IC kicks off third heritage evaluation on 12 real properties

The public consultation period to list a third batch of real properties as legal heritage starts today and will go until January 23, 2021, the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) announced

Activist group calls for classification of Rainha Dona Leonor

The non-profit activist group Docomomo Macau has once again called for support from the public and government for the conservation of one of Macau’s oldest housing blocks — the Rainha

Residents considering purchasing properties in the UK, Portugal on the rise

JML Property is seeing a rise in interest from locals looking to purchase properties in the UK and Portugal – despite the economy being badly hit by Covid-19. The real estate

GEG Macau Cup – 12th Youth National Education Competition Concluded

Believing that “education engenders a strong country,” since 2009, Galaxy Entertainment Group (“GEG”) has joined the National Education (Macau) Association in organizing the annual Youth National Education Competition, which

IAM rebuts resident’s statement on missing dog

The Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) clarified that dogs that were reported missing are not part of the stray dogs that the bureau has recently caught. The statement comes after a group,

Crime | PJ discovers drug trafficking case

  The Judiciary Police (PJ) has apprehended three suspects accused of drug trafficking, PJ reported yesterday. The three suspects are all Filipino nationals. The first suspect, named Tabora, is 22 years old

Gaming | Morgan Stanley: Casino industry will stay ‘medium-term bullish’

Morgan Stanley confirmed Macau’s casino sector will remain “medium-term bullish,” given the pent-up demand for leisure activities among mainland travelers and the enduring impracticability of travelling abroad at the moment. “We

Briefs | Gov’t owned company law to undergo public consultation

The Macau Public Assets Supervision and Planning Office has revealed that the bureau will organize a public consultation on the law concerning government owned companies. According to the bureau, it

CTM to invest MOP2b in 5G infrastructure

Telecommunications company Companhia de Telecomunicações de Macau (CTM) is ready to invest around 2 billion patacas in the city’s 5G network, the company’s Vice President for Commercial Affairs, Ebel Cham,

Taiwan | Tsai launches production of domestically made sub

Taiwan’s president inaugurated the production of domestically made submarines yesterday in the southern city of Kaohsiung, in a step forward for the island’s defense strategy at a time of elevated

This day in history | 1963 John F Kennedy is laid to rest

An estimated 800,000 Americans lined the streets to watch the coffin’s procession from the Capitol, where the president’s body had lain in state since yesterday. The crowd stood in silence, punctuated

USA | Biden transition gets gov’t OK after Trump out of options

The federal government recognized President-elect Joe Biden as the “apparent winner” of the Nov. 3 election, formally starting the transition of power after President Donald Trump spent weeks testing the

Trade | There’s $500 million of coal on anchored ships off China’s coast

More than $500 million worth of Australian coal is on ships anchored off Chinese ports, as a diplomatic spat between the two countries cuts into trade, idles a portion of

Wynn co-holds Chinese calligraphy exhibition

The Wynn Care Foundation and the Faculty of Humanities and Arts of Macau University of Science and Technology jointly invited Huang Xiangming, the young calligrapher and award nominee of the

Sands China awards long-serving team members

Sands China Ltd. honoured 640 team members for reaching their 15-year milestones with the company, and 309 for their 10-year anniversaries, with Nov. 11 recognition ceremonies at The Parisian Macao, entitled “Our

Medvedev, Thiem get tennis set for intriguing 2021

No one thinks it’s time to write off Novak Djokovic or Rafael Nadal — or even Roger Federer — just yet. Well, they shouldn’t, anyway. Still, the season-ending ATP Finals set

The Buzz | Philippines targets 60 million for vaccination

Philippine officials say about 60 million Filipinos are being targeted for vaccination against the coronavirus next year at a cost of more than 73 billion pesos ($1.4 billion) to develop

Hong Kong to close bars, nightclubs from tomorrow due to virus

Hong Kong will shutter bars, nightclubs and bathhouses from tomorrow until Dec. 2 as concerns rise about a new wave of Covid-19 cases in the Asian financial hub. The government will

World Views | Progressives may not like Biden’s foreign policy

Shortly after President-elect Joe Biden clinched his party’s nomination in May, a group of 50 progressive organizations sent his campaign a letter urging him to commit to a broad agenda of foreign

Wednesday, November 25, 2020 – edition no. 3665

— Residents purchasing properties in the United Kingdom and Portugal are on the rise * Activist group calls for classification of Rainha Dona Leonor block * IC kicks off third heritage evaluation

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