Tourism | MGTO to promote city in Hangzhou to spur economic revival

The government is set to hold a roadshow in Hangzhou from March 26 to 28 in a bid to promote Macau’s tourism offerings amid its goal to spur economic revival. According

Gaming | Operators allegedly suspend customer services in mainland in wake of amended law

Some gaming operators in the city have allegedly dissolved or suspended their customer service teams in mainland China in order to avoid pitfalls from the recently amended Criminal Law in

Covid-19 | Gov’t to minimize disturbance in district-specific pandemic response

The government will try to limit the impact on residents if the Zone- and Category-specific Epidemic Control and Prevention Scheme needs to kick in, Ao Ieong U, Secretary for Social

Briefs | SSM: 4 Covid-19 antibody positive returnees in ‘good health condition’

  Four returnees, who flew from Europe via Taipei and tested positive for the Covid-19 antibody test upon arrival on March 14, have not displayed any symptoms. Three such cases were

Booking for HK’s vaccination scheme surges after eligibility criteria loosened

The number of people registering for Hong Kong’s Covid-19 vaccination scheme surged eightfold after the government lowered the eligibility bar on March 16. On March 16, the online bookings for the

GBA | New round of foreign investment amid new five-year plan

The Fortune 500 company P&G has planned to launch an intelligent technology innovation center this year in Guangzhou, capital of south China’s Guangdong Province, another move of expanding the investment

SSM cancelation of Chinese medicine practitioner’s license was illegal: TSI

The Court of Second Instance (TSI) has ruled that the move by the Health Bureau (SSM) to cancel the license of a Chinese medicine practitioner in 2019 was illegal, according

DSF rejects Anima’s request to visit Canidrome

Anima Macau’s request to visit the Canidrome was rejected by the Financial Services Bureau (DSF) due to public safety reasons. The animal rights group had requested permission from DSF, who oversees

Association calls for e-voucher scheme improvement

There is room for improvement in the forthcoming e-voucher scheme, part of the third round of stimulus package, a local alliance representative opined during yesterday’s TDM radio program Macau Forum. The

Cash handout distribution to begin April 12

The annual Wealth Partaking Scheme will begin to roll out as early as April 12 to each Macau resident. As announced on Monday, the early annual cash handout scheme will be

Covid-19 | Taiwan, Pacific ally Palau to open travel bubble next month

Taiwan and the Pacific nation of Palau will launch a travel bubble next month, allowing people to travel between the islands without a COVID-19 quarantine. Palau is one of Taiwan’s remaining

On the Road to Alaska | US sanctions 24 mainland, Hong Kong officials ahead of talks

The U.S. sanctioned an additional 24 Chinese and Hong Kong officials over Beijing’s ongoing crackdown on political freedoms in the semi-autonomous city, just ahead of the Biden administration’s first face-to-face

This day in history | 1992 South Africa votes for change

White South Africans have backed an overwhelming mandate for political reforms to end apartheid and create a power-sharing multi-racial government. In a landslide victory for change, the government swept the polls

Diplomacy | Top US officials weigh North Korea options in talks in Seoul

Fresh off a stop in Tokyo, President Joe Biden’s top diplomat and defense chief traveled to South Korea yesterday, a day after North Korea made sure it had their attention

Revenge spending | Americans prepare to spend the $1.7 trillion they’ve saved up

Shoppers are out for vengeance. A year into a pandemic that’s devastated lives, jobs and the economy, those who are lucky enough to have disposable income are ready to go out and splurge

Aux Beaux Arts reopens

Aux Beaux Arts, the French brasserie situated at the Grande Praça of MGM Macau, has returned and has brought back traditions and heritage of French cooking, the gaming operator announced

Sailing | Team NZ beats Luna Rossa 7-3 to retain the America’s Cup

Team New Zealand has retained the America’s Cup, beating Italian challenger Luna Rossa 7-3 in the 36th match for sailing’s oldest trophy. The defender came into the sixth day of racing

The Buzz | Biden questions ‘macho’ move to refuse vaccine

U.S. President Joe Biden is suggesting that some Americans who are unwilling to get vaccinated for the coronavirus are unpatriotic. Speaking to ABC News in an interview that aired yesterday ,

Atlanta shootings put spotlight on anti-Asian crimes in US

At least eight people were killed in shootings at three Asian massage parlors in the Atlanta area, sparking questions about how the U.S. can curb the discrimination and violence against

World Views | There’s not a lot of bull in China’s markets and investors are frustrated

Investing in China’s $10.7 trillion stock market is a frustrating business. Over the years, the bull phase has been getting shorter and narrower, making buy-and-hold a losing game. From trough to

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