Breaking News: Top China, US diplomats to meet over intense divides

The White House and State Department said early Wednesday that Secretary of State Antony Blinken and national security adviser Jake Sullivan will see China's top foreign policy officials, State

Top UK diplomat to Beijing summoned over ‘inappropriate’ article

The UK’s envoy to China is under fire following an article she wrote on Chinese social media last week defending the role of an independent foreign press as a “watchdog,”

Briefs | Police bust drug trafficking case using computer keyboard

  Following the receipt of intelligence, the Judiciary Police (PJ) has intercepted a syndicate that used a computer keyboard as a camouflage to traffic cocaine worth MOP35,000. The suspects – traffickers

Covid-19 | Elderly suffers from acute coronary syndrome following first jab

A 67-year-old man who recently received his first dose of the mRNA vaccine (BioNTech) on March 5 suffered from acute coronary syndrome yesterday, the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center announced in a

Francis Lui decorated with French cultural honor

Francis Lui, Vice Chairman of Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG), has received the insignia of Officer of the Order of Arts and Letters from the French Government for his contribution to

Elections 2021 | News report or electoral propaganda: CAEAL clarifies distinction in media seminar

The Electoral Affairs Commission for the Legislative Assembly Election (CAEAL) hopes that this year’s elections can run smoothly and without any hassle, regarding media reports that may be considered as

Elections 2021 | Cloee Chao plans to run for AL race

Cloee Chao, the president at the helm of the New Macau Gaming Staff Rights Association, confirmed that she is planning to run for election at this year’s Legislative Assembly poll.

Employment | DSAL urged to safeguard job rights for local construction workers

  A group of lawmakers delivered a letter of petition to the Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) yesterday morning, urging the authorities to safeguard and prioritize the employment entitlements of local construction

FDCT seeks scientific innovation through local projects

The Science and Technology Development Fund (FDCT) shall make adjustments to its subsidy details to focus more on the transfer and application of subsidized projects, the fund announced yesterday in

Briefs | Gov’t appoints new DSEPDR director

  Cheong Chok Man, the advisor to the Chief Executive’s Office, has been appointed the new Policy Research and Regional Development Bureau (DSEPDR) director, according to the Offical Gazette dispatch. The

Animal Protection Law | Local alliance urges gov’t to strengthen law

The Society for Abandoned Animals (SAA) is urging the government to review and amend the current Animal Protection Law, saying it has failed to meet its initial intention to safeguard physically-abused

New commissioners sworn-in at Coloane Prison

Pang Chi Fai, Leong Kun Lim, Fan Ka Man, Lei Fu On, Chan Sio Pan, and Ko Sai Hou are the new six commissioners that have been sworn-in at the

TDM Portuguese channel heads’ terms renewed for 6 months only

The director and adjunct-director of the Portuguese channel of the public service television network, Teledifusão de Macau (TDM), were reappointed to their positions by TDM’s Executive Committee for a period

Two Sessions | CE suggests Macau deserves more mainland tourists

In an interview with Chinese state media agency China New Service, Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has cited Macau’s performance in containing Covid-19 and suggested that Macau deserves more mainland

Benefits of China’s vaccine passport to take time to surface in town: MGTO

The announcement of the roll-out of China’s international vaccine health certificate, also known as a vaccine passport, has offered a much-needed boost to the local tourism industry. However, its stimulating

ANALYSIS | Communist Party seeking China’s rejuvenation

The catchword “rejuvenation” has been tucked into the major speeches at China’s biggest political event of the year, the meeting of its 3,000-member legislature. It encapsulates the ruling Communist Party’s overriding

No information now on possible China-US ‘high level’ meeting: spokesperson

A Foreign Ministry spokesperson yesterday responded to a possible “senior-level” meeting between China and the United States, saying he has no information to provide at present. The South China Morning Post

Beijing, Moscow agree to build lunar research station

China and Russia said they will build a lunar research station, possibly on the moon’s surface, marking the start of a new era in space cooperation between the two countries. A

This day in history | 1985 Gorbachev becomes Soviet leader

There is a new man in charge at the Kremlin - Mikhail Gorbachev has taken over following the death of Konstantin Chernenko. Chernenko, 73, died yesterday after a long illness -

Covid-19 | Mexico to rely heavily on Chinese vaccines

Mexico announced a huge bet on Chinese vaccines, without making public any information about their efficacy. Foreign Relations Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said the Mexican government has signed agreements for 12 million

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