Female leaders honored International Women’s Day

In commemoration of the International Women’s Day on March 8, some female leaders at the helm of the top corporates in Macau came together yesterday, galvanizing other women worldwide with

Elections 2021 | Legislative race on September 12

The city’s parliamentary election will take place on September 12 this year, the Chief Executive announced in an Executive Order yesterday. Pursuant to the law, it is within the government head’s

Macao central library | Dutch architects win design, IC bids to keep project within budget

The proposal from the Dutch architecture firm Mecanoo is the winning proposal out of the four proposals received for the construction of the new Macao Central Library that will be

Briefs | IPIM holds business trips for MICE representatives

  The Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute (IPIM) organised around 30 representatives of the local MICE sector for a business trip to Guangzhou and Shenzhen, where they met with the

Covid-19 | TNRs allowed to book vaccines from today

Non-resident workers (TNRs) will be able to make bookings for Covid vaccinations from 9 a.m. today and receive the vaccination from tomorrow, the Health Bureau (SSM) announced yesterday. TNRs will only

Former Iec Long Firecracker Factory to open to public in 2022

The former Iec Long Firecracker Factory in Taipa will open to the public in 2022, Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) officials said yesterday on the sidelines of the press conference that

Demographics | Total population stands at over 683,000

Macau’s total population at the end of last year was 683,100, representing an increase of 300 compared to end -September 2020 and a year-on-year growth of 3,500. According to data from the

China resumes visa issuance to foreign local residents

The Office of the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China in the SAR has recently granted an F-type visa to a foreign national

UA Cinemas in HK went under amid Covid-19

The UA Cinema, a cinema chain in Hong Kong, announced yesterday that the group has ceased operations with immediate effect due to the devastating impacts brought about by the pandemic. Owing

Further group of stranded migrant workers plead for repatriation flights

A group of stranded non-resident workers are calling on their government to assist them in seeking repatriation flights, as a number of them are slated to give birth in the

Strait tension | Taiwan’s Tsai visits naval base amid Chinese threats

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen visited a naval base yesterday to thank sailors and marines for their dedication to protecting the island amid renewed threats from China, vowing not to allow

Beijing vows to expand legal ‘toolkit’ to fight US sanctions

Beijing pledged to speed up legislation aimed at countering U.S. sanctions, as it seeks to narrow Washington’s advantages in disputes after the Trump administration levied waves of penalties against China. Measures

Film | Chinese director of ‘Nomadland’ faces controversy at home

Chloe Zhao’s success — she’s the first Asian woman and the second woman ever to win a Golden Globe for best director for her film “Nomadland” — has not been

This day in history | 1967 Stalin’s daughter defects to the West

The daughter of the Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin has requested political asylum at the United States Embassy in India. The American Mutual Radio network broke the news but the American State

UK | Royals absorb shock of revealing Harry, Meghan interview

Britain and its royal family absorbed the tremors yesterday from a sensational television interview by Prince Harry and Meghan, in which the couple said they encountered racist attitudes and a

China’s carbon market to grow to $25 billion by 2030, Citi says

The size of China’s carbon market will expand more than 30-fold over the next decade as it covers more industries and polluting becomes more expensive, according to Citigroup Inc. The market’s

Yuan erases 2021 gain but remains in high levels

The Chinese yuan briefly erased its year-to-date gains versus a rebounding dollar, amid a broad rout in risk assets across Asia. The onshore yuan weakened as much as 0.5% to 6.5290

The Ritz-Carlton to present ‘Star Collaboration’ menu

The Ritz-Carlton, Macau recently welcomed the Michelin-starred chef, Aiden Huang, from The Ritz-Carlton, Guangzhou for an exclusive three-day culinary journey alongside its Chinese Executive Chef, Jackie Ho, at Lai Heen. From March 26 to

Melco holds Chinese culture exhibition tour for employees

As part of Melco Resorts & Entertainment’s “Splendors of China” learning program, 40 colleagues from the Melco management team recently toured the “Loving the Country, Loving Macau Education Base for Young People” located

Football | European clubs target global fans with Champions League plan

European soccer clubs were urged Monday to support a Champions League expansion plan and help please a new type of global fans who have different supporting habits. A UEFA-led proposal to

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