China’s leaders vow to become self-reliant technology power

China's leaders are vowing to make their country a self-reliant "technology power" as a feud with Washington cuts access to U.S. computer chips and other high-tech components, hampering Beijing's industrial

ExCo | At least two youth activity centers eliminated under education bureau merger

The Adult Education Center and the University Student Activity Center will be eliminated when the new Education and Youth Development Bureau is inaugurated on February 1, 2021. The Executive Council

CCAC uncovers illegal acts involving two civil servants

The Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) has revealed that a Judiciary Police officer was suspected of accessing the immigration records of two people a number of times in 2019 for personal

Mak Soi Kun suggests planned economy strategy to reboot Macau

Lawmaker Mak Soi Kun has suggested that adopting a planned economy model in the communist style may be a way out of Macau’s current economic pain. During yesterday’s Legislative Assembly (AL)

Secretary pledges open policies for talented human resources

Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong has pledged that Macau will continue to import human resources and that the city will continue to have an open policy when

Gov’t considers new laws to solve water seepage problems

  The local government is considering establishing new laws to solve water seepage problems, according to Secretary for Administration and Justice André Cheong. During yesterday’s Legislative Assembly (AL) plenary meeting, several lawmakers

MGM sponsors mobile speech therapy vehicle for children with special needs

Yesterday, MGM launched the city’s first mobile therapy vehicle, “Ü CARE Moving Care and Service Shuttle,” which will travel to different parts of the Macau SAR to conduct speech therapy

Philippine casino sees ‘thrill’ factor luring Asian gamblers

PH Resorts Group Inc. expects its $465 million Emerald Bay casino in central Philippines to break even within seven years from its opening late next year. The casino that’s being built

Las Vegas vehicle traffic rises for first time since pandemic

The Vegas road trip, a cherished pastime of Californians, is making a comeback. The number of vehicles coming to Las Vegas along major highways rose 8.4% in September from the prior

Crime | 31 people arrested for mass credit card fraud

The Judiciary Police has busted a case of credit card abuse in a joint operation with the Hong Kong Police Force, with a total of 31 local people arrested. The police

Briefs | Environment bureau collects over 17,000 mooncake boxes

  During the first half of October, 17,500 mooncake boxes weighing about 6,340 kilograms were collected from nearly 850 mooncake box collection points, the Environmental Protection Bureau announced. The bureau has

China marks another step in virus rebound with Singapore opening Nov 6

Singapore will lift border restrictions on visitors from mainland China from Nov. 6, a further reminder that the nation where the coronavirus outbreak first began is firmly on the road

Taiwan marks 200 days without domestic Covid-19 infection

Taiwan hit 200 days without any domestically transmitted cases of COVID-19 yesterday, highlighting the island’s continued success at keeping the virus under control even as cases surge in other parts

Taiwan | Air force jet crashes into ocean, killing pilot

A Taiwanese F-5E fighter jet crashed during a training mission yesterday morning, killing the pilot, the Defense Ministry said. The cause of the crash remains unknown, but it underscores potential problems

Beijing blasts US charges against agents seeking man’s return

China yesterday accused the U.S. of seeking to smear Beijing’s efforts to pursue fugitives, a day after the Justice Department charged eight people with seeking to coerce a New Jersey

Pompeo, in Indonesia, renews China attacks as US vote looms

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo renewed the Trump administration’s rhetorical onslaught against China in Indonesia yesterday as the American presidential election looms. With China a central theme in President Donald

This Day in History | 1957 Lords to admit first women peers

The Government has unveiled plans to reform the House of Lords which include admitting women for the first time. Under the scheme, male and female life peerages will be created to

USA | Trump, Biden to appeal to last-minute voters in Florida

President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden are set to chase votes in Florida, a state all but essential to the Republican’s pathway to another term as both nominees

Macau Racing Tips: The Beverley 1050 Metres Sand 2020-10-30 | Fri | 20:05

  Race 3 bank Horse no. 7 Grexit in with Horse no.6 Vescer and Horse no. 11 The Macallen in your PQ bet. Davy

The Buzz | Concerns about virus on food imports are real, expert says

There is a real risk of cross-border coronavirus transmission through the $1.5 trillion global agri-food market, according to a scientist who has studied the phenomenon. It is possible that contaminated food

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