Galaxy donates MOP600,000 to Tung Sin Tong for the 17th consecutive year

Yesterday, delegates of Tung Sin Tong, including President Jose Chui Sai Peng and Directors Charles Choy, Terry Sio, and Carlos Lam visited the corporate office of GEG and

Policy Address | Ho Iat Seng admits flaws in bureaus’ recent guidelines

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng admitted that several bureaus have committed flaws in their decision to ban local sporting activities last week. The Health Bureau (SSM), the Sports Bureau (ID) and

Governance is constantly happening: HIS

It is the government’s responsibility to make progress in its work and such works cannot wait, Chief Executive (CE) Ho Iat Seng said yesterday in his reply to questions from

Policy Address | CE warns residents to brace themselves for 2021

The current economic and social situation is not likely to show significant improvement in the next year, forecasted Chief Executive (CE) Ho Iat Seng during yesterday’s presentation of the government’s

Gaming | VIP baccarat revenue sees 56% uptick in Q3

The gross gaming revenue (GGR) from VIP baccarat was recorded at MOP2.34 billion in the third quarter (Q3) of 2020, a sharp increase of nearly 56% from MOP1.5 billion in

Briefs | Corpse washed ashore at Hac Sa Beach

  The Judiciary Police (PJ) has reported the discovery of a corpse yesterday morning, according to a message sent out by the police department. The person was a mainland resident in

Policy Address | Gov’t studying ways to refine national security law

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has stated in the Policy Address yesterday that an amendment would be made to Macau’s national security law, with a view to filling the voids

MP appeals for a harsher sentence on Jackson Chang

The Public Prosecutions Office (MP) has lodged an appeal against the sentence acquitting former president of the Macau Investment Trade Promotion Institute (IPIM), Jackson Chang, of bribery charges. Despite him being

Guia Circuit – almost untouched

Originally lengthened by a little over 6.28 km (3.9 miles), the final layout of the Guia Circuit was 6.2 km since the fifth edition of the Macau Grand Prix, in

On the road to gp | Interview | Nicholas Lai: Living a childhood dream

An illustrious unknown for those unfamiliar with the local motorsports’ panorama, Macau’s Nicholas Lai is set to move from the virtuality of the racing simulators to the reality of the

Crime | Women falsify police report after RMB500,000 loss to gambling

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has charged two mainland women with filing a false police report, the police department said yesterday during the joint police press conference. The two suspects, Wang, who

Suspect of multiple crimes apprehended

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has apprehended a suspect accused of committing multiple crimes, including robbery, assault, and usury, the PJ said during yesterday’s joint police press conference. The suspect is a

Hong Kong | Fire in apartment building kills 7, injures 11

Authorities in Hong Kong said at least seven people were killed and 11 injured in a fire at an apartment building that may have started at a gathering of people

Analysis | Crackdowns everywhere show Xi strengthening party grip on China

  The past few weeks have shown that Chinese President Xi Jinping can move extremely fast when he hones in on long-term threats to the Communist Party. And right now they

Covid pushes steep drop in foreign college students

Just two semesters short of earning a cybersecurity master’s degree in the U.S., Sai Naini is stuck in India, unsure what his future holds. He rushed home this summer after learning

Japan | Pandemic-hit economy returns to growth July-September

Japan’s economy grew at an annual rate of 21.4% in the last quarter in a recovery from the shocks of the pandemic driven by both private spending and exports. The world’s

This day in history | 1997 Egyptian militants kill tourists at Luxor

More than 60 people have been killed after an attack on a group of foreign tourists visiting a temple in southern Egypt. The tourists’ bus was fired on as they visited

Moldova | Pro-Western candidate Sandu wins presidential election

Maia Sandu, a former World Bank economist who favors closer ties with the European Union, has won Moldova’s presidential runoff vote, decisively defeating the staunchly pro-Russian incumbent, according to preliminary

UK | Boris in quarantine but declares himself fit, working

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said yesterday he is as “fit as a butcher’s dog” after being instructed to self-isolate for 14 days because he recently came in contact with

Korean air aims for top-10 world ranking with Asiana deal

South Korea’s two biggest airlines plan to merge, with Korean Air Lines Co. acquiring Asiana Airlines Inc. for 1.8 trillion won ($1.6 billion) following an injection via its parent, Hanjin

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