Another typhoon threatens to affect Macau later this week

A tropical depression currently developing to the east of the Philippines will enter the South China Sea in the next few days and intensify later in the week, according to

CESL Asia awards 35 participants in drawing contest

The CESL Asia Social Investment 20th Anniversary drawing contest themed “How to Grow a Beautiful City” has awarded 35 children who participated in the contest. The competition received over 100 artwork

Catholic association launches website to promote historical culture

The Macao Catholic Culture Association has launched its In a statement, the association said that the website aims to build a foundation of mutual understanding from a cultural perspective, continuing

UNU Macau to open heritage building to public for first time

The United Nations University Institute in Macau (UNU Macau) will be opening its heritage building, Casa Silva Mendes, to the public this weekend for the first time, according to the

Hengqin’s Golden Week visitors outnumbered Macau’s 3 to 1

  The Hengqin district of Zhuhai received nearly three times as many visitors as Macau during Golden Week this year, totaling 450,000, up 36% compared to the same period last year. The

Briefs | Chief Executive extends validity of AIDS Commission

  The Chief Executive has extended the validity of the AIDS Commission, an entity managed by the Health Bureau, for three years. The Commission will exist until November 21, 2023, at

Youngster accused of profiting from prostitution

A local 22-year-old male has been arrested by the Public Security Police Force (PSP) under suspicion of aiding and profiting from the work of at least two mainland prostitutes, the

Briefs | Sexagenarian accused of ‘blackmailing’ woman who lost ID

  A 63-year-old woman, who is a resident of Macau, is being charged for attempting to sell an identification card back to a mainland woman who lost her document at the

PJ arrests suspect in fake loan-sharking case

A 36-year-old man from the mainland has been arrested by the Judiciary Police (PJ) while attempting to reenter Macau. He was detained on the suspicion of having collaborated with another

IAS announces resumption of subsidized nursery services

All subsidized nursery facilities will be allowed to resume classes gradually from November 3, Choi Sio Un, head of the Social Assistance Department of the Social Welfare Bureau (IAS), confirmed

Grand Prix racers, visitors to face same restrictions as everyone else

The Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center was questioned yesterday whether it was really viable to hold the Macau Grand Prix given that neighboring cities are seeing new imported cases

Taiwanese diplomat hurt in scuffle with China officials in Fiji

Chinese diplomats injured one of their Taiwanese counterparts during a scuffle in Fiji earlier this month, a senior Taiwanese official said, highlighting rising concerns over Beijing’s aggressive tactics as part

Beijing accuses Canada of condoning alleged anti-China remarks

China said yesterday that it has complained to Canada for allegedly condoning anti-China comments that appeared in Canadian media following controversial remarks made by the Chinese ambassador. Ties between the countries

India army apprehends Chinese soldier amid standoff

The Indian army said it apprehended a Chinese soldier yesterday in the remote Ladakh region, where the two countries are locked in a monthslong military standoff along their disputed mountain

Pandemic | World struggles as confirmed Covid-19 cases pass 40 million

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases across the planet has surpassed 40 million, but experts say that is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the true

China’s economy plows on as world’s only major growth engine

China’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic continued in the third quarter and showed signs of broadening in September as consumer spending accelerated, keeping the economy on track to be the

This Day in History | 1988 New law could erode right to silence

The British Government has announced plans to change the law regarding a suspect’s right to remain silent so that remaining silent could incriminate rather than protect a suspect. The change would

Wynn holds award ceremony for national drawing competition

Co-organized by Wynn Resorts (Macau) S.A. and the National Conditions Education (Macau) Association, the fourth ‘Wynn Cup – Macau Primary School Student National Education Drawing Competition’ award ceremony was held

Pansy Ho recounts experience of pioneering cultural tourism

Co-Chairperson and Executive Director of MGM China, Pansy Ho, was a guest speaker in the “New Concept, New Mindset, New Development” sharing session held on October 17, where she recounted

Cycling | Vuelta hopes to emulate Tour success with zero infections

The Spanish Vuelta cycling race starts today amid tight health restrictions in the hopes of avoiding the coronavirus infections that have knocked some riders, including top contenders, out of the

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