Covid-19 | mRNA vaccines arrive, gov’t reopens jab registrations for seniors

The Pfizer-BioNtech mRNA vaccine produced in Germany, and distributed in cooperation with Fosun, arrived on Saturday in Macau and it will be made available to the public from this Wednesday. EU’s

Vaccinations will reassure travelers, MGTO anticipates

The city’s vaccination scheme will give people greater reassurance when travelling to Macau once the border reopens, director of the Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) Maria Helena de Senna Fernandes

André Cheong refers to PSP on non-locals’ right to protest

Secretary for Administration and Justice André Cheong has recommended that members of the public refer to the interpretation of the police authority, especially the Public Security Police Force (PSP), to

ELECTIONS 2021 | Au Kam San will not run for the AL

Lawmaker Au Kam San has decided not to run in the 2021 Legislative Assembly (AL) elections, but he will continue to focus on local community workers in other ways. “I

Tourism | Chui Sai Peng expresses hope that Beijing could classify the SAR a ‘domestic region’

Lawmaker Chui Sai Peng hopes that more policies can be put forward this year to let people know that, unlike, in his view, Taiwan and Hong Kong, Macau is a

Chinese state-owned firms investing in the EU to face challenges unseen at home: scholar

Chinese enterprises, many of which are state-owned, may face challenges when attempting to break into the European market, where participation by Chinese-owned businesses is restricted, an international law academic has

GAMING | Suncity to open VIP clubs at The Londoner, Grand Lisboa Palace

Macau’s junket Suncity Group is set to gain a firmer grasp of the market, as it plans to launch VIP gaming clubs at The Londoner Macao and Grand Lisboa Palace,

Jun Liu appointed new rector at CityU

Professor Jun Liu has been appointed rector of the City University of Macau (CityU) and will assume office today, CityU informed in a statement. The institution described the appointment as being

World Press Photo | HKBU cancels exhibition, cites Covid-19 safety concerns

The Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) has called off their hosting of the World Press Photo 2020 (WPP2020) exhibition. The exhibition was canceled on Friday afternoon, just three days before

IAS to add 200 more early intervention spots

  The Social Welfare Bureau (IAS) has stated that it will add an extra 200 places for early treatment of developmental disorders and intellectual disabilities. IAS is planning to add to

Hong Kong | Police charges 47 opposition activists under security law

Hong Kong police charged dozens of opposition activists including Joshua Wong with violating the city’s national security law, taking formal action against them less than a week before China’s highest-profile

US signals it will implement rule curbing China tech threats

The U.S. signaled it currently intends to go ahead with a Trump administration-proposed rule to secure the information-technology supply chain next month, a move that gives the Department of Commerce

This day in history | 1954 US tests hydrogen bomb in Bikini

The US has produced the biggest ever man-made explosion so far in the Pacific archipelago of Bikini, part of the Marshall Islands. It is believed the hydrogen bomb was up to

Biden hails House passage of USD1.9T virus bill, now to Senate

The House approved a USD1.9 trillion pandemic relief bill that was championed by President Joe Biden, the first step in providing another dose of aid to a weary nation as

Auckland Covid outbreak hits cricket, sailing, rugby

The fourth Twenty20 cricket international between New Zealand and Australia has been shifted and the first weekend of racing in the America’s Cup sailing match has been postponed after new

The Buzz | Rooster kills Indian man during banned cockfight

A man was killed by a rooster with a blade tied to its leg during an illegal cockfight in southern India, police said, bringing focus on a practice that continues

‘Not a good idea:’ Experts concerned about pope trip to Iraq

Infectious disease experts are expressing concern about Pope Francis’ upcoming trip to Iraq, given a sharp rise in coronavirus infections there, a fragile health care system and the unavoidable likelihood

World Views | Tailored ads are killing the informed consumer

In many ways, the tailored advertising that supports much of the internet works pretty well. It helps people with money figure out where to spend it with minimal effort and

Monday, March 1, 2021 – edition no. 3722

— Secretary André Cheong said that the public should refer to the interpretation of the PSP in regards to the non-residents’ rights to protest – sparking debate among lawmakers * World

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