Policy Address | Gov’t hopes to open borders to ‘some foreign citizens’ once conditions stabilize

Secretary for Social Affairs and Culture, Elsie Ao Ieong, has expressed that she strongly desires to make contingencies to welcome some foreign citizens back into Macau, while responding to lawmaker

Urban Construction law | Additional guarantees for property buyers, ease on licensing for renovation works

The new Urban Construction Legal Regime includes additional guarantees for property buyers among its provisions, such as a 10-year warranty for the foundations and main structural elements of the building

Survey: 90% of young people regard private housing as extortionate

Around 90% of local young people believe that the price of private housing in Macau is extortionate, whilst 40% have been disgruntled with the government’s housing policy, a survey conducted

Taxi sector calls on gov’t to suspend smart terminal fee

A group of the city’s taxi drivers yesterday demanded the local government temporarily suspend charging taxi drivers for the smart terminal installed inside their vehicles. Lawmaker Agnes Lam accompanied six taxi

Briefs | PSP to add 350 bodycams

  The Public Security Police Force (PSP) is slated to provide 350 additional personal bodycams to supplement the current 400 that are in its workforce now. PSP Deputy Commissioner, Leong Heng

Int’l marathon to only see participants from Greater China region

Pun Weng Kun, President of the Sports Bureau (ID), disclosed that his department has received inquiries on registering for the 39th Macao International Marathon from abroad. The marathon that will be

Wynn Career Experience Program Writes A New Chapter for Macau Fresh Graduates

In August this year, Wynn launched a three-month workplace experience plan for new local graduates—”Wynn Career Experience Program for Fresh Graduates”—in full support of the Fresh Graduates Internship Program initiated

15-year-old fell to death from building, PJ reports

  A 15-year-old girl reportedly fell to her death from a building yesterday, the Fire Services Bureau notified the Judiciary Police (PJ) yesterday morning. After contacting the mother of the deceased, the

Private property committee calls for gov’t support

Yesterday, a group of more than 10 people delivered a petition to the government headquarters asking for support in private property management affairs. Lawmaker Sulu Sou accompanied the group. The group consisted

China hits out at US after report of new visa restrictions

China yesterday accused critics in the U.S. government of “an escalation of political suppression” against Beijing following a report of new visa restrictions on members of China’s ruling Communist Party

TASTE OF EDESIA | Seasonal delicacies 

Offering an exquisite dining experience at Studio City, Pearl Dragon is a one-Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant dedicated to culinary perfection. Showcasing refined provincial Chinese flavours, innovative creations and the finest delicacies

Morrison seeks conciliation in dispute with Beijing

A diplomatic war of words between Australia and China over a graphic tweet seemed to finally cool yesterday as Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison struck a much more conciliatory tone. Morrison’s

This day in history | 1961 Birth control pill ‘available to all’

Women who wish to have oral contraception will now be able to get it on the National Health Service. The Health Minister, Enoch Powell, made an announcement in the House of

Drive In | Reorienting the crime drama in ‘I’m Your Woman’

When it’s at its best, “I’m Your Woman” feels like you’ve slipped through a trap door, revealing a hidden pathway in an old genre apparatus. Everything looks familiar — this

WELLNESS | Winter skin miracle

Environmental factors such as low humidity and ultra violet rays affect the texture of skin in various manners. During winter, skin can easily become dull and lack luminosity. To improve

Macau Racing Tips | The Barnet 1510 Metres Sand 2020-12-05 | Sat | 15:10

Tuhao Choice is my idea of a winner for race 3 this Saturday. He is a talent sand horse which shown plenty of ability across his four starts this season,

Turkey announces vaccination plan for Chinese CoronaVac

Turkey’s health minister has announced a vaccination plan starting with an experimental “inactivated vaccine” later this month to combat the COVID-19 pandemic amid a surge in infections and deaths. Fahrettin Koca

World Views | Women take the lead in vaccine development

The early history of vaccines is a male-dominated field. The science, which is currently showing spectacular results, is now led by women. Therein lies a lesson about the allocation of

Friday, December 4, 2020 – edition no. 3672

— Beijing slams Washington following a report of new visa restrictions on members of the Chinese Communist Party and their immediate family members * Urban construction - New law makes it

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