Macau Hotel Association | Hotels to ‘stand together’ on gov’t’s stimulus package

The Macau Hotel Association (MHA) is set to meet tomorrow to discuss the possible promotional roll-outs it could offer in line with the upcoming e-voucher scheme implemented by the government

Gov’t to optimize criticized e-voucher scheme

  The government is slated to optimize issuance of vouchers via locally-recognised electronic payment platforms. This comes after several local groups have called for the government to improve the forthcoming e-voucher scheme,

Macau Legend anticipates up to HKD2 billion loss for 2020

Macau Legend Development Ltd is anticipating a substantial financial loss of between HKD1.9 billion to HKD2 billion in the full year of 2020, according to a statement filed last week. The expected loss

Over 36,000 receive Covid-19 jab

  A total of 75,587 people have made appointments for the Covid-19 vaccination, the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center announced. Of these, 36,459 vaccinations have been completed as of 4 p.m. yesterday. Since

Grand Prix Museum | Ticketing system to go online today

The long-overdue Macao Grand Prix Museum, now six times larger than its former venue upon the completion of the expansion project, has initiated its trial operation period. Today, the museum’s

Tourism fares well in March, still needs local boost: Fernandes

The daily visitor arrival in March is satisfactory, but the local tourism market still needs the boost offered by local residents to recover during the pandemic, stated the director of

Social housing | CCAC rules out malfeasance during Ilha Verde fire shutters replacement

The Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) said that its investigation did not find evidence that any departments or authorities had committed any illegal acts during the replacement of the fire shutters

45.6% of local enterprises pessimistic about the future export market: survey

Around 45.6% of local companies surveyed have expressed that they are pessimistic about the outlook for the export market for the coming six months, the Economic and Technological Development Bureau

Obituary | Aida de Jesus, ‘Godmother of Macanese Cuisine’

Aida de Jesus, one of the most recognizable figures of the Macanese community passed away last week at the age of 105, leaving behind a legacy and the earned title

GBA | Culture, tourism plan maps out ‘clear directions’ for city’s industry

The Macau SAR government has affirmed that the Culture and Tourism Development Plan for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area has mapped out “clear directions for the concerted development of

Exclusive license endows SMEs with business opportunities

High-quality food products have always been the main focus in the food and beverage industry, especially after the outbreak of the Covid-19 epidemic. Some local small and medium enterprises (SMEs)

‘Santa Maria’ feared dismantled

The Jetfoil Conservation Concern Group has issued a statement on Saturday expressing their sorrow over the dismantling of the Jetfoil “Santa Maria,” which was due to have started last Friday,

BioNTech vaccine uptake jumps in Hong Kong as younger residents qualify

BioNTech SE’s Covid vaccine was in high demand in Hong Kong on Friday, with 15,700 people receiving a dose on the first day all adults ages 30 and over became

Aviation | Gambler who bet millions on AirAsia wants everyone to notice

When Stanley Choi became one of AirAsia Group Bhd.’s biggest shareholders a month ago, he did so with no intention to pursue the aggressive tactics favored by activists in Europe

This day in history | 1956 King convicted for bus boycott

Civil rights leader, the Reverend Martin Luther King, has been convicted of organising an illegal boycott by black passengers of buses in the US state of Alabama. Mr King, 27, was

Fleeing coup, Myanmar police refugees in India seek asylum

Myanmar police officers who fled to India after they said they defied orders to shoot people protesting their country’s military coup are urging India’s government not to send them back

Netanyahu’s vaccine obsession hasn’t swung election in his favor

Vaccine “world champions.” Israel’s “the first” to return to normal life. Other leaders in awe of Benjamin Netanyahu’s achievements in taming the pandemic. In the weeks before tomorrow’s election, Israel’s prime

EXPLAINER | Tokyo Olympics march on without fans from abroad

Tokyo Olympics and the International Olympic Committee have banned fans from abroad with the games opening in four months. It’s part of the fallout from holding the Olympics in the

The Buzz | US, Belgium, France and Japan hold Mideast naval exercise

The U.S. Navy said yesterday it will hold a major naval exercise alongside Belgium, France and Japan in the Mideast amid tensions over Iran’s nuclear program in the region. The Group

N. Korean diplomats leaving Malaysia after ties are severed

North Korean diplomats vacated their embassy in Malaysia and prepared to leave the country yesterday, after the two nations cut diplomatic relations in a spat over the extradition of a

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