MUST hosts job fair offering 2,000 vacancies

The two-day Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) Career Day 2021 officially opened yesterday with more than 2,000 internship or job offerings in various areas, said university vice president

Education | Paper by MUST scholar recognized in Nature 2020 Research Highlights

An academic paper by a Macau University of Science and Technology (MUST) researcher has been featured by internationally acclaimed journal, Nature, as part of its 2020 research paper highlights. The 2020

56% of employees forced to take unpaid leave: survey

  Around 56.06% of the local employees interviewed claimed that they had been forced to take unpaid leave, according to the latest research published yesterday by the Macao Federation of Trade

Ho Iat Seng fully supports proposed reforms to HK electoral system

Macau’s Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng affirmed his commitment to fully support the central government’s latest proposal to enhance the Hong Kong electoral system in an interview with Chinese media

Macao Central Library | Experts highlight flexibility, inclusivity of winning project

The panel of experts that judged the four proposals submitted to the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) for the new Central Library highlighted in their final opinion some of the characteristics

Major sports events calendar reduced from 12 to 5 this year

The annual calendar of major sports events has been reduced to just five events this year, the president of the Sports Bureau (ID), Pun Weng Kun, confirmed yesterday on the

Grand Prix | Local organizers hope for F3 to return

The Macau Grand Prix Organizing Committee (MGPOC) is still hoping that is possible for the Grand Prix to return to its pre-pandemic format, where the international races had the spotlight

Lawrence Ho: eSports a way to diversify economy

Speaking in his capacity as a Macau member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, Melco Resorts & Entertainment CEO Lawrence Ho made four suggestions to develop eSports in Macau,

Mong-Há Sports Center to open doors this year

Mong-Há Sports Center, the newest sports facility in Macau, will be ready to open its doors to the public by the end of this year, the president of Sports Bureau

Elections 2021 | Candidates who don’t support Basic Law, SAR can be barred: CAEAL

The Legislative Assembly Electoral Affairs Committee (CAEAL) has reiterated that candidates who are not willing to pledge allegiance to the Basic Law and the Macau Special Administrative Region shall be

Gaming | Bernstein: GGR for first week of March stood at MOP1.8b

The gross gaming revenue for the first week of March stood at MOP1.8 billion, an increase of 19% compared to the last week of February, according to the calculations of

UNESCO to review association’s letter on ‘hill-sea-city’ landscape

UNESCO has acknowledged the New Macau Association’s (ANM) letter about the state of conservation, following the proposal to raise the height limit of buildings in Nam Van Lake Zone C,

NPC | Generals urge more spending for US conflict ‘trap’

China must boost military spending to prepare for a possible confrontation with the U.S., top generals said, in an unusual acknowledgment of the risk of a clash between the world’s

China plans new state pension firm as population ages

China plans to create a new state-owned pension firm to tackle a massive funding gap as the world’s largest population struggles to finance retirement despite decades of economic growth. The China

Aviation | Regulator investigating in-air brawl between pilot, steward

China’s aviation regulator is investigating a reported fistfight between the captain and chief steward aboard a domestic passenger flight last month. The Civil Aviation Administration of China said it took the

This day in history | 1969 Martin Luther King’s killer gets life

James Earl Ray has been jailed for 99 years by a court in Memphis, Tennessee, after admitting he carried out the murder of the American civil rights leader. His guilty plea

Analysis | Biden’s big relief package a bet gov’t can help cure America

President Joe Biden wants America to know that he’s from the government and he’s here to help. That sentiment became a well-worn punchline under Ronald Reagan and shaped the politics of

Markets | China’s $1 trillion stock rout tests limit of state intervention

A world-beating rally in Chinese stocks has turned into the biggest rout globally, shocking investors with the severity of its reversal and evading state efforts to slow the pace of

Chinese EV Makers Nio, Xpeng eye second listings in Hong Kong

Chinese electric carmakers Nio Inc. and Xpeng Inc. are considering second listings in Hong Kong, according to people familiar with the matter, as consumer demand for EVs globally continues to

Corporate bits | MGM hosts employee talent competition

MGM hosted its first “Employee Talent Competition”, attracting over 300 team members to cheer for the 15 finalists on the grand stage of MGM Theater. Aiming to build a platform for

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