the field was spotted by the VAR near the end

The Buzz | France vows to protect its Jewish community after stabbing

France’s interior minister promised yesterday to protect France’s Jewish community from extremists after a double stabbing in Paris blamed on Islamic terrorism. Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin visited a synagogue ahead of

Leaders to UN: If virus doesn’t kill us, climate change will

In a year of cataclysm, some world leaders at this week’s annual United Nations meeting are taking the long view, warning: If Covid-19 doesn’t kill us, climate change will. With Siberia

World Views | India needs to copy China better

  If India only reforms when under pressure, then now should be a moment for big changes: Gross domestic product contracted nearly 24% in the second quarter, more than any other

Monday, September 28, 2020 – edition no. 3628

* World Press Photo Exhibition — Macau is the only place in China to show sensitive exhibition highlighting protests from around the world * The President of the Municipal Affairs Bureau said

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