UN experts: North Korea using cyber attacks to update nukes

North Korea has modernized its nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles by flaunting United Nations sanctions, using cyberattacks to help finance its programs and continuing to seek material and technology overseas

Gov’t dedicated to stronger crackdown on counterfeit drugs

The Macau SAR government is dedicated to cracking down on illicit trade involving counterfeit drugs made from herbs, the First Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly (AL) reiterated. Yesterday, the

VIVA MACAU | Lawmakers request gov’t’s explanation for public funds management

Lawmakers, particularly members of the Second Standing Committee of the Legislative Assembly (AL), have requested an explanation from the administration authority regarding public funds management. On Friday, members of the AL

Crime | Woman married local man to be a sex worker

Yesterday, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) reported details during the joint police press conference about a case in which a 36-year-old mainland woman married a local resident in order

Covid-19 | Vaccination for all residents kicks off on February 22

The vaccination for Covid-19 will be available for the general public as early as February 22, the Coordinator of the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center, Leong Iek Hou announced

Wong, Ao Ieong to receive Sinopharm shots today

The Secretary for Security Wong Sio Chak has signed up to take the Sinopharm Covid-19 vaccine today. On the sidelines of the meeting of the Second Standing Committee of the Legislative

University calls for promotion of mental health services

A recently published survey has found that 11.5% and 6.3% of residents have experienced moderate to severe symptoms of depression and anxiety, respectively, during the later stage of the epidemic

Education | UM to launch Master’s degree programs in fintech, microelectronics

The University of Macau (UM) is set to launch three new master’s degree programs in the 2021/2022 academic year, covering professional fields of financial technology and microelectronics. The new programs include

The Londoner opens, Wilfred Wong optimistic about business in CNY

President of Sands China Ltd, Wilfred Wong, has been undaunted by the pandemic and held faith in the forthcoming Lunar New Year, believing the traditional travel peak season would soon

This day in history | 1995 Space pioneers take first small steps

Michael Foale has become the first British-born American to walk in space. Dr Foale - originally from Lincolnshire - and Dr Bernard Harris, the first black astronaut, stepped out into the

Gov’t finalizes internet antitrust rules in just three months

China finalized rules to root out monopolistic practices in the internet industry just three months after unveiling the draft guidelines, underscoring the urgency of a campaign to rein in its

Australian leader dismisses reports of China-built city

The Australian prime minister yesterday dismissed as “speculative” reports that a Chinese company plans to build a new industrial island city near Australia’s porous sea border with Papua New Guinea. Hong

Luxury-jet market perks up as new buyers turn to private flying

A rebound in the luxury-jet market is gaining steam as more well-heeled customers turn to private flying because of the coronavirus pandemic, said the bankers who cater to buyers of

Tokyo 2020 | Opposition remains strong to Olympic Games after Mori remarks

Public opposition remains strong in Japan to holding the postponed Tokyo Olympics following derogatory remarks about women made last week by the head of the local organizing committee. A telephone survey

The Buzz | Mysterious monolith pops up near Turkish World Heritage site

Turkish authorities are investigating the appearance of a mysterious monolith in southeastern Turkey. The metal block was found by a farmer on Friday in Sanliurfa province with old Turkic script that

China arrests australian TV anchor on national security charge

China has formally arrested an Australian citizen who was formerly a news anchor for Chinese state television, escalating a case that has contributed to tensions between Beijing and Canberra. Cheng Lei,

Our Desk | What’s going on with these people?

On the same day I wrote this article, something happened during my bus trip, which expanded my horizons. I was on my way to the office when the incident happened. When

Tuesday, February 9, 2021 – edition no. 3712

— The inoculation for Covid-19 shots will be available for the general public as early as February 22 along with an insurance of up to MOP1 million * The Londoner Macao

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