Immigration bill | Provision equalizes illicit entry and illicit overstaying

The bill on immigration control contains one article that indicates an equal weight of criminality for illicit entry and illicit overstaying. The same article, due to its link to another

Symposium on ‘one country, two systems’ | Top official signals changes to Hong Kong election rules

  China faces a “critical and urgent” task to overhaul Hong Kong’s electoral system, Beijing’s top official for the city said, in the latest sign that authorities were mulling major changes

Macau scholar implicated in academic fraud

At least two academic papers authored by a researcher affiliated with the City University of Macau and published in the journal Springer Nature, erroneously listed David Cox, a scholar serving

Covid-19 | 1,200 inoculated at ‘smooth’ vaccination rollout: Dr. Alvis Lo

Some 1,200 local residents were inoculated with their first dose of a vaccine for Covid-19 as of yesterday afternoon, while another 2,600 locals registered to schedule their vaccination, Dr. Alvis

Woman accuses gambling partners of abuse of trust, claims HKD275,000 damage

A woman from the mainland is accusing two of her gaming partners of abusing her trust and appropriating HKD275,000 that belonged to her, the Judiciary Police (PJ) spokesperson reported yesterday. The

TNR accused of arson in building fire

A non-resident worker (TNR) from the UK is being accused of deliberately lighting a fire in a building entrance in the early hours of February 19, the Judiciary Police (PJ)

Man arrested for filming and photographing colleague in toilet

A man has been detained and accused of the crime of intrusion of privacy for photographing and recording a work colleague while she was in the toilet, the Public Security

Agarwood Diffuser for cars | MUST team wins international design award

The product “smart car agarwood diffuser,” designed by Assistant Professor Zhang Mengting from the Faculty of Humanities and Arts of the Macau University of Science and Technology, won the 2020

Gaming | GGR picked up in the later half of February: JP Morgan

Macau’s gross gaming revenue (GGR) for the first 21 days of February is expected to be around MOP5.8 billion, or MOP276 million per day, the latest statement by JP Morgan,

Zheng Anting urges moving abandoned vehicles to Guangdong

Lawmaker Zheng Anting has recommended that the local government move the city’s abandoned and unclaimed vehicles to Guangdong province so that the city can be rid of community sanitation threats

Briefs | Taxi driver arrested three months after defrauding passenger

  A taxi driver who defrauded a passenger he transported from the Border Gate Plaza to the Rua de Malaca on November 22 has finally been caught by the police, the

Analysis | Rethinking the US-China fight: Does China really threaten American power abroad?

President Joe Biden is so far maintaining his predecessor’s tough China policy, which aims to curb China’s international power both economically and politically. In the U.S. and Europe, China is widely

US-China relations | Wang urges Biden to lift trade restrictions, stop interference

China’s top diplomat called yesterday for new U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration to lift restrictions on trade and people-to-people contacts while ceasing what Beijing considers unwarranted interference in the areas

This day in history | 1959 Macmillan and Khrushchev talk peace

Britain and the USSR have expressed a willingness to expand Anglo-Soviet trade and cultural ties during the first official meeting between British prime minister Harold Macmillan and Soviet premier Nikita

Myanmar | Protests swell after junta raises specter of force

Protesters gathered in Myanmar’s biggest city yesterday despite the ruling junta’s threat to use lethal force against people who join a general strike against the military’s takeover three weeks ago. More

Banking | HSBC’s top executives following the money prepare Asia moves

HSBC Holdings Plc is considering the return of some global leaders to the bank’s original hometown, reinforcing Asia’s role as its center of gravity. A cadre of senior executives is set

Football | Man City earns 18th straight win, Spurs lose again in Premier League

Exactly three months ago, Jose Mourinho’s Tottenham was outwitting Manchester City to go top of the Premier League and leave Pep Guardiola doubting the direction he was taking his slumping

The Buzz | Biovac plans to become a vaccine maker for underserved Africa

The Biovac Institute, a South African vaccine company, is formulating expansion plans aimed at helping Africa become more self-sufficient when its comes to accessing the immunizing shots. The coronavirus outbreak has

Haircuts, pubs, gyms must wait as UK lifts lockdown slowly

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is setting out a road map today for lifting one of Europe’s strictest national lockdowns — but the millions of Britons longing for a

Our Desk | Predictions for the Ox-picious new year

This new year will be running under the auspiciousness of the Metal Ox. This means that it will be certainly a lucky one (as they all are). In terms of relationships,

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