Q&A: Rodrigo Brum Deputy Secretary-General of Forum Macao | ‘Forum Macao has accomplished much, but challenges remain to coordinate member states’

Rodrigo Brum, Deputy Secretary-General of the Permanent Secretariat of Forum Macao appointed by the Portuguese-speaking countries, completed his extended term at the organization this week. In his final days at Forum

Former Secretary-General appointed China Ambassador

The former Secretary-General of the Forum for Economic and Trade Co-operation between China and Portuguese- speaking Countries (Forum Macao), Xu Yingzhen, has been appointed as the new Ambassador of China to

Academics say pandemic control should not come at price of economy

A group of academics that gathered yesterday at a University of Macau seminar to discuss suggestions for the upcoming Policy Address agreed that the success of pandemic control in Macau

Finance secretary currently working on two gov’t budgets

Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong said yesterday after a public event that he is working on both the amended version of this year’s budget and the budget

Fantastic Fun And Learning Cultural Activities For Your Kids At MGM COTAI

Are you looking for some quality time to spend with your children? Come to MGM COTAI to fully awake your creative senses during weekends. Kids Imagination activities

Briefs | Two men sentenced to jail on probation for drunk driving

  The court has recently sentenced two men to prison time with probationary periods on charges of drunk driving, along with suspending their driving licenses. In the early morning on October

Investment in public infrastructure should proceed amid budget cuts, say commentators

  Although the budget of nearly all government bureaus is being reduced due to the economic downturn caused by Covid-19, commentators say that now is still a good time for the

MELCO: Supporting local SMEs through times of challenge

Melco Resorts & Entertainment has generated more than MOP 2.6 million since January 2020 for local small and medium enterprises (SMEs) through its innovative roadshows with colleagues as part of

Gaming | Sands China records net loss of $562 million in Q3

  Gaming operator Sands China has reported a net loss of $562 million in the third quarter of this year, up from the $549 million loss recorded in the second quarter. During

11 arrested for illegal fishing on HKZMB

Eleven “fishing enthusiasts” were recently arrested for unauthorized fishing on a pier of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (HKZMB). Twenty-six fishing rods and five foam boxes of fish have been seized

Anti-graft body detects three cases of residency obtained through deception

The Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) has detected three cases involving the use of forged documents to apply for residency through investment immigration. The applicant in one of the cases was found

Woman sent to hospital after struck by falling canopy

A falling piece of a building exterior struck a woman yesterday afternoon who was walking on a street in the ZAPE area. The incident occurred on a pedestrianized street adjacent to

T1 hoisted as SMG expects typhoon to come closer to Macau tomorrow

The Meteorological and Geophysical Bureau(SMG) hoisted Typhoon Signal No.1 at 6 p.m. today and will remain in effect until dawn. Typhoon Saudel is located about 590km south-southeast of Macau and is

HSBC’s iconic Hong Kong lions make return in subdued city

Damaged and defaced during tumultuous protests at the start of this year, the two bronze lion statues standing guard outside HSBC Holdings Plc’s main office in Hong Kong have made

China criticizes US media controls as ‘political oppression’

China’s government yesterday demanded Washington stop “political oppression” of Chinese media after more were ordered to register as foreign missions but gave no indication how Beijing might retaliate. The order Wednesday,

US approves $1 billion in new arms sales to Taiwan

The Trump administration has approved the sale of more than a billion dollars worth of advanced weaponry for Taiwan in a move that will enrage China and further exacerbate tensions

Thailand | Gov’t cancels emergency decree in bid to calm protests

Thailand’s government yesterday canceled a state of emergency it had declared last week for Bangkok in a gesture offered by the embattled prime minister to cool student-led protests seeking democracy

This Day in History | 1951 Churchill denies ‘warmonger’ claims

The Conservative leader, Winston Churchill, has wound up his election campaign with a hard-hitting speech in which he vigorously denied accusations of warmongering. The former prime minister, who is bidding to

Viewers’ Guide | After chaotic debate, Trump, Biden try again

After meeting last month in perhaps the most chaotic debate in modern history, President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, will take the stage this morning to

Taste of Edesia | Taste of home

Many city dwellers do not have patience for a long lunch during most days. While eating fast food is cheap and saves time, nutritional values might have to be compromised.

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