Association calls for salary protection in letter to CE

The New Macau Gaming Staff Rights Association, a local activist alliance, has implored the government to safeguard the wage entitlements of local casino workers, in a letter delivered on Friday

Local youth want expedited public housing construction: survey

Local youth are confident in the current government, but are pinning their hopes on it to speed up the construction of public housing, according to a poll jointly conducted by

Group urges continued investment by gov’t in central provident fund

A group of four representatives of the New Democratic Macau Association has urged the local government to maintain its investment in the city’s non-mandatory Central Provident Fund in 2021. Earlier this

Artistic circle describes late Master Mio as ‘standard setter’

Over the weekend, the passing of artistic master Mio Pang Fei stunned the creative circle of Macau. The master, who passed away at the age of 84 on November 13,

Gov’t calls off pandemic measures decision within hours

This past Friday night, the Times learned from a sports association that its training sessions over the weekend were forced to be called off due to a sudden restriction issued

77-year-old dies by suspected suicide in nursing home

  A 77-year-old local resident has reportedly committed suicide by hanging in the bathroom of his room at a nursing home located in Taipa, the Judiciary Police (PJ) reported on Friday

Sands China to hold shopping event

  Casino operator Sands China Ltd. will hold a shopping event, coined the Sands Mega Brand Sale, from November 26 to 29 at its Cotai Expo Hall A. The event will

Internal security law | Committee dubs security bill provision ‘too abstract’

Members of the Third Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly (AL) have requested that the local government further explain the dissuasion of security force personnel from participating in political or

Sulu Sou urges suspension of mainland teachers’ exchange program

Lawmaker Sulu Sou has urged the local government to suspend the “Outstanding Teachers from Mainland China to Macau for Exchange,” noting that mainland teachers are not familiar with Macau’s educational culture, institution and environment. On Friday, and

Food enthusiasts gather at festival amid social distancing measures

The 2020 Macau Food Festival is giving locals a chance to celebrate togetherness even whilst observing socially distancing measures. On the first Sunday since its opening, a deluge of local gourmets

Grand Prix kicks off with car show

The 67th edition of the Macau Grand Prix was officially inaugurated on Saturday with the launching of a racing car show at Tap Seac Square. As it has in the past

ASEAN, China, other partners set world’s biggest trade pact

China and 14 other countries agreed yesterday to set up the world’s largest trading bloc, encompassing nearly a third of all economic activity, in a deal many in Asia are

This day in History | 1983 England fans rampage in Luxembourg

More than 20 English football supporters have been arrested in Luxembourg after a night of violence. The fans are being held for drunkenness, fighting and stealing after England was knocked out

US secretary of state begins 7-nation tour in France

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo discussed “global challenges” with a handful of members of a Paris think tank Saturday at the start of a seven- country tour of Europe and

Diwali gold-buying frenzy missing on key day for Indian demand

Gold jewelry stores in India this year were less busy on the most auspicious day to buy the precious metal as higher prices and the impact of the coronavirus on

The Buzz | Egypt unveils ancient coffins, statues found in Saqqara

Egyptian antiquities officials announced the discovery of at least 100 ancient coffins, some with mummies inside, and around 40 gilded statues in a vast Pharaonic necropolis south of Cairo. Colorful, sealed

Vintage car show enlivens St. Lazarus District

A vintage car show presenting several generations of the famous Celica and Supra car models from Japanese manufacturer Toyota enlivened St. Lazarus District area on Saturday afternoon. The event, organized by

World Views | What’s the cheapest way to save all those phone photos?

If you’re used to storing your photos and videos for free in the Google cloud, then this week brought some bad news: The days of unlimited storage are numbered. From June

Monday, November 16, 2020 – edition no. 3658

— Artist Mio Pang Fei nurtured many generations of artists for the city – where many of them have become prominent * Gov’t flips within hours of pandemic measures decision * Gaming

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